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WEEKLY ROUNDUP: SALLY’S  HONORED, A SHOCKING OSCAR TRUTH & SHOULD YOU REROUTE YOUR CAREER MAP?
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Photo via Gilbert Carrasquillo/Filmmagic

The National Medals of Arts honors Sally Field and four other notable women.

We’ve always loved Kim Dickens–we just didn’t know her name until now.

“Is that true?” Lina Wertmuller, Oscar’s 1st female nominated for directing can’t believe only three women have been nominated since.

Be sure your career map is leading you in the right direction.

#DirectLikeAGirl. Did you know these movies were directed by women?

Rebekah Brooks is back. She’s more resilient than the UK tabloids she represents.

KELLY GLOVER

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