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WEEKLY ROUNDUP: SARAH GETS SERIOUS & WOMEN DIRECTORS GET TWEETS
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Photograph by Robyn Von Swank

Bedwetting led Sarah Silverman to her confidence in performing and her darkest role yet, in I Smile Back.

“Novels can be art; screenplays are mainly craft” Brokeback Mountain screenwriter Diana Ossana gives excellent writing insights.

The League of Professional Theater Women (LPTW) released their very interesting 2015 statistics. #WomenCount!

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is a hit, a conversation starter and “must see” programming.

Vulture asked, Hollywood answered. This Twitter list of female director’s is EVERYTHING!

KELLY GLOVER

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