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Terry’s Picks: Nina Jacobson, Ryan Murphy, Reel Film

Nina Jacobson: The New York Times ran a great profile on producer Nina Jacobson, who talks about her career-long battle with Hollywood’s “old boys’ network.”

Ryan Murphy: Kudos to Ryan Murphy, whose TV directors are now more than 50% female.

Reel Film: Kodak has introduced a website and app called Reel Film, which helps users find movies screening on celluloid nearby.

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