WEEKLY ROUNDUP: DRAMA’S QUEENS, LIFETIME’S NEW THEME.
Photo courtesy The Hollywood Reporter This dramatic actress roundtable is one of the most poignant. In case you missed it, here’s a preview of the 2015 Tony Awards performances. Women In Film is accepting applications for their 2015 Film Finishing Fund. Invaluable writing tips to help you become the “Script God” your stories need. Critics agree, Sarah...READ MORE
Weekly Roundup: Being Maleficent & New Comedy ‘Obvious Child’
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Truth Be Told: Women In Film at Sundance 2014
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Weekly Film & TV News Roundup
Photo via YouTube. The Women In Film panel at Sundance called out Hollywood’s sexism. Sold! Lynn Shelton’s film Laggies did well in Park City. Another promising new production company to be based in NYC. Cate Blanchett reveals a red carpet disparity. Got lights? Got camera? Here’s how to tape your own audition. Editorial Director Kierna Mayo brings...READ MORE