WEEK IN WOMEN: Burnett and Tomlin lauded at 2019 Paley Honors – Brandy McDonnell reports

The Paley Center for Media, formerly known as the Museum of Television & Radio, will celebrate Carol Burnett and Lily Tomlin, and several others, at this fall’s “The Paley Honors: A Special Tribute to Television’s Comedy Legends” at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on November 21.

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SPOTLIGHT March 2019: Patricia Resnick, Screenwriter

Screenwriter Patricia Resnick is an ardent feminist. “I say to male friends and family members, if 95 percent of movies and television about men were written and directed by women, would you not think that would be a skewed view of men? That’s what we live with. I know there’s more of a fight now for female directors but it also needs to be a fight for female writers and female show runners.”

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WEEK IN WOMEN: 9 TO 5 sequel, ‘CHARLIE’S ANGELS’ reboot, RGB and OCEAN’S 8 to DCD — Brandy McDonnell

The hours may be different these days, but Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton are going back to work

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LEARNING TO DRIVE, GRANDMA, AFTER WORDS and Other August 17 Openers – Reviews by Jennifer Merin

Three must sees open this week. Learning to Drive is a metaphor for learning to live in filmmaker Isabel Coixet’s

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AWARDS INTELLIGENCER: Top Ten Road Movies, Hers vs His

Summer is when a lot of us hit the highway, so rounding up best road movies is timely fuel for fun. But how does you the road trip genre fare in terms of gender equality? Most frequently the highway has been presented as men’s terrain, with buddy buddy bonding mapped out within thriller, comedy, sci-fi, horror and other story lines. But we’ve found some fabulous women-driven road movies.Let’s compare lists…

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