CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME? – Review by Susan Wloszczyna

The arrival of Can You Ever Forgive Me? is more than enough evidence that McCarthy is the real deal as she closes off her usual buoyant avenues of emoting for a darker, morose and complex persona – one paved in frustration and failed opportunity that is uniquely female in nature. Her usual brassy bravado is tucked away beneath a frumpy veneer of bitterness, disappointment and deeply seated resentment over anyone else’s success.

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SPOTLIGHT AUGUST 2018: Emily Mortimer, Actress, Producer, Screenwriter and Loyal Feminist Colleague

awfj spotlight black little Emily Mortimer stars in Isabel Coixet’s The Bookshop, opening August 24. The indie drama is the latest triumph in Mortimer’s extraordinary career as a feminist actress-producer-screenwriter who hasn’t let the daunting challenges of dealing with the male-dominated movie business harden her heart.

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I’LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS, EVERY SECRET THING, GOOD KILL, MAD MAX and PITCH PERFECT 2 – Reviews by Jennifer Merin

I’ll See You in My Dreams is an upbeat femme-centric dramady about 70-something woman emjoying life. Every Secret Thing is

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Winners of the 2013 AWFJ EDA Awards!

CATE BLANCHETT wins Best Actress, LUPITA NYONG’O takes Best Actress in a Supporting Role, and NICOLE HOLOFCENER scores Best Female Director for Enough Said, while SANDRA BULLOCK gets the Kick Ass Award For Best Female Action Star, and CAMERON DIAZ is named the year’s Actress Most In Need of a New Agent. Check out the entire roster!

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