Women in film and TV marked milestones in 2015, but do the milestones mark lasting change?

Women in film and TV marked milestones in 2015, but do the milestones mark lasting change?

Women in film and TV marked milestones in 2015, but do those milestones mark lasting change?

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It’s so hard to say goodbye to a cinematic hero like Katniss Everdeen of ‘The Hunger Games’

It’s so hard to say goodbye to a cinematic hero like Katniss Everdeen of ‘The Hunger Games’

“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2” boasts a bittersweet ending because its faithfully adapts the finale of Suzanne Collins’ best-selling book trilogy. But for female filmgoers, it’s especially hard to say goodbye to a successful female-centered film franchise because in present-day Hollywood who knows when we’ll get another another hero like Katniss Everdeen.

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Hollywood cuts out female directors while planning ‘pink razor’ remakes

Hollywood cuts out female directors while planning ‘pink razor’ remakes

While Hollywood is busy planning “pink razor,” all-female remakes, the studios are all-too-often cutting out women directors who have already earned critical acclaim or box-office success.

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While Malala inspires at the movies, U.S. government investigates bias complaints behind the scenes

While Malala inspires at the movies, U.S. government investigates bias complaints behind the scenes

While the new documentary ‘He Named Me Malala’ inspires at the movies, the U.S. government is finally investigating bias complaints behind the scenes.

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