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Rose McGowan's Seven Bold Tips for Fighting Sexism in the Film Industry

By Rose McGowan | Women and Hollywood

The following speech was originally delivered on April 21 to the Sisterhood of Traveling Producers, a small, invite-only group of young female executives and producers founded three years ago by Stacy Keppler. 739 more words


Monday Inspo: I no longer...

I am really someone that struggles with saying “no”. When people have hurt me, I will still go back and listen to them or help them. 94 more words


Christina Hendricks: 22 Hottest Photos On The Internet

Christina Hendricks is in the final stretch of her Mad Men series–and we’re down to the last three episodes starting tonight. It’s also her birthday, and we’d rather not say how old she is now. 163 more words


Female playwrights, Female parts and casting into deep waters

I’ve spent the past two days holed up at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff, holding auditions for my Unlimited Commission ‘Cosy’. Joined by stalwart companions director Phillip Zarrilli and producer Mike Salmon, our most consistent subject of conversation has been the wealth of talent parading in through the door: Women actors, female performers, actresses, whatever it is they may prefer to be called, the diverse array of skill, facility and emotional intelligence has been glittering and humbling, leaving us with the impossible next task of selecting the cast for the r&d process. 533 more words

On Writing

Charlize Theron in W May 2015

I saw these images of Charlize Theron published by W Magazine a week or two ago and was immediately drawn to them. I am mostly in love with the thoughtful way the images are arranged, lit and shot. 78 more words



A pretty and nicely dressed woman poses for her portrait from celebrity photographer, William McKenzie Morrison, at the Haymarket Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. The subject of this photograph looks very much like actress, Lily Hanbury (1874-1908). 244 more words