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What Does Science Tells Us About Love? Viola Davis Brings ‘Paradise’ to L.A.

Press Release Viola Davis and Julius Tennon’s JuVee Productions and American Oasis present a moving, funny and thought-provoking drama about science, culture, religion and more. Vicangelo Bulluck directs the West Coast premiere of Paradise by Laura Maria Censabella, running Jan.... Continue Reading →

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‘Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow’ Film Calls Time’s Up on Mistreatment of Women in the Arts

Even before Time’s Up became the call to arms for women around the world facing abuse, harassment and discrimination, two Australian filmmakers had joined forces in response to their personal experiences in the theater, film and television industries. Tomorrow, and... Continue Reading →

Rose McGowan To Release Revealing Memoir #BeBrave

Press Release HarperOne is thrilled to present BRAVE by Rose McGowan, on sale January 30, 2018. It is unscripted, courageous, victorious, angry, smart, fierce, unapologetic, controversial, and real as f*ck. “Hello fellow human, pleased to meet you. My name is... Continue Reading →

Rose McGowan To Speak at Women’s March Womens Convention

Activist, artist and founder of #ROSEARMY An Army of Truth, Rose McGowan will bring her special brand of fire to help kick off the Women's Convention. Rose will be a featured speaker at the Women's Convention, which will take place in... Continue Reading →

#HFF13: The Other F Word at The Hollywood Fringe – Unexpected Rebelliousness And We Love Ourselves For It!

SHUT YOUR MOUTH! by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move . No it's not what you're thinking...it's better, quirkier, more potent, more powerful and totally, obscenely funnier. Feminism takes on a new, new tone in this genuinely tantalizing and hysterical... Continue Reading →

The ‘Other F Word’ To Donate 100% of Hollywood Fringe Festival Proceeds to Stop Violence Against Women

Crooked Heart Theater will donate 100% of proceeds from the Hollywood Fringe Festival run of The Other F Work to Eve Ensler's V-Day, to help stop violence against women and girls. "Eve Ensler has been a huge inspiration for me... Continue Reading →

Breaking Ground in 2013: Women Bust The Myths Of Old Taboos

Last month, Adweek staff writer,  Noreen O'Leary, wrote about a new set of public ads (actually published in December of 2012) that were so uproarious, they not only made TV Networks  uneasy, but had such an impact, that New York City... Continue Reading →

Welcome to the Sexual Counterrevolution: Nancy Cohen’s ‘Delirium’

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Hailstorms and Tornados Why, when the United States is mired in its worst economic downturn since the Great Depression, would birth control, abortion, and the rights of gays and women top the agenda... Continue Reading →

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