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June 8, 2016
Alma Reville More Than Just Hitchcock's Wife

Throughout her career, Alma Reville was credited with over 30 screenwriting credits. Eleven of those were co-writing credits from "The Constant Nymph" in 1928 to "It’s in the Bag" in 1945. Twelve of her credits were on her own without her husband, Alfred Hitchcock. They include "A Romance of Seville" (1929), "The Outsider" (1931), and […]

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May 9, 2016
Women Filmmakers of Hollywood's Studio Age

Ever since audiences began filling the plush seats of opulent theaters to view the Talkies, women have had creative roles behind the silver screen. They may have been working in the shadows at times, and certainly, their talents were less trumpeted than those of their male counterparts. However, a female presence began taking backstage Hollywood […]

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