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Lena Dunham Wonderfully Sums Up The Bittersweet End Of 'Girls'

Although the sixth and final season of Girls won’t end until sometime next year, for the cast and crew it ended last night. Lena Dunham, who created the show when she was 23, got hyper-emotional as it wrapped its final shots, letting her feels flood out on Instagram in a series of posts, some featuring old cast shots of the four leads and others featuring Dunham just straight-up crying…

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6 Things To Watch For At This Year's New York Film Festival

New York City is the cultural capital of the world, so it stands to reason that a film festival bearing its name would be the biggest and most influential of the year. But instead, that distinction goes to cities like Cannes, Toronto, and Park City, Utah, unlikely centers of the movie world thanks to their powerhouse festivals…



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Kristen Stewart Sees Ghosts In The 'Personal Shopper' Trailer

When director Olivier Assayas recently called Kristen Stewart the "best actress of her generation," the grandiose statement made perfect sense to anyone who's seen either of their collaborations. Stewart is a major movie star, which means she has a team of assistants and handlers to help with the tedious stuff that us civilians have to do ourselves…

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Nate Parker Refuses To Apologize For Rape Charges In His '60 Minutes' Interview

Despite all of the controversy that is surrounding Nate Parker right now, the actor and director won't let it interfere with the release of The Birth of a Nation. Throughout all of the press circuits, he has tried to veer the narrative regarding the 1999 rape case he and his co-writer, Jean Celestin, were involved in when they studied undergrad at Pennsylvania State University in a different direction…





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Iconic Feminist Bookstore Calls Out 'Portlandia' For Being Anti-Trans Women

Portland, Oregon, bookstore In Other Words is locally renowned for being a haven for politically progressive thought and free expression, a cultural locus for discourse on topics like feminism, gender issues, and racial equality. Nationally, the bookstore has gained recognition for its prominent placement in Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein's TV series Portlandia, in which the bookstore is featured as a fictional workplace (called "Women and Women First") for two of the many characters whom Armisen and Brownstein portray…





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How To Seduce A Libra

Libra sits on the balance of the autumn equinox—the time when light and dark are equalized—and as the seventh sign of the zodiac, Libra season falls at exactly the halfway point in the astrological year. Cast literal sex goddess Venus into the mix as the Scales’ indulgent, harmony-focused ruling planet, and it’s clear why Libra is known as the most relationship-oriented sign of the 12…



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CLAY Will Blow You Away With Her Soulful Voice

You might recognize CLAY from a few major advertisement campaigns, but this San Francisco transplant is more than a pretty face—she's an artist aiming to blend the barriers of fashion, music, and love. As a former student of Berklee College of Music, the singer-songwriter is bringing her A game to the table…