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Before he left 25-year-old Entertainment Weekly to take over the editorial reins at 41-year-old People--with oversight of EW--Jess Cagle was already expanding EW's "brand extensions."
He started with a digital tablet edition (via Google Play and Apple Newstand apps) and leapt at the chance to partner with The Sundance Channel on weekly series "The Writer's Room." He saw this as a co-branding and cross-pollinating opportunity for EW and its website.
Like optimistic Jane Austen, brooding Thomas Hardy wrote about 19th century England's big three - romance, finance and real estate. "Far From the Madding Crowd," Hardy's story of unrequited longing, asks: What brings happiness to marriage beyond capricious luck? Can life in the landed gentry promise contentment? How can captivating, ambitious Bathsheba Everdene find gladness?
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Lynn Hershman Leeson, Lynne Sachs and Nina Menkes are American independent, experimental filmmakers who have been making movies for three decades. Their films have been showcased at international festivals, and they've won numerous awards. …