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The Ongoing Importance of Amy Adams’ Portrayal of Margaret Keane

On this day in 2015, Amy Adams won the Golden Globe for her portrayal of Margaret Keane in Big Eyes. This win was two-fold: it earned Amy much-deserved recognition for brilliantly telling Margaret’s story, and it brought Margaret’s story some much-deserved recognition in itself. 

Big Eyes is a biographical drama film which tells the story of American artist Margaret Keane, renowned for her distinctive paintings of subjects with large, expressive eyes.read more.

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Lee Krasner: Kindness Thrives in the Art World

Happy Birthday to American abstract expressionist painter, Lee Krasner!
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‘Big Eyes’ World of Margaret Keane Always Authentic Then & Now

Big Eyes Margaret Keane and Amy Adams
Keane is known for her paintings which ultimately inspired the Tim Burton film, Big Eyes, starring Amy Adams in a dazzling performance.
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Revisiting ‘Big Eyes’ Reminds Us of a Groundbreaking Artist

Keane’s work has made her one of the most successful living artists in the world starting in the early 1960s.
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2016 Emmy Awards: Women Filmmakers Win Big!

FF2 Media congratulates Jill Soloway on Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series for Transparent and Susanne Bier for Outstanding Director in a Limited Series, Movie or Special for The Night Manager.

With a range of diverse nominees and winners, the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards is a sign of the times: the Television Academy is the tortoise and AMPAS (the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences) is — without a doubt — the hare.read more.

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