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“Talent has no gender,” Gina Prince-Bythewood, who wrote and directed the 2008 film The Secret Life of Bees, asserted Saturday at a panel titled “Women Who Call The Shots,” presented by the Los Angeles Film Festival.For the third consecutive year, the festival gathered together writers and directors to discuss their experiences in the film industry. In addition to Prince-Bythewood, the group included Nicole Holofcener, writer/ director of last year’s Enough Said, Debra Granik, writer and director of 2010’s indie feature Winter’s Bone, and Marta Kauffman, the co-creator of Friends.



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