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Women in Entertainment 2018

Women in Entertainment Mentorship Class Photo: Meet The Hollywood Reporter’s New Mentees

Twenty-two high school juniors gather with seniors completing The Hollywood Reporter's program, now entering its 11th year pairing L.A. girls with top industry leaders who make the initiative possible.

Hollywood’s Most Powerful Women Share Their Secrets for Working With Difficult People

From "pretending to take a very important call" (Lena Dunham) to following a strict "no assholes" policy (Shonda Rhimes, Oprah Winfrey, Marti Noxon), entertainment's top female leaders share their tricks to working with just about anyone.

Meet the Auteur Activist Who Made 600 Campaign Videos for the Midterms

Sarah Ullman, a director and Maker Studios employee, made hundreds of free, killer campaign ads for nearly 200 candidates and helped flip 76 seats in the midterms.

Hollywood’s Most Powerful Women Pick Their Dream 2020 Presidential Ticket

From Beto O'Rourke to Kamala Harris to Oprah Winfrey, here's who the top-ranking women in entertainment would get behind for president in 2020.

I Hired a Sleep Coach to Manage Hollywood Stress (Guest Column)

To combat the "epidemic" of insufficient sleep, UCLA and Equinox designed a research-based training program, tested for The Hollywood Reporter by new mom and Endeavor content partner Deborah? McIntosh.

Who Leads in Hollywood — Introverts or Extroverts? Top Industry Women Weigh In

For the 27th annual Women in Entertainment Power 100, The Hollywood Reporter asked the industry's top female executives who's most likely to succeed in Hollywood: introverts or extroverts?

“Everybody Was Getting Laid”: Hollywood’s Queen of 1980s Nightlife (Finally) Tells All

Hollywood Nightlife Queen Helena Kallianiotes opens up about her time presiding over a club where Jack Nicholson and Anjelica Huston partied with Prince and Madona and where photos were never allowed.

Leopard is the New Neutral

Eight leopard print accessories for fierce females.

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Writer on What the Movie Has Done for Asian-American Scribes (Guest Column)

In a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter, Asian-American screenwriter Adele Lim discusses the cultural importance of the release of 'Crazy Rich Asians.'

A Young Actress’ Battle With Breast Cancer — and the Surprising Support She Found in Hollywood (Guest Column)

Just when her career seemed poised to take off, Angela Trimbur received a chilling diagnosis and discovered a community she didn't know existed in the entertainment industry.

Why a Super Producer Kept Her Cancer Battle Secret From Hollywood

When 'Hunger Games' and 'Rogue One' producer Alli Shearmur succumbed to cancer this year, colleagues were stunned. Like many in Hollywood battling the disease, she hid her illness from an industry where sickness is too often equated with weakness.

The Stigma of Chronic Illness in Hollywood: “No One Wants to Work With Someone Who Isn’t Healthy”

Padma Lakshmi and Lena Dunham open up about fears of letting down networks and crews, risking insurance and future work as experts reveal how stress management and a support system can help: "Honor your pain, then make appropriate choices."