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This is a relatively long article that goes into greater depth than appears to be necessary or proper in an encyclopedic context. Sections tend to take on the feel of advertising/publicity speech at times. I do not have a deep knowledge in this particular sub-field and do not want to minimize work on a topic as important as women in cinema, which in my opinion gets too little consideration in the world at large. Still, a review by someone with more knowledge in the field would be helpful to determine whether this article should be substantially trimmed or deleted. Magic1million (talk) 00:54, 31 October 2016 (UTC) EDIT: I made some changes to start with, but more may be needed (or perhaps nomination for deletion). As it stood, the article read too much like a resume, and hopefully it has a more encylopedic feel now.Magic1million (talk) 01:34, 31 October 2016 (UTC)
As I have now returned to this article a number of times, I am beginning to wonder if notability has been established. Many of the works cited tend to be apparently self-published, and the subject of the article's involvement with Jane Addams day appears to be overstated. At the same time, the under-representation of women in film and journalism is a genuine problem, and I would not want to nominate this article for deletion on my own without the input of someone with more expertise on these matters. Ultimately, though, it seems to me the article subject is doing good work but, even still, notability is not established.Magic1million (talk) 21:49, 13 December 2016 (UTC)