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Amber Tamblyn stresses the importance of turning rage into action

LOS ANGELES - Amber Tamblyn remembers submitting "Paint It Black," a film she co-wrote and directed, to a well-known film festival and being told by organizers that, while they liked it, they felt the slot for an actress-turned-writer/director had already been filled at the festival that year.

"I just want you to imagine

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