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DC Finally Decided on Its Harley Quinn Movie, and Cathy Yan Will Direct It
Yan would be the second woman to direct a DC movie, and the first Asian-American woman to direct a comic-book movie.
Margot Robbie Is Producing a Female-Led Shakespeare Series
Finally the Lady MacBeths of the world get their due.
Is an Underrated Entry in the Canon of Black Female Directors
Kathleen Collins’s only film,
never played outside of the festival circuit until long after she died from breast cancer in 1988.
Greta Gerwig Is a Director, Not a Muse
“A lot of people think I am from New York. Nothing could be further from the truth.”
Ryan Murphy on Hollywood’s ‘Abject Lie’ About Female Directors
“I realized I was part of the problem.”
Pamela Adlon: Directing Every Episode of
Season Two Was ‘Hardcore’
“It was like doing
The Amazing Race
Lucy Liu Will Direct the
Liu has previously directed episodes of
, as well as a short film.
What Would a Truly Feminist Blockbuster Cinema Look Like?
Whatever it is, I look forward to seeing someone like Patty Jenkins figure it out.
What It’s Like to Make Your First Movie With an All-Female Crew
“When you come to a set like this and it’s all women, all that ego goes away.”
marvel cinematic universe
Finds Its Directors, and One of Them Is Female
The duo was behind
, which earned Ryan Gosling his first Oscar nomination.
Only One Broadcast Drama Pilot Will Employ a Female Director This Year
Things aren’t improving for female TV directors.
Watch a Dreamy Clip From St. Vincent’s Horror Film
The Birthday Party
In which Melanie Lynskey drinks from a flask.
Study: Women Directors Get Fewer Opportunities
The majority of women spearheading top-grossing movies are from a narrow pipeline, and they rarely released more than one film in the nine years analyzed.
Jodie Foster Says Jonathan Demme Is Her ‘Favorite Female Director’
“I don’t think there’s some kind of big plot to keep women down.”