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Patty Jenkins Says Female Directors Snubbed Because Academy Is ‘Very Limited’
She points to an issue with the voting branch.
the female gaze
FilmStruck’s Alicia Malone Mourns the Service and Celebrates
The Female Gaze
The voice of the defunct streamer has a new anthology of essays by women on women-made films.
Ava DuVernay Cordially Invites All of Her Male Haters to Sue Her
“If that’s what you want to do.”
Warm Your Icy, Jaded Heart With This Video of Greta Gerwig Directing
Ahem, may we have the envelope please?
golden globes 2018
Steven Spielberg Doesn’t Think We’ll Have All-Male Best Director Oscar Noms
“I’m predicting at the Oscars this year for a woman director, if not several.”
Ava DuVernay Gives a Moving Tribute to Her Aunt and the Power of Representation
“I understood deeply at that young age that as a black girl, as a black woman, movies affected the way I saw myself.”
is it too late now to say sorry
People v. O.J.
A woman director was originally hired for “Marcia Marcia Marcia.”
Natalie Portman on Her Toughest Scene to Direct
She still nailed it.
Natalie Portman Had to Learn How to Be Assertive
Just one of many challenges she faced as a first-time filmmaker.
100 women directors
100 Women Directors Hollywood Should Be Hiring
Studio executives often protest that there simply aren’t enough talented female filmmakers to choose from. They are wrong.