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Fox and the AFI Create an Opportunity for Women to Direct Franchise Films

Why are there so few women directors in Hollywood? It is a question that arises and disappears every few years without many answers or solutions. In 2015, women directed 9 percent of the 250 top grossing films, and that number goes down to 2 percent if we narrow it [...]
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