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Four female filmmakers lay out a road map for working toward gender equality in Hollywood

Few industries have been spared from the “Me Too” movement’s microscopic look at the oftentimes abominable treatment of women under the power of men. Least of all Hollywood. Last month at Sundance, 37% of the festival’s 122 feature films were directed by women — a stat amplified by an abundance...
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