Let’s jump into her timeline and allow her vision to shape the world.
24, 2017, that Hollywood's praise of Patty Jenkins' film "Wonder Woman" is "misguided" because the character is "an objectified icon." Director James Cameron in 2015.“I know that most people that I know, whether they’re veterans or newcomers, or they’re men or women, most people struggle to get their movies made,” she said. Making a movie is like performing a very expensive miracle; the barrier to entry is high. The pyramid of difficulty seems to escalate so high that its dangerous, pointy top threatens to disappear into the clouds. The more that we, as women, can make films that speak to everyone, we can be regarded as filmmakers.”She continued: “We have a long way to go in terms of parity—production, directors, writers, actresses, appearing in festivals and all of that.But it is, factually speaking, even higher if you happen to be a woman. But Bening knows this, and later directly spoke to the gender parity issues in the industry at large.“There is a lot of sexism, of course that exists,” she said. I think the direction we’re going is positive.”Did you hear that, Hollywood? It’d be a shame if we were to disappoint a cinematic icon, especially one whose home probably smells of lilac and warm vanilla at all times.Skagit County sheriff’s deputies bring a K-9 unit to the scene of a manhunt for Curtis Cameron on Monday afternoon.Law enforcement units were closing in around Cameron near Nookachamps Creek and Swan Road.
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