Tag Archive 'female-filmmaker'


Why Reese Witherspoon’s Glamour speech should inspire us all

by Madi Mitts, Editorial Staff Writer Reese Witherspoon’s Glamour 2015 Women of the Year Awards speech has once again taken the internet by storm.  Its resurfacing is symbolic of the growing desire to properly represent women in film.  The multiple tenets that Reese presents are vital in continuing the progress of women in this competitive […]


Fusion’s Woman of the Year, Reed Morano, Talks the Industry’s Gender Issue, Shooting While Pregnant, Her Proudest Works, and More

By Amanda Saiewitz and Ben Eisen, PR and Editorial Heads In many ways, 2014 was a great year for female filmmakers. Audiences adored Gillian Robespierre’s hilarious and progressive Obvious Child, Jennifer Kent’s terrifyingly visceral The Babadook, and Ava Duvernay’s authentic and complex Selma. Beyond these few names, however, women were again hugely underrepresented in the industry. According to […]