Greetings from London UK where the Rain is currently dancing on our heads. Hahaha
Katy Van is a new writer/wordsmith I much admire and she came to the Raindance Film festival this year (in secret I might ad) to research the roles (or lack of roles) of women in film director roles. Refreshingly she found that the Raindance average of female directors is double that of Sundance or Tribecca with 14% of our films directed by women. That's still an appallingly low number.
Here's a great blog post she wrote: “A big producer once said to me I would never be a director because I’m too nice”
And what do you feel about this?