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Hollywood Sexist? Female Directors Still Missing In Action

January Weekend Box Office In 2011, 5 percent of the top-grossing 250 films were directed by women; in visite site 2012, it was 9 percent, according go here to a study by San Diego State U.s Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film. But those numbers, as bad as they are, get worse when you consider big-budget releases. Variety found that in 2013, only two of the top-grossing 100 movies of the year were directed by women. Here are the 10 most successful titles. 1. Frozen Directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee $263.1 million Actual rank: 6 It only took 76 years after Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs for Disney to hire a woman director for one of its animated princess stories, which naturally skew toward female audiences. What were always told in the industry is the audience you want is men, 18 to 25, Lee told Variety in the fall.
Full story: http://variety.com/2014/biz/news/the-top-10-grossing-films-of-2013-directed-by-women-is-a-sad-sad-list-1201021712/

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