Female Film Makers Matter

June 5, 2013 at 4:09 pm Leave a comment

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Amy Pascal is Co-Chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment and Chairman of SonyPictures Entertainment Motion Picture Group. In a recent interview with Forbes Magazine she said,

“The most important thing in the job that we do here is to make movies about women where they are characters that have consequences in the story. They can be villains, they can be protagonists, I don’t care. But their movements, their actions, what they do in the plot has to actually matter. And that’s the most important thing, because young girls coming up are going to see that they matter that your not an appendage to someone else—that you’re not married to the person, not their sister or friend or girlfriend, you actually are the plot.”

To my writers, director’s and producers — tap into your creativity people…we’ve got some role models to create!

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