Female Feature Film Directors
The numbers are appalling. In 2013, only nine percent of DGA features released in theaters were directed by women. To inspire, encourage, and hopefully promote change, we interviewed some of those who succeeded in getting their films made. Here are their stories.
It took Kimberly Peirce nine years to make her second film after Boys Don't Cry. For Stop-Loss she tapped into soldiers' homemade videos for her inspiration.