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Terry’s Picks: Thumbs Down, Marvel-ous Director, Photo Exhibit

Thumbs Down: The latest study from Dr. Martha Lauzen from the Center for the Study of Women in Film & Television at San Diego State University shows that male reviewers dramatically outumber female reviewers, which can in turn affect how female-driven content’s visibility. 

Marvel-ous Director: Cate Shortland will be the first woman to direct a Marvel superhero movie solo when she takes on the upcoming Black Widow film. (Anna Boden is co-directing next year’s Captain Marvel with Ryan Fleck.)

Photo Exhibit: I’m looking forward to toasting the end of NYWIFT’s 40th anniversary year tonight at the summer edition of our NYWIFT Night Out, which will feature the “Women Calling the Shots” Photography Showcase, an exhibit of photos of and by our members, celebrating their diverse roles throughout the entertainment industry. A big thanks to our friends at Adorama for sponsoring the event and to WhiteBox NYC for hosting.

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