Weekly Roundup: Awards, Animation & An Absence of Women Directors

//embed.gettyimages.com/embed/461167944?et=fzmEQGH0Rn1a6eQqvwNMPw&socialOnLoad=off&sig=UzXAoUBJoRWvhGfK152hUWgKWmc-MlAm3MfmEdAvIok=&caption=true Lots of great moments at the People’s Choice Awards. The January “Call for Writers” topic on btchflcks.com is…Black Families. DreamWorks Animation hires two women to take the lead! Hayley Atwell loves being Agent Carter and the “Yes, and?” world of LA. It’s 2015 and there’s still a 4% problem for female directors. Here’s helpful advice if you’re moving to LA...


Weekly Roundup: TFF 2014 Arrives & DreamWorks Adds More Color

Image courtesy of the Tribeca Film Festival. It’s Tribeca Film Festival time! Here are “5 Female Directors to Watch.” Pulitzer Prize winners were announced. Donna Tartt received top fiction honor for The Goldfinch, playwright Annie Baker won for The Flick. DreamWorks’ next movie will have an African-American, female lead. The number of women writers in television has...