Gabrielle Gorman: Filmmaker, Activist

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The Poetic Filmmaking of Gabrielle Gorman Watch a film by Gabrielle Gorman and you will be struck by her powerful and poetic use of imagery, even as she explores charged subjects such as racism, police brutality, and identity. Unsurprisingly, a poem is sometimes transformed into a film for the 19-year old filmmaker. One of these […]

ACLU Statement that Federal Government is Investigating Gender Discrimination in Hollywood

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In a followup to last year’s request to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission that they investigate the systematic failure to hire women directors in feature films and TV, the ACLU has announced that the EEOC and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs are continuing their probe. The charge of the exclusion of female directors […]