ジョディ―・フォスター Jodie Foster: Insights on Female Filmmakers
You know, I always say it's interesting.I've been in the business for 50-some years,
and I've only made one movie with a female director.
When I first started making films and television
commercials, I never saw another woman's face.
Occasionally, I would see a script supervisor,
or maybe there was a makeup and hair artist.
But other than that, it was just me and a bunch of guys.
Little by little, things changed.
More technicians came into the fold.
You know, you might see one technician come in.
And then little by little, more technicians came up.
And then, you know, maybe writers or producers.
And then suddenly, there were studio heads that were women.
But interestingly, that didn't change the landscape
of women director--at least in America.
The indie world, they started creeping in.Television, they started creeping in.
But for some reason, women really had a hard time cracking mainstream movies--
I mean, mainstream distributed films.That is all changing.