Women vs Hollywood: A chatty but cutting examination of females on film

Movie journalist Helen O’Hara pulls no punches in her analysis of women in front of, and behind, the camera in Tinseltown

27th March, 2021
Women vs Hollywood: A chatty but cutting examination of females on film
Chloé Zhao and Frances McDormand in Nomadland: the first film directed by a woman to win Best Picture at the Golden Globes. Picture: Joshua James Richards


Women vs Hollywood: The Fall and Rise of Women in Film

By Helen O’Hara

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