One of the greatest producers of all time is a woman, Kathleen Kennedy, and wants to see more women in film

Kathleen Kennedy is an American film producer. In 1981 she co-founded Amblin Entertainment with her husband, Frank Marshall, and Steven Spielberg 다운로드. She is known for producing the Jurassic Park films, and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Kennedy is the second-most successful film producer of all time (after Steven Spielberg) in terms of domestic box office receipts with totals at just over $5 billion 웹 페이지 통째로 다운로드.

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She is ahead of George Lucas, Brian Grazer, and Michael Bay to name a few 마이플랫폼 파일.

After her, there are 32 men until the next women appears, which is Laura Ziskin 성경과 찬송 다운로드. She is known for Pretty Woman, the Spider-Man movies, and as the first female producer of the Academy Awards.

A personal quote of Kathleen Kennedy:

Believe and set your sights on the fact that you can do it 인류멸망보고서 다운로드. It’s certainly a goal any woman can have, just like any man.

But what I always find interesting is when you take the areas of writing, producing and directing Kmsauto net download. I don’t think there’s a great deal of discrimination — although I’m completely perplexed and confused as to why there aren’t more women. For instance, if we’re looking for new, young directors, which is something we do all the time, we certainly never go look at films because they’re directed by a man or a woman 독일 웹하드 다운로드. We look at films because they are winning awards, they’re good, and it has nothing to do with gender. And women certainly have equal opportunity to get into a university like UCLA or USC, to get into the film department, to take the same courses to allow them to make films, to deal with a whole gamut of subject matter, and yet I don’t know what happens 다운로드. There’s something that happens in the process of getting there that seems to turn many women away.