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“In the last 10 years, some of the top-grossing studio films that have been made, women represent only 4% of the directors in that space,”
Thompson told NPR, in regards to the
4% Challenge” from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative and Times Up, of which she was an early and vocal supporter. “There’s a misconception for some people in Hollywood that that’s the pool of talent.” Thompson took the challenge and vowed to work with a woman director in the next 18 months, and already completed it — her film
Little Woods was directed by a first-time woman director, Nia DaCosta.