Sexualized assaults: Maria Schrader: Rethinking in the film industry since

The director Maria Schrader has been seeing since the</p>In it, Schrader films the revelations by New York Times journalists Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor about allegations of abuse against film producer Harvey Weinstein.

Sexualized assaults: Maria Schrader: Rethinking in the film industry since

The director Maria Schrader has been seeing since the

In it, Schrader films the revelations by New York Times journalists Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor about allegations of abuse against film producer Harvey Weinstein. Since then, women worldwide have been using the buzzword

"It actually felt like windows and doors suddenly opened and light poured into a darkened room of silence," Schrader said. Since then there has been a change in thinking that does not only affect your industry. "In my line of work, for example, there are 'Intimacy Consultants', there was always a therapist present on our set. Everyone was informed about who to turn to if there were things to discuss. Myself as the 'boss "Director, I signed a paper with rules of conduct, I was happy to sign it, but that was also the first time. So the projects and the teams will certainly be more diverse, and yes, certain hierarchical systems will be reconsidered."

"She Said" starts in German cinemas on December 8th.

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