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Up until 1925, around 50% of Hollywood releases were written by women.
Female stars could expect top billing, had control over who directed and wrote for them, and were paid as much — and often more — than their male counterparts.
The first star to sign a million dollar contract was a woman.
The first studio head was a woman.
The highest paid screenwriter between 1915 and 1935 was a woman.
In the teens, Universal was famous for its army of female directors.
This project is dedicated to uncovering and celebrating these forgotten female pioneers of the cinema!
If a Flapper had Instagram in 1919…
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