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DGA Accused of Bias Against Female Directing Teams by 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Director

 
 
 
DGA Accused of Bias Against Female Directing Teams by 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Director

“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” writer-producer Audrey Wauchope has accused the Directors Guild of America of bias against female directing teams.

Wauchope leveled the assertions Friday in the wake of longtime partner Rachel Specter not receiving directing credit for co-directing Friday’s segment with Wauchope.

“My #FemaleFilmmakerFriday goes out to my co-Director on tonight’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend episode @RachelSpecter,” she tweeted. “Rachel and I are a lifelong writing/directing team but due to a decision by the DGA which completely erases her from our work, she’s not credited on tonight’s episode

Source: variety.com
 
 
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