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CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 16, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Hollywood: Bill Lagattuta) Discrimination against female directors featured; scenes shown of "The Prince of Tides" director Barbra Streisand at the Directors Guild of America where she received a best director nomination. [Director Oliver STONE - says Streisand deserves an Oscar nomination.] [Former New York City mayor's film office Nancy LITTLEFIELD, STREISAND - comment on the Academy's snubbing of Streisand.] Number of feature films directed by women in 1990 and of Academy voting female directors noted; excerpts shown from the films "Little Man Tate", "The Doctor", and "Wayne's World". ["Rush" director Lilly ZANUCK, Directors Guild of America award winner, "The Silence of the Lambs" director Jonathan DEMME - comment on lack of equality.]

Lagattuta, Bill;
Rather, Dan

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