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The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam has dismissed Daniele Gatti, citing reports from “a number of female colleagues.”
À l’inverse du mouvement #MeToo aux États-Unis, les soupçons à l’égard du cinéaste n’ont pas entraîné de réactions particulièrement vives dans le cinéma français.
Allegations against Luc Besson have not set off a chain reaction in the French film industry, showing how #MeToo has played out differently.
The French actress dismissed an offer to join the Oscar voting pool, criticizing the organization’s “insufferable hypocrisy.”
As the harassment conversation shifts to “what’s next?”, small networks of women are helping to lay the groundwork for legal and institutional change.
The actor told senators that a producer tried to get him to drop a lawsuit against a Hollywood executive who Mr. Crews says sexually assaulted him at a party.
Once America’s favorite troubled teen, treated with scorn and sexism, our greatest export reveals she’s in a better place now. (It’s called Lohan Beach House.)
According to MTV, a third party investigator found that accusations against the show’s host Nev Schulman were without merit.