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Zoe Kazan, Carey Mulligan on Time's

Zoe Kazan, Carey Mulligan on How Far the #MeToo, Time's Up Movements Have Come

Zoe Kazan and Carey Mulligan sat down at the Variety Studio presented by AT&T at Sundance Film Festival, where they discussed what they hope to see from the #metoo and Time’s Up movements and how things have advanced since it began.

Kazan noted that the festival had put out a statement bringing attention to an available hotline for anyone who felt like they needed to report behavior, which she said she hoped heralded permanent change.

“Vicky Featherstone, who’s the artistic director [at the Royal Court Theatre in London], when this movement began last year, really led the charge in terms of theater and now there’s a code of conduct, and everyone has to read it on the first day of rehearsal,” Mulligan added. “That’s a palpable change.”

 

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