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Jennifer Y. Lee

Executive Director, Org. Change Management

Warner Bros.

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3300 Warner Blvd.

Burbank, California,91505

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Warner Bros. Entertainment is a global leader in all forms of entertainment and their related businesses across all current and emerging media and platforms. A Time Warner Company, the Studio stands at the forefront of every aspect of the entertainment industr... more.

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JENNIFER LEE, filmmaker, speaker and writer.
Director of documentary, Feminist: Stories from Women's Liberation, Jennifer uses her art of filmmaking to express her passion for women in film, the history of women, and importance of women in politics. Upon graduating from Hampshire College, she began her career in the film industry at Lucasfilm's Industrial Light and Magic in their optical department as a compositor in 1989 and in several Hollywood studios including, Warner Bros. Studios, Sony Imageworks, and Technicolor where she worked as a visual effects producer, compositor, editor, digital intermediate conforming editor and produced miniature effects. Some of her many credits include: FORREST GUMP, GHOST, BACK TO THE FUTURE 2, THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER, HOOK, FORREST GUMP, KILL BILL Vol. 1+2, FINAL DESTINATION, HERBIE FULLY LOADED, BEOWULF, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, and ENCHANTED. She began to move in a more independent direction with film and made I created and directed a film festival in Winslow's historic theater from 2002 through 2004. Currently she is traveling throughout the United States screening her recent documentary, FEMINIST: STORIES FROM WOMEN'S LIBERATION. Following the panel we will be screening the trailer for her upcoming film.


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GMMP Ambassador: feminist filmmaker Jennifer Lee | (0) Comments
GMMP Ambassador: feminist filmmaker Jennifer Lee Español | Français | Donate | Join | Contact | Log In My Account (logout) GMMP Ambassador: feminist filmmaker Jennifer Lee California-based filmmaker Jennifer Lee -- one of the inaugural group of "ambassadors" for the WACC-coordinated Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) 2015 - became interested in gender representation in the media several years ago as she saw more women running for high political office. "I saw sexism toward female candidates running for president in the United States. I heard people talking about sexism in politics and thought about how media present information," she said in an interview. As she began to research the issue, she discovered that "reports out of 'Who Makes the News?' [the GMMP's report title] had the most detailed information globally and it opened my eyes." Lee, who grew up in New York and Atlanta, was influenced by her mother, who was a social worker and politically active. The 1960s and 70s, she says in a biographical profile on a website dedicated to her latest film, were turbulent times. "I was experiencing the women's movement, but as I was a child, I would also inherit the women's movement," she said. At Hampshire College in Amherst, Mass., she majored in film and women's studies. She subsequently worked in the optical department at Lucasfilm's Industrial Light and Magic on such feature films as "Forrest Gump," "The Hunt for Red October" and Back to the Future 2." However, she said, "I started to see Hollywood feature films as leaning more towards male main characters by the late 1990s. I began to move in a more independent direction with film." While working at San Francisco-based ILM, she made her first documentary film, "Mary Jane Colter: The Desert View," about a little-known Southwestern architect whose work was ground-breaking. It was in official selection at many film festivals including the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in 1998. Moving to Los Angeles, Lee worked in the technical departments of several major studios, including Warner Bros., Sony and Technicolor. Lee's most recent film "Feminist: Stories from Women's Liberation," explores the significance of the second wave of the women's liberation movement. Speaking about the GMMP's work, which has consistently shown that women are underrepresented in the media compared to their proportion (50%) of the general population, Lee said that one issue is "who does a journalist call as an expert? The appointment of Janet Yellen as the first chair of the Federal Reserve, the U.S. central bank, will "help give a female face to finance," Lee said. "If girls only see celebrities who show off their sexuality, they will see that is where their image of power comes from," said Lee. Monitoring media around the world means "you are getting a reaction from a person not in the media bubble and getting a perspective we don't normally get," Lee noted.


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Directors: Jennifer Lee, Sue Vicory, Grey Wolf, & Silvia Luz


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The other GMMP ambassadors are: Dr. Musimbi Kanyoro, President, Global Fund for Women; Sharon Bhagwan Rolls, Executive Director, Femlink Pacific, Fiji & Civil Society Advisor at U.N. Women and Jennifer Lee, feminist filmmaker.
GMMP Ambassador: feminist filmmaker Jennifer Lee California-based filmmaker Jennifer Lee -- one of the inaugural...


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