Entertainment Bafta Responds To Critics After Revealing All-Male Best Director Nominee List

18:25  11 january  2018
18:25  11 january  2018 Source:   Huffington Post UK

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Bafta chairperson Jane Lush has answered criticism over the fact the organisation’s 2018 film awards shortlist include an all - male set of Best Director nominees . With many critics suggesting ‘Lady Bird’ director Greta Gerwig deserved a nod, Jane has now responded .

Bafta chairperson Jane Lush has answered criticism over the fact the organisation’s 2018 film awards shortlist include an all - male set of Best Director nominees . Film fans and critics raised eyebrows when the nominees were revealed earlier this week

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Bafta chairperson Jane Lush has answered criticism over the fact the organisation’s 2018 film awards shortlist include an all-male set of Best Director nominees.

Film fans and critics raised eyebrows when the nominees were revealed earlier this week, especially as they came just 48 hours after Natalie Portman’s on-stage comment about the Golden Globes shortlist also being made up entirely of men.

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