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Empowerment and change in Hollywood main themes at star-studded Women In Film party

2018 Best Actress nominee Margot Robbie, Best Director and Writing-Original screenplay nominee Greta Gerwig, and Best Supporting Actress and Best Original Song nominee Mary J Blige were among the big names at the star-studded soiree.

Oscar-winner Viola Davis was also in attendance. Davis was critical of this year’s #MeToo focus at the Oscars, saying it should not be a ‘movement’, but something that’s ongoing.

“I hope that once award season is over, that people don’t treat it just as a hashtag. But a way of life.”

Sexual misconduct allegations have dominated Hollywood’s awards season and forced dozens of actors, filmmakers and agents to step down, be fired or dropped from creative projects.

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