Still Alice Star Julianne Moore’s View On Women Representation On Screen: “Very exciting”

The Still Alice actress also praised the fact that aspiring actors are increasingly creating their own content.

According to Hollywood star Julianne Moore, it’s “exciting” to see that women of all ages are being portrayed on screen these days. Speaking about the most recent pieces that have more women of various ages in them, she also mentioned the rise in the number of female directors and camera operators.

Speaking at Cannes 2024’s Women in Motion program, the Still Alice actress discussed the “dramatic change” in women’s visibility throughout time. Having begun her career in the 1990s, she now considers the shift in the current generation of actresses to be “extremely exciting.”

“Meryl (Streep)said this too the other day, this idea that when she was 40, she thought it was all going to be over. I think we’re now seeing women represented through all stages of their lives, which is very exciting.”

“Whereas before there were none. But we’re still really far from gender parity,” the 63 year old actress told Variety.

Julianne also praised the fact that aspiring actors are increasingly creating their own content.. “I think that expectations have changed about what’s possible for women to achieve. Certainly, when I was Sydney’s ( Sweeney) age, that’s not something I ever considered”, she added.

Moore made her TV debut with The Edge of Night in 1984. She has worked in several hit projects, including Non-Stop, Chloe, The End of the Affair and Gloria Bell. Her portrayal in Still Alice earned her an Oscar in the best actress category.

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