Time’s up, Oscar. 

In 92 years, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has nominated five — yep, you can count ‘em on one hand — women for Best Director. They are: Lina Wertmuller for 1976’s “Seven Beauties” (a movie so anti-woman it may as well have been made by a judge at the Salem witch trials); Jane Campion for “The Piano” in 1993; Sofia Coppola, 2003, “Lost in Translation;” Greta Gerwig for her 2017 debut, “Ladybird;” and the only winner, Kathryn Bigelow…


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