From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:
Link: Women Behind Canadian TV: Tara Armstrong
“For me, as a woman, I am drawn to stories that have female characters at the heart of the story and all of my projects do. That’s personally what I’m most interested in and want to work on. For the character of Mary, I did want to write a really complex character who is ultimately compassionate, but she also makes really questionable decisions that we don’t always understand. I think it’s important to show female characters in a way that is not straightforward and we don’t always have to like them. The more representations of women, and everything that comes with being a woman, that we can put out there, the more helpful that is for us.” Continue reading.
Latest posts by Greg David (see all)
- Odd Squad and Beat Bugs win Creative Arts Daytime Emmys - April 29, 2017
- Link: Screenwriters chart a new course for TV’s ‘female gaze’ - April 28, 2017
- Link: The Other Side of Anne of Green Gables - April 28, 2017