Hollywood writer and director Ryan Murphy, feels that film industry has been too cold to female directors. Murphy moreover, in an attempt, have apologized to all female directors in Hollywood and said the industry should have provided them with more opportunities.
The American Horror Story maker feels that there is an urgent need to change the scenario. He feels that the women directors in Hollywood are more capable than their male counterparts if not equal.
"I'd like to tell the women in this room a few things I am guessing no man in your life or in Hollywood has ever said to you lately, or in combination: I am sorry. It was my fault. I could have done better. I am going to do better." Said Murphy.
"And I have no interest in sleeping with you, I just like you a lot," Murphy added.
The Glee creator said he felt ashamed on thinking over that the industry have done injustice to the female directors.
"I felt I had failed. I have always had female directors on my shows, but why here didn't I feel I had a roster of women around me who I could turn this important episode over to? Why weren't these women on speed-dial?" Stated Murphy.
"Why did I make the choice that was easier for me, but not for the material or the world in general?" He added further.