Ramaa Mosley

commercial, music video, and film director

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In the post-Harvey Weinstein world, there’s been less talk about misogyny in the advertising industry than in the worlds of film and television.

Women commercial directors fight 'Mad Men' culture

In the post-Harvey Weinstein world, there’s been less talk about misogyny in the advertising industry than in the worlds of film and television.

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