A Powerful Short Film About Reversed Gender Stereotypes, Made By 13 Years Old Girl
Ever since the beginning of time, things have been exactly the same. Boys wear pink, girls wear blue. Boys wear dresses, and girls can't. 13-Year-Old Ella Fields decided to create a short film, "Stereo", in which gender roles are reversed in order to show 'stereotypes are meaningless'. The film was written, directed, and edited by Fields as part of an assignment from the Cinematic Arts Academy at Millikan Middle School in Los Angeles.
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