By any objective measure, Greta Gerwig's adaptation of 'Little Women' has been a huge success. However, ever since its release on Christmas, it's been seemingly endlessly mired in controversy, in a way that's not in any way deserved.
The 2010s have brought to cinema an almost exponential rise in diversity, renowned directors have released acclaimed opuses, and while the Marvels and Star Wars of the industry have gobbled up studio budgets, independent creators have still been getting it done. Don't listen to the haters--cinema is alive and well.
What better way to cap off the most eventful time of the year in the entertainment capital of the world than to get a front row seat to a discussion with Martin Scorsese, Noah Baumbach, Greta Gerwig, Lulu Wang, Todd Phillips, and Fernando Meirelles.