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The #MeToo and Time's Up movements were a "tipping point" that would change Hollywood in favor of women's equality and intolerance for sexual misconduct, Robert Redford said Thursday.Redford said that as women were pushing back against harassment and demanding equal pay they were forcing the traditional male power brokers in the film industry to make changes.Sundance is the first major film festival since scores of women came forward in October to accuse movie mogul Harvey Weinstein – an independent film specialist and a supporter of the 10-day event – of harassment and abuse. The #MeToo movement against sexual misconduct has particular resonance at Sundance as it has been spearheaded by actress Rose McGowan, who accused Weinstein of attacking her at the 1997 edition of the festival.
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