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RA Network is launched with the support from the BFI Diversity Fund (which awards funds from The National Lottery)…
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Is the nonfiction world really less sexist than Hollywood?
In Cannes, the actor and director of Money Monster addressed the lack of female directors in mainstream Hollywood, saying ‘studio executives are scared’
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”Sweden has acted successfully to remedy this by ensuring that public money in the industry is divided fairly. Canada and Australia are following suit. It’s time for the UK to act. What are we waiting for?”
Highlights from feature films include It’s a Boy Girl Thing, Fifty Dead Men Walking and Byzantium.
Backing women shunned by the big studios just makes good business sense, says the director of BBC1’s The Night Manager..
YouTube, touting itself as a platform that empowers women across the globe, has launched a new initiative to fund and promote content from female creators.
While the film industry still struggles with gender inequality today, the history of early and silent cinema is filled with female producers, directors and writers..
National Film Board of Canada Commits 50% of Production Budget to Films by Women
WE are thrilled to hear about female cinematographers are banding together in the USA to form a new, supportive group called CINEMATOGRAPHERS XX
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We Do It Together aims to improve opportunities for women within the film industry following criticism of studios on the issue of gender discrimination.
The results, of course, speak for themselves in terms of the leaps and bounds by which female participation has risen at the upper echelons of the film industry. Check them out…