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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…
Laura is a Camera Assistant and Digital Camera Technician specializing in high speed cameras in movies such as Gravity and Maleficent..
Check out what some of our crew got upto last year…
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Looking for members based in the North, Midlands and Scotland!
A new diversity monitoring system for the UK’s key broadcasters – BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Sky.
The upcoming all-female reboot film of Ghostbusters seems to have a segment of the potential moviegoing audience vexed by the very idea of its gender-swapping reconceptualization…
‘Suffragette’ Director Sarah Gavron Talks Feminism, Race And Meryl Streep: BUST Interview here.
Thanks to Camerimage 5 Reel Angels got to attend for free!
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ICA, CFAC (University of Reading) and BIMI (Birkbeck) invite you to the Symposium
Six teams have been shortlisted for the British Council and Film London’s Shakespeare’s Sister scheme, supported by WFTV, where two all-female teams are offered £15,000 each and support from Film4 to produce shorts.
Films applying for money from British state backer must sign up to new policies on minorities and the socially disadvantaged
An symposium on Gender in Media organized by The Geena Davis Institute and WFTV, held at BFI.
Tania Friemuth a Reel Angel member and DOP went to find out what positive interventions are happening or going to rectify the stats? We all are too aware of.
“Myself and other [female] directors used to think we didn’t have to talk about women’s issues: that it would be enough to just make films and be an example. That doesn’t work. It hasn’t worked. Now people are making noise, and pretty soon they won’t be able to ignore it.”
Gender bias in the film industry: 75% of blockbuster crews are male