Women In Film

More women and people of color are directing top movies, but the numbers have been flat for women of color, according to the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative.
"I want to say, I have tried, and I will keep trying," Portman said of McGowan’s claims that her support of female directors is disingenuous.
Portman’s cape, which was embroidered with the names of snubbed female directors, inspired McGowan to write a lengthy post “out of disgust.”
The “Little Women” director shared why she is moving on from women being shut out from this year’s Best Director nominations.
No female film directors. No network television. Plenty of Reese Witherspoon-fronted projects.
Greta Gerwig and Lorene Scafaria were poised to receive nominations for "Little Women" and "Hustlers."
Women in global box office hits are more likely to be portrayed as sexual objects, according to an analysis from the group founded by actor Geena Davis.
For 20 years, statistics on women working in big roles on hit movies virtually haven't changed, according to another dismal study.
Findings from the Women's Media Center and BBC America are yet another reminder that representation matters.
Amy Poehler is making her directorial debut with ‘Wine Country,’ a new Netflix comedy film starring many of her former ‘SNL’ castmates like Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch and Ana Gasteyer.