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    Women Created Only 20% of TV Shows Last Season

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    Directors UK: Women Represent Only 14% of the Directors in UK TV

    The problem breaks down to the usual: We hire our friends, we hate change, we didn't know, we don't know any women directors and if we knew any they wouldn't be qualified, and also women can direct only certain types of shows.

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    MPAA Data Shows That Women Are Still The Majority of Moviegoers

    So how come there are not more movies that star women?

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    Female Protagonists Underrepresented Onscreen Five to One

    Wonder why you only see movies about men? Why the multiplex is full of superheroes? Why male role models dominate our airwaves? It's because men make up 71% of all protagonists.

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    No Meaningful Change Over Time in Female Filmmaker Participation at the Sundance Film Festival Among New Research Released Today at Sundance

    Women in Film and the Sundance Institute released the next stage of research on female filmmakers.

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    Celluloid Ceiling Report: No Progress in 16 Years for Women in Hollywood

    Dr. Martha Lauzen: "The film industry is in a state of what might be called gender inertia. There is no evidence to suggest that women's employment in key roles has improved over the last 16 years."

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    Despite the Lack of Opportunities UK Female Screenwriters and Directors Are Successful

    The BFI reports shows that while there are not enough opportunities for women screenwriters and directors, the films they are working on are disproportionately successful.

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