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Study: Just 7 percent of top films in 2016 directed by women

Seattle Times Thursday, 12 January 2017 ()
NEW YORK (AP) — A new study finds that just 7 percent of the 250 highest-grossing films of 2016 were directed by women. The Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film at San Diego State University on Thursday issued its report, titled “The Celluloid Ceiling.” The rate of female directors was down […]
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News video: Numbers for Women Working in Film in 2016 Mirror 1998

Numbers for Women Working in Film in 2016 Mirror 1998 01:02

A recent study looked at hundreds of top-grossing movies and found women made up 17 percent of those working on films behind the scenes.

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