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WATCH LIVE NOW: to address 's graduating class of 2019.
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Melissa Silverstein 3h
Here are some quite legit suggestions from & shared
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Kering 48m
We had the pleasure to welcome Dr. Stacy L.Smith, Jacqueline Coley, Anita Gou, Michael Barker, Kirstin Benson, and Claudia Eller for a round table on “the representation of women in cinema and their reflection in the media”. Watch now the highlihts !
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Thank you for a great conversation about press & the state of inclusion in film. ‘When Money Moves In, Women Are Pushed Out,’ Says USC’s Stacy Smith in Cannes – Variety
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Melissa Silverstein 7h
Excited to moderate panel to discuss gender parity pledge at festivals this afternoon 3:30-4:30 at Media Stand with Orwa Nytabia of Mariette Rissenbeek London Film Festival
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Aisha Tyler 23h
Less than a week after women athletes spoke out, announced that their contracts will explicitly address pregnancy—an important step. Help thank , and the other powerful athletes who made this change possible:
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Fast Company 23h
LeBron James’ long-time business partner gave both future “content creators” and PR specialists a master class in being on brand
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Susan Liddy 18h
Agree with Stacey Smith bigger budgets = sidelining of women. Ok for docs and lower budget features (best case) but anything higher calls for 'safe pair of hands'.Next big thing - not a head count, a money count.
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Nancy Wang Yuen 20h
“Actors, Directors, & Producers on the Ground,” w/, Snehal Desai, & Elizabeth Frances, moderated by Kimberly Gurrero.
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Variety 21h
Doha Film Institute Steps Up Documentaries and TV Series Grants
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Kensington Palace May 17
“When you are bereaved at a very young age, you feel pain like no other pain.” — The Duke of Cambridge
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Tiffany Smith-Anoa'i May 17
Thank you Nancy, adore you! 😘🥰😘
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eugene hernandez May 18
Replying to @Inclusionists
Dr. Stacy Smith from detailing,“When money moves in, women are pushed out.” In countless studies, data reveals that leadership and masculinity are tightly connected. Femininity and leadership are seen further apart. Woman have talent but lack access.
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Variety May 18
"Diversity is being invited to the party, inclusion is being asked to dance." Rotten Tomatoes critic Jacqueline Coley on the importance of representation and why critics are the real gatekeepers
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Variety May 18
"At the end of the day it should be merit but quotas are needed." Watch our panel on equality and inclusion in the film industry
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Variety May 18
"When money moves in, women are pushed out." Dr. Stacy L. Smith talks about the disadvantages facing female directors in Hollywood
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Madame Figaro May 18
: "La masculinité et le leadership sont si imbriqués, que si quelqu'un ne rentre pas dans ce schéma, il ne sentira pas à l'aise. Les femmes, les personnes de couleurs, ne se sentiront pas sur le même pied d'égalité."
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Variety May 18
Women only directed 4% of the last decade's top films. Dr. Stacy L. Smith, who conducted the revealing study for USC, talks about her findings at our Hollywood and Gender Diversity panel
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