2019 was a huge year for female filmmakers, but the movie business continues to be dominated by male moviemakers, according to the latest Celluloid Ceiling report.
In its 22nd year, Martha Lauzen’s annual San Diego State University study found that women comprised 20% of all directors, writers, producers, executive producers, editors, and cinematographers working on the top 100 domestic grossing films released last year. That was up from 16% in 2018.
Women accounted for 21% of those jobs on the top 250 films last year, up slightly from 20% in 2018. The numbers held steady at 23% of these roles on the top 500 films. Continue reading on THE WEEK IN WOMEN.