Women in film and TV marked milestones in 2015, but do the milestones mark lasting change?

Women in film and TV marked milestones in 2015, but do the milestones mark lasting change?

Women in film and TV marked milestones in 2015, but do those milestones mark lasting change?

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While Malala inspires at the movies, U.S. government investigates bias complaints behind the scenes

While Malala inspires at the movies, U.S. government investigates bias complaints behind the scenes

While the new documentary ‘He Named Me Malala’ inspires at the movies, the U.S. government is finally investigating bias complaints behind the scenes.

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‘Inside Out’ sets box office records and shows it’s time to embrace the emotion of acceptance

‘Inside Out’ sets box office records and shows it’s time to embrace the emotion of acceptance

The box-office success of Disney/Pixar’s “Inside Out” sparks a feeling of satisfaction – and hopefully should bring about a feeling of acceptance in Hollywood suits clinging out outdated ideas.

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One Army Reservist is making movies about women in combat, while Hollywood may be readying for a big battle

One Army Reservist is making movies about women in combat, while Hollywood may be readying for a big battle

Army Reserve Capt. Rebecca Murga is a filmmaker on a mission to tell the story of women in the U.S. military’s combat ranks. And Hollywood may be preparing to go into its own battle with the ACLU’s recent petition urg­ing Tinseltown to demand a government investigation into why female directors are underrepresented in film and television.

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Of high heels and ageist filmmakers who are real heels

Of high heels and ageist filmmakers who are real heels

While the Cannes Film Festival created a controversy over its rule that women wear high heels to some screenings, back in Hollywood, it became clear that some filmmakers are real heels of the ageist variety.

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‘Madding’ lack of women in business on screen – and women directors behind the camera

‘Madding’ lack of women in business on screen – and women directors behind the camera

Brandy McDonnell looks at the ‘Madding’ lack of women business owners on the big screen – and even more maddening statistics about the dearth of women behind the camera.

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