“Bafta’s failure to nominate any female directors is an outrage”

We try hard to be supportive and optimistic about the state of female filmmakers and storytellers. But, occasionally we need to point out that we still have a long way to go.

“The time for excuses has ended. The work is there, but it’s down both to studios to financially back films directed by women in a way that can put them at the forefront of the awards conversation, and to awards bodies to take a step back and examine where their own internal biases may be preventing women from getting their due recognition. It’s a vicious cycle, but someone needs to break it.”

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