“Keira Knightley On Telling Female Stories And Welcoming The Future For Women In Film”

“‘I think there’s a real push to get more female-driven narratives. I think there’s a real push to get more women behind the camera, which is what we massively needed,” she considers of the on-the-ground changes she has seen emerge from the past 15 or so months.” Read the full “Vogue” article HERE    

“How Kristine Belson Turned Up the Heat at Sony’s Sleepy Animation Shop”

“Belson says she is satisfied with the female representation in her division’s executive ranks, which includes production head Pam Marsden and senior vice presidents of creative Jenny Marchick and Karen Toliver. However, she sees room for improvement in the gender makeup of the studio’s creative leadership, a margin she hopes to bolster by the end… Read More “How Kristine Belson Turned Up the Heat at Sony’s Sleepy Animation Shop”

“Number of Films with Women and People of Color in Leading Roles Hits Record High”

“According to a new study put forth by USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, representation for women and people of color in top grossing films is higher than ever.   “40% of the top 100 films of 2018 had female leads or co-leads, compared to only 20% in 2007; intersectionality across race and age also increased substantially… Read More “Number of Films with Women and People of Color in Leading Roles Hits Record High”