Gender inequality in film is not restricted to the U.S. In Europe, the pay gap between men and women in film is evident across key territories, though some countries tackle the issue better than…
Geena Davis Institute On Gender In Media
Geena Davis called for gender parity in the entertainment industry in an impassioned speech at the London Film Festival Thursday morning. Speaking at the third Global Symposium on Gender in Media…
The BFI London Film Festival opens Oct. 7 with "Suffragette," the story of the Brit women who fought for equal rights to vote a century ago. It is clear, though, that when it comes to gender equality…
Over the course of this year, an increasing number of actresses have spoken out about their unequal employer, showbiz. Geena Davis is the latest star to air her grievances about Hollywood sexism…
Bentonville, Arkanasas, a sleepy, tree-lined city that exudes a Norman Rockwell-esque vibe but whose citizenry is primarily made up of Walmart employees, morphed into a professional powerhouse of…
Geena Davis is teaming with ARC Entertainment to launch the Bentonville Film Festival with the aim of highlighting diversity in film. The festival, set for May 5-9 in the Arkansas city, is touting…
What do Congress, Fortune 500 boards and the Animation Guild have in common? Women account for about 17% of their members, and according to Geena Davis' keynote address at the annual Conference of…
CinemaCon: B.O. Needs More Femme-Oriented Titles Like 'Bridesmaids'
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Davis makes sure that G-rated in H'wood also means girl-centric
Smith-Anoa'i is still working in a relatively new field; her position didn't exist five years ago at CBS until she pitched it to her bosses.
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