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LATEST DIVERSITY NEWS

Pier Wilkie

TV diversity scheme reveals 2018 details

Initiative aimed at experienced professionals sends one participant to attend a showrunner programme in LA.

Film industry

'Unlawful' UK film and TV industry failing parents, claims report

Research by Raising Films paints stark picture of deregulation.

Family

Women directors on the rise in Israel

31% of feature films made in Israel in 2016 were directed by women.

Emma Stone

Emma Stone admits some male co-stars have taken a pay cut for her

Actress gives brutally honest interview about gender pay gap in Hollywood.

Halle Berry

Halle Berry says her historic Oscar win 'meant nothing'

The lack of progress with diversity in Hollywood is “troubling”, said the actress.

BFI skills training diversity

BFI launches £20m plan to tackle UK skills shortage

Industry heavyweights back 10-point initiative to boost UK crews.

NFTS

NFTS selects participants for diversity-focused directors workshop

Six selected for second edition of free scheme.

cinema seats

UK cinemas failing deaf audiences, says ICO report

Findings suggest exhibitors are not meeting demand from deaf audiences.

Doc/fest diversity panel

Create your own opportunities, say Doc/Fest diversity experts

Speakers at Sheffield panel discuss boosting inclusivity in creative industries.

BT Tower

British Urban Film Festival gets BT backing

London festival to be held at BT Tower in 2017.

American Baby

Chicken & Egg Pictures unveils Diversity Fellows

Participants receive mentorship, $5,000 grant, and DOC NYC festival retreat.

Call The Midwife

First candidates for TV directing diversity scheme announced

Directors UK and Creative Skillset programme aims to diversify directing talent in TV drama.

BBC

Men earn 10% more than women at the BBC

Gender pay gap figures revealed.

Thandie Newton

Thandie Newton: costume dramas limit roles for black actors in UK

“I don’t want to play someone who’s being racially abused.”

Number of films with female leads reaches record high in 2016

Study shows that 29% of films in 2016 had a woman as the lead character.

Bafta masks

Bafta improves diversity initiatives in response to new report

Research highlights problems with class and “unconscious bias”.

Jodie Foster

Number of women directors fell in 2016, study finds

There was a drop in the number of women working on high profile Hollywood films, despite ongoing diversity debate.

BFI: 60% of UK films in last 10 years featured no black actors Video

New BFI research reaffirms alarming diversity trends.