Juliet Stevenson receives Lifetime Achievement Award.
The lessons from #OscarsSoWhite in 2016 seem to have been learned.
80 signatories signed a letter which was delivered to Downing Street today.
Working Title, Studiocanal, Film4, Sony Pictures, ITV and Pathe supporting Equal Access Network.
Heyman was speaking at the launch of the London Screen Academy.
The website and online toolkit aims to make cinemas more welcoming to audiences with various different needs.
The festival’s communications head Ruth Pérez de Anucita will join the committee in 2019.
The finance initiative for female-centric films was launched in 2016.
Dignity invested in Carol Morley’s ‘Out Of Blue’, which has premiered at Toronto this month.
TIFF executive director Michele Maheux introduced a line-up of industry women to speak about gender equality
For the 300 top-grossing films from 2015-2017, white male critics are 31 times more likely to have a top review on Rotten Tomatoes than female critics
Diana Elbaum, Matthijs Wouter Knol and Franklin Leonard debated the future of cinema at Locarno’s StepIn event.
Entries for Outstanding British Film and Outstanding Debut must comply with BFI Diversity Standards.
Study reveals under-representation of women at EFM, Cannes and the AFM.
A 2017 TGI survey showed women as 52% of the UK cinemagoing population.
Abusers should be ‘full-on disgraced’ and self-regulation is failing victims, panellists argue.
Particpants in ‘Not Another Diversity Panel!’ discussed diversity
Screen profiles the filmmakers selected for the Europe! Voices of Women in Film programme.
‘Europe! Voices Of Women In Film’ will show the work of 10 directors across different genres.
How can the UK industry further address its gender imbalance?