The Irish Times: Irish film and TV urged to move away from ‘boys club’ culture
Esquire: AFTER THE SUCCESS OF HIDDEN FIGURES, ARE FEMALE-FRONTED BIOPICS ON THE RISE?
Fast Company: Walmart’s Oscar Ads Were a Great Idea That Ultimately Flopped
The Guardian: Did #OscarsSoWhite work? Looking beyond Hollywood’s diversity drought
AP: Oscars still lagging in female and minority representation
IFTN: New Horizons Colloquium 2017 to hold National Conversation on Women in Irish Film & Television
Limerick Post: Mary I seminar will broaden horizons for women in film
USA Today: Why are some people peeved about Casey Affleck’s Oscar nomination?
USA Today: Oscar nominations 2017: Diversity is not a simple black-or-white issue
Washington Post: A movie about three black female mathematicians is beating Affleck and Scorsese at the box office
Christian Science Monitor: How hundreds of girls are seeing ‘Hidden Figures’ for free
Vanity Fair: D.G.A. to Hollywood: Nate Parker Lives
Marie Claire: Hollywood Scandals: Why Men Crush Them and Women Are Crushed by Them
Crave: Kathleen Kennedy Says Female Directors Don’t Have Enough Experience for ‘Star Wars’
LA Times: Gender and race issues are slowly fading as more filmmakers consider three key tests
LA Times: Hollywood’s culture of sexual harassment is finally making headlines
NBC: Geena Davis Wants to Solve Hollywood’s Gender Gap Problem With New Tech Tool
The Toronto Star: If #OscarsSoWhite, what about TIFF?
USA Today: Why men make more than women in Hollywood
Toronto Star: Selma director Ava DuVernay joins the $100-million club in breakthrough for women of colour
EW: Ava DuVernay is the first woman of color to direct a $100 million film
Take Part: What Black Directors Think of Ava DuVernay’s ‘Wrinkle in Time’ Budget Bonanza
Indiewire: Ava DuVernay Continues To Break Hollywood Barriers, and She’s The Perfect Person To Do It – Girl Talk
Screencrush: Ava DuVernay Will Be the First Woman of Color to Direct a 100 Million Dollar Film
Time: Ava DuVernay is the First African-American Woman to Direct a $100 Million Film
Quartz: For the first time, an African-American woman is directing a $100 million film
The Guardian: Ava DuVernay becomes first woman of color to direct a $100m film
Twitter Moments: Ava DuVernay makes history & breaks barriers with next film
Vulture: With A Wrinkle in Time, Ava DuVernay Is the First Woman of Color to Direct a Live-Action $100 Million Movie
The Independent: Ava DuVernay to become first black woman to direct $100m film
NY Mag: Ava DuVernay Just Broke a Major Hollywood Glass Ceiling
Awards Daily: Ava DuVernay Hits Historic Milestone – First African American Woman to Direct a $100 Million Film
LA Times: With ‘A Wrinkle In Time,’ Ava DuVernay will pass a milestone
The Hollywood Reporter: ‘Ghostbusters’ Co-Writer Reveals Stories Behind Cameos, Kate McKinnon’s Character
Film Journal: ‘Ghostbusters’ scribe Katie Dippold talks fan backlash, new Amy Schumer/Goldie Hawn comedy
Bitch: WHY IT MATTERS THAT MALE FILM CRITICS VASTLY OUTNUMBER FEMALE FILM CRITICS
Pop Culture Confidential: Episode 46: Melissa Silverstein & Matt Zoller Seitz
The Atlantic: Why Hollywood Doesn’t Tell More Stories for—and About—Girls
NY Mag: A Tarantino-Produced Film Put Out a Casting Call for ‘Whores’
Vanity Fair: Cringeworthy Hollywood Casting Call Seeks “Whores for Quentin Tarantino Project“
The Guardian: Quentin Tarantino-produced film posts casting call for ‘whores’
Refinery29: Quentin Tarantino Project Seeks “Whores” In Facebook Casting Call
Mic: Quentin Tarantino Project Looks for “Whores” in Facebook Casting Call
The Guardian: How Disney’s princesses got tough
Variety: It’s About Trusting the Vision of Women
The Guardian: As Cannes closes, a new breed of female lead emerges: empowered, careerist –and ‘gender-neutral’
Daily Mail: Sean Penn’s film The Last Face is savaged at Cannes and leaves audiences laughing and BOOING
MetroUK: Cannes 2016: Critics are betting on this black actress getting an Oscar for Loving performance
AP: In Woody Allen, media and moviegoers again confront ambiguity
Washington Post: On Woody Allen and his fans’ and moviegoers’ continuing moral conundrum
News.com.au: Sean Penn’s new film draws unintended laughs, boos at Cannes
Flavorwire: Meet the Men Who Get to Direct Mainstream Movies
The Cut: Two Major Hollywood Studios Have No Female Directors Through 2018
The Wrap: 20th Century Fox, Paramount Have No Female Directors Through 2018
The Hollywood Reporter: Cannes: After 2015’s ‘Year de la Femme,’ Women Directors Fall Short Again
Kering: Changing the Story
Variety: Women Must Demand to Reshape the Media’s Take on the Ideal Femme
Thompson on Hollywood: Melissa Silverstein’s Women and Hollywood Heads for Medium (Exclusive)
Huffington Post: Nia Vardalos’ 8-Year-Old Walked Out Of A Movie That Didn’t Have ‘Enough Girls’
USA Today: Stars speak out about sexism in Hollywood but nothing seems to change
Reuters: How ‘Blackfish’ helped end SeaWorld’s killer whale programs
NPR: In Conversation About Diversity In Hollywood, Where Does Sundance Fit In?
Power to Fly: Women and Hollywood Channel Adele Because #OscarsSoMale
Money: Why You Should Care About the Hollywood Wage Gap
Thompson on Hollywood: WATCH: With Adele’s Help, Women and Hollywood Cleverly Lampoons #OscarsSoMale
Glamour: New #OscarsSoWhite Video Calls on the Academy to Address Diversity Issue
AP: #HollywoodSoWhite: Study confirms racial and gender bias in TV and movies (+video)
Indiewire: Exclusive: Project Greenlight Digital Studios is Launching Brand New Advisory Board
The Star: #OscarsSoWhite? Fans decry lack of diversity in Oscars nominations
Fusion: What Making a Murderer Reveals About Women and Hollywood
Highbrow Magazine: The Female Takeover of Hollywood? Soon, But Not Yet.
Women Transforming Media: Interview with My Hero Project
Variety: The Curious Case of the Women Missing in Film Criticism
Evening Standard: Make way for the sci-fragettes: how sci-fi films like Star Wars are breaking the female stereotype
Sight and Sound Magazine: Best Films of 2015
Interview with Red Elephant Foundation
Paper Magazine: WHY AREN’T MORE FEMALE AND POC DIRECTORS CONSIDERED AUTEURS?
NY Post: Why more women are getting film roles meant for men
The Wrap: Jennifer Lawrence’s Essay on Gender Pay Disparity in Hollywood Ignites Social Media Debate
Cosmopolitan: What “Selma” Director Ava DuVernay Thinks About That Controversial “Suffragette” T-Shirt
NY Magazine: To Get More Women on TV, We Need More in TV
Dame: Is Hollywood Having a Feminist Sexual Awakening?
Interview with Ravishly
The Guardian: The real Hollywood scandal: why Jennifer Lawrence, Angelina Jolie and other female stars get ripped off
Refinery29: Here’s What We’re Excited For At The Toronto International Film Festival
Mashable: How do so many white, male indie directors leap to big blockbusters?
USA Today: Does Hollywood have an issue with women?
NY Times: ‘Jurassic World’ Puts Colin Trevorrow in the Driver’s Seat
ET Canada: Stars Speak Out Against Cannes’ High-Heel Policy
Chicago Tribune: Why are we talking more about women’s shoes than women’s work at Cannes?
Hollywire: Emily Blunt Addresses Strict Heel Policy at Cannes Film Festival
Deseret News: Hollywood’s ‘women problem’ is on peak display, and there’s a rather simple solution
Christian Science Monitor: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’: Why are anti-feminists so angry about action film? (+video)
MTV: ‘Change Is Essential’: Female Directors React To The ACLU’s Push For Civil Rights
NY Post: Marvel and its sexist superhero movies hit a new low
Mother Jones: Dear Marvel and Sony: We Love Movies for Their Kick-Ass Female Heroes, Too, You Jerks
Washington Post: Act Four – The strong feminism behind Black Widow, and why the critiques don’t stand up
Refinery29: Hollywood Spends Millions On Blockbusters — Except For The Ones Starring Women
Quartz: Meryl Streep’s inspiring solution to Hollywood’s ageism problem might actually work
Think Progress: Will We Ever Get A ‘Wonder Woman’ Movie?
Cheek Magazine (French): LA RÉALISATRICE DE SELMA A-T-ELLE ÉTÉ SNOBÉE PAR LES OSCARS?
Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls: FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS: Q&A WITH MELISSA SILVERSTEIN
Interview with Le Deuxieme Regard
Variety: Femme Filmmakers Are Opening Up the Pic Pipeline
Cinemablend: How Charlize Theron Used The Sony Hack To Make Millions
Vox: The Oscars’ horrible lack of diversity, explained in 2 minutes
BDC Wire: 5 Biggest Snubs from the 2015 Academy Award Nominations
Mic: One Tweet Perfectly Sums Up Everything Wrong With the Oscar Nominations
BuzzFeed: Amy Poehler And Tina Fey Made The Perfect George Clooney Joke
Washington Post: Could the Sony hacks help close the Hollywood pay gap?
Jezebel: Here Are Your 2015 Golden Globe Nominations
Reel Screen: IDFA ’14: Female directors champion Bechdel test for docs
Variety: Oscars: Where’s the Competition in the Actress Categories?
Daily Beast: Will There Ever Be a ‘Good Wife’ Effect on Politics?
Salon: Hollywood’s gender inertia: Why there are so few female directors
Slate: Celebrity Feminist Identification Has Reached Peak Meaninglessness
Washington Post: ‘Are you a feminist?’ — the question more and more female celebrities are asked
FilmDoo Interview with Melissa Silverstein
International Business Times: Welcome To The Gunn Show: How Nicole Perlman Is Being Written Out Of ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’
Jezebel: Snow White Dropped from the Snow White and the Huntsman Sequel
Jezebel: This Infographic on Women Directors in Hollywood Is Totally Depressing
Ms in the Biz: Changing the Narrative Landscape
Diestandard.at: Frauen in der Filmbranche: “Wir sind stinksauer” (Women in the film industry: “We are mad as hell”)
Huffington Post: Why Are There So Few Women Behind the Camera?
Al Jazeera: Nominated for the Oscars but failing the Bechdel sexism test
NY Observer: The Bechdel Test Proves Hollywood is a Boys’ Town
The Guardian: No sexism please, we’re Swedish – films classified by representation of women
Forbes: The 100 Best Websites for Women
Ultimo Segundo: Por trás das câmeras, mulheres lutam por oportunidades iguais em Hollywood
El Pais: La arruga invade Hollywood
The Guardian: Hillary Clinton biopic Rodham stirs up speculation – who will play her?
NPR: Are Women Really Missing From Film Criticism?
Emma: Cannes kann’s nicht: Silverstein über Frauenmangel in Cannes
Buzzsaw: Through A New Lens
El Pais: La sombra del sexismo acecha (de nuevo) a los Oscar
HitFix: Women and Oscar
NY Post: Snow White Becomes a Girl Power Icon
Forbes: Top 100 Website for Women
Jezebel: Hollywood’s Women Want to Make Hollywood Better for Women
Jezebel: Twilight Screenwriter Reflects on the Series’ Power in Hollywood
The Guardian: Bella beats Bond as Twilight movie topples Skyfall from box-office peak
The Guardian: Cannes 2012: Palme d’Or diversity debate rumbles on with new petition
Huffington Post: Cannes 2012 Sexist? Lack Of Woman Directors In Competition Spurs Outrage
The Hollywood Reporter: Cannes 2012: 700 Protesters Sign Petition Demanding More Women Directors
NY Post: Winona Takes Flight
Interview – International Women’s Film Festival – Dortmund | Cologne, Germany
The Australian: Something More Than a Chick Flick
Forbes: 100 Top Websites for Women