1994-2014: Only 22% of blockbuster crew members were women

07/23/2014 | Guardian (London), The · Glass Hammer blog, The

Since 1994, less than one-quarter of total film crews on 2,000 of the biggest grossing films in the last two decades were made up of women, according to research by British writer and producer Stephen Follows. Departments such as makeup and costumes accounted for most of those women, while camera and electrical crews averaged at 95% male representation. Women made up just 5% of directors, 13% of editors, and 10% of writers for the 2,000 films surveyed.

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