#GAReads | Study finds 'radical underrepresentation' for women in film

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Study finds 'radical underrepresentation' for women in film”:

Despite widespread attention and protest over gender inequality in film, a new study finds that the number of female directors in the top 250 domestic grossing films last year dipped to 8 percent.

That was down 3 percentage points from 2017, according to the 21st annual Celluloid Ceiling report released Thursday by the Center for the Women in Television and Film at San Diego State University. It was even below the 9 percent level achieved 20 years earlier in 1998.

Read Jake Coyle’s full article at StarTribune.com here…