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Variety: PGA Program Strives to Boost Number of Female Producers in Hollywood

Posted By Administration, Thursday, January 29, 2015

From Variety.com:

...the gloomiest news of all: the Celluloid Ceiling, an annual study steered by media expert Martha M. Lauzen, found that between 1998 and 2011 — 13 years — the number of female executive producers underwent no perceptible growth.

The Producers Guild of America Women’s Impact Network, a national committee of 200 members, is aiming to change all that.

"One of the things (the Sundance/Women in Film study) found is that as the level of financing for films increased, the opportunities for women decreased,” says Lydia Dean Pilcher, founder and co-chair (along with producer Deborah Calla) of the Women’s Impact Network and national vice president of motion pictures for the PGA. "So as you move into the studio realm, those barriers which exist across the board become more intense. The biggest career obstacles (for women) were gender and financial barriers, male-dominated financial networks and gender stereotyping on set.”

- Read the full article at Variety.com

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