CHAMPIONING WOMEN IN FILM
The F-Rating is a classification for any film which
1. is directed by a woman
2. is written by a woman
3. features significant women on screen in their own right
The rating is designed to support and promote women and redress the imbalance in the film industry
WHERE ARE THE WOMEN?
In the top 250 films of 2015 women made up just:
of ALL directors
of ALL writers
of ALL producers
IT’S TIME FOR BETTER FEMALE ROLE MODELS IN FILM, FAIRER FUNDING FOR FEMALE DIRECTORS AND A REALISTIC REPRESENTATION OF 50% OF THE POPULATION ON SCREEN
NEWS from F-Rating, Bath Film Festival, BFI, The Barbican and Genesis Cinema The leader of a campaign set up to highlight the amazing work that women are doing in film today coupled an announcement of three new successes for its F-Rating symbol with a plea for initiative to be made unnecessary by the end of the decade because 50:50 representation on screen and behind the camera is achieved. Holly Tarquini made her plea on the back of the news that...