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The BAFTA awards have been criticised, because it was nominated for a lack of representation, no non-white Actors , and no women were nominated in the category best Director for the seventh year in a row.
This comes A Day after the Golden Globes all had nominated one-man-list for best Director.
Bafta boss Amanda Berry said she was "very disappointed" by the lack of diversity.
So, how bad is it?Getty women directors at Bafta -
In The Last 10 years, 50 nominations for Best Director
2 of them women, Kathryn Bigelow in 2013, and Lynne Ramsay in the year 2012source: Bafta
Ms berry were point-to-Director to be nominated for the other categories, for example for short films.
this is the Baftas - But what about the rest of the industry?gender-representation
Martha Lauzen, Director of The Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film San Diego State University, has been tracking the employment of women in the film industry since 1998.
In the year 2019, only 13% of Directors on the 250 highest grossing films were female, in her report on the "celluloid ceiling," found.
And this is The Top 250 films, women:
Despite these numbers, the "recent highs", it was not a lot of movement during the 22 years, Dr. the study is Lauzen.
For comparison, in 1998, on The Top 250 films, women 9% of Directors:
meanwhile, the study found Directors in the UK, the Professional Association of UK-screen directors, to 2,591 UK films between 2005 and 2014 13. 6% of Board members were women.
UK film students are wide-50% male and 50% female, according to the research, and as a student of the industry, The Split is about half and half. So it is, as you progress further, that the problem shows up.
The Report , published in the year 2016, the proposed Men were more likely to rent to the other Men , while a lack of female Role Models may make it more difficult for women to progress, the preservation of "obsolete, unconscious prejudices of the people in the industry".
find A report, in seven European countries, including the UK, a similar drop-off took place in the representation: in 2013, 44% of the graduates entering the film industry were women, compared with 24% of the working Directors.'White Men in Hollywood 'Awkwafina , whose real name is Nora Lum, won a Golden p>Globe on Sunday
Only 7. 8% of The Top -movies' authors were from a non-white background, although it is up to 40% of the US population.
These figures are more or less unchanged since 2011, when The First UCLA-was the study carried out.
In the year 2017, 19. 8% of the main cast were members of an ethnic minority, almost doubled from the 10. 5% in 2011.
The study said that: "from the studio board rooms and executive suites, The Talent agencies, the gatekeeper, the basic relations of production, The Center white Men in Hollywood film-making remain largely intact".
He said, different groups were "represented completely" among the Directors, writers, and performers.