REEL WOMEN SEEN | Amanda Tapping | Canada 2017 | 8’
+Q&A IN PRESENCE of THE DIRECTOR | +DÉBAT EN PRÉSENCE de la RÉALISATRICE
A travers une parodie de séries télé, la situation actuelle des femmes dans le cinéma.
A nation-wide collaborative effort by the ACTRA National Women’s Committee, Reel Women Seen takes a comedic look at how women are underrepresented in all areas of screen-based media, most notably: as protagonists; behind the scenes in creative, writing and directorial roles; and in key technical roles.
While telling the stories of realities faced by women in the film and television industry, the film also shows solutions for change.
The talented crew and all-female cast include members of: ACTRA; IATSE locals 873, 891, 669 and 667; DGC BC; DGC ON; WGC; NABET; Screen Composers Guild of Canada; and Teamsters.