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Latest in USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative

Distribution Plan And Story, Not Characters’ Gender Or Race, Key To Box Office Success: Study

USC Annenberg And Time’s Up Study Shows Common Pattern Of Lack Of Women And People Of Color At Film Festivals

Female Directors Of Top-Grossing Films Reach 13-Year High in 2019, Women Of Color Remain Highly Underrepresented

Study Finds Progress In Representation Of Marginalized Communities In Film But “More Growth Is Needed” — Specifically With Inclusion Of Diverse Women

Hollywood Fails To Make The Grade With Latinx Representation In Film, USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative & NALIP Study Finds

Inclusion In Animation Study Finds Gains For Women, But Much Work Still To Be Done – Annecy

USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative Study Shows Film & TV “Dehumanize” Mental Health Conditions

Study Finds Significant Increase In Representation For Females & People Of Color In Top Grossing Films Of 2018

Nina Jacobson Talks “Sticking It To The Man” When It Comes To Inclusion And Representation – Sundance

Tessa Thompson And Kerry Washington Join Colleagues In TimesUp 4% Director Challenge To Work With Female Directors – Update

Sundance Increases Representation For Women & People Of Color With Plenty Of Room For Improvement- Study

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