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The Assistant

By Hannah Woodhead

Director Kitty Green highlights the systemic abuse women suffer in the workplace in this powerful drama.

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Kitty Green on why The Assistant goes way beyond Weinstein

By Beth Webb

The American filmmaker’s debut narrative feature is the perfect drama for the post #MeToo era.

The Lost Careers of Difficult Women

By Emma Fraser

When women have their movie careers ruined by vindictive, controlling men, what happens next?

A new film challenges Hollywood to close the gender gap

By Katie Goh

This Changes Everything asks why things aren’t improving for women in the film industry.

How TV comedies are leading the way on #MeToo

By Caspar Salmon

Shows like BoJack Horseman, GLOW and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt are taking a bold, complex approach to tackling systemic misogyny.

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