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Women make up only 23% of crew members on the 2,000 highest grossing films of the past 20 years.
Only one of the top 100 films in 2013 has a female Composer.
In 2013, under 2% of Directors were female.
The only departments to have a majority of women are Make-up, Casting and Costume
Visual Effects is the largest department on most major movies and yet only has 17.5% women
Of all the departments, the Camera and Electrical department is the most male, with only 5% women
Musicals and Music-based films have the highest proportion of women in their crews (27%).
Sci-Fi and Action films have the smallest proportion of women (20% and 21% respectively).
The films with the highest percentage were “Mean Girls” and “The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants” (42%).
The most male crews were “On Deadly Ground” and “Robots” (10% female).
There has been no improvement in the last 20 years. The percentage of female crew members has decreased between 1994 (22.7%) and 2013 (21.8%).
The three most significant creative roles (Writer, Producer and Director) have all seen the percentage of women fall.
The jobs performed by women have become more polarised. In jobs which are traditionally seen as more female (art, costume and make-up) the percentage of women has increased, whereas in the more technical fields (editing and visual effects) the percentage of women has fallen.