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Stick Your Nose in the Script and Shut Up!

Posted by Rena Sternfeld on February 15, 2013 in On the set |

This line was directed toward me, late one night, in a field outside Wilmington, North Carolina. It was a big production. The biggest this studio has made at the time. It involved a few units: The main unit – shooting the plot with the actors The stunt unit – shooting things that did not involve the actors […]

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Why Accurate Script Timing Can Save a Lot of Money

Posted by Rena Sternfeld on February 14, 2013 in The search |

  Being a television director, aside from answering thousands of questions a day and making decisions left and right that will impact the quality and the look of the episode, you are constantly fighting the clock. 12 hours don’t pass as quickly in any other profession I know.  If you want to continue working you have to […]

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An Important Article – Welcome to Hollywood, the Land that forgot Women Directors

Posted by Rena Sternfeld on February 4, 2013 in The search |

Another article, this time from Forbes. Yet another one – this time from truthdig Tweet This Post

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Another Place to See Information About women Directors

Posted by Rena Sternfeld on February 4, 2013 in The search |

Yes, there are more than one fighting the fight, trying to change the numbers. As time pass and we age, our windows of opportunities are closing  fast. Tweet This Post

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New Statistics from Sundance Institute and Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism

Posted by Rena Sternfeld on February 4, 2013 in The search |

Females in Key Creative Positions by Genre Type Across 11 years (2002-2012) of programmed U.S. feature-length films at the Sundance Film Festival, 29.8% of content creators (directors, writers, producers, cinematographers, editors) were female. This translates into 2.36 males to every 1 female behind the camera. Significant findings were found regarding content creator gender in three […]

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Boxed In: Employment of Behind-the-Scenes Women in the 2011-12 Prime-time Television Season

Posted by Rena Sternfeld on October 10, 2012 in The search |

Dr. Martha Lauzen from San Diego University tracks the employment numbers for women television directors, writers, producers, and cinematographers.

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Correction

Posted by Rena Sternfeld on October 5, 2012 in The search |

The number of female television directors are lower than the DGA statistics which includesminority male as well.

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Shows that Hired Less than 15% Female Directors

Posted by Rena Sternfeld on October 2, 2012 in The search |

Some television shows did hire women directors. About 1 in 20 male directors that is.

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Shows on American Television that did not Employ Women Directors At All

Posted by Rena Sternfeld on October 1, 2012 in It makes me MAD, The search |

Some shows on prime time American television did not employ even one female director.

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The Search for the Holy Grail Continues

Posted by Rena Sternfeld on September 29, 2012 in The search |

The search for directing jobs for women continues. The Director’s Guild statistics show that nothing has changed. Man still dominate with 85% of the jobs.

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