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Imagine if half the people directing films were women

There aren’t enough Australian women working behind the camera in film and TV production, but Screen NSW has launched a new initiative to change all of that.

The state’s TV and film body is aiming to achieve an average 50/50 in gender equity by 2020.

Screen NSW’s new target comes after various calls have been made in the Australian film industry for changes to be made.

Screen NSW has announced a 50/50 gender equity target

Jennifer Kent was the director of The Babadook. Photo: Supplied There aren’t enough Australian women working behind the camera in film and TV production, but Screen NSW has launched a new initiative to change all of that. The state’s TV and film body is aiming to achieve an average 50/50 in gender equity by 2020.

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