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Screen Anarchy

Parenting in the Film Industry: Raising Films’ Survey Yields Sadly Unsurprising Results.”

Shelagh Rowan-Legg writes that:

This brings with it the fear that, as working or even middle class people are shut out of acting careers, their stories will no longer be told. The same can be said of those behind the camera: if those who choose to have families, and do not have a family support system for some form of free care, or the money for after-school care, have to give up working in the film industry, will this mean a homogenization of stories?

2018-11-12T13:00:08+00:00June, 2016|Press|