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As part of Stylist Magazine’s SUFFRAGETTE special issue Romola Garai, Carey Mulligan and Anne Marie Duff discuss ‘The Politics of Being a Woman’.

RG: Campaigning wise, I’ve been working with a group called Raising Films who highlight how difficult it is to be a parent in creative industries with the lack of support for parents. It’s a big thing for me how mothers can be discriminated against after maternity leave. Have you found that having children yourselves has affected the roles you take?

AMD: Absolutely. There are compromises, but there should be for both parents, but sadly in most relationships they don’t go that way.

RG: When you say to directors you have childcare problems they act like, ‘Oh, well, can you just make that problem go away.’

2015-09-22T15:45:05+01:00September, 2015|Press|