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Many mothers might not allow their daughters to watch some Keira Knightley films for exactly the same reason.
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She continued: “People talk the talk but they are not actually employing the women to make films.
“I think it’s a culture thing and because people also see film as a high-risk industry, they go after the same people all the time.
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Keira Knightley, 33, told of being drawn to roles that challenge the norms as she stars as the lead in forthcoming film Colette.
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“So it becomes very difficult, in a business where risk is feared, for new voices to come in.” Kinninmont is one of a panel of industry experts who has selected the Bumble Female Film Force, five female film-making teams who will be awarded £20,000 each to make a short film.
The entertainment industry will not utilise the best talent in the country if people keep sticking to the “same old, same old”, the head of Women in Film and Television (UK) has warned.
Kate Kinninmont, chief executive of the organisation, says there is still a “golden circle” of people who are hired for jobs in film and television and that more often than not they are men.
The shorts cover subjects such as Japan’s female divers, a soldier’s wife searching for her missing husband during the Battle of Waterloo, and a heroic matriarch trying to escape a government-decreed death sentence before her eightieth birthday.
She said she hoped the shorts would be a “calling card” for the aspiring film-makers, who will receive mentoring and guidance throughout the production process, which will then give the women a step up the ladder.