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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.
She said: “What seems to be the issue is men have been at the top for such a long time that it’s difficult for any woman to break through.” Kinninmont branded it “pathetic” that the Venice Film Festival has just one feature by a female director in competition this year, out of a 21-strong list.
She said: “The London film festival manages to find people, Toronto is managing to find people, Cannes have pledged to find more women, Locarno have just pledged to work with more women.
“You should be working actively to encourage people to come forward, you should be looking for new talent. People I know who are agents will say now companies are phoning up saying ‘have you got any woman directors, we are looking for a woman writer’, suddenly it’s all changed.
“They now see that by having all the power in a small group of blokes, you actually don’t get a very healthy environment and if film-making is holding a mirror up to nature, they have to bring in not just more women but bring in other people, BAME people.