Canada: women credits in feature film production 2013/14, by profession and region

This statistic presents information on the percentage of women employed in feature film production in Canada in 2013/14 season, broken down by profession and region. According to the source, based on the movies funded by Telefilm Canada, the Atlantic region held the highest shares of women employed across all three professions. Quebec followed, with 26 percent of screenwriting credits, 29 percent director credits, and 16 cinematography credits that went to women.

Percentage of women employed in feature film production in Canada in 2013/14 season, by profession and region

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Source

Release date

October 2015

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2013 to 2014

Supplementary notes

Data based on 91 feature-length films receiving production investment from Telefilm Canada in 2013-14. These films comprise 81 live action, 7 documentaries and 3 animated features

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