Hollywood’s commitment to diversity and inclusivity needs to be more than just a fad
Without nepotism or riches, breaking into film and TV is challenging.
Seventy-five percent of independent filmmakers in one study reported having worked as extras in films for free.
Netflix stated it will shut one branch of Tudum, its fan-focused website, affecting disproportionately women of colour.
Since Floyd's death, this diversity wave seems to be a craze.
In 2015, just 25% of all directors were people of colour.
Without supporting filmmakers from various groups, real and inclusive stories won't be told.
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