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Gender Equality Report: Swedish Film Institute Finds Female-Led Feature Films Spend More Than A Year Longer In Development Than Male-Led Projects

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The Swedish Film Institute today launched its annual gender equality report. The survey ‘406 Days’, which looks at gender disparity in the development and production process, demonstrates that the average female-led fiction feature spends over one year longer in development than projects led by male filmmakers.Highlights of the report include:Funding:Production: Documentary confounds the trendsRead the full report hereThe report is primarily based on quantitative analyses of the Swedish Film Institute’s own data, looking at films released in the past five years, and then to look back by analysing what the process was like for them, from initial development funding to finished film.In 2014, the Swedish Film Institute was the first public film financing body to achieve gender parity in public film funding.

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