According to an AFI study, women were better represented in Hollywood during the silent film era

According to a new AFI study, women made up a higher share of writers, directors, and producers during Hollywood’s silent era.

The study comes at a time when recent data indicates that Hollywood has fewer female creators and directors behind some of its most popular films.

The AFI research, “Women They Talk About,” chronicles the unrecorded contributions of female filmmakers during the silent film era and unearths the genuine narrative of women as pioneers in American cinema.

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