Women in Entertainment

Rita McGhee
Margaret GardinerJune 24, 2020

Emmy nominated Costume designer Rita McGhee was a student at Howard University when she had a life-changing encounter with Spike Lee. “I reached...

Suzi Quatro
Elisabeth SeredaJune 22, 2020

“I do not compromise for anybody. Still don’t." She is rock’n roll’s female trailblazer. She has sold 55 million records. She is the rockstar the...

Daria Bondarenko and Irina Sosnovaya
Nellee HolmesJune 18, 2020

Yellow, Black and White is one of Russia’s leading entertainment groups.Renowned in the country for both film and TV, YBW is the studio behind...

Maggie Kylie
Margaret GardinerJune 15, 2020

“You have to be able to trust your instincts; when you do, in the moment, you can be successful.”It started with a backyard charity production of...

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Writer Flora Greeson
Tina Jøhnk ChristensenJune 3, 2020

Flora Greeson got inspired to write the script for the musical romantic comedy The High Note while she was working as an assistant at Universal...

Suzanne Heathcote on set of "Killing Eve" with Dame Harriet Walter
Tina Jøhnk ChristensenApril 27, 2020

The comedy-thriller Killing Eve revolves around the intense psychosexual relationship between two women: American-raised MI5 agent Eve Polastri (...

Dahvi Waller
Margaret GardinerApril 15, 2020

Mrs. America tells the story of the fight to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment in the early ‘70s. The legislation which would have...

Sharon Horgan
Tina Jøhnk ChristensenApril 1, 2020

Sharon Horgan is a busy woman. She is a mother, a producer, a writer, and an actress and she is the head of her own production company Merman,...

Liz Tigelaar
Tina Jøhnk ChristensenMarch 27, 2020

Showrunner and writer Liz Tigelaar finished shooting the last scenes of Little Fires Everywhere just minutes before Los Angeles’ Mayor Eric...

Kitty Green
Margaret GardinerFebruary 14, 2020

“I grew up around a lot of women who have followed their dreams,” says Kitty Green, a previous AACTA winner for Best Feature-Length Documentary...