This week we continue our Women in Film series with part 3: “What role do women play in their own hindrance or advancement in the business?”
I honestly believe this is one of the most important episodes I ever have, or will, publish. I strongly feel this episode should be heard by everyone woman in the industry. Heck, I think it would be great for women in any profession to hear from the various guests on the show today. We have a full slate of women at the top of their game in their respective fields.
First, we bring back my 4-person panel in Seattle: Scilla Andreen (CEO of IndieFlix), Stefanie Malone (executive director of NFFTY), Ryan Davis (co-founder of Smarthouse Creative) and Nancy Chang (executive director of ReelGrrls). I also speak to Nichelle Protho, VP of the television and online video production company Sander/Moses; Lauren Haroutunian, dean of Freddie Wong’s Rocket Jump Film School; and the director of the interactive documentary “Hollow,” and co-host of the She Does Podcast, Elaine McMillion Sheldon. We also hear from Universal Pictures Chairman Donna Langley and 20th Century Fox co-chairman Stacey Snider, in excerpts from Hollywood Reporter’s studio executive roundtable; and Sheryl Sandberg in a clip from the TED Radio Hour has some poignant commentary as well.
Oh, and I contribute a few halfway-decent comments now and then too. (You know…for a man. 🙂 )
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Music in this Episode
Music from today’s episode was curated from the Free Music Archive:
- “Peace Dream” by Kellee Maize. CC-BY.
- “Whiteout” by Little Glass Men. CC-BY.
- “Is That You or Are You You” by Chris Zabriskie. CC-BY.
- “Planet Zero” by Jahzzar. CC-BY-SA.
- “Footprints” by CuzOH. CC-BY.
- “No Home” by Cullah. CC-BY-SA.
- “Where You Do Belong” by Cullah. CC-BY-SA.
- “Through Another Man’s Eyes” by Cullah. CC-BY-SA.
- “Two Days” by Jahzzar. CC-BY-SA.
- “Age of Feminine” by Kellee Maize. CC-BY.
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