Thanks to the SOLSTICE FONDATION, Réalisatrices Équitables continues to engage with tomorrow’s women directors via its lecture series at Québec cegeps, universities, and media arts production schools. These talks present a clear picture of the challenges awaiting students. They also provide tools for raising awareness among future colleagues and professional partners, and tips on overcoming […]
LES DAMES DU DOC is an Internet portal that showcases Québec women documentary filmmakers and their films. It also fosters networking and resource sharing. This portal, available on the web, tablet and smartphone, comes on the heels of the book “40 ans de vues revées”, which provided a directory of Québec women feature film directors. […]
Study on female documentary filmmakers A study on the profession of documentary filmmaking has been ongoing for almost 2 years, piloted by Bruno Bouliane, Nathalie Trépanier, Diane Poitras and Isabelle Hayeur. This study is led by researchers Marc Ménard and Fanie Pelletier, and financed by the ARRQ and the Service aux communautés de l’UQÀM. The […]
Réalisatrices Équitables sits on the consulting committee set up by the Ministère de la Justice et du Secrétariat à la condition féminine on the recasting of the upcoming gender equality guide. This guide serves as a code of conduct for the Québec government or for the courts when they rule on equity issues. As an […]
Study day on Québec’s women creators: The issue of women creators’ invisibility has spanned the history of art. Women creators have always received a smaller share of state funding allocated to cultural production in all its forms. It has therefore become extremely important for the members of Réalisatrices Équitables to address this flagrant gender […]
Since 2007, Réalisatrices Équitables has been raising awareness with regards to the vision of Québec women filmmakers in the film community, cultural institutions and the public while working to ensure a more equitable space for women’s concerns, world view and imagination on all our screens.