WIFT NSW: thirty years to celebrate, and the present to confront by: Erika Addis
Screen Hub Friday 12 October, 2012
The screen sector in Australia has slowly become less masculine and more civilised over the last generation, and the increasing role of women is a huge part of the change - which is not over yet. WIFT, or Women in Film and Television has now been flying the flag in NSW for thirty years, as cinematographer Erika Addis reports.
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