Keira Knightley has joined British film directors, actors and writers in celebrating female representation on and off the screen at this year’s BFI London Film Festival.
The chief executive of a leading media charity has said a new survey into mental health is vital to confront an “unspoken crisis in the industry”.
Made In Dagenham actress Andrea Riseborough has said funding problems are part of the reason there are so few women directors as she called on British film-makers to support the 4% challenge.
Made In Dagenham actress Andrea Riseborough has called on British film-makers to support the 4% Challenge, an initiative urging members of the industry to commit to working with a female director within the next 18 months.
Rose McGowan has said society has experienced “real change” in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
Time’s Up president Lisa Borders stepped down after allegations of sexual assault were made against her son, the group has announced.
Time’s Up president Lisa Borders has stepped down from her role to “address family concerns”.
Bohemian Rhapsody has been removed as a nominee at a leading LGBT awards ceremony amid allegations of sexual assault against director Bryan Singer.
The Time’s Up movement for gender equality cannot just be a phase, the actress Anya Taylor-Joy has said.
I, Daniel Blake star Hayley Squires claims the Me Too movement and Time’s Up “ripped open” the film industry with revelations of abuse.
The second stage of the Time’s Up movement made its mark at the Golden Globes, with powerful speeches from winners Sandra Oh, Regina King and Glenn Close.
Killing Eve stars Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer are among the stars who have arrived for the Golden Globe awards.
Reese Witherspoon urged people to “continue to celebrate risk takers” as she remembered last year’s Time’s Up movement on the Golden Globes red carpet.
Emma Watson called for “solidarity across professions and across borders” as she reflected on a year of the Time’s Up movement.
The entertainment industry is still dealing with the aftershocks caused by the earthquake of the #MeToo movement.
Reese Witherspoon, Brie Larson and Ed Sheeran are among the stars backing an eBay and Time’s Up initiative to mark the movement’s upcoming first anniversary.
Jessica Simpson has said she is “disappointed” in Natalie Portman after the Black Swan actress said she had been “confused” by Simpson’s sexuality as a child.
The fund set up as a result of the Time’s Up and #MeToo movements has awarded more than one million pounds to help women who have experienced sexual harassment and abuse, it has announced.
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner has said he is proud to have made a show that addressed sexual abuse and workplace harassment before the Me Too and Time’s Up movements.
Jane Fonda has shared her joy at the Time’s Up movement against sexual harassment, admitting that she did not think it would happen in her lifetime.