Come to the virtual screenings of the Sundance Film Festival 2021!
Don’t miss CUSP, the documentary THE 51 FUND produced. I’m so thankful to be a member of THE 51 FUND producing films written and realised by women, and so proud to be a part of the first film produced by us: CUSP.
This year, obviuosly, we can’t be physically at Sundance, but it’s even more exciting to get to share all over the US, all over the world
CUSP is a feature documentary selected at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, presenting one year of the adolescence of three teenage girls who live or survive in the casual cruelty of a toxic masculinity in a small town in Texas.
CUSP, Documentary film premiering in competition at the SUNDANCE Festival 2021, realized par Parker Hill & Isabel Bethencourt
CUSP https://www.cuspthefilm.com/ chronicles one year in the life of "three wild-spirited teenage girls search for freedom and navigate early adulthood as they break away from their past traumas, in a small military Texas town. This raw verité portrait
Every year the very official Centre du Cinéma Français (CNC) publishes its report on the state of French cinema. The last available report published by the CNC is that of 2018:
Out of the total number of films that have been released in France, there are:
75% male directors, 23% female directors, 2% mixed.
This book is a survey of the American film industry and particularly Hollywood. Basically, it's not pretty, really, really not pretty at all... especially for women, whether they are storytellers, directors or actresses.
A brand new American Major is born: THE 51 FUND.
51 like 51% of the population in the United States are women.
The trigger of this beautiful adventure of women, heart and money is Naomi McDougall Jones' TED Talk: "What it's like to be a woman in Hollywood."