Author: Ariel Dougherty

Ariel Dougherty, filmmaker, producer and mentor, has four and a half decades of experience working in feminist media. She has written extensively about the intersections of feminist media, womens rights and money. She is working on a book: Feminist Filmmaking Within Communities.

Twitter: @@MediaEquity


Articles Written by Ariel Dougherty:

Directed by Women: How About Shot, Edited, & Produced by Too?

Over the past year, ever since the May release of the ACLU’s 15 page letter to the EEOC, there has been tremendous public discussion, and countless articles (like this and that), about the lack of women directing major motion pictures. In contrast, a wealth of movies directed by women have emerged from the independent community… Read more »