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UCL, BFI Launch $1.4 Million Study Into Racial Inequality in the U.K. Film Industry

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K.J. Yossman One of London’s leading universities has launched a £1 million ($1.4 million) research project into racial inequality and diversity in the UK film industry.University College London, working closely with the British Film Institute, have launched a three-year research study titled “The Colour of Diversity: A Longitudinal Analysis of BFI Diversity Standards Data and Racial Inequality in the UK Film Industry.” It has been described as the “largest ever study of racial inequality in the UK film industry” and will include academic articles, book and film summing up its themes and key findings.

It will also include an international conference as well as seminars, workshops and forums throughout the period of the study.

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