Created in partnership with R/GA Chicago, this “Equality Can’t Wait” campaign kicked off with a video series that explains why 208 more years of inequality is “No Joke.” With actor Natasha Lyonne directing, several high-profile comedians (including Sarah Silverman, Maya Rudolph, Carol Burnett, Uzo Aduba, Ilana Glazer, John Mulaney, and others) joined in the effort to urge people to action and draw greater attention to the need for gender equality in our lifetime.
This video is live on equalitycantwait.com where more info and details are available as to how people can take action to accelerate progress.
Production Girl Culture Films Natasha Lyonne, director; Lauren Greenfield, creative director; Melinda Nugent, exec producer
via The Hollywood Reporter
Date: August 7th 2019
Lauren Greenfield’s documentary film, THE KINGMAKER, to make worldwide debut at the 76th Venice Film Festival.
as reported on The Wrap
Date: July 25th 2019
Why Stars Like Carrie Brownstein and Zach Braff Are Jumping From Hollywood to Advertising’s A-List
Date: May 7th 2019
Girl Culture Films is pleased to announce the release of our first project for K-Y Brand and Havas NYC
Check out the project
Date: April 30 2019
Date: April 2nd 2019
Filmmaker Lauren Greenfield, director of "Generation Wealth" and the Always "Like a Girl" Super Bowl ad, talks about Girl Culture Films, her new production company devoted to getting more women directing advertisements.
Date: March 14th 2019
SHOOT Announces March/April 2019 Issue Content Line-up and Print, Digital, Sponsor Marketing Opportunities
Lauren Greenfield, a two-time DGA Award nominee who recently launched Girl Culture Films, a company focused on amplifying female and diverse voices in the ...
Date: March 13th 2019
Silicon Hills News
The panelists were filmmaker and VR and AR pioneer Nonny de la Pēna of Emblematic Group; documentary film maker Lauren Greenfield; CMO of consumer …
Date: March 12th 2019
Candid conversations with diverse women aim to address stigmas that still linger. The videos, from the powerhouse female-led team of creative director Lauren Greenfield (who famously helmed P&G’s “Like A Girl”) and director Amy Berg (director of West of Memphis and the Oscar-nominated 2006 documentary Deliver Us From Evil), deliberately take a show-don’t-tell route, execs say, aiming to normalize topics like female passion and, well, thirst.
Adweek and Chicago Tribune report
Date: March 9th 2019
Join Lauren Greenfield at SXSW 2019 on March 11th at 5pm for the GIRL CULTURE panel with Margaret Johnson (AdAge’s Executive of the Year and CCO of Goodby Silverstein & Partners), Ukonwa Ojo (former CMO COVERGIRL), and Nonny de la Peña (Filmmaker and "Godmother of Virtual Reality”).
SXSW schedule listing
Date: March 7th 2019
Read the news as reported on SHOOT
Date: March 5th 2019
‘Generation Wealth’ & ‘Queen Of Versailles’ Director Lauren Greenfield Sets Next Film, Inks With WME
Read the news as reported on DEADLINE
Date: February 26th 2019
Love Fraud for Showtime
Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady are finishing a five part series for Showtime on a wily con artist. It is called Love Fraud
Ewing also just completed shooting her first narrative film in Mexico.
It's still untitled and will be ready for fall. Heidi Ewing wrote and directed it.
Date: January 31st 2019
Reaction to the launch of Girl Culture Films
check out the links below
Today With Kathie Lee & Hoda
New Production Company Hopes to Spread Impact of #LikeAGirl
#LikeAGirl Director Lauren Greenfield Launches Production Company to Amplify Diverse Voices
By Rachel Yang
Muse by Clio
Maker of 'Like a Girl' Opens Company to Get More Women and Diverse Voices Directing Ads
By Tim Nudd
Director behind #LikeAGirl launches diversity-focused production company
By Lindsay Stein
Lauren Greenfield Launches Girl Culture Films
Women and Hollywood
Lauren Greenfield Launches Girl Culture Films to Address Lack of Diversity Behind the Scenes in Advertising
By Laura Berger
Empire cast, crew react to Jussie Smollett attack
Date: January 29th 2019
AMY BERG is part of the Sundance Festival Program.
The Women’s March mobilized millions of women to protest after the inauguration of President Trump. But working across ideologies to combat injustice has its challenges. Academy Award–nominated director Amy Berg returns to the Sundance Film Festival with an insider look at the struggle for intersectional activism among the Women’s March leadership.
Berg captures the collaborative organizing process and hopeful energy of the first marches in 2017 and spends time behind the scenes highlighting the sustained work that happens after the crowds subside. For Women’s March co-president Tamika Mallory and community-organizing leader Erika Andiola, the march is only the tip of the iceberg of their broader activism—Andiola championing immigration rights and Mallory protesting gun violence. When Mallory comes under fire for her affiliations with Minister Louis Farrakhan, a powerful conversation between Mallory and Rabbi Rachel Timoner opens up a dialogue about intersectional leadership.
In light of the recent controversy around four of the Women’s March leaders, including Mallory, Berg’s film offers a timely springboard for a discussion on issues that have plagued the women’s movement for a century.
Learn more on sundance.com
Date: January 23rd 2019