Their Oct. 14 report was on bullying. Their next, on Oct. 27, will be on sexual harassment.
The new results of a three-month survey exploring issues vital to Hollywood’s vast range of behind-the-scenes magic makers have been released.
The Hollywood Commission, chaired by Dr. Anita Hill and founded by Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy and talent attorney Nina Shaw, has released the third report from its landmark, industry-wide worker survey.
Dr. Anita Hill, chair of The Hollywod Commission and a professor at Brandeis University, is shown at the Vanity Fair and Lancôme “Toast Women in Hollywood” event in February 2020 in Los Angeles. (Photo by Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for Vanity Fair)
Over the course of their releases since late last month, the Hollywood Survey reports have revealed profound differences in the perceptions and experiences between men, women and other underrepresented groups in Hollywood.
The national, anonymous survey was conducted online over a three-month period, from Nov. 2019 to Feb. 2020, during which a total of 9,630 people who self-identified that they were currently working, pursuing work or had previously worked in the entertainment industry responded.