Who We Are

We are a not-for-profit that aims to augment the collective female voice by increasing the number of women working in film, TV, and digital media.

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What We Do

We empower women to treat their careers like small businesses & equip them with the necessary tools to become confident entrepreneurs.

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Why We Do It

Gender inequality negatively impacts not only the creators of entertainment, but those who consume it on a regular basis.

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FACES Talk Ep 108: “Microaggressions”

In the latest episode of FACES Talk, hosts Rachel Arac and Connie Bumbaloni interview our Founder/ Executive Director, Brittany Rostron, about the cumulative damage of sexual microaggressions, what can be done to overcome them, and what it’s like to have an enormous photo splashed all over the cover a national newspaper. https://goo.gl/mzJx8q You can also […]

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FACES Talk: Ep 107 “Rainbow Notes”

Connie Bumbaloni and Rachel Arac interview Jules Rico of the WHCS radio show, “Rainbow Notes”. The trio discuss the most compelling TV shows addressing LGBTQ+ issues, Jules’s “make-it-happen” mentality, and who has the best face for radio.

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We are so excited to announce that the trailer for the new drama/thriller, Destroyer, has been released! #Femalefilmakerfriday #FemaleACEs #thefutureisfemale #bethechange #femalefilmmakers #femaleempowerment #womeninentertainment #womeninfilm #filmproduction #production

For family movie night, let's trade Disney Princess movies for Female Superhero films so our daughters can envision who they can be. #femaleempowerment #womeninentertainment #filmproduction #production #ChangetheRatio #huffpost #femalesuperheroine #femalesuperheroes

The Many Names of FACES

We realize the various names and titles associated with our organization can get confusing. So here’s the breakdown and some videos to help you remember:

Female Artistic & Commercial Entrepreneur Support: Full organization name

FACES: Organization’s acronym

Female ACE: An empowered woman who takes control of her entertainment career, or a female “artistic & commercial entrepreneur”

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We are so excited to announce that the trailer for the new drama/thriller, Destroyer, has been released!
Directed by our fellow #FemaleACE Karyn Kusama, Nicole Kidman transforms into the character of Erin Bell, an undercover cop who tries to infiltrate a gang in the California desert while confronting her own demons.
Click on the link below to view the trailer and mark your calendars!
m.youtube.com/watch?v=9g-j4wuEOPo

#Femalefilmakerfriday #FemaleACEs #thefutureisfemale #bethechange #femalefilmmakers #femaleempowerment #womeninentertainment #womeninfilm #filmproduction #production #womensupportingwomen #Genderequality #InclusionRider #ChangetheRatio #nicolekidman #karynkusama #destroyerfilm #DestroyerCheck out the official Destroyer trailer starring Nicole Kidman! Let us know what you think in the comments below. ► Buy Tickets to Destroyer: ?cmp=MCYT_YouT...
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For family movie night, let's trade Disney Princess movies for Female Superhero films so our daughters can envision who they can be.
Featured in the Huffington Post, a recent study shows that girls would be able to see themselves in leadership roles if they witnessed more superheroines on screen.
We, #FemaleACEs, agree and want to thank Huffington post for bringing this fact to life.

#ThankfulThursday #thankfulness #thefutureisfemale #bethechange #femalefilmmakers #femaleempowerment #womeninentertainment #womeninfilm #filmproduction #production #womensupportingwomen #Genderequality #InclusionRider #ChangetheRatio #huffpost #femalesuperheroine #femalesuperheroes
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Emmy Award Winning Producer, Marcia Mule, went back to her roots last night to pass some wisdom down.
At her alma mater, SUNY Buffalo State, Marcie hosted The Real Reality, an open seminar to discuss her career as well as challenges for gender and minority equality she witnessed in the television industry.
For those who want to start their own production company or direct/produce a show, this is Marcie's advice to you.
"If your staff looks like you, something needs to change."

#TipTuesday #FemaleACEs #thefutureisfemale #bethechange #femalefilmmakers #femaleempowerment #womeninentertainment #womenintelevision #womensupportingwomen #Genderequality #InclusionRider #ChangetheRatio #marciamule #Emmyawards #sunybuffalostatecollege #sunybuffalostate
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