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.

About Us

What We Do

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

Our Programs

Why We Do It

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

The Facts

In Our Voice

FACES Talk: Ep 108 “Microaggressions”

Rachel and Connie 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 an international newspaper.

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For this #FemaleFilmmakerFriday we honor producer Gabriela Rodriguez for her work on @ROMACuaron, which has 10 Oscar nominations. #FemaleACEs #thefutureisfemale #bethechange #femaleempowerment #womeninentertainment #womeninfilm

Although the numbers were low for women behind the camera last year, in 2018 films with female leads hit record levels! #ThankfulThursday #FemaleACEs #thefutureisfemale #bethechange #femaleempowerment #femalefilmmakers #GenderEquality

Check out our talented #FemaleACE and #WomanCrushWednesday, @amanda_bruton who stars as her alter-ego Connie Bumbaloni in her new episode of Confessions by Connie! @Conniebigballz gives us a run down of the do’s and don’ts of #ValentinesDay! Link in Bio! #WCW #FemaleACEs

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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For this #FemaleFilmmakerFriday we honor producer Gabriela Rodriguez for her work on Roma, which has 10 Oscar nominations.

Rodriguez is the first Latina woman to receive a Best Picture nomination at the Academy Awards!

#FemaleACEs #thefutureisfemale #bethechange #femaleempowerment #womeninentertainment #womeninfilm #femalefilmmakers #womensupportingwomen #AcademyAwards #Oscars
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Although the numbers were low for women behind the camera last year, in 2018 films with female leads hit record levels!

According to the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, 40 out of the top 100-grossing films had a female lead or co-lead. This is the highest amount in the past 12 years!

Unfortunately the advances were not equal among women. Only 11 out of the 40 female leads were from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups.

#ThankfulThursday #Thankfulness #grateful #FemaleACEs #thefutureisfemale #bethechange #femaleempowerment #womeninentertainment #womeninfilm #femalefilmmakers #womensupportingwomen #GenderEquality #ChangeTheRatio #InclusionRider
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Director of the Berlin Film Festival, Dieter Kosslick, officially pledged to work toward achieving total gender parity throughout the festival in the coming years. The goal is to have an equal men-to-women ratio within the festival’s jury and staff, as well as in the creative teams behind its film selections.

Kosslick was inspired to make the pledge after the enormous success of female filmmakers at this year’s ceremony. Nearly half of the 400 films screened had female directors. What’s more, seven out of the 17 films competing for the Golden Bear Award were directed by women, the highest number in the history of the Berlin Film Festival!

#FemaleACEs #thefutureisfemale #bethechange #femaleempowerment #womeninentertainment #womeninfilm #femalefilmmakers #GenderEquality #ChangeTheRatio #HeforShe #HimforHer
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