Regina K. Scully
Founder and CEO, Artemis Rising Foundation
Films are storytelling brought to life. Documentaries tell the stories of people whose stories need to be heard. Regina Scully is an award-winning documentary film producer who is trying to change minds and hearts through storytelling. Whether covering the epidemic of rape in the U.S. military or on college campuses (“The Invisible War”, “The Hunting Ground”), the under-representation of women in positions of power (“Miss Representation”), or the novel contributions of Mr. Rogers to television and children’s education (“Won’t You Be My Neighbor”), Regina discusses how films can motivate viewers to influence public policy, social policy and inspire change.
official trailer, “The Invisible War”
official trailer, “The Hunting Ground”
official trailer, “Miss Representation”
official trailer, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor”
In this interview, we discussed the findings published by the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the representation of gender, race and age in 1,200 of the highest earning fictional films released domestically between 2007 and 2018.
This report, titled, “Inclusion in the Director’s Chair” may be found at: http://assets.uscannenberg.org/docs/inclusion-in-the-directors-chair-2019.pdf
Other reports conducted by the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative may be found at: https://annenberg.usc.edu/research/aii