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UCL, BFI Launch $1.4 Million Study Into Racial Inequality in the U.K. Film Industry

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K.J. Yossman One of London’s leading universities has launched a £1 million ($1.4 million) research project into racial inequality and diversity in the UK film industry.University College London, working closely with the British Film Institute, have launched a three-year research study titled “The Colour of Diversity: A Longitudinal Analysis of BFI Diversity Standards Data and Racial Inequality in the UK Film Industry.” It has been described as the “largest ever study of racial inequality in.

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