Here the winners of the 2018 Women In Film Crystal + Lucy Awards

Here the winners of the 2018 Women In Film Crystal + Lucy Awards

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Women In Film, Los Angeles (WIF LA) announces the winners of the 2018 Women In Film Crystal + Lucy Awards® presented by Max Mara, Lancôme. Every year since 1977, Women In Film Los Angeles pays tribute to women who have distinguished themselves in the entertainment industry – exemplary, creative and revolutionary women, excellences of their industry. The annual charity gala is in favor of the educational and philanthropic programs of WIF LA and in support of gender equality for women across the sector.

The winners of the 2018 Crystal + Lucy Awards ® are:
The Crystal Award for Excellence in Film – BRIE LARSON
The Lucy Award for Excellence in Television – CHANNING DUNGEY, awarded by ELLEN POMPEO
The Women In Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award® – ALEXANDRA SHIPP awarded by REGINA HALL and MARIA GIULIA MARAMOTTI, Max Mara Vice President US Retail and Global Brand Ambassador
The Women In Film Artistic Excellence Award – NOVA Wav (DENISIA “BLU JUNE” ANDREWS and BRITTANY “CHI” CONEY), awarded by CHLOE x HALLE with a special musical performance
The Lexon Beacon Award – the protagonists of BLACK PANTHER in front of and behind the camera

Leaders from the past and today will receive recognition for their outstanding leadership in advancing towards gender equality. Among these we report: Allison Anders (director), Barbara Boyle (film producer), Madeline Di Nonno (CEO of The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media), Jane Fleming (President Emerita of the Board of WIF), Melissa Goodman (Director of LGBTQ at the ACLU of Southern California), Iris Grossman (President Emerita of the Board of WIF), Catherine Hardwicke (director), Christy Haubegger (CAA agent), Rosilyn Heller (film producer), Gale Anne Hurd (film producer), Lynne Littman (director ), Katie McGrath (Bad Robot Co-Chief Executive Officer), Rachel Morrison (Director of Photography), Marcia Nasatir (Film Producer), Susan Bay Nimoy (Director), Euzhan Palcy (Director), Kimberly Peirce (Director), Keri Putnam (director of the Sundance Institute), Angela Robinson (director), Cathy Schulman (president of the board of WIF), Jamie Tarses (TV producer).
We add Shohreh Agdashlo (actress), Victoria Alonso (Marvel Studios executive vice president), Alison Brie (actress, GLOW), Alice Eve (actress, REPLICAS), Kate Flannery (actress), Katherine Langford (actress, 13) REASONS WHY, LOVE, SIMON), Jane Lynch (actress), Justine Machado (actress, ONE DAY AT A TIME), Michel Prada (actress, VIDA), France Raisa (actress, GROWN-ISH), Storm Reid (actress, A WRINKLE IN TIME), Diane Warren (author), Michaela Watkins (actress, CASUAL) and many others.
Cathy Schulman, President of Women In Film, Los Angeles, said: “Throughout its history, Women In Film has focused its efforts on the defense of gender equality that is now making its way into the world of cinema as a wave abnormal. This year’s theme of the Gala + Lucy Awards is ‘Ignited’, with reference to the turning point we are experiencing and the responsibility of Women In Film as a thought leader to keep the flame burning towards a sustainable, free future. from the constraints of gender prejudices “.

The edition of the Crystal + Lucy Awards 2018 are presented for the 16th year by Max Mara and for the first year by Lancôme. The event is designed and produced by Academy Award®-winning producer Cathy Schulman and Event Eleven’s Tony Schubert. Iris Grossman, President Emerita of Women In Film, Los Angeles, returns this year as a Councilor for the recognition of prizes.


Women In Film, Los Angeles (WIF LA) annuncia le vincitrici dei 2018 Women In Film Crystal + Lucy Awards® presentati da Max Mara, Lancôme. Ogni anno dal 1977, Women In Film Los Angeles rende omaggio alle donne che si sono distinte nell’industria dello spettacolo – donne esemplari, creative e rivoluzionarie, eccellenze del proprio settore. L’annuale gala di beneficenza è a favore dei programmi educativi e filantropici di WIF LA e a sostegno della parità di genere per le donne di tutto il settore.

Le vincitrici dei 2018 Crystal + Lucy Awards ® sono:
The Crystal Award for Excellence in Film – BRIE LARSON
The Lucy Award for Excellence in Television – CHANNING DUNGEY, premiata da ELLEN POMPEO
The Women In Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award ® – ALEXANDRA SHIPP premiata da REGINA HALL e da MARIA GIULIA MARAMOTTI, Max Mara Vice President US Retail and Global Brand Ambassador
The Women In Film Artistic Excellence Award – NOVA Wav (DENISIA “BLU JUNE” ANDREWS e BRITTANY “CHI” CONEY), premiata da CHLOE x HALLE con una speciale performance musicale
The Lexon Beacon Award – le protagoniste di BLACK PANTHER davanti e dietro la macchina da presa

Le leader del passato e di oggi riceveranno un riconoscimento per la loro leadership eccezionale nell’avanzamento verso la parità di genere. Tra queste segnaliamo: Allison Anders (regista), Barbara Boyle (produttrice cinematografica), Madeline Di Nonno ( CEO di The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media), Jane Fleming (Presidente Emerita del Consiglio di WIF), Melissa Goodman (Direttrice del LGBTQ alla ACLU del Sud California), Iris Grossman (Presidente Emerita del Consiglio di WIF), Catherine Hardwicke (regista), Christy Haubegger (agente CAA), Rosilyn Heller ( produttrice cinematografica), Gale Anne Hurd (produttrice cinematografica), Lynne Littman (regista), Katie McGrath (Bad Robot Co-Chief Executive Officer), Rachel Morrison (direttore della fotografia), Marcia Nasatir (produttrice cinematografica), Susan Bay Nimoy (regista), Euzhan Palcy (regista), Kimberly Peirce (regista), Keri Putnam (direttrice del Sundance Institute), Angela Robinson (regista), Cathy Schulman (presidente del consiglio di WIF), Jamie Tarses (produttore TV) .
Si aggiungono Shohreh Agdashlo (attrice), Victoria Alonso (executive vice president of physical production, Marvel Studios), Alison Brie (attrice, GLOW), Alice Eve (attrice, REPLICAS), Kate Flannery (attrice), Katherine Langford (attrice, 13 REASONS WHY, LOVE, SIMON), Jane Lynch (attrice), Justine Machado (attrice, ONE DAY AT A TIME), Michel Prada (attrice, VIDA), Francia Raisa (attrice, GROWN-ISH), Storm Reid (attrice, A WRINKLE IN TIME), Diane Warren (autrice), Michaela Watkins (attrice, CASUAL) e molti altri.
Cathy Schulman, Presidente di Women In Film, Los Angeles, ha dichiarato: “Nel corso della sua storia, Women In Film ha concentrato i propri sforzi nella difesa della parità di genere che oggi si sta facendo strada nel mondo del cinema come un’onda anomala. Il tema del Gala Crystal + Lucy Awards di quest’anno è ‘Ignited’, con riferimento al momento di svolta che stiamo vivendo e alla responsabilità di Women In Film in qualità di leader di pensiero per mantenere accesa la fiamma verso un futuro sostenibile, libero dalle costrizioni dei pregiudizi di genere”.

L’edizione dei Crystal + Lucy Awards 2018 sono presentati per il 16esimo anno da Max Mara e per il primo anno da Lancôme. L’evento è progettato e prodotto dalla produttrice premio Oscar Cathy Schulman e da Tony Schubert di Event Eleven. Iris Grossman, Presidente Emerita di Women In Film, Los Angeles, ritorna quest’anno in qualità di Consigliera per il riconoscimento dei premi.