Moms-in-Film Blog
At the intersection of parenthood and filmmaking
"Let me tell you something, it will never be the right time for anybody in your life that you get pregnant," says Saldana, noting that last year, "the productions I was slated to work on sort of had a panic. I heard through the grapevine there was even a conversation of me being written off of one of the projects."

"I was like, 'Oh, my God, are you kidding me? It's this bad?' Right when I just feel super-duper happy, is that inconvenient for you? That me, as a woman in my thirties, I finally am in love and I am finally starting my life? And it's (screwing) your schedule up? Really?"

Zoe Saldana for USA Today:
Hollywood should pay childcare.
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by Jennifer Fischer
On missing her son's first day of pre-school because of a film shoot
by Hope Dickson Leach
Making my first film made me see myself again
by Ron Dawson
Family Sacrifices and Double Standards
by Alistair Foster
On being a parent and working in the film industry
by Holly Ajala
From Creative Capital
Julia Hart's entry
Spoiler: she wears her son.
by Marina Cashdan
...and still be a successful artist
by Rachael Sigee
At the Bridget Jones's Baby Premiere
by Bogna Jordan making her first feature
by Caytha Jentis
Going from Mom to Movie Maker with No Fear
by Catherine Pearson
...if their bodies 'bounce back'.
by Michele Weldon
On moms in film and TV
by Elissa Strauss
Make fun of me on TV, please!
To My Fellow Film Industry Job Creators
Schwartman discusses her honest pregnancy experience in her Part I Pregnancy PSA
by Working Mother
Making Movies with Aline Brosh McKenna
Aline, a renowned screenwriter, describes her experience in Hollywood and offers advice for aspiring writers
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has plenty of interviews and testimonials on their website. Check them out!
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