WFT Ireland: Writers/Directors/Producers - Survey 2017
In an effort to collect much-needed stats and research about gender and the Irish film&TV industry, Women in Film&TV Ireland would appreciate if you could take a moment to fill in this quick survey. It takes less than a minute and it is confidential. We are concentrating, in this instance, on the high-level creative roles of writer, director and producer.
You do not need to be a member or associated with WFT to complete this survey.
If you would like to join WFT please do so at
1. Do you identify as
2. Is your primary income source as
3. Do you work primarily in
Free online content distributor (e.g. Youtube, Vimeo)
Subscription online content distributor (e.g. Netflix, Amazon, Hulu)
4. How long have you worked professionally in your current capacity as a writer/producer/director?
Under 5 years
5 - 10 years
10 - 15 years
15 years or more
5. If you work in film, do you work primarily in
6. If you work in Television or online media, do you work primarily in
News / Current Affairs
7. Do you work primarily in
Irish production in Ireland
UK/ EU production in Ireland
UK/ EU production in the UK / EU
Production in the US
8. Over the past two years, what is your annual pre-tax income from your work asa director/producer/writer for film and TV? (Please exclude income earned from other sources)
Under €30,000 per year
€30,000 - €45,000 per year
€45,000 - €60,000 per year
€60,000 - €75,000 per year
€75,000 - €100,000 per year
€100,000 - €150,000 per year
€150,000 or more per year
9. Over the last two years, what is the average per-hour production budget of the projects on which you have worked as a director/producer/writer?
Under €50,000 per hour
€50,000 - €100,000 per hour
€100,000 - €500,000 per hour
€500,000 - €1,000,000 per hour
€1,000,000 - €2,000,000 per hour
€2,000,000 - €5,000,000 per hour
€5,000,000 or more per hour
10. Do you work primarily
directly with an Irish TV channel (RTÉ, TG4, TV3)
with an Irish independent production company
with an Irish production company in co-production with an international production company
with a UK / EU independent production company
with a US independent production company
11A. Have you ever considered gender was a factor when negotiating a tender, or when interviewing for a commission?
11B. If you answered Yes or Don’t Know above, on the occasion(s) where you considered gender may have been a factor, did you feel your gender to be
An advantage in the context of the commission
A disadvantage in the context of the commission
Substantively irrelevant in the context of the commission
11C. Please give details of circumstances when you feel this occurred. Your answer will remain anonymous and will be treated with strictest confidence:
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