Mrs. Bridgeman who herself builds no bridges. Women and/in Hungarian cinema (industry) in the past sixty years

The article explores women's involvement in the production processes of film industry during state-socialist times and after. Based on original research, and approaching existing source material from a new perspective, the study asks the question of whether state-socialist policies to encourage women's employment also affected the domain of creative work? The text also juxtaposes a relatively favourable representation of women during the decades of state-socialism with recent male-dominated, if not homosocial shooting and production processes.