This paper examines the dynamic relationship between work and life through the experiences of three mothers seeking to realise careers in the freelance film industry in Melbourne, Australia. The women were part of a larger sample of postproduction workers who were surveyed on their responses to technological change in the postproduction freeelance film industry but were out of the industry having children during the first wave of technological change. The paper examines qualitative data from these women and later longitudinal data in order to understand the limits of equal opportunity in an uneven playing field.
|Keywords:||Women, Mothers, Freelance Film Industry, Equal Opportunities, Freelance Labour|
Lecturer in Scriptwriting, School of Creative and Communication Studies, Deakin University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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