This study is an effort to develop Indonesian film Industry database to promote more gender equality-friendly policies and decision making. The data will be sorted by gender were captured from secondary sources, website and public domain catalogue from film organization, film schools, festivals, and professional organizations. Gender segregation determined by three frameworks; gender differences, access and changes from time to time. This study will identify potential problems and then decide the indicators to link available data to the problem of gender disparity. We formulate problems that include: the presence of women, the statistical changes on women’s position in film production, wage equality, level of education, gender equality in film stories, film schools, and opportunities for education / professional improvement. In the later stage, this study will present the percentage of women in each profession from year to year by category; feature films, short films, final assignment films, and documentaries. All categories are presented in graphical form per profession, total number of women, total number of films, and the comparison of women and men in numbers. In the next stage, this study will also find how women’s access to awards, funding opportunities, scholarships and other training.
Keyword : methodology, framework, gender-disaggregated data.