This year, every film nominated for Best Picture was about a man.
Steve Jobs and Edward Snowden both had two movies made about them this year.
Yet Harriet Tubman has only ever appeared cinematically in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
And the "one-dimensional female character" still pervades Hollywood.
Of the top 100 grossing films in 2014, women represented 30% of all speaking characters, says the CSWTF.
29% of those were major characters, 12% were protagonists, and 13% were leaders (executives, politicians, doctors etc).
Of the female characters appearing in films, the racial breakdown was as follows: 74% white, 11% black, 4% Latino, 4% Asian, 4% other, and this being the movie industry, 3% otherworldly, according to the report.
And no Oscar-acknowledged trans characters have ever been played by a transgender actress.
Twitter has pitched thousands of film ideas, now its time for Hollywood to start writing.
Ema O'Connor is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Washington, DC.