The "EV" - Exposure Value - is independent of film speed. It indicates a combination that will allow a specific amount of light to pass. If you are familiar with reciprocity (n.b. NOT "reciprocity FAILURE"), an exposure of 1 second @ f/22 will allow the same amount of light to pass as an exposure of 1/60 second @ f/2.8 - both -- I'll check the Hasselblad lens scales -- have the same "EV" - 9. 1/60 second @ f/5.6; 1/8 second @ f/8; 1/4 second @ f/ 11 ... All allow the same amount of light - and all are EV 9.
The sensitivity of an exposure meter is represented by the lowest and highest EVs it can read at a given film speed; therefore, @ ISO 100 - a given meter may be capable of reading EV 2 - 2 seconds @ f/2.8; to EV 18 - 1/500 second @ f/22.