Q_talk: Best practices in front of and behind the camera

Pro Quote Film presents "Q_talk – Best Practices in front of and behind the camera". A digital conference where women of the European film industry will share their expertise.

Whether on a political, activist, scientific or cinematic level - best practices and expertise are existing all over Europe and we will make them visible.

Let's look beyond the national borders and get inspired: How do the Danish playwrights use a " Manufestet" to work against stereotypes in film and how do Cherylee Houston and her organization TripleC from England manage to open the film set for people with disabilities?

We invite you to join the Q_TALK presented by Jenni Zylka as a journey through Europe to explore the quota discussion from a European perspective.

EWA Network will be represented by Tamara Tatishvili


14:30 Best Practices in front of the camera

Jenni Zylka in conversation with

Ria Hebden, UK, Host of ITV’s Lorraine and Wonder Women TV,
Member of British Academy of Film and Televison Arts, BAFTA

Maja Jul Larsen, DK, Screenwriter of the successful series "Borgen” and “Follow the Money” (inquired)

Cherylee Houston, UK, Actor and Co-founder of TripleC, collective for disabled and non-disabled creatives

Anca Miruna Lăzărescu, DE, Director „Hackerville“ and „We are the wave“


15:30 Best Practices behind the camera

Host: Jenny Zylka will present the journey through Europe to explore the quota discussion from a European perspective.
1 Intro Studio: EU Status Quo (Data & Facts) Barbara Rohm

2 Keynote speech by Dr Susan Liddy, author of  “Women in the International Film Industry”, Department of Media & Communication Studies MIC Limerick, Chair WIFT Ireland and Writers Guild, Equality Action Committee

Keynote followed by Discussion & Talk with
Dr. Susan Liddy

Daphne TepperDirector UNI MEI, UNI global union – media, entertainment & arts, Publisher „Achieving gender equality and promoting diversity in the European Audiovisual sector“

Tamara Tatshivili, Consultant to film industry, European Women’s Audiovisual Network, EWA