Sunday 9 February from 3-5pm at the Hungarian Cultural Centre – Dorotheenstrasse 12.
Noticeable shifts in the gender equality policies of some European governments and film funding organisations have occurred over the past year and EWA Network has been working alongside a number of European organisations to bring about change and raise awareness.
These changes will be described by the decision makers and discussed by filmmakers, representatives of film agencies and gender equality experts during this political round table event.
The event will be moderated by Ada Solomon, producer of Poziţia Copilului (Child’s Pose) winner of the Golden Bear 2013, and Simon Perry, President of ACE (Ateliers du Cinéma Européen).
Panellists will include Sanja Ravlic, president of the gender equality study group for Eurimages;Anna Serner, CEO of the Swedish Film Institute; Ildiko Enyedi, Hungarian director, Anna Wydra - producer, Otter Films (Poland) and Carol Comley (Head of Strategic Development - BFI).
The event is being organised by the Hungarian Cultural Centre of Berlin in co-operation with the European Women’s Audiovisual Network (www.ewawomen.com) and will be followed by a QnA and a reception.
Please rsvp:firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to attend or for more information. Places are limited although there will be a screening room next door for those who wish to listen to the event live when the space is fully booked.