The Female Gaze 2.0 and beyond – capturing women on screen
Filmrummet in collaboration with Nordisk Panorama invite you to a session with an esteemed international panel about the female perspective on screen.
Why do we need the female story on film? How can we elevate focus and steer away from stereotypical perspectives? Is there enough knowledge about how we support and evaluate women’s voices? And why is this crucial for future generations? Through discussions and by watching clips, these questions will be explored.
Danielle Beverly, Filmmaker and Professor in Film Studies at NorthWestern University in Doha
Filmmakers from FatFront
Magnus Gertten, Director and Producer at AutoImages (Every Face has a Name, Harbor of Hope, Nelly and Nadine)
Åsa Riton, Filmmaker (Her Story WIP)
Charlotte Gry Madsen, Commissioning Editor, SVT
Klara Grunning, The Swedish Film Institute
When and where:
Sunday 22 September 16.00–17.30
Cinema Panora 2, Folkets Bio, Friisgatan 19, Malmö
Open event, no pre-registration is required
The seminar is held in English
Happy Hour with the Swedish Film Institute and Nordisk Panorama
The Swedish Film Institute invites for a night of mingle, networking and the opportunity to meet the Film Commissioners Klara Grunning and Juan Pablo Libossart, as well as other Film Institute representatives. During the Happy Hour, Meet The Decision Makers will also take place. Welcome!
When and where:
Sunday 22 September, 18.00–20.00
Grand Öl & Mat, Monbijougatan 17, Malmö
No pre-registration but festival accreditation is required
Publicerad 26 augusti 2019