Panel till ett mångfaldsseminarium på Berlins filmfestival arrangerat av Filminstitutet
Ylva Habel, photo: Staffan Carlsson; Anna Serner, photo: Jessica Hanlon; Effie T. Brown, photo: Brett Hillyard; Matthijs Wouter Knol, photo: Angela Regenbrecht/Berlinale; Emilia Roig, photo: Mohamed Badarne

Who counts? – intersectionality in practice

Join Anna Serner, CEO of the Swedish Film Institute, for a conversation about intersectionality in practice, with guests who are shaping the landscape of the film industry. The conversation was held on March 1 at European Film Market online, Berlinale.

The conversation highlights tools and best practices that the audience can incorporate into their businesses daily and strategically, focusing on strategies and methods for working towards equity and against discrimination in film and television.

Effie T. Brown, CEO, Gamechanger Films; Producer, Dear White PeopleReal Women Have Curves
Dr. Emilia Roig, Executive Director, Center for Intersectional Justice 
Matthijs Wouter Knol, Director of the European Film Academy; former Director of the European Film Market

The event marks the international launch of the Swedish Film Institute’s report Which Women?, which looks at the impact of ethnicity, race, age and gender, on working conditions for women of color in the Swedish film industry. The findings will be discussed by Anna Serner and researcher Ylva Habel.

The report Which women? is available for download here >> 

When: Monday, March 1, 14:00–15:00
Where: European Film Market online >>

The event is free and open to the public. Accreditation or pre-registration not required.

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