WIFTI Summit 2023 –
29 Agosto 2023
Ultimi giorni per iscriversi al WIFTI Summit 2023 che si terrà ad Helsinki dal 22 al 24 settembre! Posti limitati!
Deadline: 8 settembre 2023.
WIFTM Italia sarà presente per conoscere, incontrare, dialogare, condividere, raccontare, ascoltare e portare a casa contatti, esperienze e storie.
La nostra Presidente Domizia De Rosa presenterà la nostra Carta di Comportamento Etico per il Settore Audiovisivo sabato 23 e discuterà di culture wars domenica 24, oltre a partecipare ai tavoli informali che si terranno fra le sessioni ufficiali.
Le informazioni per partecipare al Summit sono qui.
Questo il programma:
WIFTI HELSINKI SUMMIT 2023 – FACING THE FUTURE
FRIDAY 22nd September
16.00 – 17.30 Hotel Marski
Finnish Film Affair Closing Cocktails
for WIFTI Helsinki Summit guests by registration
General Assembly for WIFTI members
Informal Welcome Dinner
SATURDAY 23rd September
All events at Hanaholmen Cultural Center
Welcome by Hanaholmen Cultural Center, WIFT Finland and WIFT International
SESSION 1: WIFTI WORLDWIDE
10.05 Who is who: Members’ presentation round conducted by Helene Granqvist
11.00 Gender Equality Catch-up
Professor Lisa French (Australia)
Dr Eva Flicker (Austria)
Dr Susan Liddy (Ireland)
Dr Greta Gober (Poland
Dr Tarja Savolainen (Finland)
Moderated by Dr Susan Liddy
SESSION 2: MAKING A DIFFERENCE
12.00 We Are The Change
How has the emergence of women and underrepresented minorities changed the media, the industry and art forms, and what does it mean? With director Katja Gauriloff, Skolt Sámi, Finland; director Fawzia Mirza, US/Canada, and editor Theo Lindberg, Sweden
SESSION 3: THE FUTURE IS HERE
14.30 AI and change – what is visible, what is underway, and how to deal with it
We are offered multiple horror scenarios side by side with creative and scientific new possibilities and our audio-visual industry is rightfully debating artistic principles, rights issues, and biased AI.
With Liselott Forsman, Nordic Film & TV Fond. 10+10
14.50 The Bigger Picture by WIFT Denmark
The campaign A Bigger Picture/Et Større Billede aims to improve the representation of minoritized people in Danish film and TV.
With Laura Allen Muller, WIFT Denmark
15.05 Reframe initiative by WIF LA and Sundance
ReFrame designs and leads systemic change programs in Hollywood in partnership with key industry leaders and companies. ReFrame ReSource is an online hub of culture change tools and best practices created in collaboration with 50+ diversity advocacy organizations, on topics ranging from equity in development, to production, hiring, and audience development.
With Andria Wilson Mirza
15.25 The Equality Tool for AV-industry by WIFT Finland
The digital tool helps those working in the industry to take concrete actions to improve equality and to comply with the legislation and/or do a production specific equality plan. The tool is to facilitate the planning of TV and film content, employment relations and workplace safety from an equality perspective.
With Eeva-Sofia Anttonen
15.40 Comments 5’:
Brigitte Monneau, Canada on Woman as a specialist-tool and the Parity radar (on-line, on screen)
Domizia De Rosa, Italy, on Rules for Ethical Behavior in the Audiovisual Field Sector
Alejandra FC Zarazua, Sweden, on WIFT Tech
Commentary – wrap up
With Debra Zimmerman, Women Make Movies, NY / USA
SESSION 4: MAKING HISTORY
16.45 WIF Los Angeles@50
WIF Board President, Amy Baer and WIF CEO Kirsten Schaffer will share stories of how this community was built, what change looks like now and what’s next for WIF and the movement.
19.30 WIF LA 50 YEARS – CELEBRATION DINNER
Speeches and dance! Hosted by WIF LA
THE WIFTI PEACE PRIZE presented by Helene Granqvist
SUNDAY 24th September
SESSION 5: WOMEN IN CHARGE
10.00 Leading change – TBC
10.20 People, Places and Power
A discussion on leadership and economic equity in the European media and entertainment context.
With filmmaker Victoria Thomas, UK, and producer Grace Maharaj, WIFT Sweden
10.40 WIFTI: In search of inclusivity – Spotlight on age.
Dr Asier Gil Vazquez – Spain
Dr Deborah Jermyn – UK
Dr Susan Liddy – Ireland
Professor Bernadette Luciano – Italy/New Zealand
Moderator: Dr Susan Liddy
11.40 PARALLEL SESSIONS in break out rooms on:
● How to run a successful chapter by WIF LA and WFTV UK – how to support smaller chapters (guidelines, advice, shoulders)
● Gender inclusive language and chapter names – how are chapters changing their names and or descriptions of their work to be more inclusive of underrepresented genders including non-binary and transgender members? – Andria Wilson Mirza
● Benchmarking programs: mentoring, upskilling, advocacy TBC
● Sustainability TBC
SESSION 6: THE GOOD FIGHT
13.30 Culture Wars
Right-wing governments around the world are using culture (including film, TV and media) as a means to move forward repressive agendas. As filmmakers and storytellers how do we work together to put an end to the policies and practices that are reversing decades of work toward equality?
With Domizia De Rosa, Italy, Elina Knihtilä, Finland, Norma Jean Straw, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, USA, Kirsten Schaffer, WIF LA
14.15 Bollywood, Nollywood, Hollywood
The three largest film and television producing regions in the world together generate over $644.2 billion dollars and capture 5.6 billion viewers. How well are each of these industries serving women and underrepresented genders? What best practices can each region share with each other and the international community?
With Guneet Kapoor, India, Ajoke Silva, Nigeria, Fawzia Mirza US/Canada, Amy Baer, WIF LA
SESSION 7: FACING THE FUTURE
15.15 NEXT STEPS for WIFTI
Professional global guilds and peer groups initiative
How to extend the global network of chapters to sub-networks for members without straining chapters – a proposition on constructing easy platforms to discuss professional matters in a systematic way.
With Marjaana Mykkänen, WIFT Finland
INITIATIVES AND CONCLUSIONS FROM PARALLEL SESSIONS BREAKOUT ROOMS
SESSION 8: CHANGE OF GUARDS
15.30 Helene Granqvist from Sweden ends her 5-year term with honors as Dr Susan Liddy from Ireland steps in with a warm welcome.
Helene Granqvist with Valeria Richter: Farewell speech
Dr Susan Liddy: Inauguration speech
16.00 Meet The Irish
The reception will be hosted by the Embassy of Ireland, Finland. It will be attended by Ambassador Ruth Parkin.
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