Amma Asante MBE part of Carla 2020 21 – 23 Aug: conversations on new visions for diversity & inclusion in film & TV – Register FREE now

Carla 2020 is a three-day digital conference and bring together new visions for diversity & inclusion in the global film & TV industry. Amma is one of the opening speakers talking on social change in the industry, Amma is a multi-award winning writer and director who won a BAFTA for her first film, A Way of Life (2004). This made her the first Black director to win a BAFTA Film Award for writing and directing a feature film. You can catch the opening speeches from 5pm on Friday 21st. FULL programme here.

Carla 2020 will unpack power structures, give space to unheard voices and celebrate activism in its various forms. Presenting foreground listening, sharing and constructive discussions the aim is for you to leave with new tools, strategies and inspiration to implement in your country of origin.

During the fully digital three-day symposium the international film ecosystem will convene: film professionals, researchers, public officials, film school representatives, studio and broadcast executives, financiers, journalists and activists will come together in conversations, roundtables, networking and with keynotes, speeches and research reports and be able to participate in workshops and speed networking.  The event is hosted by gender equality organisation Women in Film & TV International, and will run from August 21-23.

The mission of Carla 2020 is to generate a deeper understanding of the power and impact of the industry on cultural progress. Reaching beyond the work of film festivals and industry events, Carla 2020 will focus on systemic change and personal growth of all players in the industry.  Register FREE now:

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