Social Sustainability: How Can Film Schools Become More Diverse and Accessible in a Sustainable Way?
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Social Sustainability: How Can Film Schools Become More Diverse and Accessible in a Sustainable Way?

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Social Sustainability: How Can Film Schools Become More Diverse and Accessible in a Sustainable Way?

On Thursday, diversity and inclusion experts from Copenhagen, London, and Berlin will discuss their insights and findings from their universities. How do they define their roles? What opportunities and challenges do they see? As gatekeepers and door-openers, film schools can shape and actively change the future of the film scene on both a national and international level. But how can we guarantee that the issues of diversity, inclusion, and accessibility have not only temporarily come to the forefront, but are sustainably applied and integrated into the structures of film schools and consequently into those of the film industry?


Fatih Abay (European Film Academy), Dee Kerai (London Film School) and Jakob Høgel (National Film School of Denmark) will be on the panel. Aida Begović (Diversity and Inclusion Strategy Coordinator) will moderate the discussion.


In cooperation with the European Film Academy and Creative Europe Desk Munich


Thursday, November 16
3:30 – 5:00 pm
HFF Audimax
Language: English
All are welcome

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