At this year's EFM Horizon during the Berlin International Film Festival, The Swedish Film Institute will co-host a panel discussing the road ahead for the 50/50 by 2020 movement. Featuring a keynote from CEO Anna Serner, the panel 50/50 – A Roadmap for the Future will take place on Sunday, February 23 at Berliner Freiheit. Pre-registration is available now.
50/50 – A Roadmap for the Future
Co-hosted by the Swedish Film Institute and featuring its CEO, Anna Serner, the panel will explore the road ahead for the 50/50 by 2020-movement. From its beginnings as a call to action for gender parity in the funding schemes of films in Sweden, it has grown to become a global movement which embraces the entire filmic eco-system, working towards the increased representation and structural inclusion of other equity-seeking groups.
Featuring a keynote from Anna Serner on the origins of the movement, the conversation will highlight the experiences and insights of key change-makers who have created innovative and inclusive initiatives, with a view to finding its coordinates for the future.
Anna Serner, CEO, The Swedish Film Institute
Dame Heather Rabbatts, DBE, Chair of Time’s Up UK
Delphyne Besse, Co-Founder and Co-President, Collectif 50/50
Additional panelist TBC
Moderator: Wendy Mitchell, Contributing Editor, Screen International and Screen Daily
Time and place:
Sunday, February 23, 2:00 – 3:15pm
Berliner Freiheit, Potsdamer Platz, 10785 Berlin
Please note that all EFM Horizon events require a market badge or press accreditation, and that admission will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
For any press inquiries or interview requests, please contact Petra Kauraisa, email@example.com.
The Swedish Film Institute works to promote film across the board – from idea to finished product, during launch in Sweden and around the world, and by preserving films for posterity in our archives. The Guldbagge Awards are Sweden’s leading film awards and have been presented by The Swedish Film Institute since 1964. In our database The Swedish Film Database you can search for information about all Swedish feature-length films released at the cinema since 1897.