Carla 2020 will comprise three days of virtual and digital keynotes, talks, roundtables, practical workshops, case studies and networking sessions with high-profile guests and attendants from all over the world. Find programme highlights below.
Programming will have daily themes:
Friday, August 21: What’s Wrong With The World? // featuring opening speeches and research presentations.
Saturday, August 22: Solutions For A New World // featuring keynote speeches, conversations and panel discussions
Sunday, August 23: Call To Action // featuring case studies, workshops, Power Player Roundtables and networking sessions
With Mo Abudu (Broadcaster & Entrepreneur, EbonyLife, Nigeria), Tabitha Jackson (Director of Sundance Film Festival, US) and Amma Asante (Director, UK)
How can we decolonise structures, narratives and the stories we tell?
With Victoria Thomas (London Film School, UK), Heather Rae (Producer & Activist, US), Danielle Davie (Visual Anthropologist, Lebanon), Liisa Holmberg (The Sami Film Institute) and many more.
With media analyst, broadcaster and experience designer Johanna Koljonen.
Carla will host the launch of Dr. Susan Liddy's book "Women in the International Film Industry: Policy, Practice and Power." With contributors from 17 countries providing a comprehensive analysis of the scale and impact of gender inequality in industries across the world.
Only in the digital world can we bring together 70 WIFT chapters from around the world!