EUROPEAN ROUND TABLES
As part of our study on parity in European cinema, we co-organize and take part in round tables with various European film organizations. Check out some of these exciting moments on this page.
The place of women in European cinema:
Are we making progress?
Women in European cinema:
where do we stand exactly?
For the third year running, Le Lab was able to present the results of its updated study alongside various European organizations during this round-table discussion. The event was organized by the European Women’s Audiovisual Network, UNI Europa – Media, Entertainment & Arts and the European Film Agency Directors Association (EFAD), in partnership with the Fédération Internationale des Acteurs (FIA), the Federation of European Screen Directors (FERA), the Observatoire Européen de l’Audiovisuel, Cineuropa and Le Lab Femmes de Cinéma. The event was filmed by Cineuropa, and is also available on their website.
Conference co-organized by the Lab around the release of our 2021 study, as well as the EAO qualitative study on women in cinema. This online conference has a European dimension, co-organized by seven European organizations: the European Film Agency Directors Association (EFAD), the European Women’s Audiovisual Network (EWA Network), UNI Europa – Media, Entertainment & Arts (EUROMEI), the European Audiovisual Observatory, the International Federation of Actors (FIA) and the Federation of European Screen Directors (FERA).
Collectif 5050’s 2021 conference
Film funds and 50/50 policies in European Cinema
As part of the Collectif 5050’s 2021 conference on parity and diversity in the film industry, Le Lab presented its 2021 study and the major trends and highlights that emerged.
Round-table discussion co-organized by the Lab around the 2020 release of our qualitative study on the place of women directors in Europe. This online conference “Film funds and 5050 policies” is an exchange between the Lab and representatives of national film centers. The countries represented in this round table are Sweden, Spain, Ireland, Luxembourg and France.