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september 10

06/09/2016 h 11:00Villa degli Autori
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Diversity and Italian film

How are the many facets of diversity portrayed on the big screen, and reflected in Italy's audiovisual industry? How are the myriad identities concerning gender, ethnic group, religion, ability and disability, legal status, social milieu and all the other "differences" represented? Is the ‘cultural exception' referred to in the European Commission programs really safeguarded, as the European directives would have it? Does Italy's audiovisual output and programming guarantee pluralism and inclusion?
Film professionals and experts in this field meet to discuss how to design diversity policies that involve not just the issues but also the players, and compare notes on the awareness and promotion of diversity and the inherent opportunities it offers today.
The conference, which will take place on Tuesday, September 6 at 11 a.m., in the garden of the Villa degli Autori, has been organized by ANAC and #peruncinemadiverso in a joint collaboration with Venice Days.  Moderated by: Umberto Marino.

Speakers include:
Francesco Ranieri Martinotti (president of ANAC), Leonardo De Franceschi (Università Roma Tre), Bruno Torri (SNCCI), Laura Delli Colli (SNGCI), Deborah Young (film critic), Antonio Falduto (professor at  UNINT Università), Steve Della Casa (film critic), Patrizia Fregonese (EWA), Cecilia Ermini (Mostra Internazionale del Nuovo Cinema di Pesaro), Giulia Grassilli (Human Rights Nights), Paolo Masini (MiBACT), Nadia Kibout (actress and director), as well as a number of filmmakers attending the Venice Film Festival.


06/09/2016 h 11:00Villa degli Autori
Free Entrance

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