Despite a 50% split of male and female film graduates, women are still struggling to get equal representation in the screen industries. WIFT Vic patron Sue Maslin, screen producer and RMIT adjunct professor, addressed this issue in a keynote speech at RMIT on December 2, 2015 as part of the Graduate Research Conference in the School
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Nov 29, 2015 07:29 am - Posted by wiftvic
Join us for this very special advanced preview of Suffragette directed by Sarah Gavron screenplay Abi Morgan featuring Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham Carter and Meryl Streep followed by Q&A with Dr Helen Pankhurst – women’s rights activist and great-granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst. Meet up afterwards at the Nova bar to kick up our heels –
Nov 21, 2015 09:07 am - Posted by wiftvic
To celebrate the end of year we are having a WIFT Vic Members Only free screening of “She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry” – directed by Mary Dore preceded by AGM. Join us after the film for an In Conversation Q&A with two special guests: Catherine Dwyer who worked on the film as assistant editor & post production producer and Sue Maslin – our WIFT
Oct 29, 2015 01:08 am - Posted by wiftvic
* Now booked out * We are delighted to present the opening night screening of Sue Maslin’s new film THE DRESSMAKER at the Cinema Nova, followed by a Q&A with Sue Maslin, producer and WIFT patron and Marion Boyce, costume designer. WIFT Vic has secured a group booking with the Australian Directors’ Guild and RMIT and
Aug 16, 2015 06:10 am - Posted by wiftvic
HISTORY & HER STORY, an event co-presented by WIFT Victoria and MIFF. Moderated by Kate Jinx, feminists Merle Thornton, Mary Crooks, Marilyn Lake and Jean Taylor talked about their activism in the 60s, 70s and 80s for women’s rights and how this affects us today. To join WIFT Victoria, go to the ‘About Us’ section.
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