The Natalie Miller Fellowship (NMF) welcomed and inspired 170 women on Friday February 24 at the Brilliant Careers Leadership Conference, the first ever national professional development conference in Australia designed specifically for women in the screen industry. The conference, held at RMIT University in Melbourne and streamed to many more online, marked the first event
The Natalie Miller Fellowship (NMF) has today announced that expressions of interest are now open for its new Brilliant Careers Leadership Program encouraging women to develop their leadership skills. Women from all sections of the screen industry across Australia are encouraged to participate including exhibition, distribution, broadcasting, post-production, production and cultural agencies. The women chosen will
When: 7pm Wednesday 7 September Venue: Cinema Nova, 380 Lygon Street, Carlton 3053 Tickets: $10 per head Bookings: Book online now Trailer: https://youtu.be/Tn6ZSgcHYwc EQUITY is about women on Wall Street. It’s a Wall Street drama, but it’s not about corruption, crime, or catastrophe. It’s about women who thrive on competition and ambition, deals and strategy,
You’re invited to An Evening with Melissa Silverstein: Why Gender Equality is Vital for Hollywood RSVP through ACMI here: https://tickets.acmi.net.au/single/selectseating.aspx?p=24654
We invite you to attend the Australian Women in Film Forum at the Independent Cinemas Conference in Melbourne on Tuesday May 3, 2016 from 11.30am -1pm at Palace Como Cinema. $10 from each ticket sold will be donated to the Natalie Miller Fellowship. See registration form below. FORUM: AUSTRALIAN WOMEN IN FILM 11.30am to 1.00pm
Join us for a night of conversation and learning to hear from: Claudia Karvan, Gillian Armstrong, Danielle Keighery, Jill Bilcock, Rebekah Horne at the NSW Art Gallery
The annual Natalie Miller Fellowship Q&A in Melbourne was held at ACMI again this year, on Tuesday 11 August 2015. The topic explored on the night was ‘Making Good Business Sense: The cultural and business case for more women leaders in the Australian screen industry’. A panel discussion between Professor Amanda Sinclair, Deanne Weir, Sue Maslin
Join us for the annual NMF Q&A in Melbourne – Making Good Business Sense: The Cultural and Business Case for More Women Leaders in the Australian Screen Industry.
The Natalie Miller Fellowship are delighted to host our annual Q&A discussion in Melbourne discussing leadership and gender equality in the Australian screen industry. RSVP is essential to firstname.lastname@example.org.