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.