Women in TV and Film panel comes to London
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Bluebird Pictures and Mix Knowledgy will present the Women in TV and Film panel on April 21st. This will be a night of networking, screenings and Q&As with industry professionals. The aim is to not only celebrate what has been achieved by women in this industry, but also discuss what can and will be achieved in the future. Panels will focus on the exploration of women in TV and film, diversity on screen, female writers, unrepresented areas of TV and film, and female directors. The panel will include Suzanne Mackie (Producer, The Crown), Susan Liggat (Producer, Doctor Who), Lucy Bevan (Casting Director, Beauty and the Beast), Kat Buckle (Literary Agent, Curtis Brown), Steve Clark-Hall (Producer, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword), Meg Davis (Literary Agent, KI Agency), Dan Hubbard (Casting Director, The Bourne Ultimatum), Caroline Bridges (Cinematographer), and Caroline Deeds (Filmmaker). This brilliant event will be hosted by the founder of Bluebird Pictures and Barking local Joelle David, who created Bluebird when her own experience in the industry left her frustrated and in want of creating her own opportunities. Birdbird prides itself in being a platform that gives emerging talent a chance. Partnering with David is events company Mix Knowledgy, who have become known for hosting some amazing and highly successful TV and film panels across America. Founders, Erman Baradi and Brandon Waites, intend to provide an interactive experience between those who attend and those on the panel that is missed at most of these events. Whether you’re a film student, a part of the industry or a film buff that wants to be more involved, this night will be something worth taking part in. Women in TV and Film will be hosted at The Barking Broadway Theatre at 6pm on Friday 21st April. Tickets are on sale now with prices starting at £15.00. Visit the bbpwomeninfilm website for more information.
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