Save the date for the annual general assembly of SWAN! We are looking forward to sharing all the information on SWAN's activity from last year and to discussing ideas for 2022-2024.
On September 10, 2022, SWAN - Swiss Women's Audiovisual Network will be collaborating in an important talk on gender and diversity issues, organised by animation film festival Fantoche and based around animated films from the "Brisons le silence!" project. Let's meet there!
It is time for our productive Sunday during the summer! SWAN is hosting the 7th annual Locarno Networking Breakfast with an exciting panel and the opportunity to connect and to give visibility to women in our industry at the Locarno Film Festival.
On the sidelines of the launch of its new anonymous open platform of testimonies for women* of the Swiss film industry, SWAN will be hosting the special screening of Alison Kuhn's documentary "The Case You" and a panel providing cross-generational insights on how to create new power dynamics in the workplace.
An encounter at the movie theater KOSMOS in Zurich and online with Anna Serner, changemaker and CEO of the Swedish Film Institute from 2011 to 2021, whose advocacy for equality and diversity has left a lasting mark on the film industry and cultural creation worldwide.
To be funny can be a serious and challenging business. Time to look into the roles of women who create the things that brighten our days with laughter and fun. WIFT Germany and other international WIFT chapters are hosting small-group sessions at Berlinale, featuring their local talent and experts on anything comedy in our industry.
Following last year's heated debate over Anita Hugi's departure from the direction of Solothurn Film Festival, ARF/FDS Gender and SWAN have been prompted to put together a wishlist for the future of the festival and the Swiss film industry.