We, the professional women of the audiovisual sector of the European Union, assembled in Santiago de Compostela, after three days of intensive debate, reflection and exchange, come to the following conclusions:
The very low percentage of women in key-jobs of the European audiovisual sector is unfair because it leaves an important part of the European population voiceless. It wastes talent, energy and experience both behind and in front of the camera, and it seriously affects the audiovisual media content which generates our image of the world. Continue reading “The Compostela Declaration”
During the last three months CIMA (Association of Women in Film and Audiovisual Media, Madrid) appointed me to co-ordinate the International relations of their association with European Film Institutes and Women working in the Film&TV Industry for their Second Meeting of Women in Audiovisual Europe, which took place May 5-7, 201o in Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
We experienced a unique meeting of Women in Film & TV with several panels and interesting debates about Women in Audiovisual Europe. The list of contributing women was endless. Thank you all! We are strong and we can ride with the power. Lets Go!