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Women in Film and Television NI to host Screen Queens Event at Belfast Media Festival
05 Nov 2018 :
Screen Queens is an entertaining, provocative and revealing session organised by Women in Film and TV Northern Ireland (WFTV NI) taking place at this year’s Belfast Media Festival, which features a host of straight-talking females from the industry discussing their views on gender, sex and equality.

Actress Bronagh Waugh, Casting Director Carla Stronge, WFTV Board Member Anne Morrison, BBC Commissioning Editor Clare Mottershead and Ntropic’s Head of Production Laura Livingstone will be joined by host Marie-Louise Muir for Screen Queens on Thursday 15th November in The Mac, Belfast from 4pm to 5pm.

Topics to be discussed include, glass ceilings and sticky floors, equal pay, #MeToo, #TimesUp, #IBelieveHer, Female Stereotypes, ageism, working mums, role models for the next generation.

Speaking about the announcement Jannine Waddell, MBE, Chair of WFTV NI said:

“Screen Queens was an idea I had for a while to raise the profile of leading women working in the creative industries in Northern Ireland. This session will be an entertaining and revealing forum, investigating gender, sex and equality. I am delighted that Bronagh, Anne, Clare, Laura and Marie-Louise have agreed to join us and share their opinions on topical issues affecting women working in TV and film.”

WFTV’s Screen Queens takes place on Thursday, November 15th from 4pm to 5pm as part of the Belfast Media Festival at The Mac Belfast.

Admission is free, to register for tickets – click here.

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