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July 2020

Newsletter: June 2020

By |July 2nd, 2020|

SHUT DOWN, SHAKE UP, AND RISE UP  | Do you want to know how we got through this special first half of 2020, please read our latest newsletter here.

January 2020

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Newsletter: January 2020

By |January 22nd, 2020|

#5050×2020 - Why 2020 Is A Special Year For Us | The year 2020 stands for equality. 60 international film festivals have signed, or plan to sign, the 5050×2020 pledge, a gender balanced policy agenda. Eurimages, a European co-production film

October 2019

Newsletter: October 2019

By |October 14th, 2019|

YATTAAA! (we did it!) - Elevating Tokyo | We all have dreams. Some are big, others may be small… One of producer Julia's dream is that fathers would take their daughters to see ‘The Glass Ceiling’ in cinemas. Please read the

July 2019

Newsletter: July 2019

By |July 11th, 2019|

In The City Of Lights | As stated in our previous newsletter, Julia Ton, together with Madeleine Avramoussis, had the honour to pitch our cause in front of different broadcasters from all over the world. Please read the July newsletter here.

June 2019

Newsletter: June 2019

By |June 7th, 2019|

We Love the Sound of Breaking Glass | It is true. April showers bring May flowers. We are very pleased to announce that our project is selected for 'The EBU Documentary Experts Meeting' in Sheffield in England... Please read the newsletter

May 2019

Newsletter: May 2019

By |May 1st, 2019|

Glass-ceiling breakers | Slowly but surely we are moving forward with our project Lasikatto - The Glass Ceiling. Unfortunately, we are however still in pre-production. April showers bring May flowers... Please read the newsletter here.

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