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Tuesday, January 22 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Changing Workplace Culture and Preventing Harm

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Join us for a conversation about how we can make art houses and film festivals more supportive, inclusive, and safer. Hear from specialists committed to equity, healing, and preventing harassment about long-term strategies for developing a healthy organizational culture, and share ideas about how art houses and festivals can collectively contribute to parity and transparency in the film industry. 

Speakers
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Alison Kozberg

Managing Director, Art House Convergence
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Alison Emilio

Director, ReFrame/Sundance WIF
Alison Emilio is Director of ReFrame, a joint initiative of Sundance Institute and Women In Film Los Angeles. ReFrame is a growing coalition of industry leaders and 65+ Ambassadors – producers, directors, agents, studio executives, and guild leaders –  to bring about measurable... Read More →
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Stephany Murguia

Director of Education and Outreach, Rape Recovery Center
Stephany believes in the power of education and dialogue to radically transform our communities. She has been with the Rape Recovery Center since 2010, originally as Diversity Coordinator then transitioning to Coordinator of Education and then Director of Education and Outreach. She... Read More →
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Shontina Vernon

Creative Director, Visionary Justice StoryLab
Shontina is a theatre artist, filmmaker, director, and educator. Her work fuses performance, music, and multi-media in centering the narratives of traditionally marginalized communities. She is a recipient of the 2019 Creative Capital Award and a Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Artist... Read More →


Tuesday January 22, 2019 10:30am - 12:00pm MST
Bernese Event Space Zermatt Resort