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Shruti Ganguly’s Women in Film/Entertainment

 

Last night’s ongoing series of Shruti Ganguly’s Women in Film/Entertainment: From Script to Screen was informative and inspiring.  Ganguly (a writer, producer and director) curated an amazing all-female panel of brilliant and accomplished filmmakers consisting of writers, directors, executives, actors and more; who discussed everything from sexism occurring above the line, below the line, behind the scenes and in front of the camera.  

Issues that currently plague and inhibit (in our opinion) the creative flow of filmmaking. Panelists, aside from Ganguly, included actor/filmmaker, Ingrid Jungermann; producer, Anadil Hossain; writer Amy Fox; procuder/exec Natalie Difford and executive Aijah Keith.  The event took place at The Soho House, NYC.

Here are some snaps from the event.

Panelists at the Soho House, from left to right, Natalie Difford, Aijah Keith, Anadil Hossain, Amy Fox, Ingrid Jungermann and curator Shruti Ganguly

Producer Anadil Hossain (left) with guests

Filmmaker and actress Ingrid Jungermann (right) with guest

Filmmaker and actress Ingrid Jungermann (right) with guest

Panelist, filmmaker, producer and series curator Shruti Ganguly (right) with guest

Panelist, filmmaker, producer and series curator Shruti Ganguly (right) with guest

Post mingling with the crowd.

 

 

For more info contact Shruti at Hello@fictionless.com

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