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SheSays is an award-winning organization running free mentorship and events to women in the creative and marketing businesses. Why? Because we want to see more women at the top. And since we are all about doing we also offer courses, career management and a collaboration platform called shout.

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London: Underwire Film Festival and SheSays present an evening of conversation under the stars

Underwire Festival

WHEN: Thursday 24th November 2011, from 6pm

As the worlds of film, advertising, content and digital creativity grow closer together, share your thoughts (and your business cards) with women from the other side of the creative fence, as well as some of the top female names in the business. All over a drink or two in the beautiful festival bar.

Please join us in the bar area from 6pm at:

Shorwave Cinema and Bermondsey Square Hotel
10 Bermondsey Square
Southwark, London
SE1 3UN

http://www.underwirefestival.com/

ABOUT UNDERWIRE:

UnderWire’s founders Gabriella Apicella and Gemma Mitchell (one of our original SheSays members) launched the festival in 2010 with the belief that women working in the UK film industry needed more encouragement and a bigger platform for their work.

The fact remains that women still make up a small proportion of film creatives, and UnderWire looks to recognise the best short work made by women across a range of crafts – from director to cinematographer; screenwriter to editor.

UnderWire believes that a more gender balanced industry will benefit everyone by creating a diversity of perspectives, stories and experiences for audiences.

 

 



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