The Labour of Film Panel

MWFF Presents

The Labour of Film: Creating Equitable Working Conditions in the Screen Industry


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Sat 23 Mar 2024

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How can working conditions in the screen industry become more inclusive? Participation is vital to ensure a diversity of voices are heard, but long hours, tight production schedules and inaccessible workplaces can impede this goal. This panel of industry experts discusses proactive ways to achieve better participation and working conditions in the Australian screen industry—for women, disabled workers, gender diverse people, and more.

Event duration

60 mins


Gandel Digital Future Lab 1, Level 1
ACMI, Fed Square

How to get there

Multipasses – see more films in this program for less

3-Session Pass $33–45
(any film screening excluding opening and closing nights, and Schools & Youth programs)

Full Festival Pass $120–170
(any ticketed event excluding The Lifecycle of Film Workshop and Schools & Youth programs)

Melbourne Women in Film Festival (MWFF) program 21–25 Feb 2024

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