Ethics and Good Practices in the Film Industry
What does the situation in Polish film and theatre schools and on film sets look like in terms of the relationship between participants of an educational and creative process, especially on the line master-apprentice and director-crew? What practices and solutions have we worked out in the recent months? The debate, as broad as possible, will also touch upon anti-discriminatory practices introduced in the film industry abroad.
We will talk about ethical standards that should be introduced on the Polish film market, the examples of codes of good practices, and necessary changes to ensure that making films is comfortable for everyone and based on mutual respect. The role of the intimacy coordinator on the film set will also be discussed.
Partner: Polish Film Institute, Women in Film
10.30-11.15 The situation in film and theatre schools
Panellists: dr hab. Milenia Fiedler – Rector of Lodz Film School, prof. dr hab. Elżbieta Czaplińska-Mrozek – Vice-rector of the Academy of Theatre Arts in Krakow, dr hab. Agata Adamiecka-Sitek – Rzeczniczka Praw Studenckich w Akademii Teatralnej w Warszawie
11.15-11.30 coffee break
11:30-13:00 Safety and good practices on the Polish market
Panellists: Radosław Śmigulski (Polish Film Institute), Sławomira Niewiadomska (Polish Film Institute), Katarzyna Szustow (intimacy coordinator), Renata Czarnkowska-Listoś (RE Studio), Marta Habior (No Sugar Films), Dariusz Jabłoński (Apple Film Production), Piotr Dzięcioł (Opus Film), Alicja Grawon-Jaksik (KIPA)
Host: Błażej Hrapkowicz
Location: Mercure Gdynia Centre, Omega Room