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Film, art, and culture can be influential mediums when challenging socially constructed and outdated perceptions of gender roles. The China Women's Film Festival provides a space for international and Chinese filmmakers and artists to present their work that highlights the discrimination that women and the LGBTQ+ community faces around the world from a wide range of perspectives.
Would you like to promote women in films in your city?
Would you like to be an agent of change in your community and support more women in films?
Interested in taking actions that can improve the gender perspective in cinematography?
Once selected as a China Women's Film Festival Ambassador you become a champion, helping spread our mission to empower and advance women in films. Our Ambassadors attend meetups, gatherings, outreach, and networking opportunities, to increase awareness, engagement, and participation in our movement and promote opportunities to empower and advance women in films.
In order to be selected as a China Women's Film Festival Ambassador, it’s important to share our values and care about the success of our mission.
Room 2717, Shui On Centre, 6-8 Harbour Road, 999077, Hong Kong, -, HK
Tell stories about women made by women
The Crossroads Centre was established in 2003 as a local Chinese social enterprise based in Hong Kong and Beijing. It aims to raise awareness of the many issues that confront women and other marginalized communities in China and around the world through the mediums of film and art. In addition to hosting an annual China Women’s Film Festival and 1905 International Human Rights Film Festival, the Crossroads Centre organizes art exhibitions, cultural forums, and workshops to challenge socially constructed and outdated perceptions of gender roles. We hope that these events can serve as a platform for female activists, academics and artists to present their work and begin an open discussion among the Chinese community about the multitude of challenges facing women to this day and the importance of combating them.
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
February 22, 2020