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Streamed live on Sep 11, 2016
In this keynote address, Jill Soloway takes on the critical feminist concept of the female gaze and asks what it would take to bring it the forefront of film, art, and culture. By making space for women to take the lead in shaping female protagonism, can we get one step closer to igniting a revolution to overthrow the patriarchy?
Jill Soloway was born in Chicago. She is a writer, producer, and director. Her directorial work includes the short Una Hora Por Favora (12) and the feature Afternoon Delight (13). Her television series Transparent (14— ), has won two Golden Globes and five Emmys, including one for directing.