Kering, the global luxury group, is pleased to announce an exclusive live talk event as part of its ongoing commitment to promoting diversity and inclusivity in the film industry. On Thursday, May 18, 2023, Kering will host a captivating conversation with acclaimed playwright and screenwriter Jeremy O. Harris as part of the Kering Women in Motion initiative.
The live talk will take place at the prestigious Majestic Hotel, specifically in the Kering suite located on the 7th floor. Attendees are encouraged to check-in starting at 10:30am, with the live talk scheduled to begin at 11:00am.
Jeremy O. Harris, known for his groundbreaking work in the theater and his critically acclaimed play “Slave Play,” will share his insights, experiences, and vision for a more inclusive and representative film industry. With his unique perspective and thought-provoking storytelling, Harris has become a prominent voice in contemporary theater and is now expanding his impact into the world of film.
The Kering Women in Motion Talk with Jeremy O. Harris aims to shine a spotlight on the importance of diverse voices in cinema and create meaningful dialogue about the challenges and opportunities faced by underrepresented communities in the industry. It is part of Kering’s ongoing commitment to supporting and empowering women in film and promoting gender equality across all aspects of the entertainment world.
“We are thrilled to have Jeremy O. Harris join us for this inspiring Live Talk,” said a spokesperson for Kering. “His bold and innovative approach to storytelling aligns perfectly with our vision for a more inclusive and representative film industry. Through the Kering Women in Motion initiative, we strive to highlight diverse perspectives and encourage meaningful conversations that drive positive change.”
This event promises to be a dynamic and thought-provoking discussion that will resonate with both industry professionals and film enthusiasts alike. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with Jeremy O. Harris, gain valuable insights, and contribute to the ongoing dialogue surrounding diversity and inclusion in the film industry.
For more information about Kering and its Women in Motion initiative, please visit Kering’s
Article written by Adrien M.