Disbursing funds to young talents. US broadcasting giant Netflix will back a project for Collective 50/50The platform, which works in favor of equality and diversity in cinema and audiovisual media in France, was announced Monday.
Last year, the US group, in the wake of the #MeToo and Black Lives Matter movements, announced the creation of a global fund aimed at promoting inclusion and diversity on screen and behind the camera. The platform is committed to investing $ 20 million annually for five years.
It also reminds us of the group On their websiteIn fact, the first five million should be earmarked for initiatives in favor of young talent.
“In practice, we will rely on partnerships with organizations operating on the ground. In this context, Netflix will provide financial support for the 50/50 Collective mentoring program for a period of three years,” the US giant said.
A group created in the wake of the Weinstein case
She explained that her teams will be able to become mentors and the platform will provide “professional training to complement the group’s efforts.”
The collective 50/50 group was created in 2018 in the wake of the Weinstein case, which will lead to #MeToo Groundswell. It brings together characters who work in favor of parity and against harassment and sexual assault in French cinema and the audiovisual industry.
Last year, he experimented with a mentoring program that brought together 80 youths and 30 mentors from June 2020 to January 2021.
“Food trailblazer. Passionate troublemaker. Coffee fanatic. General analyst. Certified creator. Lifelong music expert. Alcohol specialist.”