Amandine Gay is a filmmaker, afrofeminist activist and scholar. Her directorial debut, Speak Up, shows us what it means to be a woman and a part of today’s afro-european community. Gay spends her time between artistic and academic research and focused the last years on the topic of international adoption, in bookform as well as film. In 2021 she released the book Une poupée en chocolat, a self biography. In Tempo’s program her movie A Story of One’s Own will be screened, which follows the life of five young adoptees (now adults) from their own perspective.
To participate in the masterclass you need an accreditation. You will receive an invitation and information on how to register before the masterclass via e-mail. It takes place on Zoom and you need the application which you can download here.
The Amandine Gay masterclass will be recorded and available for accredited after the masterclass.