Women In Motion key dates

Relive Women In Motion highlights since 2015.

March 2020

Through its Women In Motion program and in collaboration with Silex Films, Kering supports the launch of the animated series, Culottées (“Brazen”). This series is an adaptation of the comic created by Pénélope Bagieu and is first broadcast on FranceTV on March 8, 2020: International Women’s Day.

February 2020

Supported by Women In Motion and in line with the French Ministry of Culture’s roadmap for Diversity and Equality, the Observatoire des Filles de la Photo presents its first study on diversity in the photography ecosystem.

January 2020

Women In Motion celebrates the careers of Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon during an exclusive screening of Thelma & Louise at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City. The event marks the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage in the U.S.

October 2019

Women In Motion supports Anna Boghiguian’s first monograph exhibition in Paris at the Festival d’Automne. In honor of the occasion, the Egyptian artist, who is of Armenian origin, creates a monumental work, designed and produced during a residency lasting several months at the Beaux-Arts in Paris.

October 2019

Through its Women In Motion program, Kering partners with creative arts publisher Phaidon, to launch a new book, GreatWomen Artists. The book tells the stories of over 400 artists spanning 500 years.

October 2019

In partnership with the Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF), Women In Motion hosts an exclusive Talk with Japanese artists Mika Ninagawa, Sputniko! and Shinobu Terajima. The artists share their views on the representation of women in arts and culture in Japan.

September 2019

A second season of the Women In Motion podcast is recorded at the 72nd Festival de Cannes. This series focuses on female figures in the film industry whose professions are often largely unknown to the general public. They offer their perspectives on what it’s like working in an industry that is still largely male-dominated: how they’ve made a name for themselves, the difficulties of taking on leadership roles, and where they’ve found support.