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Pandora da Cunha Telles, from Ukbar, and Isabel Machado, from C.R.I.M. Produções, are the two Portuguese producers that sign the European charter for gender equality in the cinema and audiovisual sector.
Today, the European charter for gender equality in the cinema and audiovisual sector was released, calling for equal pay, job opportunities and an end to prejudice.
Ukbar – film and television producer and C.R.I.M. Produções, are the two Portuguese producers that subscribe to the ‘Gender Equality Charter’ Charter, prepared by the European Producers’ Club (EPC), with more than 70 signatures from producers in Europe.
In a note from Ukbar Filmes, Pandora da Cunha Telles stresses that the objective of this initiative is “to draw the attention of companies in the audiovisual / cinema sector to the introduction of equal pay measures, better job opportunities behind and in front of the cameras, and contribute to the reduction of prejudices, both on the human side and on the fictional side of the works themselves “.