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#Metoo: regards croisés sur le mouvement vécu à Hollywood ou à Paris
April 11, 2019 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
A panel discussion will take place in Paris on Thursday 11 April 2019 following the release of the Don’t Silence Me video, which so far has received 130,000 views on social media and has opened up the debate on #metoo, shifting the focus from the perpetrators to the survivors, giving them the freedom to express themselves through music, performance and art.
There will be a screening of the video and also a live performance of the song by its writer, Sadie Jemmett. See Below for venue details.
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Moderator: Mie Kohiyama
Mie Kohiyama, 46, journalist, founder and president of MoiAussiAmnesie association, gathering CSA survivors who have experienced repressed memory and aiming at the acknowledgement of repressed memory into French law.
Author of “le petit vélo blanc” (under the pseudo Cecile B, Calmann Levy) testimony of my own story and first of this kind about repressed memory in France.
Raped at the age of 5 by a cousin of 39. I regained memory of the facts 32 years later. I filed a report and became the first CSA survivor in France to go until the Supreme Court to ask for the acknowledgement of repressed memory.
Journalist in an international media company I was posted in Paris, Lyon, Tokyo and Grenoble.
Of Japanese origin by my father with a French mother, I share my time between Lyon and Paris.
Mhairi is a classically trained actress having attained her BA in Theater from The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, in Glasgow, before studying movement and mime at Jacques Le Coq, Paris. Following her training she formed a theater company, performing as a clown throughout France. Moving to London she began working in theater, film and TV. Feature film credits include Young Adam (directed by David Mackenzie and starring Ewan McGregor, Tilda Swinton and Emily Mortimer), Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself, O, Jerusalem (with Ian Holm) and Green Street Hooligans (directed by Lexi Alexander and starring Elijah Wood). TV credits include Murphy’s Law, Casualty (both BBC) Missing (ITV) and Emo (Channel 4). Theater credits include Blues for Mister Charlie (Tricycle Theater, London) Faeries (Royal Opera House, London) and Low Life (Blind Summit, UK and International tour) Since moving to Los Angeles, she has co-created and starred in two seasons of award-winning web series ‘Feathers and Toast’ and performs daily mimes which she produces and distributes online as the series ‘One Mime at a Time’ She works extensively in voice over and is an award winning audio book narrator, having won an Audio File Earphones Award for her narration of Amanda Scott’s The Reluctant Highlander.
Spécialiste des violences sexuelles et sexistes et autrice des rapports d’enquête Impact des violences sexuelles de l’enfance à l’âge adulte et Les Français·e·s et les représentations sur le viol, Laure Salmona est également co-fondatrice et trésorière de l’association Féministes contre le cyberharcèlement. En 2017 elle a lancé une pétition pour que la Cinémathèque Française annule son hommage à Polanski et recueilli plus de 48 000 signatures.
Karine Isambert was born in France and grew up in Paris. At the age of 12, she was discovered by a radio director and she worked as a radio show host every Saturday evening. Later, studying in the University, she started working part-time as a model and moved to NYC. After that, she did roles in short movies. She played majors roles in many plays including Dona Ana in Don Juan (2010) and Katia in Le Carton, Oscar in Love (2015). In 2012, she founded her production company Revenescences. In 2015, she made a short film Victory about Paris attacks and an other one in 2017 called “La Réconciliation”