Mitu Bhowmick Lange keynote speaker at ‘Future 20 Female 22 conference’

MELBOURNE, 11 March 2022: Mitu Bhowmick Lange, Director and Founder of Mind-Blowing Films and Festival Director of the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) will give the keynote speech at the ‘Future 20 Female 22 conference’ on 25 March 2022 at the Arts Centre, Melbourne.

Come to meet and hear from successful international alumni sharing their experiences of carving out a career in Australia and how we can make Victorian industries and communities more inclusive and welcoming at the Future Female Conference 2022.

Mitu Bhowmick Lange is an Indian-Australian filmmaker, film producer and founder-director of Mind Blowing Films, a distribution company. She is the director of the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, a Victorian government-funded annual film festival that started in 2012. She has also provided line production services for the Hindi films Salaam Namaste (2005), Koi Aap Sa (2005), Chak De India (2007),

Bachna Ae Haseeno (2008), Main Aurr Mrs. Khanna (2009) and Love Aaj Kal (2009). Lange was awarded Jill Robb Screen Leadership Award for 2017 from Film Victoria. Mitu Bhowmik was appointed as a board member at WIFT Australia in Feb 2022.

 

The Program Highlights are:

Keynote speeches by prominent, inspirational women from Victoria, Panel sessions featuring outstanding leaders & trailblazers from multicultural and multifaith backgrounds, as well as Victoria’s international student alumni, topics including women and youth leadership, visibility of women of color, diversity and inclusion, global thinking, entrepreneurship, social change and more authentic networking event that builds meaningful connections & leads to real opportunities in Victoria.

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By SAT News Desk

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