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Tribeca Talks: TIME'S UP
Location: Tribeca Festival Hub, 50 Varick Street, 6th Floor
General Admission Tickets:
Includes admission to the full day of panels and conversations
*Does not include benefit cocktail reception

Supported by:

Net proceeds from the day will go to the TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund. Donations to the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund can be made here

Jane Rosenthal (Co-Founder of Tribeca Film Festival and Co-Founder and CEO of Tribeca Enterprises) and Paula Weinstein (Tribeca Film Festival Executive Vice President)
TIME'S UP Introduction
Julianne Moore and Jurnee Smollett-Bell
TIME'S UP: A Global Movement
Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka (United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women,) speaks to international women's rights issues and the significance of the TIME'S UP to women across nations.
Introduction to Women Across Industries Spotlight
Moments throughout the day showcasing women across industries fighting for equality.
Women Across Industries Spotlight: Restaurant Workers
Saru Jayaraman, (Co-Founder, Restaurant Opportunities Centers United) with Shanita Thomas (Restaurant Opportunities Centers United Member Leader)
Introduction of A New Direction: Behind the Lens
Sienna Miller
A New Direction: Behind The Lens
Female film directors explore the opportunities available in the industry as well as the vitality of telling rich stories with complex characters.

Panelists include: Haifaa Al-Mansour (Director, Mary Shelley), Kimberly Reed (Director, Prodigal Sons), Jennifer Fox (Director, The Tale)
Women Across Industries Spotlight
Jess Morales-Rocketto (Political Director, National Domestic Workers Alliance) with Daniela Contreras (Latina Domestic Worker Turned Organizer)
Rewriting the Story: Women in Media
Women at the top of influential media organizations explore the power we wield to change the way our stories are told and what it means to be a women leading a media organization in a post-TIME'S UP world.

Panelists include: Amani Al-Khatahtbeh (Founder of Muslim Girl), Colleen DeCourcy (Chief Creative Officer, Wieden + Kennedy), Amy Emmerich (Chief Content Officer, Refinery29), Nina Shaw (Founding Partner, Del Shaw Moonves Tanaka Finkelstein & Lezcano), Pam Wasserstein (Chief Executive Officer, New York Media). Moderated by: Joanna Coles (Chief Content Officer, Hearst Magazines)
Women Across Industries Spotlight
Captain Danielle Herzlich (Victim Advocate, New Jersey National Guard Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program)
Men in the Movement: A Conversation with Wade Davis
Former NFL player, public speaker, and corporate inclusion /cultural advisor on gender, race and equality, Wade Davis, shares his journey from being an openly gay pro athlete, to his current activism for women and men to achieve true equality.
Call to Action: TIME'S UP Plus One Initiative
Desiree Gruber (Founder and CEO, Full Picture) discusses the +1/x3 initiative, which encourages women to bring other women into the room, promoting power in numbers and creating meaningful connections.
Sisters of Comedy Standup
Produced by Agunda Okeyo
Sisters of Comedy brings together women of color for meaningful and poignant reverie, and is the longest running black female centered comedy showcase in New York.
Comedians include Sasheer Zamata and Gina Yashere.
Women Across Industries Spotlight: Hotel Workers
Julia Rybak (Director of Organizing at the Hotel Trades Council) and Jetmira Gjini (Room Attendant/Union Member)
Reclaiming the Narrative
A dive into the roles women are cast in, the importance of telling rich stories on screen and the impact of portraying powerful female characters in film.
Panelists include: Cynthia Erivo, Lupita Nyong'o, Mira Sorvino and Amber Tamblyn
Introduction to TIME'S UP Legal Defense Fund: Fighting Back
Marisa Tomei
TIME'S UP Legal Defense Fund: Fighting Back
The TIME'S UP Legal Defense Fund connects those who experience sexual misconduct including assault, harassment, abuse and related retaliation in the workplace or in trying to advance their careers with legal and public relations assistance. Learn more about victim's rights and how to use the fund's network to get connected to a legal expert.

Panelists include: Fatima Goss Graves (National Women's Law Center), Christy Haubegger (CAA), Robbie Kaplan (Kaplan & Company, LLP) and Rachel Tuchman (Kaplan & Company, LLP)
Women Across Industries Spotlight: Farmworkers
Mónica Ramírez (Co-Founder and President, Alianza Nacional de Campesinas)
Activism Through the Ages: Robin Morgan
Celebrated poet and activist Robin Morgan discusses her iconic activism and the progress that has been made for women through feminist movements of the past. Interviewed by: Elaine Welteroth (Award winning journalist)
Activism Through the Ages: A New Generation
Hear from influential women have used art to amplify their activism in the past, those leading the present movement, and those we look to as future change-makers.

Panelists include: Robin Morgan, Tarana Burke (Founder of the "me too." Movement) and Parkland Student Sofie Whitney.
A Letter to Survivors: Ashley Judd
Ashley Judd shares a personal letter about the fortitude it has taken and the personal empowerment she has experienced as a survivor.
A Conversation with Ashley Judd
Ashley Judd sits down with Tarana Burke (Founder of the #MeToo Movement) to speak to the importance of TIME'S UP and share her hopes for the future of the movement.
Closing Remarks
TIME'S UP Representative
Closing Performance by the Resistance Revival Chorus
The Resistance Revival Chorus is a collective of more than 60 women who join together to breathe joy and song into the resistance, and to uplift and center women's voices.
TIME'S UP Benefit Cocktail Reception
Location: Django at the Roxy Hotel, 2 6th Avenue, New York, NY 10013
Time: 5:00 - 7:00 PM

Co-Hosted by: Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Amber Tamblyn and Marisa Tomei
Separate Cocktail + event ticket required for entry