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Opportunity Saudi: Better World Fund Shines Bright at Venice Film Festival

Opportunity Saudi: Better World Fund Shines Bright at Venice Film Festival

Venice, September 11th, 2023 - The 80th Venice Film Festival, also known as La Mostra, was graced by the radiant presence of the Better World Fund (BWF) on September 7th and 8th, 2023. Over 300 attendees gathered at the Ca' Sagredo Hotel and La Scuola Grande Della Misericordia di Venezia, including luminaries such as Isabelle Huppert, Jeremy Piven, Euzhan Palcy, Tom Volf, Keira Chaplin, Nadia Farès, Elisabeth Moreno, Joyce El-Khoury, and many others. Their collective mission: to champion "Women Empowerment" through the expressive medium of Cinematic Art, with the noble aim of serving humanity.

Since its inception in 2016, the Better World Fund, a Paris-based non-profit organization, has orchestrated prestigious international events and ignited cultural programs through tangible actions. This year, once again, the opulent venues of the Ca' Sagredo Hotel and the Misericordia di Venezia served as a stage for influential figures from around the world. They converged with a shared aspiration to positively influence the future of our society.

Manuel Collas de la Roche, President and Founder of Better World Fund, eloquently expressed the vision, stating, "In the enchanting world of La Mostra, BWF's Venice edition serves as a celebration of women and a platform to raise awareness about their pivotal role in the film industry. We firmly believe that cinema plays a vital role as a conduit for social, educational, and environmental values. Therefore, it is imperative to continue supporting and promoting women's involvement in all facets of the film industry to foster a more equitable and inclusive society.

Emmanuel Collas de La Roche, Tom Volf
Élisabeth Moreno, Lorène Ferrandès
Karine Gros