Can series save democracy?

Panel

Moderated by Thomas Sotinel, journalist, Le Monde, France

The 2010s have seen an important increase in the number of TV series dealing with democracy-related topics, many of which have been publicly condemned or banned in certain countries for addressing matters deemed offensive by local governments or politicians. In these times of significant political shift, with the contemporary rise of populist leaders all around the globe, which role can series play in conveying democratic values to audiences?

Thursday
26 March

Lille Grand Palais - Auditorium Pasteur
09:45 - 11:00
Speakers

James Poniewozik

New York Times - to be confirmed -
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Sandra Laugier

Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne - France
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Armin Laschet

to be confirmed -
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Hagai Levi

Israel
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