British Novelist Zadie Smith will then talk about her work and what this year’s theme More? means to her with Ted Hodgkinson, Head of Literature and Spoken Word at Southbank Centre.
|Time||Ciné Lumière & Online||La Médiathèque||Les Salons||Ciné Lumière II||Foyer||L'Atelier|
|18:00-18:30||Opening Event||E-Sport Sessions (18:00-21:00)|
|18:30-19:20||Can Democracies Solve the Climate Crisis?||Shifting Limits||A More Cordial Entente?||Social Media Reconstructed|
|19:30-19:40||Zero Waste Packaging: Notpla Presentation|
|19:40-20:30||The Ethics of Good Looks||You’ve Reached Maximum Capacity!||Opening the Gates||Until We Fall|
|20:30-20:50||Zero Waste Fashion Workshop|
|20:50-21:00||Sexual (R)evolutions||Love Me More||Social Media Reconstructed|
Chaired by Fiona Harvey, Environment Editor at The Guardian.
Chaired by David Papineau, Professor in Philosophy at King’s College London.
Chaired by Sophie Pedder, Paris bureau Chief for The Economist and Author.
Chaired by Sarah Kent, London Editor, The Business of Fashion.
Chaired by Helen Margetts, Professor in Society and Internet at the University of Oxford.
Chaired by Simon Kuper, Journalist and Author.
Chaired by Clare Finburgh Delijani, Professor in Theatre Studies at Goldsmiths University of London.
Chaired by Louise Perry, Journalist and Author.
Chaired by Tim Beasley-Murray, Associate Professor of European Thought and Culture, UCL.