We warmly invite you to the C4D Network Festival of 'Sights & Sounds of Change': A day of exploring how social and behaviour change are pursued through film, radio, music and TV.
Monday 19th December 2016
13:30 - 18:00 : Screenings, audio playbacks and presentations from their creators
16:00: Participatory Video 'Utopia' workshop (limited spaces)
18:00 : Keynote address from Antonello Proto - Producer, Director and Script-writer
Free registration required through Eventbrite: please click here.
Workshop registration will be sign-up on the day - first come first served.
Hosted by the C4D Network (www.c4d.org) and the Utopia Treasury at Somerset House, this one-day creative festival will explore how organisations are working towards a different future through sight and sound. Screenings, audio play-backs and presentations from their creators will run all day, alongside live music. An evening discussion will be led by keynote speaker Antonello Proto - Producer, Director and Script-writer.
Organisations presenting: Children's Radio Foundation, Medical Aid Films, iMedia, FEBA Radio, Malaria Consortium, Insightshare, Global Girl Media and Imperious Media.
Evening Keynote & Panel: "Who's holding the camera? The journey of sight and sound in representations of development"
Keynote Speaker: Antonello ProtoSince the 1970s, Antonello has worked as a producer, director, script-writer and photography director on more than 70 audiovisual programs. He will explore transformations in the uses of film in international development, showing footage throughout - archive to contemporary - which demonstrates the move towards participatory, user-led film.
Panelist: Dr. David Dunkley GyimahSenior Lecturer at University of Westminster, and Publisher of the international award-winning viewmagazine.tv, Dr. Dunkley Gyimah will explore the next generation of media makers who create factual and meta cinema.
Panelist: Nicola Harford
With over 15 years experience in C4D and as Director of iMedia Associates, Nicola will explore the innovative and interactive uses of video-gaming in HIV/AIDS programming and discuss the challenges of evaluating impact in creative contexts.
For those who sign-up on arrival, a workshop led by InsightShare will immerse you into the Participatory Video methodology. Asking "What does your ideal future look like? When have I experienced a perfect world?" it will explore how video techniques can bring about locally-led change.
Ice-skating and hot chocolate (unquestionably the best) are available from Somerset House throughout the day.
We look forward to seeing you there!