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Cinematographers: Scene by Scene (31 July 17)

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Lower Steenbergs Yard

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Monday 31st July, 10am - 12pm

Venue: Toffee Factory, NE1 2DF

Cinematographers: Scene by Scene

How do you convey powerful stories without words? How do you use the camera to maximise impact? We have invited three of the region's cinematographers to discuss their approach to the craft by choosing a favourite scene from their own work, breaking it down and exploring how they approached it both technically and creatively. They will also talk about the collaborative process of working with Directors.

Guest Cinematographers are Kyle Heslop, Magnus Dennison and Emma Dalesman.

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Magnus Dennison is a producer and cinematographer who has worked across docs, dramas and commercials for major broadcasters including BBC, ITV and Channel4.

Kyle Heslop's work has received nominations and jury mentions in festivals across the world. His first feature film UDHAU (Runaway), which was shot entirely on location in Bangladesh, won the Best Cinematography award at the Action on Film festival in California. Most recently Kyle has been working with two time Bafta-nominated writer and director Yousaf Ali Khan on the feature film GIANTLAND, starring Hayley Squires (I, DANIEL BLAKE). At present he is in talks to be 2nd unit DOP on a major Netflix drama, being shot in the uk and Norway.

Emma Dalesman is a freelance DOP and graduate of the Cinematography MA at the National Film and Television School. Shooting a range of projects encompassing fiction, documentary, commercials and animation, her work has been nominated for both the Kodak and Fujifilm Cinematography awards. Her narrative work has been shown at numerous international film festivals including Krakow, Rotterdam and BFI London Film Festival. Commercial work is currently on national television and has been screened in cinemas nationwide and the promo ‘Mountainside’ for Beardyman won a UKMVA. Emma has shot both broadcast and feature documentary including ‘Still Loved’ which was released in UK cinemas to both critical and audience acclaim including a 4 star review in the Guardian. She regularly collaborates with a number of artists, including Jesse Jones who’s work ‘Tremble Tremble’ is currently in Venice Biennale and Rosalind Nashashibi who has recently been nominated for the Turner prize for works including ‘Vivian’s Garden’ (currently in Documenta) and ‘Electrical Gaza’ both of which Emma collaborated on. Her work with artists has exhibited internationally and in the UK including shows at the Imperial War Museum and the Tate Britain.

This event is part of the Artist Filmmakers Network North East programme.


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Northern Film & Media has been funded by the European Regional Development Fund Creative Industries Business Support and Development Programme 2014-20. The ERDF programme is bringing over £300m into the North East to support innovation, enterprise and business support across the region. This is partly funded by the European Commission.

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