HOW DO WE WIDEN THE RANGE OF SUBJECT MATTER, TALENT AND ACCESS IN DOCUMENTA...

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EartH (Hackney Arts Centre)

13 Stoke Newington Road

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For the second talk in our ‘The Future of Documentary’ series we address “How do we widen the range of subject matter, talent and access in documentary?”

For documentary film making to be truly representative and explore its widest scope, the traditional avenues of commissioning, funding and access need redefining. We’ll speak to young disruptors, traditional gatekeepers and the professional bodies working to provide opportunities that address these issues.

We’re very pleased to be hosting this Vice Film School talk at the recently rebranded EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney). Originally opened as the Savoy Cinema in 1936, it ceased business as a mainstream picture house when the curtain fell on a screening of ‘Scarface’ in February 1984. With its striking architectural features, this long hidden gem will make a fascinating setting for our discussion on 7th October.


Speakers on the day will include:

Clare Anyiam-Osigwe - Writer, Director, Actor and MD at BUFF

Joya Berrow & Lucy Jane - A documentary unit whose films have been featured on National Geographic, Nowness and VICE

Sebastian Thiel - Writer, Director and Producer

Eloise King - Director/Exec Producer, Founder of @womanondocs, ExGlobal Executive Producer at VICE

Hosted by Daisy-May Hudson - Director and Producer


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13 Stoke Newington Road

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United Kingdom

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