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New Approaches Seminar: Artists Making Features

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Theatre, Toynbee Studios

28 Commercial Street

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E1 6AB

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As part of the New Approaches artist filmmaker development scheme, supported by Creative Skillset, FLAMIN will present a two-day event of talks and panel discussions. This will take place at the Theatre in Toynbee Studios on Monday and Tuesday the 27 and 28 November. Each day will start at 10:30 and finish at 17:00.

Open to anyone with an interest in artists’ and experimental filmmaking, the event will feature a series of filmmaker case studies and panel discussions exploring the development and financing of feature film projects and offering insight and guidance on reaching audiences.

Monday 27th November

10:30 Tea and Coffee

11:00 Producer Pinky Ghundale in conversation with artist filmmaker Esther Johnson

12:00 Simon Field, Illuminations, on the work of Apichatpong Weerasethakul

13:00 Lunch

14:00 Sarah Perks, Director Visual Arts, HOME, in conversation with artist filmmaker Phil Collins

15:00 Break

15:20 New Approaches Participants- Joanna Callaghan, Suki Chan, Amy Gwatkin, Louis-Jack, Miranda Pennell, and Noemi Varga- to present their projects, chaired by Producer Samm Haillay, Third Films

Tuesday 28th November

10:30 Tea and Coffee

11:00 Producer Ameenah Allen in conversation with Maggie Ellis, Head of Artists' Moving Image, FLAMIN and artist filmmaker Andrea Luka Zimmerman

12:00 Producer Emily Morgan, Quiddity Films, Q and A

13:00 Lunch

13:45 Artist filmmaker Carol Salter in conversation with filmmaker Kolton Lee

15:00 Break

15:20 'What is an artists' film?' Panel featuring Ben Coren from Film4, Natasha Dack from Tigerlily Productions and Lauren Dark from the BFI

The New Approaches programme, of which this Seminar is a part, aims to support talented filmmakers from a contemporary art background who are working on feature-length productions. The scheme helps to bridge the gap in provision for artist filmmakers whose training may have been very different from those coming from a more traditional filmmaking background. This event will be particularly useful for artists making long-form work or anyone with an interest in the intersection between fine art and cinema.

Tea and Coffee will be provided.

Image: Amy Gwatkin, Diane (2016)

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