NPDC 2021 - Pre-Conference Networking: Virtual Movie Night

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Get to know other NPDC delegates by having a chat about a movie we’ve all watched in our virtual networking space

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Let’s face it, we’ve spent a lot of the past year, on our sofas watching the telly! But we’ve missed having the communal experience of going to the cinema or watching a movie with friends. We’re inviting you to our virtual movie night, bring your own popcorn and drinks!

We’ll be watching Nowhere Boy (2009), a film about John Lennon’s teenage years and meeting George and Paul before forming the Beatles. Filmed and set in Liverpool, it’s like a virtual visit to learn the history of one of the city’s icons! We’ll be having a live Watch Along on Twitter with the conference hashtag #NPDC21Movie from 5pm. Then join us on Zoom at 7pm for a talk by historian of The Beatles, Dr Marcus Collins (Loughborough University). We’ll then move onto Kumospace for a more informal chat about the film and quiz. There will be prizes to be won!

The film can be viewed via this link on Box of Broadcasts, an archive of recorded live British TV, which you can access using your university log-in. If you search “Nowhere Boy” and “Sam Taylor Wood” (the director) it’s the top result. It is also included with a subscription to Amazon Prime Video. The second half of this event will be hosted on Kumospace, visit the conference website for a guide on how to use this platform.

By the end of this session, participants will have:

● Got to know each other informally

● Chatted about the movie with other NPDC21 delegates via Twitter and Kumospace

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If you require any accessibility reasonable adjustments or have any questions about this session, please contact The Academy's Researcher Development Team at Researcher@liverpool.ac.uk seven working days before the event so that your requirements can be addressed by the organisers and/or referred to the facilitator(s) who will make every effort to address them where possible.

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The Academy is committed to providing an environment which recognises and values people's differences, capitalises on the strengths that those differences bring to the institution and supports all staff and students in maximising their potential to succeed. In line with the Academy's firm commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion, we offer all postdoctoral and research-related opportunities to develop and network irrespective of a researcher’s gender, ethnicity, age, self-identification, disability, religious affiliation, or any other criteria used to separate and define.

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The Academy recognises the vital role that researchers play in developing and maintaining the reputation of the University, creating a leading environment for innovation, new thinking and world-changing discoveries. Our researcher development activities aim to foster this culture of excellence, providing opportunities for all research active staff to enhance their practice. Visit our Researcher Hub to learn more about our researcher development activities and resources.

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