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The Essay Film: Bringing an Experimental Sensibility to Documentary Film Culture?

Sun 10 September | 11:00 | Bargehouse

The essay film marks the intersection of documentary and experimental modes of filmmaking. From documentary it takes a desire to explore diverse experiences of reality, the everyday, and processes of social and political change, both past and present. From experimental film it takes a critical engagement with form, asking tough questions artistically and ethically. In this discussion, Michael Temple (Essay Film Festival) asks a panel of filmmakers if the essay film has today become a focal point for practitioners seeking to break out of the conventional formats of documentary, and to find more “heretical” forms of engaging with the real.

Presented in partnership with Essay Film Festival

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