Creative Front and Wired Present:
The Price of Storytelling
Independent film-making has entered a new era with regards to financing films. New models enabled by crowd-funding, partnerships with online distributors and low cost, high-quality filming equipment have started to change the way films are being made – and the cost in doing so.
Brought to you by Creative Front – the business network for creative professionals in Cambridgeshire - and Audio Visual special interest group Wired. This event brings together film makers, distributors and producers to explore new forms of funding film-making and the use of online/social media to tell stories.
and our panel include Sloan U'Ren and Ant Neely, Cambridgeshire-based
Director and Producer, who mortgaged their house to fund their new feature,
Dimensions, Heather Leach of Ginger Army Productions who produces long
and short form media for multiple platforms and recently won the Current
Crowd-Funding Pitch at Sheffield DocFest to make her new film, Dancing with
Hugo Boss; Suzanne Alizart of EM Media, Sally Hodgson of Sound It Out, Gavin Humphries of Quark Films, Sarah Mosses of Good Screenings and Ch4 BritDoc Foundation and Gregory Vincent of Sponsume.
The event starts at 2pm and closes at 6pm with a networking drinks reception. There is also an opportunity to see Dimensions by Sloane U’Ren and Anthony Neely at the Cambridge Arts Picture House at 8.15pm where they will be introducing their new film. For tickets and information of the screening please visit the Cambridge Film Festival website: www.cambridgefilmfestival.org.uk
This event is free for Creative Front members and £125 for non-members. Registration details can be found on our website at www.creativefront.org/register where you can also sign up to Creative Front for as little as £25 per year to enjoy this and many other events like it for free! If you recomend this event to a friend they can attend half price so spread the word!
Please contact Nicola Cefai, email@example.com for further information.
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Creative Front Cambridgeshire supports and promotes creative practitioners and creative businesses: www.creativefront.org