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UAL:f/1.3 MA Documentary Film '17 Gradshow

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Lecture Theatre B

London College of Communication

Elephant and Castle

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SE1 6SB

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UAL: f/1.3 MA Documentary Film Graduation Show;

5th December 2017

Ana Baquero - Mi Tia Piky

"My Aunt Piky is a short documentary that explores the memories of the director's family secrets."

Raquel Teixeira - On the Move

"On the Move goes from Portugal to Vietnam on a journey into peoples’ stories on the longest train trip in the world: 17 thousand kilometres, 17 trains and across 11 countries."

Virgilio Oliveira - Douro, Symphony of a River

"A poetic journey through the sights and sounds of the Douro river, from nature to human presence."

Kartel Brown - Karnage Kills

"An intimate portrait of a young London grime artist who happens to be an out and proud gay man, living and spitting his truth for all to hear."

Followed by performance by Karnage Kills


6th December 2017

Matthew Wyatt - Estranged

"An estranged grandfather invites his twenty three year old grandson to meet him for the very first time in Luca, Italy, beginning a journey to understand a troubling past and prepare for the unlikely meeting."

Rubban Shakeel - Bubbli

"A Pakistani transgender rights activist in a country that is hostile to transsexuality."

Abbie Stewart - The London African Gospel Choir

"A short 15 min documentary following a group of musicians that all have one thing in common: Africa."

Follwed by a performance of The London African Gospel Choir


7th December 2017

Nicole Krättli - Madgascar, The Dying Paradise

"The majority of Madagascar’s forest has already been destroyed and the situation threatens to get even worse."

Ines Alves - At the Crossroad

"A personal journey through the city of Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, after 40 years of independence from Portugal."

Ethan Wong - Enter the Lion

" An observational documentary film on the Lion Dance Community in London and the three performers who have devoted themselves to keeping the legacy of this tradition alive. "

Performance TBD


8th December 2017

Sonja Madani - Love Child

" In this documentary, the filmmaker undertakes a personal journey to explore how her birth as an illegitimate child shaped her experiences and the lives of her family."

Linnea de la Chapelle - Tunhamn 59°55′35″N 22°10′55″E

"Sea as far as the eye can see, self-built electricity, and outdoor toilets - this is the home of a family on a remote island in Finland, but also a lifestyle that is slowly dying out."

Marie-Lena Eissing - Phillip und ich

"A personal portrait about the filmmaker’s relationship with her severely disabled brother."

Followed by a panel "Women in Documentary Film"

Confirmed panelist BAFTA award winning Hilary Durman.








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