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Workshop: Identity & Documentary with Scottish Documentary Institute
October 10, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pmFree
Join us to explore the notion of identity through the medium of short documentary, with guest filmmakers working in animation, broadcast, and creative documentary.
Organised in partnership with Scottish Documentary Institute, this workshop is aimed at emerging filmmakers and artists who are developing projects around identity and are keen to get inspired in an informal, collaborative, and safe environment. Participants will be invited to submit their own short documentary project for feedback if they would like to.
We are delighted that documentary filmmakers Inma de Reyes and Steven Fraser will discuss their work during this session.
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BSL interpretation by Katy Smillie and Chloe Elder and live captioning provided.
120 minutes long.
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Inma de Reyes
Inma is a queer Spanish filmmaker based in Edinburgh, where she graduated in Film Directing. Her debut documentary short ‘To Be a Torero’ premiered in Sheffield Doc/Fest in 2018 and she is currently developing its feature version, ‘El Niño y el Traje de Luces / The Boy and the Suit of Lights’, co-produced with Aconite Productions (UK) and Rustic Canyon (USA) and due to premiere in 2022. She also recently directed a mid length documentary, ‘Isabel’s Independence’, commissioned by BBC Scotland and Creative Scotland. Inma is a Chicken & Egg Pictures grantee and her work has featured in The Skinny, MUBI and Screenskills.
Steven is an animator, artist and writer who creates short films, comics, zines, performances and installations. Steven makes inventive use of animation, illustration, puppetry and kinetic art to present unique and interesting stories. Steven identifies as queer and autistic and his animation and performance work has been screened and staged at many international film and arts festivals.
Scottish Documentary Institute (SDI)
Established in 2004 to nurture documentary filmmakers and audiences in Scotland and beyond, SDI specialises in documentary training, production and distribution, supporting filmmakers through its diverse programme of international activities and high quality training programmes.
SDI has produced over a hundred and fifty films, screening in eighty countries worldwide, garnering international recognition as being at the cutting edge of the documentary sector. Bridging art and industry, SDI is committed to supporting authored films driven by content and emotional experience.
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