Wed, 21 Feb|
Film Programming Masterclass
Do you want to learn about film programming ? Director of Plymouth Arts Cinema and Cornwall Film Festival Director will talk about how to programme from world cinema to arthouse films to how to work with audiences.
Time & Location
21 Feb 2024, 18:00 – 19:20
Anna Navas is an established film programmer at Plymouth Arts Cinema. She has developed a national reputation as a champion of gender equality in the film industry, as an early adopter of The F-Rating and Birds Eye View’s Reclaim the Frame. Hosting regular talks by internationally renowned filmmakers such as director Ben Wheatley, and Oscar winners Roger Deakins and Director of BFI Film Fund of Mia Bays. Anna believes "the best way to enjoy film is the shared experience of a visit to the cinema"
The Cornwall Film Festival breaks the most anticipated films of the year, creating a balance, starting a conversation with the audience and drawing attention to lesser-known films. Our events bring people together and foster connection, engagement and understanding through digital media. We aim to help develop our audience’s understanding of the media, not only as a form of entertainment but as a way of engaging in ideas, dialogue and debate about culture & society, celebrating the authentic diversity and experiences of modern society.
Starting at 6pm Online 1hr including questions
Louise & Anna will talk about their backgrounds - how they got into film programming.
How we start to construct a programme with examples
Things to consider - audiences, curation, diversity standards, partner projects, distribution and much much more
How does a cinema programme differ from a festival programme, timing and planning
How are programmes evaluated, and why
Do you have any questions ?
This masterclass is listed as Pay What You Can - even a small amount will add up and help our Charity continue its work.
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