Unheard Voices 2006
Date posted: 27.11.2006
Unheard Voices (27 November – 3 December) is a new independent film festival for emerging and aspiring film-makers.
The aim of the festival is to gain insight and inspiration from projects produced by some of the most talented and experienced independent film-makers in the British and World Cinema scenes.
Hosted by multi-award winning director Yousaf Ali Khan, newcomers and seasoned professionals alike will be guided all the way from the concept of a film right through to distribution.
There will be seven days of affordable workshops, screenings and seminars held at Karamel Club in Wood Green.
Film-makers delivering masterclasses, workshops and seminars include:
- Menhaj Huda (Kidulthood)
- Sally Hibbin (Almost Adult, I.D., Land & Freedom)
- Brian Tufano (Trainspotting, East is East, Billy Elliot)
- David Belton (Shooting Dogs)
- Terrence Davies (House of Mirth, Distant Voices/Still Lives)
- Mia Bays (Six Shooter, Ex Memoria)
- Domenico Distilo (Inatteso)
- Wade Jacks (Bows Crows & Afros)
- David Pope (New Producers Alliance)
Sponsors Kodak Motion Picture Film will also announce the launch of the Kodak/Collage Arts short script challenge at the event.
Contact email@example.com or use the booking form on the Unheard Voices website www.unheardvoices.co.uk for tickets to the event.
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