Friday 1st July 2016, Digital Performance Lab,
University of Salford, MediaCityUK, Salford, M50 2HE
10am to 6pm
Michael Blyth (BFI Flare, London)
Jay Bernard (BFI Flare, London)
Berwyn Rowlands (Iris Prize, Cardiff)
Dagmar Brunow (Teddy Award Jury 2016, Berlin and Hamburg International Queer Film Festival)
Learn different approaches to LGBT film programming, the challenges involved, how to programme for different audiences and discuss what would and would not get programmed.
Participants must be aged between 18 and 25 years old (inclusive) and are welcome to attend however they identify whether that be as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex (LGBTI) or hetrosexual.
Participants living outside Greater Manchester must work or volunteer for a film screening organisation in order to attend. Participants living within Greater Manchester do not need to work/volunteer for a film screening organisation. They will have the opportunity to form as a group and programme some of the films for the Queer Media Festival in Manchester in November.
Participants living within Greater Manchester will be able to claim back, on production of a receipt, reasonable travel expenses from Queer Media. Participants living outside Greater Manchester MAY be able to apply for a bursary to cover the cost of travelling to the workshop from their local BFI Film Hub. Contact your local BFI Film Hub for more details.
To apply for a free place on this workshop please use this online form:
How to get to the venue: http://www.salford.ac.uk/mediacityuk/location
Workshop organised by Jamie@queermedia.org.uk