|22 Oct 2009||2:00pm - 4:00pm||CRASSH, 17 Mill Lane, Cambridge|
Film and social development
This discussion-based seminar will explore different applications of film in social development: as a campaigning tool; as documentation; and as an empowering tool through the participative processes of film-making. It will draw on a variety of short clips from the UK and overseas taken from the work of Dominique Chadwick, a Cambridge-based practitioner in film and development. The clips will be used to stimulate discussion on a range of themes such as development process, power relations, and the role of the external film-maker.
Examples of Dominique’s work can be seen at www.filmafrica.net/
On the day. This event is not ticketed and is open to all. There will be a maximum of 80 places available.
Please email Sam Mather with any questions about the event.