In the bad old days, NGO films were all dehumanising clichés: sad music, hungry children, flies on faces. But NGOs and organisations have become much more sophisticated about how they get their messages across, and increasingly they’re using filmmakers to do it.

This workshop brings together people from foundation and non-profit media departments to explain the role that film and video play in their work and opportunities emerging filmmakers might find in partnering with or working for non-profits.

​Nicky Milne (Thomson Reuters Foundation) will be joined in conversation with Jess Crombie (Global Creative Content Director, Save the Children)Philippa Young (Director/Story Producer, What Took You So Long) and Emma Greaves (Head of Film and Photography, Oxfam)

In collaboration with Thomson Reuters Foundation

 

Image @ REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Good Filmmaking with Good Intentions: Working with NGOs

Wednesday, September 6, 2017 - 13:00
£5

Festival Hub: Bargehouse

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