These Industry Sessions are part of a range of Young Film Programmers focused activities, programmed by Film Hub South East, Depot and Reel Connections.
We’re delighted to welcome Lizzie Banks (Producer, Oska Bright Film Festival) for the third in our new series of YFP Industry Sessions. These sessions are designed to give our Young Film Programmers and others the opportunity to talk directly to people working in the film exhibition sector, addressing different aspects of programming with a range of experts from across the industry.
About the session
In this session, Lizzie will be discussing access and inclusion and talking about how you can disrupt the norm with real representations in your programming choices, as well as building your awareness of welcoming all audiences back to cinemas in 2021.
Lizzie Banks is the Producer of Oska Bright Film Festival. The festival is the biggest film festival in the world showcasing films made by, or featuring people with a learning disability, autism or Aspergers. The festival is supported by the BFI, Arts Council England and Adult Swim and is also now BAFTA accredited. Oska Bright Film Festival tours the UK and abroad in non-festival years sharing award-winning shorts and features, running workshops and hosting seminars.
This event will be live-captioned, instructions on how to access the captions will be provided at the beginning of the event. If you have any questions about the event please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.