BFI Future Film Festival - Monday
So Saturday and Sunday have been and gone to huge success and many may be feeling a bit of a Monday morning lull. Fear not film fans, it’s half term, and the Future Film Festival continues for one more day to kick start the week for any of you lucky enough to be on school holidays and alleviate the start-of-the-week blues for workers and students alike. Today BFI are exploring documentary, so whether you see yourself as David Attenborough, Werner Herzog, or Michael Moore, head down to BFI Southbank for all the latest tips for capturing real life through a lense.
MONDAY 18TH OF FEBRUARY
THE FUTURE OF DOCUMENTARY AND ITS ROLE IN SOCIETY, 12PM
With the internet allowing us information at our fingertips, do we still need documentaries to teach us about the world beyond our front door? This discussion with FILMCLUB will explore why documentaries still matter to society. They will explain how decisions are made and tested in the production process, and how to maintain integrity in such a competative marketplace.
Like the sound of this? You’ll love: How to Get Ahead In Docs, 2pm
MINI DOCS, 2PM
Not only is information at our fingertips, it’s in our hand on the go. Nowadays, cameras on phones can have as many pixels as a digital camera for twice the price so no wonder the use of mobiles to film what’s going on around you is on the rise. Iyare Igiehon will show you how to get the best out of your smart phone as well as explaining what added extras are available to make your mobile doc even better.
Like the sound of this? You’ll love: Becoming YouTube Q&A, 4pm
THE ART OF INTERVIEWING AND PRESENTING, 4PM
Have you always wanted to be a Blue Peter presenter, or fancy yourself as the next Parkinson? Well this workshop will teach you how to instigate creative dialogue and use creative editing to ensure the content of your documentary is engaging.
Like the sound of this? You’ll love: Finding Your Story, 12pm