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We are super excited to announce our next DPFC event is booked in for Wednesday 19 April.
It's going to be a work-in-progress event where five filmmakers show us clips from a project they're working on and talk about their creative process so it will be a really unique and interesting evening.
As always, it will be at the Highgate Library hall with a 7pm start. Pay what you can afford. Wine & cheese provided. First in, first served.
-> Director Vanessa Engle speaking about her entire body of work
-> Director Kevin MacDonald talking about his drama film starring Saoirse Ronan, HOW I LIVE NOW
-> Director Sarah Gavron talking about her first film, about the fragility of premature babies, THE LITTLE LIFE
-> Producer Simon Chinn talking about his documentary, PROJECT NIM
-> Director Paddy Wivell looking back at his career and showing cips from his films
-> Director George Hencken talking about her documentary about Spandau Ballet, SOUL BOYS OF THE WESTERN WORLD
-> Animator Sofia Negri talking about her short film, CANVAS, which is about recovering from the trauma of losing someone close to suicide
-> Location Manager Ian Hutchinson talking about his work on FLEABAG which was filmed locally
-> Editor Anna Price talking about her Sundance film TOKYO IDOLS
-> Director Julie Moggan talking about her documentary about Mills & Boons authors, GUILTY PLEASURES
-> Actor Shirley Jaffe talking about her role in the 1970 Hammer Horror filmed in Highgate Cemetry, TASTE THE BLOOD OF DRACULA
-> Director Patrick McLennan talking about his documentary about the ponds on Hampstead Heath, THE PONDS
-> Director Sam Collins talking about his cricket documentary, DEATH OF A GENTLEMAN
-> Editor Justine Wright talking about the one-man, tense drama film starring Tom Hardy, LOCKE
-> 98-year-old Actor Earl Cameron speaking about his role in the BAFTA winning 1959 film about a murder on Hampstead Heath, SAPPHIRE
-> Director Katharine Round speaking about her documentary THE DIVIDE which was inspired by the hugely successful non-fiction book about inequality THE SPIRIT LEVEL
-> Editor Chris Dickens speaking about his work on the Palme D’Or nominated fiction film, MACBETH
-> Writer Dan Mazer sharing his experience working on BORAT, and also talking about his role in THE ALI G SHOW and BRIDGET JONES’ DIARY
-> Producer David Thompson talking about his 2015 film starring Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds, THE WOMAN IN GOLD
-> Director Of Photography John Sorapure talking about his work on PADDINGTON
-> Producer Mike Elliot and Distributor Andrew Orr talking about their work on the boxing film, JAWBONE
-> Director Andrew Ruhemann talking about his work on the Academy Award winning animation, THE LOST THING
-> Director Marc Silver talking about his feature documentary about Ayuhasca and Indigenous healers, ANTIDOTE
-> Animator Osbert Parker talking about his body of award-winning work