‘Music to film – film to music’
We will be showing a number of films made by disabled artists/filmmakers with music made by disabled artists/musicians to celebrate their skills in both music creation and filmmaking. The artists/musicians and filmmakers will present and talk about their work and answer questions. There will also be an open discussion about the relevance and importance of disabled music and filmmaking and what opportunities are open to disabled artists/musicians and filmmakers. This is an excellent opportunity for disabled artists/musicians and filmmakers and members of organisations working with disabled people in music and filmmaking to share experiences and knowledge.
Where: BFI Southbank – The Blue Room
Date: 10th March 2014
Times: 1.30pm to 4.30pm – including tea/coffee break
Speakers include: Susan Young animation artist, Chas de Swiet musician/filmmaker & Associate Producer Greenwich & Docklands Festivals, Melanie Clifford sonic/visual artist, David Somerset BFI Southbank Education Curator, Ivan Riches visual/sonic artist & filmmaker. More programme details will be sent out shortly.
This is a free event but there are a maximum of 60 places, so please make your reservation ASAP. Please give details of any access needs, particularly if you use a wheelchair. Unfortunately we do not have a budget for BSL signers or captioning.
For further information and reservations contact ‘Music to film – film to music’
Phone: Drake Music Administrator 020 7739 5444
Drake Music – Connect & Collaborate London is supported by the City Bridge Trust & ACE