BFI are an informal space where BAME filmmakers, artists and creatives can introduce and discuss their work with fellow practitioners, these new sessions (held once a month over six months) will feature talent working with or inspired by the moving image.
Saturday 4 August
Our fifth session features Heather Agyepong, who will discuss the influence of the moving image in her photography. Agyepong is a visual artist and performer who lives and works in London. Her work is concerned with mental health and wellbeing, activism and archive.
Saturday 1 September
In September we’re joined by director and creative Raine Allen-Miller, who will discuss the influence of music videos in her work and as an area of experimentation for burgeoning filmmakers. Her first music video for Salute’s track ‘Storm’ was inspired by Brexit and is a celebration of immigration, earning her a place on It’s Nice That’s ones-to-watch. She’s since helmed projects for recording artist Georgia and Nike X Riposte. Image: Raine Allen-Miller
£5 per session BOOK