Book one ticket to attend all or any of the LSFF talks from Mon 17 –Fri 21 Jan.
Mon 17 Jan:
For artists and filmmakers who feel overwhelmed and stumped by securing funding for their work, this talk aims to help you.
This session will focus on telling stories and sharing narratives that are built locally.
Tue 18 Jan:
A panel of film creatives working across TikTok, Instagram, Letterboxd, podcasts, video essays, and more.
A panel discussion covering how class issues interconnect with and compound other axes of oppression and exclusion, and what we can do to challenge this.
Wed 19 Jan:
While feature films have a traditional circuit of release going from production to festivals and then to cinemas, short films have a more fluid life cycle.What happens after the circuit?
Whether it’s building a DIY digital archive, leading radical debates on othering, or launching a production company, our speakers have built impactful work as a direct response to the need for wider representation and conversation around radical change.
Thu 20 Jan:
As two art forms with storytelling at their heart, books and film have long walked hand-in-hand.
The Cinesisters talk through their chosen selection of shorts in this year’s programme.
Fri 21 Jan:
This panel assembles and celebrates the work of a group of high-flying POC film executives.
we sit down with three of the show’s directors (Kate Herron, Runyararo Mapfumo and Ben Taylor) and discuss how Sex Education has served as a stepping stone for their own careers, opening up opportunities for young filmmakers behind the camera, as well as conversations in front.
If you have any access requirements, please contact our box office team on 020 7613 7498 or email firstname.lastname@example.org