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15th - 17th November 2019, Edinburgh
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PechaKucha Presentations

A series of short visual presentations on a range of issues and topics relevant to young people.

Pechakucha Presentation Saturday 17th November 2018, 18:30 to 19:30

The following people have got something to share with you…..

Better Than Zero – will talk about the movement against precarious work. They challenge bad bosses and campaign against zero hours contracts, low pay and fight for respect for every worker. 

BBC Three – Ross Semple will do a short presentation about making short documentaries for BBC Three and how young people can get involved.

Document Film Festival –  producer, Richard Warden will take a timely look at who gets to tell cinematic stories in socially engaged documentary. What roles can, and should, we take on when trying to change the world through film?

Careers Behind the Scenes in Film & TV Drama – Hit the Ground Running’s Linda Fraser will give a whistle stop tour of the variety of jobs which make up a drama crew.​

BBC The Social – is an award-winning digital team based in Glasgow that develops new creative talent from all across Scotland.  Learn about how they work with contributors, create real success stories and how you can get involved.

Blueprint – Scottish Independent Cinema – is a platform to promote truly independent film practitioners throughout Scotland. It was launched in 2015 as a collaboration with Glasgow Short Film Festival and has emerged as the largest film programme of its kind in Central Scotland.  Its long term goal is to establish a network of film exhibitors supporting independent practitioners and to ensure their place in Scotland’s screen history.

Creative Collisions – Young artist, Shelby Johnston explains the journey of developing Creative Collision, a Youth Arts Networking event designed to bridge the gap between art as a hobby into paid work whilst connecting Scottish industry professionals & young artists (but keeps the chat at the events a laugh… none of this awkward introducing yourself over tea & biscuits.).

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