BFI NETWORK webinars: More Films for Freedom

Jessica Loveland (Head of BFI Network) and Briony Hanson (Director of Film, British Council) lead this conversation with the team behind The Men Who Speak Gayle – a touching, upbeat, and funny story about a secret gay language – made as a collaboration between UK-based producers Georgie Paget and Thembisa Cochrane (Caspian Films), and South African-based director Andrew Brukman and performer Nathan Kennedy.

The BFI NETWORK team brings you BFI NETWORK Live, a series of recordings from their live webinar events for emerging filmmakers. Featuring interviews and in-conversation discussions with some of the most interesting industry figures and filmmakers ranging from those making innovative, genre defying shorts to seasoned feature filmmakers and HODs.

BFI NETWORK has teamed up with our friends at Encounters Film Festival and Watershed to bring you #shortitout, a call to action for filmmakers to make 90 sec short films during the lockdown period. Filmmakers just need to share their short films on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #shortitout to be in with the chance of seeing their film play on the BFI Player later in the year.

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