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New Futures For Black British Film Conference

Invite relating to a conference, 1998
Published by: NFT/BFI
Year published: 1998
Unpaginated.

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A4 doublsided printed invitation/info sheet/purple text and image/produced by the organisers to advertise:

Title: New Futures For Black British Film Conference | National Film Theatre: 23 + 24 October 1998

Contains image reproductions : Pressure Dir: Horace Ové, top: Speak Like a Child Dir: John Akomfrah, Left: Baby Mother Dir: Julian Henriques

From the text: “Why aren’t There more New Black Features?; How Do I Get Into The Mainstream?; What Are The Opportunities For Funding?; How Do I Get My Film Distributed?
These questions and many others will be discussed at the New Futures For Black British Film Conference, organised by the British Film Institute, Middlesex University and the Black Film Bulletin.”

Featured speakers: John Akomfrah - Film Director, BAFC; Peter Ansorge - Former Head of Drama, Channel 4; Marc Boothe - Director of Nubian Tales; Gurinder Chadha - Film director, Umbi Films; Jane Giles - Head of Distribution, BFI Films; Paul Gilroy - Professor, department of Sociology, Goldsmiths’ College; Carolyn Lambert - Director of Lottery Film, ACE; Simon Perry - Chief Executive, British Screen; Nik Powell - Executive Producer; Onyekachi Wambu - Editor, Black Bulletin; John Woodward - Director, BFI; Lola Young - Professor of Cultural Studies, Middlesex University; Stephen Woolley - Film Producer.

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»  John Akomfrah OBE

Born, 1957 in Accra, Ghana

»  Lola Young OBE

Born, 1951

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