Sustainable Storytelling in the Scottish Screen Sector with Libby Penmann, Itandehui Jansen & Mairi Claire Bowser (14+ years)

08apr5:30 pm7:00 pmSustainable Storytelling in the Scottish Screen Sector with Libby Penmann, Itandehui Jansen & Mairi Claire Bowser (14+ years)Community Central Hall, 292-316 Maryhill Rd, Glasgow, G20 7YE5:30 pm - 7:00 pm OrganiserFilm Access ScotlandEvent TypeClimate Action,Cultural, Arts & SocialThemeFamily Friendly

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This panel asks the question: what might sustainable storytelling look like for the film industry? How can screen content and production, in both policy and practice, give back rather than take from the environments and communities?

Join Libby Penmann (wildlife documentary filmmaker and We Are Albert ambassador), Itandehui Jansen, (documentary filmmaker, researcher at the University of Edinburgh and finalist in the AHRC’s Research in Film Awards 2021), and Mairi Claire Bowser (Screen Sustainability Manager for Scotland) as they discuss the role of sustainable screen content in Scotland. They will share their expert knowledge on the impacts of documentary and wildlife filmmaking, the importance of a people-centric approach when exploring themes of landscape protection, and how these wider themes connect and can be applied through policymaking.  

14+ years 

This event is supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC, part of UKRI) as part of their Research in Film Awards (RIFA) Climate Screenings 2022. The Research in Film Awards (RIFA) celebrate the best in academic filmmaking in the arts and humanities, and in 2020/21 they recognised the Best Climate Emergency Film of the Year which showcased cutting-edge climate research. 

Time

(Friday) 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Location

Community Central Hall

292-316 Maryhill Rd, Glasgow, G20 7YE