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Work-in-Progress: Migration 
Convenors:
Caterina Sartori (Goldsmiths (University of London))
Stephen Hughes (Royal Anthropological Institute)
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Discussant:
Ethiraj Gabriel Dattatreyan (New York University)
Format :
Workshop
Sessions:
Wednesday 8 March, -
Time zone: Europe/London

Short Abstract:

We welcome proposals from practitioners and artists who wish to receive feedback on a multimodal work-in-progress at any stage of production. The selected participants will receive feedback from an expert and from their peers in a supportive environment.

Long Abstract:

We welcome proposals from practitioners who wish receive feedback on a multimodal work-in-progress at any stage of production. The selected participants will get a chance to present their work to an expert: either a filmmaker, artist or an academic drawn from the wide RAI film network who can comment on their work in a generative way. We welcome digital media, sound, illustration, web based work, and other creative endeavours.

The sessions will be moderated by RAI Film Festival directors Caterina Sartori and Stephen Hughes, and they will be open to the festival audience. We aim to provide a creative and nurturing environment in which creators will benefit from the expertise and sensibility of senior practitioners, scholars and peers. It is an opportunity to receive valuable feedback and encouragement, to think through issues and open questions, and to connect with a network of peers. Each selected participant will have 30 minutes to present their work and receive comments.

In your proposal please provide:

- a brief summary of your project

- information on what stage your project will be at (pre-production, production, post-production)

- an indication of what aspect you would like feedback on (for example but not limited to.: editing, sound design, narrative structure, concept)

- OPTIONAL: a link to a sample of your current project (for eg a website, a set of images, sound or video of up to 5 minutes)

Accepted papers:

Session 1 Wednesday 8 March, 2023, -
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