Our programme for Saturday evening brings together three documentary makers for an informal discussion around life behind the camera, and the future of documentary making. All are welcome to join the conversation, but we particularly invite other filmmakers to join the discussion at the end and share their own experiences!
Register for this event here: https://www.safarfilmfestival.co.uk/event/safar-social-making-documentaries/
This event is part of the SAFAR Film Festival: SAFAR From Home. Check out our new website to view the full programme of films, live events and sign up!
To view the film programme visit here: https://www.safarfilmfestival.co.uk/PROGRAMME/
About the Speakers
Naziha Arebi is a British-Libyan artist and filmmaker working at the intersection between art and activism, centering identity, gender and reconciliation. Her artwork, photography and shorts have been exhibited globally and alongside her debut BAFTA nominated feature film FREEDOM FIELDS (TIFF, LFF, IDFA) she is also producing the feature AFTER A REVOLUTION and developing her first hybrid fiction feature.
Yasmin Fedda is an award winning filmmaker and artist whose work has focused on themes from Edinburgh bakeries to Syrian monasteries, and from geek anarchism to forcible disappearance. Her films have been BAFTA-nominated and screened at numerous international festivals including Sundance & Edinburgh Film Festival, and some have screened at galleries. Recent films include AYOUNI and QUEENS OF SYRIA.
Basma Khalifa is a Sudanese, raised in Northern Ireland and Scotland, multi-disciplinary creative currently living in London. Across all her creative outlets from her work as a Director, Filmmaker, Writer and Fashion Stylist, Basma believes in creating and telling stories about and for the under-represented youth of our generation. Basma speaks to cultures, heritage and sectors within society which she feels mould our future. Her work seeks to empower creatives and encourage others to explore their identity.
Films include RAMADAN for Facebook, A RAMADAN POEM, and INSIDE THE REAL SAUDI ARABIA for BBC 3.