Submissions: Doc Media Festival 2018

Details below for submitting content to the Doc Media Festival between 6th-10th November 2018: Theme: global citizens….real people, real places, real events…. Documentary Film: You Tube –  upload the film / share link via email. Vimeo – upload the film / share link via email / we can stream the film via a password protected upload. MP4 –…

Programme: Wednesday 29th November

Documentary Media Podcast Join us for this 5th and final podcast hosted by Rob Watson (DMU). All welcome…tea & biscuits! 5-7pm Doc Media Centre, 1st Floor, 10 Bishop Street, Leicester LE1 6AF.   Doc Media exhibition to mark the UN International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People  Showcase of short clips from documentary films will include 5 Broken Cameras / The…

Programme: Tuesday 28th November

Interested in starting your own film festival? Join us for this illustrated talk that covers ‘how to’ start, ‘who to’ involve, the type of venue and why are you doing it! 4pm-5pm Doc Media Centre, 1st Floor, 10 Bishops Street, Leicester LE1 6AF The 2017 Documentary Media Month theme is global citizens dedicated to showcasing real people, real places and real events from around the…

Programme: Monday 27th November

Community Media Cafe If you were involved in Citizens Eye between 2008-2014, please drop in and ‘share’ your memories on the virtual Museum of Community Media timeline. The Museum of Community Media archive covers 7 years of Leicester’s social history (2008-2014) through the content of community media organisation, Citizens Eye. 10.30am-11.30am The Chapel Cafe, Bishops Street, Leicester LE1 6AF. Museum of Community Media Please…

Programme: Saturday 25th November

Documentary media showcase to mark the UN Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women. Pop-up exhibition at the ‘Domestic Abuse and Faith‘ event – part of the InterFaith Week programme. Please come along to find out more and see how to share best practice and learning’s with other organisations working in the area. Click to visit the website: www.zinthiyatrust.org.ukThe CEO, Zinthiya…

Programme: Tuesday 21st November

Is mental health/illness depicted well on screen? If not, what should be done to improve things? Mental Health Campaigner, Julian Harrison will be ‘in conversation’ with John Coster and discussing ‘the Good, the Bad and the Ugly‘ from television and film over the last 20 years. This is a FREE event and open to the…