Tuesday 6th November: After the Conflict

Join us for this documentary media showcase on what happens ‘After the Conflict’……how do people return home, what do they find….how do they continue to live? Drawing on personal stories from Bosnia to Cambodia, Rwanda to the Rohingya. Venue: DMU Campus, Mill Studios MS0.25 Start time: 6pm FREE entry – open to students, staff & public. Documentary film…

Thursday 8th November: BURKINABÈ RISING

Documentary film showcase screening of ‘BURKINABÈ RISING: the art of resistance in Burkina Faso’ Directed by Iara Lee (Cultures of Resistance Films) Venue: DMU Campus, Mill Studios MS0.25 Start time: 6pm FREE entry – open to students, staff & public. A small landlocked country in West Africa, Burkina Faso is home to a vibrant community…

Programme: Friday 24th November

Using ‘documentary media’ resources in an educational setting Come along and find out how you can use documentary film, photography, audio and new media to showcase real people, real places and real events in your learning space. 4-5pm Doc Media Centre, 1st Floor, 10 Bishops Street, Leicester LE1 6AF. Beautiful Democracy (23 minutes) Join us for this FREE…

Programme: Friday 17th November

Lost In The Nameless City (15 mins) Join us for this FREE showcase screening by 8th DocFilm Festival. This is an abstract documentary in the experimental genre commissioned by Filthy Lucre about urban space in London – combining video with photography and an original minimalist score. It has recently won the Experimental Award at the 12 Months Film Festival…

Programme: Friday 10th November

The Homeless Film Festival (4th-18th November 2017) is a national festival that screens high-end films from around the world, all of which address homelessness or are made by homeless people. Join us for this FREE showcase screening of 2 submissions to HFF 2017. Street Blues (30 mins) -Documentary filmmaker, Nikolas Migut Trailer | Street Blues (2015) from…

Programme: Thursday 9th November

  TESTED Nabbing a spot in one of New York City’s best public high schools can change kids lives…..but who gets in? This documentary, which follows a diverse group of students hoping to ace a single admissions test, explores such important issues as equal access, stereotypes, affirmative action and the model minority myth. For more…

Programme: Monday 6th November

Documentary media exhibition in the De Montfort University Kimberlin Library Join us for this FREE event……. discover how documentary film, photography, audio and new media can be used to showcase the stories of global citizens and the issues that impact their lives……. real people, real places and real events. BoB is the on demand TV and radio service for education. This academically-focused system allows staff and students at subscribing…