You are invited to this year’s North London Story Festival, featuring an exciting programme of talks, debates and a special screening of Generation Revolution followed by a Q&A, pizza, drinks and panel discussion.
Every year the Media Department hosts this all-day event celebrating all forms of storytelling, whether for screen, stage or page.
Where and when? Thursday 21st February 2019, 11am onwards with main events taking place in C219, College Building.
This year’s theme is My Generation, dedicated to stories and narratives about what it means to be young and living in the UK today.
Book tickets, and find out more at: http://northlondonstoryfestival.co.uk
Our fantastic line-up of speakers include:
- Vas Blackwood, of Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels fame, whose 30 year career spans film and TV, and work with The Black Theatre Co-Op, the National Theatre, Young Vic and RSC. Tickets here.
- Benjamin ‘Ben’ Zand, a British-Iranian journalist and filmmaker for the BBC and Royal Television Society Journalism Awards winner. Recent documentaries include ‘R:Kelly: Sex, Lies, and Videotape’ and ‘Searching for Kanye’. Tickets here.
- Alex di Cuffa (Black Cat Theatre, Raindance) will give a first-hand account of surviving in film, TV and theatre. Tickets here.
Don’t miss the Google News Lab workshop, run by journalist Abigail Edge (BBC, The Guardian).
The day will end with a screening of Generation Revolution (2016), about London’s new generation of black and brown activists changing the capital and beyond. Check out the filmmaker’s Q&A, followed by pizza, drinks, and what promises to be a lively ‘My Generation’ debate featuring students from Media Foundation and BA English and staff from Media and Theatre Arts. Come and have your say!
Free: open to students, faculty and members of the public. You are welcome to bring friends and family.