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Shiny launches Feedback LIVE! at Stink on July 17th
Shiny, home of the Shiny Awards & Shiny Critiques, launches a new event at Stink in July - Feedback LIVE!
Feedback LIVE! screens videos under five minutes, from brave emerging filmmakers - which will then be discussed by four industry heavyweights, with the filmmakers, in front of a live audience.
The panellists on the first Feedback LIVE!, taking place at Stink on July 17th, are Amar Ediriwira, aquisitions director and film curator at 4:3 Boiler Room; Katie Lambert, head of music videos at Stink Films, London; Tom Carson, programme manager & commissioner at JagerMusic; Daniella Manca, head of music & content at Caviar London.
"Shiny is increasingly focusing on helping emerging filmmakers build skills and their networks”, says Shiny founder Caroline Bottomley. “Live reviews of exciting new work, by industry heavyweights is good for everyone, and I expect it will be an entertaining, illuminating and fun evening.”
The event takes place from 7-9.30pm, Tuesday 17th July at Stink, 5-23 Old Street, London, EC1V 9HL. Tickets cost £20 (emerging filmmakers) and £45 (non-emerging filmmakers).
If you want to attend, and also if you would like your work reviewed by the panel, more details here.
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