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Eliot Michl Asked to Speak at Filmmaker Studio LIVE

The Manchester Film Festival in association with XS Manchester and The Manchester Studios presents Filmmaker Studio LIVE.

Taking place over four days of the festival on the 4th-8th March at the prestigious Manchester Studios and presented by the Great Northern Film Lab the events will take the form of a chat show and will be hosted by BBC Manchester’s Film Critic Tom Percival.

Tickets and full details can be found here: www.maniff.com/filmmaker-studios

The studios will feature directors, cast, producers and writers from the official selection discussing their films, the filmmaking process, film financing and everything in-between. Attendees will then be able to ask the guests questions in a more in-depth discussion than the post screening Q&A’s.

Highlights include the directors of world premiering films THE RUNAWAYS and FAR FROM THE APPLE TREE sitting down to talk feature filmmaking, the team behind documentary PUBLIC FIGURE including social media star Bonang Matheba will be discussing social media and documentary filmmaking. On the Wednesday panels of short filmmakers from around the world will be talking about their work and on Friday 8th the team behind powerful short SIDES OF A HORN, about South Africa’s poaching war, will be discussing the issues raised within the film. There will also be talks on film financing and horror screenwriting.

Following the studios audiences will be able to attend networking drinks at the MANIFF studio bar, getting a rare opportunity to meet filmmakers and enjoy the inclusive party atmosphere that MANIFF prides itself on.

Tickets cost £2 with all proceeds going to the Teenage Cancer Trust and can be purchased in advance at www.maniff/tickets or on the day.

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FILMMAKER STUDIO LIVE

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Filmmaker Studio 4

Manchester, United Kingdom

A selection of cast and crew from MANIFF2019’s shorts will be talking short films and filmmaking.

 
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Eliot Michl