DOCU/CLASS

This year, DOCU/CLASS will be held online on 28 March – 3 April in the online live stream format. Everyone will be able to join them and ask questions of the workshop speakers.

 

The DOCU/CLASS programme includes creative conversations with filmmakers, film critics, curators and researchers. They will share their experiences and approaches to editing in creative documentary filmmaking, talk about the phenomenon of vernacular cinema, about how storytelling can create a platform for dialogue, and how documentaries can become a sociopolitical tool.

 

The events will be streamed live in the DOCUSPACE online cinema.

EVENT SCHEDULE

 

28 March | 5:00 p.m. – Emma Davie: creative documentary editing

30 March | 5:00 p.m. – Film Troubadours: archiving and reimagining amateur films

1 April | 5:00 p.m. – History for the future: visual storytelling as a way to overcome polarisation. Workshop presented by the Arena Programme and the Public Interest Journalism Lab

28 April | 5:00 p.m. – Hubert Sauper: political documentary

18 INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL
26 – 
March
4
April 2021
Emma Davie: Editing in Creative Documentaries
DOCU/CLASS
28 March 2021
Emma Davie: Editing in Creative Documentaries
Duration
60’
DOCU/CLASS
28 March 2021
Film Troubadours: Archivation and Actualisation of Amateur Films
DOCU/CLASS
30 March 2021
Film Troubadours: Archivation and Actualisation of Amateur Films
Duration
60’
DOCU/CLASS
30 March 2021
History for the Future: Visual Storytelling as a Way to Overcome Polarisation
DOCU/CLASS
01 April 2021
History for the Future: Visual Storytelling as a Way to Overcome Polarisation
Duration
60’
DOCU/CLASS
01 April 2021
Hubert Sauper: political documentary
DOCU/CLASS
03 April 2021
Hubert Sauper: political documentary
Duration
60’
DOCU/CLASS
03 April 2021