- Wed 9 June 18:00
- 1h 00min
As part of this year's festival, the BBC is hosting a special session to explore how background, experience and identity shape the stories we tell. A panel of established filmmakers and broadcasters will discuss the relevance of who is telling the story, both from their own perspectives and also more broadly, as well-known story tellers.
Chaired by David Olusoga (historian and broadcaster), with:
Amber Haque (journalist & filmmaker)
Vanessa Engle (filmmaker)
Xavier Alford (filmmaker)
Liza Williams (filmmaker)
Akala (Hip Hop artist, bestselling author & broadcaster)
Produced by Daisy Scalchi (BBC).
This talk will be available to live stream for all Online Industry Pass holders on our Doc/Player platform. All live-streamed talks will be captioned, provided by AI Media.