Monday, February 01, 2010

SEE Documentary Film Festival in Brighton

Leading filmmakers flock to Brighton for 2010 SEE Documentary Film
Festival. (19th-21st February.)
The weekend-long festival, organised by Back2Back productions Ltd., will
showcase and celebrate the work of some of the UK's most respected
documentary filmmakers with screenings, seminars and special events.

Simon Shaps (ex ITV Director of Television) will be holding a Q&A with
internet sensation Lauren Luke.

SEE also features talks, screenings and master classes from David
Notman-Watt, Daisy Asquith, Jonathan Meades, Penny Woolcock, Marc Francis,
Jerry Rothwell, Marc Isaacs, Phil Grabsky and festival patron Nick
Broomfield, all of whom will offer up and coming and experienced film
makers the opportunity to ask questions about their experiences of
documentary production.

SEE will also hold a series of seminars with leading broadcasters and
other organisations including Shooting People, Channel 4, and Al Jazeera.
ITV's Jo Clinton-Davis will talk about the future of documentaries within
commercial television.

Other experts from across the industry will share information on
distribution, how to pitch your documentary, and working with long term
contributors.

For tickets please call the Brighton Dome Box Office 01273 709709 or
www.brightonticketshop.com.

Festival information:
www.seefestival.org
01273 227700
see@seefestival.org