In the last fortnight, our Creative Producer Andrew Sleigh has been taking part in an exciting new international initiative, Recife: The Playable City at Watershed. Bristol. The project brings together creative practitioners from Pernambuco (Brazil) and the UK to exchange ideas and develop new works that respond to the theme of The Playable City.
In production with Lighthouse and the Open Rights Group, Brighton Cryptofestival was a day of talks, workshops and activities on practical privacy, surveillance and censorship. Storyteller & Technologist Natalie Kane, attended (and learned how to encrypt her email).
Adding to the news of Orbit Ever After winning the Grand Prix at Encounters in September and being nominated by the festival for the European Film Awards, we’re delighted to announce a further three BFI Shorts festival wins, plus a BIFA nomination.