Debate & discussion on Black Filmmakers in Birmingham

Posted on 2 November 2017

How can young Black filmmakers get off this treadmill and onto a path to productive creativity, autonomy and success?

Statistically speaking, the Black British filmmaker doesn’t exist (Creative Skillset, 2016). The truth is this: across the UK there are thousands of British Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) film graduates and self-taught independents running flat-out on a daily treadmill of low-budget music videos and no-budget YouTube promotions.

Find out how, with filmmaker and entreprenuer Daniel Alexander who brings his ten-year industry experience and his insight as a manager of Punch Records’ BACK IN programme. Back In is a six month artist development scheme for early career filmmakers from BME backgrounds.

Meet Daniel Alexander and find out about his journey and join in the panel discussion on Monday 20 November 2017 from 5pm – 7.30pm. For further information and to book tickets please click here.

Debate & discussion on Black Filmmakers in Birmingham