South West Picture Show presents: Screen Industry Panel Discussion

Do you want to learn more about the screen industries? We have a producer, a writer/director and a cinematographer/designer coming along to talk about how to get creative stuff done. All three are innovative and talented, and this promises to be an enlightening debate for anyone interested in working in any kind of screen industry work.

David Smith is a Creative Entrepreneur and Social Innovator, currently a director of D-Lux Lighting Festival, co- and Project Manager of the Old School Thornhill He was formerly the Creative Producer of The Cultural Enterprise Office and before that he was an award-winning and BAFTA-nominated film producer. At the start of his career he helped found Theatre Company Suspect Culture with the writer David Greig and director Graham Eatough.

Rachel is a filmmaker from Moniaive in Dumfries & Galloway, currently working in London at the British Film Institute. As a writer/director, Rachel’s practice centres around subversive narratives with a focus on rural and regional characters. Rachel is passionate about increasing accessibility into the film industry, working with the The Stove Network and Alchemy Film & Arts in Southern Scotland. Rachel works across narrative short, documentary and experimental filmmaking.

Jamie Quantrill is a cinematographer of award-winning fiction, non-fiction, artist moving image, commercials and music video. His early career was spent making experimental films in 16mm, Super8mm and Hi8 video at art school (BA Hons Fine Art Intermedia). He graduated in 2001 and spent ten years working as a video editor and camera operator, before moving behind the camera in 2011. His work has been widely exhibited on broadcast media, at international film festivals, in museums, cultural institutions, and galleries around the world.

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South West Picture Show presents: Screen Industry Panel Discussion