Led by Professor Paul Cooke, a project to help young people whose lives have been affected by conflict will showcase how the arts and humanities can help those in need.
Congratulations to Prof Cooke who has been awarded £200k to work on a participatory filmmaking project to explore community-led solutions to the misuse of antibiotics.
Experimental creative micro-project where young filmmakers across Leeds work collectively with international artists to conceive, shoot, edit, produce & distribute a socially-engaged film in a day. Starts at 9:00 am.
Critically acclaimed political thriller directed by Dakxin Chhara that follows a mission to stop a string of terrorist attacks from taking place in Hyderabad, Gujarat. Introduced by Prof. Will Gould. Starts at 5:30 pm.
Tradition and innovation: performance of Beijing Opera; comparative theatre: traditional and modern theatres in China and Western theatre; intercultural performance art
Researcher exploring the audiovisual and oral heritage and its capacity to interrelate with our visual memory and spatiality. Impact of digital tools that enable a broader fruition of this heritage.