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Workshop: Kameran som vittne och verktyg

Kameran som vittne och verktyg
Etik och praktik i dokumentära processer

Foto: Ellinor Hallin

I denna workshop får du vrida och vända på olika dilemman du kan eller har ställts inför och vad du kan tänka på tills nästa gång. Aktuella dokumentärfilmaren Karin Ekberg delar med sig av situationer som hon ställts inför i sitt skapande och vill gärna att du tar med dig dina berättelser och dilemman.

Alla workshopsdeltagare får också gratis se Karins dokumentärfilm Efter Inez som BoostHbg visar i ett samarbete med Doc Lounge Helsingborg den 13/9 kl 18.00 i Teatersalen på Dunkers kulturhus. Här läser du mer om det!

Datum: torsdag den 14/9
Tid: Kl 09.00-13.00 (frukost 09.00-09.30)
Plats: BoostHbg, 4 vån, norra vingen, Dunkers kulturhus

Dagen är gratis men det finns begränsat antal workshopsplatser så anmäla dig innan den 8/9 <—

Foto: Linda Helin

KARIN EKBERG is a director and producer of documentary and short fiction. She has a BA in Fine Arts and Photography from the Netherlands, a master in Journalism from Stockholm University and a master in Film from Gothenburg University. Her feature length debut A Separation, about her own parents divorce process, opened the Swedish Tempo Documentary festival and was screened on Nordic National TV and cinema during 2014, as well as at international festivals such as CPH DOX, Thessaloniki and Krakow. It was nominated for Prix Europa in 2015. Her new film After Inez, following a young couple who gets a stillborn baby, exploring grief, love and taboos, won the Tempo Documentary Award in march 2017 and is theatrically released late 2017.

Karin was born in Stockholm 1979. She has long experience of working with talent development, gender equality in the film industry, and communication strategies for different film organisations in Sweden. She is currently president of the Independent filmmakers Sweden (OFF) and often engaged as a guest tutor at film schools and film organisations.

Karin has received scholarships from The Swedish Arts Grants Committee and The Bergman Foundation among others, and is now in development of a new film project exploring vulnerability and manhood. For more info about her previous films check out www.aseparation.se and www.afterinez.com

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