Make Film – a new film industry panel event to inspire (London)

Julian Bushell & Noel Wilson present Make Film, organized in collaboration with Non-Multiplex Cinema

Host: Scott Norveil

When: Tuesday 27th October 2015, 7.30pm

Where: Deloitte Auditoirum, 2 New St Square, London EC4A 3BZ (map)

Film Means Business

Itinerary: Networking, panel and Q&A

Make Film is a new exciting platform organised by
Non-Multiplex Cinema
, to inspire filmmakers to go out and make film. Orson Welles once said that “movie making is the only art form where the artist can’t afford the material for his art.” Well, that is not true anymore. Prosumer cameras can now shoot films that could grace any cinema. Crowd sourcing has established itself as a viable alternative to raising funds for the first time filmmaker. There are plenty of exciting avenues in online distribution and exhibition, opening up doors to getting your film seen by a worldwide audience. There are also expanding world film markets becoming major players. It was February of this year when for the first time, China outgrossed the US in revenue income from movies.



Make Film features a panel of diverse knowledge, experience and insights from their personal journeys about how you too can go out and make films in today’s climate. The hope is that with their help and the people that you meet at the event, that it will inspire you with a can do attitude on to great things.Enquiries:
Tickets at £10.00 each.
 

THE PANELLISTS

 Jackson Pat
Jackson Pat (Producer/Director) Hong Kong born Jackson Pat was sent to the UK by his parents aged 17 to finalise his higher education. There, Jackson graduated as a Graphic Designer.

In 1985 he went back to Hong Kong and worked as a producer/ director with numerous film & media companies including TVB (HK) (Television Broadcast Hong Kong) and TVBS-E (Television broadcasting Satellite – Europe) and Cannes Film (Production House).

In 1998 he created his own production company Scene Productions Ltd with the aim to produce and direct films in the UK and to offer production services to Chinese and Asian companies.

Since then Jackson has produced and directed numerous commercials for the European and Asian market. He has also produced and co-directed several Chinese & Asian feature films.

In 2013 he directed his lastest feature film which will have a national theatrical release in China.
Simon C.K. Wu
Simon C.K. Wu (Writer) A freelancer with experience working on shorts in the capacity of scriptwriter. Wu has over twenty years working experience as a scriptwriter and playwright in film, theatre and radio.

Film Scripts

1. Chosen to be part of the Channel 4 and Wrap X film project, BREAKOUT, which provides support for non-Caucasian writers and directors to produce commercial films. His film script, Spirit Money, has reached the final stage of the competition.

2. His short film, Merry-Go-Round, was awarded the Enfield Film Fund and was shown at the opening night of the Wood Green International Short Film Festival on 19 April 2008 (and was later nominated the Best Local Short Film Award), at the MoDa Lecture Theatre at the Middlesex University on 29 April 2008 and the National Film Theatre (NFT3) on 2 June 2008.

3. His short film, China Watch, made for festival submission is currently in an advanced editing stage.

4. He has written a video script designed for use in training health care workers in their handling of AIDS patients, commissioned by The Society for AIDS Care (1999).

Wu’s play include Wolf in the House (Hong Kong), Pilgrimage of the Heart (West Wing, Slough & Camden, London), Oikos (Jellyfish Theatre, Southwark, published by Oberon Books) amongst others. Wu’s co-written radio plays have been broadcast on the BBC World Service.
 Yvette Hoyle
Yvette Hoyle (Executive Producer) A Co-Founder of Coppola Productions, Yvette is passionate about film. She has extensive media and business experience with diversified skills as a producer, including project management PR, marketing, creative development and packaging projects for finance. Yvette has dedicated her time to acquisitions and financing, assembling a slate from biopics to drama, thriller and comedy ncluding such varied projects as Carpet Boy, Angel Wing, Enzo Ferari and Cucumber Sandwiches. Her direct and open approach has enabled her to have many working partnerships with UK and international feature film producers, including: Luminaire Films where Yvette is also a company Director, Triple S films, Green Screen Studios, Olympia, and Solar Productions Yvette has previously produced and exec produced Casanova’s Love Letters, exec produced the film Casanova’s Last Stand, exec produced the documentary The Lost World of the Crystal Skull, winning two festival awards. Producer for’ Yulia, the story of Yulia Tymoshenko’ s extraordinary rise and fall in politics, screened in Paris, Israel, the US and London. Further credits include Pimp (2010) and Obama Irish Roots (2011), which has won two awards for Best Documentary for Hampton Intemational Black Film Festival USA and Best Director for People’s Choice. “George Clooneys Irish Roots” 2013″ The Crypt” feature Producer. “The Ambassador and his Wife” Producer.
 Pascal Bergamin
Pascal Bergamin (Director)

Pascal Bergamin
studied film at the Zurich University of Arts, Switzerland. Since 2005 he has been working as a freelance writer/director for fictional and documentary films. In 2012 he produced and directed his debut feature film, Nice Guy. Pascal works and lives in London.



Current projects include One Summer, feature film, script and in development Portraits of Dangerous Women, script

Susan’s Brother, feature film, treatment – EKRAN 2014

Jura, TV series, treatment

 

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About Julian Bushell

Founder of Non-Multiplex Cinema and creator of FILM MEANS BUSINESS. Now starting a new way to make film called "Blur the line". It takes the workshop environment of experimentation and learning and marries that with cinema quality equipment, filming at actual locations when possible. The end result is a scene the same as or as close as possible to the quality of a real production.

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