Moose on the Loose - Relatives Film Festival - 2017

Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talk


Initiated in 2013 by the UAL Photography and the Archive Research Centre (PARC), the Biennale’s mission is to celebrate research in its broadest sense across UAL and with selected external partners. In 2017, Moose will form a part of UAL’s Research Fortnight. Moose encompasses individual researchers, collaborators, and also research taking place in libraries and archives. Building on PARC’s own mission to both produce and encourage high quality and innovative research, to mentor and to act as an ideas lab, Moose is bespoke and outward facing. It acknowledges that in an age of measuring and quantifying, that research is still magical, telling stories, exploring ideas, asking questions of the world around us

Invited to screen 160 Characters and be part of a panel discussing representations of family in Documentary. This one-day festival, part of Moose on the Loose Film Festival explored ways in which documentary filmmakers have investigated the idea of ‘relatives’. Curated by Dr Pratap Rughani and students on MA Documentary Film at London College of Communication.
Period8 Mar 2017
Held atUniversity of the Arts London