The 2017 Documentary Media Month programme was officially launched at Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College or as most of us know it….. WQE!
Over 40 WQE students visited the specially created pop-up version of the Documentary Media Centre to see ‘documentary media’ – film, photography, audio and new media exhibits that showcase real people, real places and real events from around the world.
Through support of the WQE Developing Young Professionals project, the Documentary Media Centre strives to ensure that students are given access to a wide range of opportunities to develop their employability skills for working in the media industry.
Click the link for the WQE website: www.wqe.ac.uk
10am-1pm WQE College, University Road, Leicester LE1 7RJ.
East Midlands Community Media Network
The aim of this project is to develop networking events, host regular podcasts discussions, list and share information about community media groups in the East Midlands, and promote ideas that support community development practices through community media.
Rob Watson & I discussed the role and importance of documentary media in a rapidly changing world – listen to Podcast One here
All welcome…tea & biscuits!
Click here to view the new site: www.civic.our.dmu.ac.uk
The 2017 Documentary Media Month theme is global citizens dedicated to showcasing real people, real places and real events from around the world.
The documentary film programme is the 8th Leicester Docfilm Festival.
The Documentary Media Centre project organises events, education based activities and workshops covering 4 areas:
- documentary film
- documentary photography
- documentary audio
- documentary new media
The pop-up Documentary Media Centre will be hosted on the 1st Floor of 10 Bishop Street, Leicester LE1 6AF.
For further information please email John Coster, Journalist on email@example.com