EVENT: 8th December 2018
VENUE:The Gulbenkian, University of Kent, Canterbury
On Saturday 8th December, ThinkNation: Project Twist-It LIVE will bring young people and mentors from tech, arts, education, and business together to explore through music, filmmaking and performance how we can smash the poverty stigma many young people from diverse backgrounds experience in schools, in the media, online and in society.
Billie JD Porter – will be flying from Los Angeles and will be hosting the event. Billie is a writer, documentary filmmaker and presenter for organizations including BBC, Channel 4 and Vice.
Louisa Roach – Louisa will perform and also sit on the panel Q&A discussion. She is lead singer of of Liverpool-based band She Drew The Gun, winners of Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent contest in 2016 and featured as part of BBC 6 Music at SXSW 2016.
Jonathan Wakeham – Screenwriter. Jonathan is a stage and screenwriter. He is the co-founder of the LOCO London Comedy Film Festival, which champions playful, political and provocative new comedy and new talent, and teaches screenwriting at Pinewood Studios. Jonathan is a trustee of Camden People’s Theatre and Arts Emergency, a charity that supporters and mentors young people with low incomes but high ambitions.
Conrad Murray – Actor, Writer, Director, Rapper, Beatboxer, Singer and Theatre maker. Conrad is Director of the BAC Beatbox Academy.
There is also the amazing opportunity of having a 10-15 mins interview with any of the people involved in the event. If you’re interested please contact Ana Tapia, a second Year film student, at firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of the day.
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