Playback: Making It, Millennial Creatives and the Digital Revolution

A frank, film-centric discussion with digital native creatives about their work, inspirations and how they have forged their professional careers. Hosted by filmmaker and writer Bidisha, the panel explore how creativity can survive in a world where you can make what you want, but payment, career stability and institutional support are hard to find. We discuss the barriers to creative and career success and the solutions for any young creative wanting to craft a body of work that stands the test of time. We also celebrate millennial creativity, where nobody is solely a director or a designer but instead takes on many roles, spanning film, performance, dance and fine art. Host Bidisha is joined by writer Simran Hans, creative educator Lou Barnell, filmmakers Alexander Rowland, Georgie Daley and Aliyah Hasinah, and Jide Adetunji and Ibrahim Kamara, creators of GUAP magazine.

Companies

  • ICA London – Institute of Contemporary Arts

    ICA London – Institute of Contemporary Arts

    • Arts and Culture

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