Damilola Lemomu
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Damilola Lemomu

FilmmakerLondon, United Kingdom
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Damilola Lemomu
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Damilola Lemomu

FilmmakerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Damilola Lemomu is a London based artist/filmmaker and producer working across moving-image, performance, archive and sound. Her work experiments with cinematic and artistic forms while exploring themes of identity, migration and place.
Projects credited in
  • The Time Is Now
    The Time Is NowRose Bruford College Collaborative Theatre Making MA/MFA presents: The Time Is Now 2020. The Time Is Now. It is an extraordinary time to live, to love, to survive, to slow down, to be isolated, to connect, to regret, to care, to be forgotten, to affect change, to rage, to make art, to say no, to say yes, to take action. What can we hear if we stop to listen? And how might it change us? The Time Is Now is collage of time pieces devised and performed by the Collaborative Theatre Making Ensemb
Work history
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    ArtistEssex County Council
    Civic Centre, THE WATER GARDENS, College Square, Harlow CM20 1WG, UKFreelance
    'Pram Town Revisited' solo audiovisual exhibition opening on 5 November (running until 3 December).
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    VideographerBlack Ballad
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
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Skills
  • Directing Film
  • Documentary Film
  • Film Editing
  • Photography
  • Academic Writing
  • Script Analysis
  • Theatre Production
  • Production Management
  • Producing
  • Video Director
Education
    Goldsmiths, University of London logo
    Goldsmiths, University of London logo
    MA Filmmaking - Screen DocumentaryGoldsmiths, University of London
    London, United Kingdom
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    BA DramaUniversity of East Anglia
     - Norwich, United Kingdom
    Awarded: First Class
Awards
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    Student Postgraduate AwardLearning On Screen Awards
    'Promised Land' is an experimental archive film interrogating the concept of Britain as a land paved with gold and explores generational differences amongst Black and South Asian communities in Birmingham.