BFI NETWORK Live - Charlotte Regan Q&A

Join us for an interactive Q&A with BAFTA-nominated UK filmmaker Charlotte Regan

15 April 2020

On Thursday 23rd April at 4:30PM (London), we're super excited to be bringing a webinar with Charlotte Regan straight to your sofas, bedrooms and weird home setups. We love Charlotte's work and hope that you'll join us for this special live session as part of a focus on working class filmmakers.

Charlotte is a London-born filmmaker who began her career making low budget music promos for local rappers, of which she’s made 200 to date.

Her first short film Standby premiered at TIFF before being nominated for a BAFTA, and her follow-up shorts Fry-Up and Dodgy Dave have played at festivals across the world, including Berlinale, Sundance and the BFI’s London Film Festival

Charlotte is currently developing her first feature Scrapper with the BFI and BBC. She is a Sundance Ignite Fellow and a BFI Future Film and New Talent award winner. She was recently commissioned by The Guardian and the Doc Society to create her first short doc No Ball Games which focuses on kids in working class areas during the summer holidays. Take a look at some of Charlotte's work on her website.

There will be an opportunity throughout the session to ask Charlotte questions and we encourage you to get thinking now on want you'd like to know!

To register for this session please click here.

Once registered you will be sent a confirmation and details on how to join. 

See you there!