BFI NETWORK Live with Resource Productions

Resource Productions’ Dominique Unsworth hosts this insightful filmmaker Q&A on 3rd February

26 January 2021

Dominique Unsworth, CEO and Co-Director of Resource Productions (https://www.resource-productions.co.uk) hosts this webinar in conversation with some of the filmmakers Resource Productions have supported and developed in recent years. Register here:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Hbm_EDHMQZC4i3hysYYyUQ

Dominique Unsworth

Based in Slough, Dom's been producing content through social enterprise, Resource Productions CIC, for 21 years. Dom's passionate about inclusion and access within the Creative Industries and supports diverse regional talent, crew and artists whilst developing new creative sector technical standards in her voluntary role as SME Apprenticeship Ambassador. Resource is currently producing several commissions for BBC New Creatives, has produced numerous Random Acts for Channel 4 and an iShort for Creative England. They are currently developing a feature slate and run industry training and mentoring programmes for new entrants and experienced crew, with support from Pinewood Studios, the BFI and Screen Skills.

Emilie Cheung

Emilie is a 20-year-old shorts director based in the UK. After training with Resource Productions, at the BFI Film Academy in 2016, she made her directorial debut at 17, with a commission from Channel 4’s Random Acts, for her short film Pas De Deux. She's since gone on to direct a variety of projects; from social media commercials for Adolescent Content, to narrative shorts, including Underwire nominated Walk of Shame. She has also worked as a ‘Young Reporter’ for Into Film, giving her the opportunity to interview some of the most influential names in film and television. She is currently working as an In-House Runner at SISTER London, an independent production company founded by Elisabeth Murdoch, Jane Featherstone and Stacey Snider.

Nathalia Syam

Nathalia Syam is a British/Indian Filmmaker based in Berkshire, United Kingdom. After completing her Film Studies, Nathalia has been working in between the British and Indian Film Industries. Her recent short, Lehenga, was nominated for the 'Best of British' award at the Bafta Qualifying Iris Prize Award in Cardiff and has recently won an award at the International Independent Film Awards in LA. Nathalia has a special interest in creating films that portray distinct characters and themes from around the world where audiences can get the essence of different cultures and social situations.