28 Jun 2022
Bristol, United Kingdom
28 June, 2022
Doors open at 18:30 and the guest keynote will begin at 19:00 in the Square Works Presentation Space, 17-18 Berkeley Square.
Entertainment and networking will begin at 20:00 in the Square Club bar, a few doors down at 15 Berkeley Square.
£1.00 - £9.00
Square Works / Square Club
17-18 Berkeley Square
|Full Event - keynote, film, live music & networking (6.30pm, Square Works )||£9.00|
|Partial Event - live music & networking (8pm, Square Club )||£4.50|
|Full Event - Square Members (keynote, film, entertainment &networking, 6.30pm, Square Works)||£1.00|
The Cahootify Filmmakers' Shindig is your chance to get inspired and involved! We want to encourage you to make your film projects happen, with this opportunity to hear from professionals who have been there and done it already.
June’s Filmmaker Shindig is on Tuesday, June 28th, 2022 @Square Works, Bristol. Doors open at 18:30, the guest keynote begins at 19:00 and the mixer starts at 20:00, next door at Square Club!
Beating The Odds
Being an indie filmmaker is a struggle but worth every battle. Referencing his own journeys with "I Am Judah", his food justice project and others, Bash will cover how to make your passion project regardless of funding, telling your story, the indie route to financing a film, sponsorship and more.
I am a filmmaker and photgrapher from the Canary Islands based in Bristol, UK. I am ambitious, fast-learning and adaptable, specialising in the camera department, and able to speak three languages.
I'm a Kenyan director, editer, producer, writer, and web-content creator living in Bristol, UK. My main passion is in directing. I have worked on numerous TV shows, films and talk shows. A great team player and problem solver too!
Evan Preston is a writer & director. Themes of Duality and mortality appear in his films, often including supernatural aspects. Evan aims to make films that entertain but also provoke conversations and subvert expectations.
I am a German illustrator as well as a creative writing student at Bath Spa Uni. Please don't ask me what it's like to study Writing as a non-native speaker, unless you want me to spiral into a full-fledged imposter syndrom crisis. Cheers.