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BAFTA, Digital Cinema Media Emerging Talent Campaign – Global Bulletin – Big Zuu

BAFTA and Digital Cinema Media have teamed up on a cinema campaign to inspire the next generation of creative talent by showcasing what goes into making award-winning films, games, and television. Big Zuu narrates the national cinema ad titled ‘Behind every BAFTA’ produced by DCM Studios’ creative arm.

A BAFTA envelope is opened by actor Tom Hiddleston, who asks the audience: “If it’s your name in that envelope, who do you thank?”Behind-the-scenes content and clips from films including “Skyfall,” “Get Out” and “1917” inspire budding creative talent to dream big. The message ends: “Every BAFTA involves many people.”. “You could be one.”

A supporting careers campaign led by BAFTA on its social and digital platforms will highlight free resources and guidance offered by them, such as mentoring, bursaries, and networking opportunities. masterclasses, and career development initiatives, to help talented people take their first step into the film, games, and television industries.

It will run alongside films such as Jordan Peele’s “Nope,” Olivia Wilde’s thriller “Don’t Worry Darling,” and Brad Pitt’s “Bullet Train” for seven weeks. The Evolution Mallorca International Film Festival will honor “An Education” filmmaker Lone Scherfig and “Victoria” actor Laia Costa with Evolution Vision and Evolutionary New Talent awards in 2022.

The festival’s cinematography focus, a new sidebar program for 2022, will invite directors of photography from around the world to participate in panels and networking events, educating the community of DPs in Mallorca and Europe. We will also reveal a DP honoree soon.

In a four-part series, Doha Debates and film cooperative Muzungu Producciones examine how music fosters youth social movements. In “Raising Their Voice: Ettijah,” emerging Palestinian filmmakers Nour Abu Kamal and Tamara Abu Laban profile an all-female hip-hop group who perform in the Dheisheh refugee camp near Bethlehem.

A premiere of the film was held at the Amman International Film Festival in Jordan in July. Other forthcoming films in the series will focus on musicians in Brazil, Senegal, and Greece, as well as burgeoning youth social movements. Founded by Sheikha Mozah Bint Nasser Al-Missned, the Qatar Foundation is a state-led nonprofit organization in Qatar.




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