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© IberoDocs Ibero-American Documentary Film Festival Scotland | Developed by: 027Lab

5

april
Thursday

6.00pm

DOCMA Workshop  Documentary Workshop

Presented by THE DOCMA Collective in association with IberoDocs.

DOCMA is a five-minute collaborative documentary film. Made by five filmmakers, on one theme in five different documentary styles, DOCMA is then shown as a complete Film. Roles and tasks are determined via a lottery, and filmmakers must adhere to a set of written rules. Come along to our workshop to learn more and take part.

Films will be shot/edited over a couple of days, and screened on the final night of IberoDocs.

This is not a filmmaking workshop, but rather the opportunity to take part in a collaborative filmmaking process and to be a part of DOCMA’s growing community of filmmakers.

The DOCMA Collective grew out of a collaboration with DocKlub, a monthly support group for documentary filmmakers based in Edinburgh, Scotland. 

Location

Out of the Blue

36 Dalmeny St

Edinburgh EH6 8RG

6

april
Friday

1.30pm

In partnership with Scottish Documentary Institute

Born in Barcelona, Susana Guardiola has more than twenty years of experience in cinema, television, advertising and documentary films. She is a director, scriptwriter and producer of fiction and documentaries.

Her mentor, Spanish film director Bigas Luna, inspired her to direct her first documentary films: The Dark Kiss of the Sea and The Americans Are Coming making off in Los Angeles. Over the last years, Susana has worked with the Oscar nominated production company Bausan Films (“Cuban Rafters”), as a producer, writer and developer of feature length documentary films and TV series. Most of them have premiered in theatres and have been internationally awarded. Among them: 3055 Jean Leon, Bucharest, Memory Lost, Alondra and The Legend of Time and their last project, Voices From Mozambique.

She wrote and directed the musical documentary The Sound of Raval produced by Minimal Films
and BTV. Currently, Guardiola is developing as director, writer and executive producer: Peace, a documentary TV series and Documentary film on The United Nations “Culture of Peace” (awarded
by CNTV and finalist at PROA award). She has also written the fiction project: The Crystal Prince Fiction TV series (awarded by SGAE writers lab and CIMA Mentoring Lab) and is developing the fiction film and documentary: Dioni, Word as Thief.

Location

Hunter Lecture Theatre

Edinburgh College of Art

74 Lauriston Place, Edinburgh EH3 9DF, Scotland, UK

5

april
Thursday

6.00pm

DOCMA Documentary Workshop

Presented by THE DOCMA Collective in association with IberoDocs.

DOCMA is a five-minute collaborative documentary film. Made by five filmmakers, on one theme in five different documentary styles, DOCMA is then shown as a complete Film. Roles and tasks are determined via a lottery, and filmmakers must adhere to a set of written rules. Come along to our workshop to learn more and take part.

Films will be shot/edited over a couple of days, and screened on the final night of IberoDocs.

This is not a filmmaking workshop, but rather the opportunity to take part in a collaborative filmmaking process and to be a part of DOCMA’s growing community of filmmakers.

The DOCMA Collective grew out of a collaboration with DocKlub, a monthly support group for documentary filmmakers based in Edinburgh, Scotland. 

Location

Out of the Blue

36 Dalmeny St

Edinburgh EH6 8RG

6

april
Friday

1.30pm

In partnership with Scottish Documentary Institute

Born in Barcelona, Susana Guardiola has more than twenty years of experience in cinema, television, advertising and documentary films. She is a director, scriptwriter and producer of fiction and documentaries.

Her mentor, Spanish film director Bigas Luna, inspired her to direct her first documentary films: The Dark Kiss of the Sea and The Americans Are Coming making off in Los Angeles. Over the last years, Susana has worked with the Oscar nominated production company Bausan Films (“Cuban Rafters”), as a producer, writer and developer of feature length documentary films and TV series. Most of them have premiered in theatres and have been internationally awarded. Among them: 3055 Jean Leon, Bucharest, Memory Lost, Alondra and The Legend of Time and their last project, Voices From Mozambique.

She wrote and directed the musical documentary The Sound of Raval produced by Minimal Filmsand BTV. Currently, Guardiola is developing as director, writer and executive producer: Peace, a documentary TV series and Documentary film on The United Nations “Culture of Peace” (awarded by CNTV and finalist at PROA award). She has also written the fiction project: The Crystal Prince Fiction TV series (awarded by SGAE writers lab and CIMA Mentoring Lab) and is developing the fiction film and documentary: Dioni, Word as Thief.

Location

Hunter Lecture Theatre

Edinburgh College of Art

74 Lauriston Place, Edinburgh EH3 9DF, Scotland, UK

8

april
Sunday

1.30pm

Afro-Brazilian Dances & Physical Expression Through Music    

Workshop

In partnership with Lusofonias - Oficinas de Português.

In conjunction with the screening of ‘Jonas e o Circo sem Lona’ (Jonas and the Backyard Circus), IberoDocs & Lusofonias present two workshops suitable for all ages and for the whole family.

Andrea Ewerton will get you moving with an introduction to various African-Brazilian rhythms, including Maracatu carnival tradition and the dance of the Orixas. Liliana Fonseca will help you explore your acting potential with movement, expression and storytelling exercises.

An energetic afternoon combining the best of the iberoamerican film and performing arts worlds. 

Location

Grassmarket Centre 

86 Candlemaker Row

Edinburgh EH1 2QA

5

april
Thursday

The debate will be lead by Noe Mendelle, Director Scottish Documentary Institute. The panelists invited are Susana Guardiola (Director), Johanna Tonini (Distributor), Lydia Zimmermann (Director) and Javier Perez Santana (Producer).

Location

Hunter Lecture Theatre

Edinburgh College of Art

74 Lauriston Place

Edinburgh EH3 9DF, Scotland, UK

2.00pm

6

LGBTQ+   

Panel Debate 

Following the screening of Chavela and Sununú: The Revolution of Love, we will host a debate around LGBTQ issues with Miss Annabel Sings & Agent Cooper of Dive Queer Party, Susana Guardiola (Filmmaker) and Jo Clifford (writer and performer). 

Location

Filmhouse

88 Lothian Rd,

Edinburgh EH3 9BZ

 

april
Friday

8.25pm