As part of the Rugby World Cup, Fabian’s Film, a production company based in Exeter are looking for people to interview as part of a series of innovative documentary films.
‘Culture, Data, Projector’ is a collaboration between five Artists/Filmmakers and Met Office Scientists to produce a series of short documentary films, which will use data (digital, electronic and traditional hardcopy archives) as part their narratives. The films will explore the theme of sport through the ‘Culture’, ‘Identity’ and ‘Environment’ of the 5 Nations taking part in the RWC events in Exeter
The completed films will be shown in a number of different spaces: as part of the Fanzone official match open-air screening spaces in Northernhay Gardens, in pop-up street cinema locations around Exeter, online and at events in Sandy Park
If you are from one of the participating nations: Tonga, Namibia, Georgia, Italy, Romania and would like to be interviewed, Fabian’s film would like to hear from you as soon as possible. Please contact John Sealey:
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