Workshop on “A Career in Non-Fiction Filmmaking”


 Workshop on “A Career in Non-Fiction Filmmaking”

Conducted by Graham Judd

Time: 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Date: 14th March 2020 (Saturday)
Venue: Class Room- 03, Pathshala South Asian Media Institute

Participants: Only for the current student of Pathshala South Asian Media Institution.

About Graham Judd:
An award-winning producer of high-end specialist factual programming, Graham has a reputation for developing and delivering critically-acclaimed content for broadcasters on both sides of the Atlantic. Documentaries he has directed and produced have aired on networks including BBC, ITV, PBS, ABC, National Geographic, History and Discovery. With a focus on character-based, emotionally-resonant storytelling, Graham’s films span a range of genres including history, science, religion and current affairs. He’s worked with leading British talent, A-list Hollywood celebrities, and acclaimed American academics. A strong interest in international stories has led him to countries across the Middle
East, South Asia, and South America. Graham began his career in the BBC before moving to New York in 2001. Over the next decade, he developed and senior-produced several landmark PBS series including ‘This Emotional Life’ and ‘African American Lives,’ which Virginia Heffernan of The New York Times called “the most exciting and stirring documentary on any subject to appear on television in a long time.” In 2011, his work on the WGBH-NOVA series ‘Fabric of the Cosmos’ earned him an Emmy nomination. After taking time away from filmmaking for family reasons, Graham is currently co-developing projects with production partners in the US and UK, while serving as a consulting executive producer on a number of commercial and independent projects. Graham holds a Green Card and splits his time between bases in London and New York. He is a member of the WGA and DGA.

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