Programming, Audience Development, Audience Engagement, Education and Project Management.
Jen has 17 years’ experience in film exhibition, from managing Hebden Bridge Picture House to developing the film education programme at the National Media Museum. She has been freelance for the last 3 years working across the independent film sector, regularly working with the ICO, BFI and Into Film.
Film making, Animating, Design, project management, film exhibition.
Jack Lockhart is a visual artist and film maker who works with video, animation, visual arts and frequently collaborates with artists from other disciplines. Jack often works as a facilitator working with community groups and schools to make films, events and deliver educational workshops.
Specialising in projection in non traditional environments, Jack has delivered screenings and film related projects in a wide range of different environments including Theatres, exhibition spaces.
Filmmaking, film education, production, creativity, languages, communications.
Alasdair has lived the majority of his life in Argyllshire. Originally from Dunoon he moved to Mull in 2007. He trained at the École Jacques Lecoq in Paris. A freelance filmmaker, Alasdair has been making films since he was 17. Having also worked in community development he has a solid understanding of funding structures and application processes. Alasdair has delivered Understanding Cinema, an acclaimed film education project, for the last 7 years. The project sees Alasdair interpreting and delivering a training from the Cinémathèque Française in Scotland. He is also a lead practitioner with Scottish Screen, and has delivered film education work throughout the county for Into Film.
Bill Lawrence, Reel Solutions:
Programming, Audience Development, Working with Staff and Volunteers, Business Development, Budgets and Financial Management, Public Speaking.
Bill set up Reel Solutions in 2006 to pursue his passion for supporting all forms of cinema. He was Creative Director at Showroom Cinema, Sheffield, one of the UK’s leading independent cinemas, and Head of Film at the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television (later the National Media Museum), Bradford. He set up three of the city’s film festivals – Bradford International Film Festival, Bite the Mango Film Festival and Bradford Animation Festival.
In 2006 Bill was one of the key people to set up the partnership board of Bradford: City of Film and was involved closely in achieving the UNESCO designation in 2009. Bill is chair of All Animated Limited and is a director on the Board of Creative England and previously Screen Yorkshire.