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Come join us as writer, director, producer Tim Conrad will talk about his experiences interpreting reality in award winning drama documentaries. He will: talk about the benefits and disadvantages of dramatising factual
Come join us as writer, director, producer Tim Conrad will talk about his experiences interpreting reality in award winning drama documentaries. He will:
- talk about the benefits and disadvantages of dramatising factual material
- share his experience with working to tight schedules and various locations all over the world
- give his take on dealing with interviewees, the compromises that have to be made and the potential dangers that come with it
Come along to this gem of an event, meet new people and get some insight into the ins and outs of successful short filmmaking.
About Tim Conrad:
Tim Conrad has worked in the UK film and television industry for over 30 years.
After three years at film school he started working as a Camera Assistant on documentaries, dramas, and feature films, which led to him to become a cameraman, working on documentaries and corporate videos.
In the late 80’s, Conrad discovered his passion for directing and soon set up his own production company making music videos, corporate videos and commercials.
After a successful 10-year run, he sold his company and moved into writing and directing for television.
He has since made numerous documentaries and drama-documentaries for UK terrestrial channels and US cable networks such as National Geographic and Discovery. I have also written, produced and directed some award-winning short dramas.
Today, he works as writer, director and series producer in specialist factual television, mostly making drama documentaries.
Tim Conrad’s Filmography:
- Mafia Killers with Colin McLaren (TV Series documentary, 2018)
– Vincent Gigante ‘The Oddfather’– Henry Hill ‘The Goodfella’– Anthony ‘Gaspipe’ Casso– Carmine “The Snake” Persico– Sammy ‘The Bull’ Gravano
- Autopsy: The Last Hours of (TV Series documentary, 2017)
– Steve Jobs– Prince
- Killer Instinct with Chris Hansen (TV Series, 2016)
– Shots in the Heartland– Wrong Place, Deadly Time
- Princess Diana’s Death: Mystery Solved (TV Movie documentary, 2016)
- The Wives Did It (TV Mini-Series, 2015)
– Deadly Threesome– Guns, Lies & Sister Wives– The Polygamous Prophet
- Did He Do It? (TV Series, 2015)
– Execution in Question– Reputation of Evil
11 (Thursday) 10:00 AM - 14 (Sunday) 6:00 PM GMT
Come join the Widescreen Weekend, a unique film festival taking place in the exceptional cinema spaces of the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford. Since its inception in 1993, the Widescreen
Come join the Widescreen Weekend, a unique film festival taking place in the exceptional cinema spaces of the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford.
Since its inception in 1993, the Widescreen Weekend celebrates large screen formats and milestones in cinema technology. A long weekend of big, bold cinema experiences, the festival features glorious 70mm screenings, cult classic movies, new Cinerama restorations and great guests reminding audiences why going to the movies is so magical. The fantastic projection facilities in the Pictureville cinema is one of only three places in the world that can show 3-strip Cinerama.
About National Science and Media Museum:
The National Science and Media Museum, in the heart of Bradford, explores the science and culture of image and sound technologies and their impact on people’s lives.
The galleries and exhibition spaces help illuminate world-famous collections of photography, film and television. A team of explainers create learning activities that fuel the imagination. The three cinema screens—including an IMAX theatre—allow the showcase of the magic of moving images from around the world in Bradford, the first UNESCO City of Film.
The International Moving Image Society’s (IMIS) aim is to inspire, train, educate, and connect all members of the moving image industry, whether at entry or professional level, around the world. We accomplish this by putting on networking events,
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