We received loads of amazing submissions from so many people and Hugh Malyon and his associate artists are devising interesting ways of framing the second film: a community documentary on COVID-19, the lockdown and unique ways the community has subverted the pandemic. They are now organising a virtual open table via Zoom to get people’s own interpretations of some of the submissions.
The Zoom chat will be on 27 July. It will be captured and footage will be used in the final #LifeInSuspension film. Therefore, by signing up to this event you agree to your voice and or image being used in this way. Your name will also be put in the credits. The conversation will be structured to a degree, and some of the moments from the chat will be interweaved with the other submissions to create our collaborative documentary.
This chat will give you the opportunity to share your thoughts or just chat with artists about what responses might represent in the concept of lockdown and recent easing. All ideas/opinions/thoughts/questions/answers are appreciated. We’re excited to see what you come up with!
Of course any recordings that you are not comfortable with will not be used. Just let us know.
Kindly supported by The Noel Coward Foundation.