Voyeurism in Documentary Filmmaking on Migration

Conference poster


Hawkins, Matthew (2019). Voyeurism in Documentary Filmmaking on Migration. Difference Festival. University of Westminster, London
AuthorsHawkins, Matthew
TypeConference poster
Abstract

A discussions with filmmakers, protagonists, curators and activists sharing their work and radical strategies to resist voyeurism in film-making on forced migration. The long table explores our positions as storytellers, curators and media consumers, think about the responsibilities of those who create visual narratives based on another’s experience and engage with some of those to whom these stories belong.

KeywordsMigration; Voyeurism; Documentary
Year2019
Publisher's version
License
CC BY 4.0
File Access Level
Open
Publication dates
Print27 Feb 2019
Publication process dates
Accepted27 Jan 2019
Deposited09 May 2020
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