Published on: 06 November 2019 in Events
DIRECTOR’S CUT 2019: live-tweets, photos and more
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Absorbing sessions, expert masterclasses, and hundreds of directors under one roof: DIRECTOR’S CUT was a huge success.
If you weren’t able to make it down on Saturday, or you just want to experience it again, make sure you check out our new highlights video below.
But that’s not all. You can catch with all the live-tweets and photos from the day’s sessions below. We’ll also be updating these pages with podcasts and more information very soon.
Scroll below to catch up with all the sessions from DIRECTOR’S CUT 2019.
In our first session of the day, Benjamin Caron drew upon the experiences of his fascinating career to deliver a masterclass in directing actors. Catch up with all the live-tweets and photos from this session.
Our expert panel discussed the issues around directing intimacy, nudity and sex, and introduced our forthcoming industry guidelines on the topic. Catch up with quotes and photos from this session.
Master cinematographer Adam Suschitzky delivered a wide-ranging talk on lenses, format, lighting and much more. Catch up with all the live-tweets and photos from this session.
A panel of documentary directors provide an in-depth discussion of a fast-rising genre: the docudrama. Catch up with all the live-tweets and photos from this session.
In this unique session Andrew Chowns led an interactive industrial relations scenario where directors raced against time to strike a new pay deal. Catch up with all the photos from the session.
In this session, Bill Anderson explored the technological and ethical impact of the emergence of deepfakes with AI expert Katja Bego and FX compositor Owen Braekke-Carroll. View the photos from this event here.
How do you get noticed these days, and how can you harness your creative identity? Our panellists discussed just that in The Brand Identity. Catch up with all the live-tweets and photos from the session.
In our final session of the day, Tom Harper — director of The Aeronauts and Wild Rose — discussed his fascinating career with former Directors UK Chair Charles Sturridge. Catch up with all the live-tweets and photos from the session.