Global Health Film Festival London, UK

14 december 2017 - Blog, News, uncategorized

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Willemijn Cerutti and Maartje Nevejan were selected for the Crossover lab 2017 in Londen, UK

The Global Health Crossover Lab is back and takes place on 05-07 December 2017; apply now to develop and pitch immersive media projects on a global health issue with a chance of securing £5,000 in development funding.

The three-day lab is open to global health advocates, filmmakers, emerging VR producers, immersive media producers, digital media specialists, artists, creatives, or anyone who wants to use immersive media to engender debate, or create real world change, around global health issues.

Projects can be 360/VR, Mixed Reality, Apps, Art Installations, Live Events and Performances, Interactive Online Experiences, Webdocs – anything that goes beyond film and TV screens.

Delivered by our partners at Crossover, the lab will involve mentoring, development of story and concept, pitch-training and outreach strategies, from a team of expert mentors drawn from the worlds of film and TV, immersive media, journalism and impact strategy, as well as medical experts and global health advocates.

The lab be a space to develop ideas prior to pitching in front of a multidisciplinary panel of judges at the Global Health Film Festival on 08-09 December at the Barbican, with the opportunity of winning a £5,000 development award, made possible thanks to ongoing generous support from The Lancet. The winning team will also receive on-going mentoring from Crossover as part of their award.

During the three-day lab graphic designers will be on hand to create professional assets for the pitch that can be retained by all participants and global health specialists will be available to strengthen the scientific and/or medical basis of the concepts.

Global health topics of interest to us include – but are not limited to:

Mental health
Refugee Health
Climate Change
Maternal and Neonatal Health
Healthy Aging
LGBTQ Rights
Emerging Infections
Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases