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Ethical Impact Through Film: Joanna Natasegara

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Joanna Natasegara is an Academy Award and BAFTA nominated producer and CEO of Violet Films and Ultra Violet Consultancy.

Violet Films is currently the only company in the UK combining social impact strategy and film production. Ultra Violet is an ethical consultancy specialising in outreach campaigns and maximising the social impact of film and media projects.

Ultra Violet has recently worked on some of the world’s most high impact feature documentaries including Oscar® nominated Virunga (Netflix, 2014), The Dark Matter of Love (2013), and BRITDOC Impact Award winners No Fire Zone: The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka (2013) and The House I Live In (2012).

Previously Joanna directed and produced documentaries covering social justice and politics including the acclaimed series The Price of Kings (2012), The Ministry of Truth (2008) and The Fear Factory (2010), which inspired a coalition of over 80 stakeholders to form around criminal justice issues. She has a Masters in Human Rights from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Come for a conversational evening with Joanna to find out more and be inspired by the meaningful and creative work that she does. There will be free drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and snacks.

We will also be having dinner with Joanna at 6pm at Pizza Express on Jesus Lane immediately before her talk. All are welcome – sign up here .

This talk is part of the Effective Altruism: Cambridge series.

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