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I And You: Documentary As Encounter

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Soup lunch at 12.30pm

The first in the Making Refuge series at Michaelhouse Centre on Mondays at 1pm (with a soup lunch starting at 12.30).

Vaughan Pilikian is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and graduate of Cambridge. He will be speaking on his forthcoming work, Flight, about the journeys of refugees through Europe.

His award-winning films in the genres of fiction, animation and documentary have screened at over one hundred festivals across the world. He has published four books, been commissioned to make a work by the Yard Theatre, Resonance FM, the Grierson Trust and the UK Film Council, and his paintings are in private collections in the U.S. In 2012 he devised, designed and directed a full-length performance work Leper Colony, which ran for three weeks to controversy and acclaim. His articles about art and politics have appeared in various publications; most recently, the LADA Live Art Almanac Volume 4. He is currently at work on two new films, a new book and a new performance. Vaughan Pilikian is chairman of Latter Lammas and Artistic Director of performance collective Unruowe.

This talk is part of the Making Refuge: Creative Responses to the Refugee Crisis series.

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