Happy to be asked to be guest panelist and speaker at the showing of French film Girlhood. Hosted by award winners Reel Equation, there was live debate and a wide range of opinion. Shame we ran out of time. !
Our Making Waves documentary premiered in Nottingham on the 1st May at the Nottingham Contemporary. A great evening! Guest speaker, Carol Hinds from BBC East Midlands Today, poetry by local artist Kamar and an acoustic set performed by MOBO award nominee Ram1 and his band. DJ Kevin Roach spun the decks. The helpful team at the Contemporary […]
Wonderful event in Leicester. Our guest speaker, Bizzi Dixon, Voice UK finalist 2014, delivered a thought provoking speech. Marcus Joseph was magical on his saxophone and Boston ‘The Orator’ treated us to some of his poetic works. DJ Attraction was patient and spun great tracks! Thanks to all who came and took part.
We’re reviewing the news this week with Dawne Stewart (sitting in for Jodie Law). Always good to debate and hear other points of view.
Looking forward to being interviewed on the Dulcie Dixon Show. BBC Radio Leicester. Sunday 12th April. write essay
Nearly completed editing our latest documentary – Making Waves. We’re very excited and looking forward to it’s premier in a few weeks time. Details will follow. In the meantime keep up to date with our facebook page – www.facebook.com/SyncopateMedia and follow us on twitter - twitter.com/i/notifications?lang=en-gb
Our Making Waves documentary is nearly complete. You can read thoughts and opinions from some of our contributors on our Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/HLFMakingWaves
Happy New Year. Can’t believe we’re already over halfway through the first month of the New Year. We have a lot of exciting things planned over the coming months. We’ll keep you posted.
We’d like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and Happy New year. And if you don’t celebrate at this time of year we hope you are still able to enjoy the festivities. Thank you for supporting us and watch out for more from Syncopate Media in 2015!
Our Documentary Many Rivers To Cross was broadcast on the Community Channel throughout October 2014. We were recently informed of very impressive viewing figures and we would like to thank everyone who supported us and the film.