Location of Event: Online
Charge: Pay what you can - you need only Register ONCE for the whole day's events (ie not for every individual event!)
Registration for Online Day enables you to attend ANY OR ALL of the events, as you choose. (The only exception is for the sessions on Deep Listening for Assisted Dying, to which only the first 15 participants will be admitted to each session, first come first served.) To register you will be asked to pay what you can. There will also be an opportunity to purchase an online recording of all the days' events (excluding the two on Assisted Dying.)
On Registration, you will receive an email from Eventbrite with the Zoom link for the whole day - you just click on the link any time you wish to join an event. There will be a separate link for the sessions on Assisted Dying.
You will also receive reminder emails leading up to the event - and booking will remain open throughout Online Day too, so you can still join even if you missed the start!
Jeremy Gugenheim has been making films since 2014. He has lived and worked in the UK and Australia. While specialising in documentary filmmaking, he has also worked on music videos, commercial promos and several feature films in a variety of roles. His work has included filming workshops and interviews at Snape Maltings Concert Hall, a number of food related films (activist and instructional) and the story of two Dutch women surviving cancer. He frequently films in Europe for the UNHCR. Jeremy has experience in small film crews in many roles. He used to fly helicopters for fun and has lived in the same house in Suffolk since 1986 with his wife; their three children having left home now, though mercifully the dog has remained.
Invisible Man Productions
Lida Lopes Cardozo Kindersley studied graphic design at the Royal Academy in the Hague before joining lettercutter David Kindersley in 1976 as an apprentice in his Cambridge Workshop. She and David later married and worked together until David’s death in 1995, whereupon Lida took over the running of the Workshop. Lida remains wholly dedicated to the increase of good lettering in the world, particularly through the cutting of letters in stone and other materials to this day.