31 cinematographers. 21 countries. 1 global pandemic. Nowhere To Be is an intimate documentary and invitation to see the COVID-19 pandemic with fresh eyes...

Nowhere To Be

Location:

UTS Frank Gehry Building 8
Platform 14/28 Ultimo Rd
NSW
Australia

Venue:
University of Technology Sydney
Price:
Free
Nowhere to Be photographer
Nowhere to Be photographer

Featuring

Charlotte Evans

Charlotte Evans

Charlotte is an award-winning documentary, music video, and commercial director. Since starting her career as an editor in London, Charlotte has directed, produced and edited music videos for artists such as Benee, Kimbra and Aldous Harding. Charlotte is currently in post-production on her first feature documentary Being Chlöe. Her short documentary OK Chlöe and interactive project Give Kate a Voice both received numerous accolades.

Letisha Tate-Dunning

Letisha Tate-Dunning

Letisha is a creative producer with a deep understanding of narrative. Producing in both London and New Zealand for the past 7 years, she has worked on uncovering stories from the farthest corners of the globe. Her and Charlotte Evans’ short documentary OK Chlöe was selected by The New Yorker, Short of the Week and Cinequest. She has just wrapped production on a local story for a Netflix Original international documentary series.

Timothy White

Timothy White

Tim is a veteran of the Australian and New Zealand film and television industries. His films have screened at Cannes, Sundance, AFI, Toronto and Berlin. In 2019 Tim produced the sci-fi thriller I Am Mother, starring Hilary Swank and Rose Byrne (Sundance, acquired by Netflix) and a 6 part miniseries for BBC, The Luminaries. Recently, Tim has completed The Furnace (Venice Film Festival) and Falling for Figaro. Currently in post-production is Muru, and Black Site.

Simon Coldrick

Simon Coldrick

Simon is an experienced editor that loves a challenge. Graduating through the evolution of television in London facilities, Simon has amassed years of valuable experience, a strong sense of story, craft and technical know-how. He has received a number of awards for his craft and has worked on many award winning projects, including Dark Tourist (Netflix Original), Tickled (Sundance, Netflix), Yellow is Forbidden (Tribeca, Hot Docs), and Kim Dotcom (SXSW).

Mike Newport

Mike Newport

Mike is an award-winning composer who collaborates with outstanding directors and producers on film, television, and commercial projects all over the world. Mike won the APRA Silver Scroll Award for Best Original Music in a Feature Film and was nominated for Best Music in a Series for APRA and NZTV Craft Awards. Mike’s enthusiastic commitment to the successful partnership of music and storytelling is evident in everything he works on.

Access and Inclusion

  • Wheelchair Accessible - Access to the venue is suitable for wheelchairs (toilets, ramps/lifts etc.) and designated wheelchair spaces are available.

Event Details

31 cinematographers. 21 countries. 1 global pandemic. Nowhere To Be is an intimate documentary and invitation to see the COVID-19 pandemic with fresh eyes. Not only is it a profound montage of our bustling world in stillness, but it also beautifully captures the meaning of “unprecedented”, a word that lost meaning post-2020.

As the world came to an unexpected pause in early 2020, a group of storytellers from around the world turned their lenses on themselves. Looking inward, and outward at a changed world, watch in real time as they examine hopes, regrets and offer profound reflections on this shared moment in time.

From the quiet streets of Senegal, the deserted avenues of the USA to New Zealand's serene landscapes, this film traverses the world, offering a unique perspective on a moment in time that has indelibly marked a generation. We see the breathtaking beauty of towns and cities lying in wait as we delve deep into the minds of these filmmakers.

Ultimately, Nowhere To Be is a portrait of the enduring spirit of creativity and the very human desire to keep telling stories, even in the face of global upheaval. Join for this free Australian premiere.

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Access and Inclusion

  • Wheelchair Accessible - Access to the venue is suitable for wheelchairs (toilets, ramps/lifts etc.) and designated wheelchair spaces are available.

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