22 Nov 6:00 pm: Masterclass on Collage – Charlie Lyne
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Charlie Lyne is a film-maker and film critic living in London. His first collage film Beyond Clueless, on the American teen movie genre, premiered at SXSW in 2014 and went on to play at more than two-dozen international festivals. His second, Fear Itself, on horror cinema, premiered on the BBC’s iPlayer service — the platform’s second feature-length commission after Adam Curtis’s Bitter Lake — and went on to screen at festivals including International Film Festival Rotterdam. As a critic, Lyne writes for The Guardian and Sight & Sound.
In this Masterclass, he will explore and deconstruct an extract from the more recent of his two essay films about cinema (Fear Itself), focusing on the process behind its making and presenting this as a microcosm of his collage film-making methods more generally. Followed by a screening of Fear Itself.
Presented by the MA Masterclass Programme of the School of Media, Film and Music, University of Sussex and the School of Media, University of Brighton.
Entry is FREE to staff and students of The University of Brighton and University of Sussex (ID required), otherwise £5