SCA PRESENTS:Marcie MacLellan Road to the BAFTAs: An Artist's Story of Risk and Reality
The SCA is proud to present Marcie MacLellan, London-based filmmaker, writer, lecturer, and advocate for gender equality in the media industry.
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7pm-8:30pm: Presentation by Marcie MacLellan
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Marcie is the Founder and Head of Production for Frank & Lively, a London-based purveyor of ethically sourced and authentic storytelling. Aside from her work in film, she is an editorial contributor for the Guardian, Financial Times, Campaign, and The Drum. With her BA in Journalism and MA in Film Production, she is a guest lecturer at the Met Film and continues to support the education of young female storytellers through Film London EAN and Brighton Film School. Marcie is proud to be named a BAFTA Guru.
As a warrior against gender inequality in the media industry, Marcie is listed as One to Watch on Campaign Magazines Future Female List 2017. She continues to raise the profile of SheSays a global creative network for women of which she is a long-standing director. In 2018, she founded Nough Talk: Lets Get Shit Done, a consistently sold-out event series that celebrates and inspires women in advertising. Her recent feature film APOSTASY received a BAFTA nomination, six British Independent Film Award nominations including Breakthrough Producer for Marcie and was named Best British Film of the Year by SCREEN.
We are honored to hear Marcie's story about her journey as an artist, experiences in film production, and relationship-building in the world of media.
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