A Creative Response to Self-Isolation | Filmmaking Competition
In the foreground is a camera that films a woman sitting in front of a large, filled bookshelf. The woman and the bookshelf are blurry, and the focus is on the camera.

Whilst our cinema is closed, we're committed to giving our audiences chances to engage with the documentary form and find rewarding activities to do whilst facing the downsides of isolation at home.

As such, we're putting a call out for people to send us creative responses to self-isolation that are produced at home. We will then choose a winner, who will receive a £50 one-off commission as well as some paid promotion of their work across Facebook and Instagram. A select number of runners up will also have their work featured on our social media feeds, if they give their permission for us to do so.

All we ask is that your creative response relates to the documentary form, and we'll happily accept short films, desktop docs, essays, articles and reviews that form a non-fiction response to the theme of self-isolation.

So if you've always fancied trying your hand at making a film, and have some time on your hands at home, why not send us your attempt?

Entries need to be sent to info@dochouse.org by midday on Tue 31 Mar. Please put 'A Creative Response to Self-Isolation' in the subject line.


Date: Tue 31 March, 2020
Time: 12:00
There are currently no screenings of this film.