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Bhavesh Hindocha

Film maker

Profile

Background in television production, notably documentary. Left to pursue my own interests in community, social / political issues, history, music, performance. Interested in using moving images in these and other contexts. Latterly have been developing and producing community events, particularly outdoor.

Studying for MA in Film and Screen Studies at Goldsmiths.

Live and work in Clapton, Hackney E5.

Being Artist Research Fellow at QM I look forward to meeting and working with other fellows, academic staff and students. I hope to develop my practice in this wonderful environment, explore new themes and investigate modes, and give something back to the life of QM.

Recent Work

A series of music videos with an older people’s choir called Bolder Voices, who devise songs about their experiences: http://loudminority.co.uk/?portfolio=arts-and-culture-projects.

Documenting a research project called Narratives of Everyday Varied Lives and Linked Approaches, run by the Thomas Coram Research Centre at Institute of Education: http://loudminority.co.uk/?portfolio=novella.

Leading a year long participatory film project called the Inna Vision Film School, with people who have had experience of mental health issues: http://loudminority.co.uk/?portfolio=innavision.

The Tree Circle Cinema – an outdoor, site specific community event held each year since 2012:http://loudminority.co.uk/?portfolio=special-projects.

Key Work

Altab Ali

Participatory documentary on a historical racist murder in Whitechapel:http://loudminority.co.uk/?portfolio=altab-ali.

Who is my Neighbour?

Social History of a community organisation in Poplar: http://loudminority.co.uk/?portfolio=who-is-my-neighbour.

Embodied Emotions

AHRC funded research into physical templates for exploring emotional intelligence in children, based at Dept of Drama, QMUL, led by Ali Campbell: http://loudminority.co.uk/?portfolio=embodied-emotions.

No Fairies

Award winning participatory project at the British Dental Museum with adults with learning difficulties: http://loudminority.co.uk/?portfolio=no-fairies-ever-took-my-teeth.

Key Links

www.loudminority.co.uk
@loud_minority
https://www.facebook.com/loud.minority.

Research

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