Self confessed and (proud!) Welsh West Indian Film Producer at House of Le Fou Film Productions, dedicated to representing communities, with an interest in queer culture, race, youth empowerment, and Welsh identity.
Le Fou Productions played a major role in the work undertaken in the first year of the life of the case study. Tara’s work with the Project to date includes capturing video interviews with members of the Assembly creative team, as well as the editing and producing or a short ‘collective conversation’ with the team exploring views of representation, community and belonging. Also captured were their views on the Assembly model as a method of community engagement. Tara also produced a film charting our engagement work with one of our community partners and their views on our work, and on the 2014 Assembly. The resulting film (Re) presenting African Caribbean Elders Society (ACES) can be viewed here. Liz Chambers, Director of Photography, captured a series of digital pictures providing another layer in which to chart the work that took place; they are spectacular.
Tara is happy to discuss collaborations and commissions. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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