Silience at L Fest LGBTQI social impact smartphone crowd film

"A film by Dimple Devadas, Cassius Rayner and our band of citizen smartphone film makers...

Featuring the sound track based on the famous poem "" We shall stand for love"" by Dorothy Oger with Mr Lorraine and Dan Defeo

Want to be part of the UK's first crowd-created mobile phone film for L Fest? Want to learn awesome hints and tips on making your smart phone camera take awesome quality video?

Want to learn how to make top quality films with your phone for everyday use? You can at L Fest 2017!

We have award-winning smart phone film makers Cassius & Dimple with us for this awesome workshop. Learn from skills in a short workshop and then go out and capture some film at L Fest. Pop by on Sunday to download what you have captured. This will be edited and submitted to mobile phone and LGBT film festivals.

http://www.lfest.co.uk/cinema-2017/silience

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  • Dimple Devadas
    Director
  • Runtime:
    3 minutes 12 seconds
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Dimple Devadas

Dimple Devadas is an award winning experimental smartphone film maker, Serial Vol-entrepreneur, Writer, Medical Journalist (https://www.mjauk.org), Psychology Coach (https://www.fmlm.ac.uk/dimple-devadas), Award winning Doctor, Human Book (http://humanlibrary.org), TEDx speaker, London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games maker, Street Doctor and founder of the social impact movements "Urban BackHer" (Women's empowerment initiative), "Silience Global" (smartphone social impact initiative) and "Vol-entrepreneurs" (Volunteer initiative).

Her work and projects are inspired by and explores Health, well-being, community, relationships, being human, sustainability, empowerment, creativity, dance, movement, mindset, LGBTQI & Diversity perspectives and expression of citizen narratives through experimental smartphone film making.....

She is currently performing with the acclaimed theatre company Complicite in their new production "Everything that rises must dance" with Director and choreographer Sasha Milavic Davies. A compelling celebration of female movement, incorporating both the everyday and the universal with the Dance Umbrella movement which brings together 200 women from across London for a free performance in three venues around the capital and forms part of the Mayor’s #BehindEveryGreatCity campaign to celebrate the centenary of the first women winning the right to vote and tackle gender inequality in London.

(http://www.complicite.org/current.php?section=5)

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Director Statement

Through the linguistic frame of "Silience" and the smartphones in our pocket we captured some beautiful alternative LGBTQI stories

A phenomenological approach grounded in philosophy and psychology.

Suspending existing paradigms and allowing the phenomena of this grounded experience of the streams of consciousness at the moment by moment contact boundaries of “self”, “other”, “object”, to “just be”, present itself and unfold without the need to assign meaning too quickly.

A mindfulness personal message to each of us on the planet...slow down, pause and discover "Silience"

A powerful social impact message of peace with original sound track based on the famous poem by Dorothy Oger "We shall stand for Love" to spread a global movement to inspire
7.6 billion people to stand for love

Now becoming a Global Social impact movement for health and peace

Silience

Definition
n. the kind of unnoticed excellence that carries on around you every day, unremarkably—the hidden talents of friends and co-workers, the fleeting solos of subway buskers, the slapdash eloquence of anonymous users, the unseen portfolios of aspiring artists—which would be renowned as masterpieces if only they’d been appraised by the cartel of popular taste, who assume that brilliance is a rare and precious quality, accidentally overlooking buried jewels that may not be flawless but are still somehow perfect.

Source: http://www.dictionaryofobscuresorrows.com/search/silience