Akshay Khanna and Salla Sariola in conversation after Dallas Buyers Club

The Public Health Film Festival kicked off this year with the Academy Awarding winning film Dallas Buyers Club, followed by reflections on the film by Akshay Khanna, a human rights lawyer and queer activist along with Salla Sariola, a researcher from the Global Health Bioethics Network. They touched upon the ideas of queer identity in the film and its…

Independent and Professional Public Health Film Showcase

Saturday 28th June, 15.30 Radcliffe Humanities Building   Unborn – https://vimeo.com/36184574. A selection of films from House on the Hill Productions A selection of films from the International Red Cross   Followed by a talk from Christopher Nicholas, Audiovisual Producer for the International Committee of the Red Cross, and audience Q&A     Sunday 29th June, 12.45 Radcliffe…

In conversation with Akshay Khanna and Salla Sariola

Friday 27th June, 20.30 Radcliffe Humanities Building   Akshay Khanna works on the intersections of anthropology, activism and development praxis and is a founder member of Prism, a Delhi-based queer activist collective, and has worked as a human rights lawyer, focusing on issues arising out of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and contributed to drafting the law against…

Workshop: “How anyone can make their own public health film”

Saturday 28th June, 15.30 Radcliffe Humanities Building   Learn from Gary Black, a leading specialist in film and public  health from the USA, how to make your own films using just a smart phone, the internet and free software.  This session is limited to 25 people. Gary Black is a Public Communications Professional from Meckleburg County,…