We're marking this year's BFI London Film Festival with another of our a Dogwoof Directors' Roundtable livestreamed to Facebook on Monday 9 October at 12pm.
Guest include Emmanuel Gras, the award-winning Makala filmmaker; director of the upcoming doc on legendary fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez, James Crump; Mountain and Sherpa director Jen Peedom; and actor-come-director of Lots of Kids, a Monkey and a Castle, Gustavo Salmerón.
Make sure you're following us on Facebook so that you don't miss out! You can find out more about some the fest's fab filmmakers below.
Jen Peedom - Mountain
Jen Peedom is a BAFTA nominated director, well known for her gripping, intimate portraits of people in extreme circumstances. Her credits include the internationally renowned documentaries Sherpa, Miracle On Everest, Living The End and Solo.
Emmanuel Gras - Makala
Emmanuel Gras is a French director whose films deal with contemporary social issues and are marked by a commitment to form. He studied film photography at ENS Louis Lumière. His film Bovines was nominated for the César for Best Documentary in 2013
Gustavo Salmerón - Lots of Kids, a Monkey and a Castle
Gustavo Salmerón has worked as an actor in over thirty films by internationally renowned directors. In 2001 he directed the short film Desaliñada (Salad Days) which won the Spanish Film Academy’s Goya for Best Short Film. From 2002-2016 he has been directing Lots of Kids, a Monkey and a Castle.
James Crump - Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex, Fashion and Disco
James Crump made his directorial debut at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival with Black White + Grey, featuring the influential and legendary curator and collector Sam Wagstaff and artist Robert Mapplethorpe.