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Spotlight On: Molly Adams, MA Documentary Film – LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019

Written by Jake May
Published date 29 November 2019

Students from MA Documentary Film will be exhibiting an array of innovative and boundary-pushing projects to prospective employers, industry, the public, and friends and family, as part of LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019.

The course will be showing in LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019: Show 2 alongside students across graphic design, film, data visualisation, games design, branding, virtual reality and more, with a Launch Event on 4 December and exhibiting from 5 – 7 December.

Get an idea of what to expect at LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019 as we shine a spotlight on just a handful of the projects set to go on show from the next generation of leading creatives spanning the always-evolving disciplines of design, media and screen...

Molly Adams

Bringing Home the Blubber

In Molly's words...

"With the mountains and ice floes of Greenland as backdrop, Ujuunnguaq Heinrich arguably has the most beautiful workplace on earth. “I wouldn’t trade this for the world!” he says smiling at the camera, before returning his gaze towards the horizon. Hunting seals is all he has ever known, but things could have turned out very differently for Ujuunnguaq, as we learn in this intimate portrait.

"As trust is gained, his story unfolds - one of unbearable loss and personal struggle. Once a broken man, we discover how he managed to find strength in being vulnerable. This documentary offers a glimpse into Ujuunnguaq’s incredible life and the bigger issues that the Inuit face today - from an inside perspective."

Bringing Home the Blubber, as well as other projects from MA Documentary Film, will be available to view prior and during Show 2. Screenings will take place from 6pm in Lecture Theatre B on 3, 4, and 6 December.


LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019: Show 2 takes place from 5 – 7 December. 

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