Inner Visions: Producer Masterclass with Precious Mahaga Event

Free / Online

Inner Visions: Producer Masterclass with Precious Mahaga

We're delighted to present this Producer Masterclass, where an audience of young people of colour will have the opportunity to learn about the challenges and triumphs that she has experienced thus far. This is also an opportunity for young creatives to hear first-hand how an artist can carry an idea from conception to completion and directly ask her questions of their own. If you're wondering:

  • What is a producer looking for in an idea for a music video or short film?
  • What makes a great crew?
  • What skills are useful in a producer role?

Then this is for you! 

About Precious Mahaga

Precious Mahaga is a British-Kenyan producer based in London, UK and head of music video at Agile Films. She started her career as a production runner on long-form television production before joining Greatcoat Films, where she worked her way through the production ranks and eventually became head of  music videos for the company. Following this, she moved into freelance producing, working on projects for Pulse Films, Somesuch, Friend London and Smuggler.
She has a keen interest in narrative projects which share the stories and experiences of marginalised social and cultural groups. Recent, notable projects include Trouble, the award-winning narrative music video for Kano, directed by Aneil Karia, and award-nominated music videos for Michael Kiwanuka’s Hero and Jorja Smith’s By Any Means. She was also line producer on Two Single Beds, a short film written by and starring Daniel Kaluuya, and is currently in producing two short films, in collaboration with the British Film Institute and Netflix. 

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Past Showings

Thursday 28th October 2021 / 6 - 7pm / Online

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About the curator

Josh Kilimanjaro is a London-born, Scotland-raised Zambian who cut his creative teeth on the sunny shores of Dundee at DJCAD and then lived Edinburgh and Glasgow before returning to London. Josh has experience in many creative fields. Now focusing on music, the New Promoter opportunity by Filmhub Scotland fit perfectly with his desire to learn new skills and broaden his creative horizons. Working as Programme Coordinator at Africa in Motion, Josh has curated and produced three events as part of the 2021 festival edition; 2 original music commissions that will world premiere at the festival, a Producer Masterclass with award-winning producer Precious Mahaga and a special afternoon conference that will connect young Black and African creatives with some of Scotland’s finest creative agencies.