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Industry Panel: Cinematography N/A


As we are aware The Garden Cinema membership community is not just made up of cinema enthusiasts, but also covers a large range of film creatives, we like to help connect our members working across all departments of the industry.

For our regular industry panels, we invite knowledgeable speakers to discuss their specific branch of the industry, with plenty of time for asking questions. After the discussion, we all head into the Garden Bar, so you can network with fellow members.

On Wednesday 26 June, we will be joined by cinematographers Evelin van Rei NSC (Walk with Me, Passenger, Bad Sisters, Chemistry of Death), Bebe Dierken (Sexy Beast, Midas Man, The Million Robbery, Doctor Jekyll), and Nanu Segal BSC (Hoard, Emily, Scoop) to discuss all things cinematography. Join them in an honest and open conversation as they discuss their journeys, identities, philosophies, biggest challenges, and how they maintain authenticity and safeguard mental wellbeing. Come prepared with your most daring and curious questions!


Tickets are restricted to 1 per member, and available for just £5, which includes a token for a complimentary house wine, beer or soft/hot drink.


About the speakers:


Dutch autistic cinematographer & artist Evelin van Rei NSC received the Angénieux Special Encouragement Award at Cannes Film Festival in 2022, which recognises next-generation cinematographic talent. She is well-known for her distinctive and artistic imagery both in still and moving image. Visceral, textured, intricate, and reminiscent of tenebrism qualities in paintings. Evelin seeks to create thought-provoking, authored, authentic, innovative, and emotionally resonant films. Cinema as art form. She has a soft spot for indie, arthouse, surrealism, experimental, psychological thriller, and sci-fi. @evelinvanrei_nsc


Birgit Bebe Dierken is a german film cinematographer who has also worked in American and British films. She graduated in photography in 1991. She was assistant cameraman for many years on films like Blood Diamond, Bourne Ultimatum, Eat Pray Love, and Inglorious Basterds until she became director of photography full time. Since then she has worked in different genres from period to science fiction, and contemporary content. @bebedierken


Since studying cinematography at the NFTS in the UK, Nanu Segal has enjoyed working across different genres in her feature film work, with recent credits including Hoard for Luna Carmoon, Emily for Frances O’Connor and Scoop for Philip Martin. Her short films have collected many awards from film festivals across the world (Cannes Cinefondation / BAFTA / Rhode Island). Nanu also served as the 2nd unit Director of Photography on the Oscar winning film, Bohemian Rhapsody. Her episodic credits include BAFTA nominated series A Spy Among Friends and Guilt S1, for which she was awarded the RTS Camera Award. Alongside her narrative work, Nanu shoots commercials for companies such as Somesuch, Riff Raff and Anonymous Content.

Check out our Youtube channel for videos of our previous industry panels.

Previous speakers have included:

- Michaël Dudok de Wit (Director of The Red Turtle)

- Alexandra Sasha Balan (Animator on The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse)

- Jacob Stolworthy (Reporter, The Independent)

- Jack Shepherd (Writer, Total Film)

- Georgia Goggin (Producer of Pretty Red Dress)

- Susan Simnett (Producer of Fadia's Tree)

- Christina Papasotiriou (Senior Film Programmer at Raindance Film Festival)

- Philip Ilson (Co-Director of London Short Film Festival)

- Edward Lovelace (Director of Name Me Lawand)

- Tom Howson (Head of Theatrical Sales at Dogwoof)

- Joanna Johnston (Costume Designer on Lincoln, Forrest Gump, Death Becomes Her)

- Charlotte Finlay (Costume Supervisor on Barbie, Paddington 2)

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