|Millie Harvey is a filmmaker with eight years producing and directing experience for organisations in the
development sector. She also runs participatory video workshops as part
of wider public engagement projects. Working in
countries across sub-Saharan Africa, in Afghanistan, and the UK Millie has made films about
issues in global health, the particular impact of conflict on women, and
the UK’s asylum system. Most recently she co-produced the public
engagement film 'In Our Hands' that looks at the introduction of HIV
self-testing in Malawi. Films have been used to lobby governments and have
contributed to outlets including the Channel 4 News, PBS and the Lancet.
Clients include Girl's Education South Sudan, Freedom from Torture, and the World Health Organisation.|
- Self-shooter and camera operator - Highly experienced with Canon Cinema Series (C300/C100) and Canon XF305. Good working knowledge of Sony FS700/PMW200, DSLR's, also experienced with live webcast configurations. Quickly adaptable to new equipment.
- Editor - Advanced knowledge of Adobe Premier Pro CC and Final Cut Pro 7.
- Concept and script development.
- Participatory media workshop design and facilitation.
- HEFAT Certified.
AIR - African Institute for Integrated Responses to VAWG and HIV/AIDS; Arts Award; Asylum Support Appeals Project (ASAP); Congo Now; ; Electric Cities / London School of Economics (LSE); Freedom from Torture; Girls Education South Sudan; Global Women's Research Society (GLOW); Glocal Films; Independents United; Ladies Who Learn; Malawi-Liverpool-Wellcome-Trust; Medical Aid Films; Purpose; Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; Royal Society of Medicine; SafeHands for Mothers; Save The Congo; The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; Warp Records; Women for Women International: World Health Organisation.
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