Dr Amy Hardie is an award-winning documentary filmmaker (The Edge of Dreaming, Kafi’s Story) and graduate from NFTS. Her research interests include close collaborative work with research scientists and health professionals. She directed and produced six films with the Centre for Regenerative Medicine, including Stem Cell Revolutions which received the Tam Dalyell Medal. Her latest film, Seven Songs for a Long Life arose from a residency at Strathcarron Hospice in Scotland and is currently screening internationally, and due for transmission on PBS and CBS in 2017. Although her research is primarily through practice, she has a chapter on documentary film-making in Embodied Philosophy (Bloomsbury, 2016) and is currently writing for the Journal of Palliative Medicine and Nurse Researcher. She has contributed journal articles on audience engagement throughout distribution and production phases of filmmaking.
Horseback Uk on radio Scotland just now. Can't wait for their presentation at parliament tonight!!
RT @GuthGafa: We're very excited here at GG HQ..our first 2016 10th Anniversary programmes have arrived..hot off the presses! :) …