Our era deserves new technologies to help us creatively produce stories, but it also demands a fresh understanding of behaviourial psychology and the tools to tell nuanced and complex stories in our diverse cultures. These new methods must get inside the mind of a story; go beyond the explicit blunt expressions. Cinema Journalism filmmaking conceives stories that use artistic practice and cinema tropes, which Dr David Dunkley Gyimah (DDG) has demonstrated in China, Tunisia, Egypt, Lebanon, South Africa and the US too name a few places. In this peice young Syrians, many wanted by Syria's President Assad's forces, meet near the border of Turkey and Syria. Dr Dunkley Gyimah with a team of internationals meet up with them to help create "Stories of Record', looking inside the lives of Syrians.Read More
Each week DDG features images he's taken or sourced that frame diversity and creativity. Image is of England fullback and former Arsenal FC player Anita Asante.
The iPhone pushes new limits of aesthetics as . can bee seen from this unique project made on assignment in India.Read More
Living our life in front of a lens. Video promo capturing coming of age as video becomes the medium of choice for comms.Read More
What You Say
He is a one man hurricane
David's style has a cinema quality about it.
I love your cinema style