Time: 9:00 – 9:50am
Curator and content producer, Alex Lee, considers the intersection of storytelling between games and film and how it is essential to embrace collaboration, impact storytelling and the place of diversity, equity and inclusion
About the Speaker
Alex Lee has a Masters in Creative & Performing Arts from the University of Auckland. He is a Founding Trustee of Documentary NZ Trust, Director of Doc Edge International Film Festival and Industry Forum. He was formerly the Chair of Film Auckland Inc. and the head of the School of Performing & Screen Arts at UNITEC. He was producer of fiction narrative feature The Last Magic Show (2007) and award-winning acclaimed theatrical feature documentary Hip Hop-eration (2018). He is currently working on several international co-productions including features Shh..Diam, Where Is It Said You should be Happy?, Kannappa and web-series Korban Season 2. He is also producing NZ Film Commission supported films Interference and I Thought Jesus Was Korean.