Not News At Ten
Poets, film-makers and fashion-designers present open-ended experiments in Creative Journalism.
For readers to be re-enchanted with the world, we have to go beyond zombie news…
- Creative Journalism
- Factual, Lyrical, Truthful
- As told by today’s media, the world we live in reads like a closed book.
- Can it be re-opened, if journalism’s turned upside down?
Students and teachers from the University of East London are experimenting with new formats for the news. Tonight they present a series of news items told in various, different ways, including the News Poem.
Anthem for Lost Youth: a newspoem on knife and death in London.
Wearing The Story: clothes designed to tell stories other than your own.
Not News At 10: a lyrical-satirical remake of the TV news package.
The show will be a followed by an open discussion.
The event is part of an ongoing research project.
(Image: ‘Newsreader’ by Thomas Leuthard)