MENTORING SCHEME 2020/2021

Intimacy Coordination Mentoring Scheme For Under-represented Groups (UK)

Funded by the Film & TV Charity Community Grant

Supported by ScreenSkills  & Moving Body Arts

To help nurture and develop representation in the UK's intimacy coordination community, we are super excited to announce the first ever fully funded mentoring opportunity open to those from under-represented groups. Organised by Intimacy Coordinator Yarit Dor including invited guest practitioners, spaces are limited in order to offer focused support. 

 
Recipients Of This Mentoring Scheme

”Roo” is the recipient of the Toronto Feminist Film awards. They co-authored the "ethical guidelines" and "model bill of rights" at Erika Lust Films. They also advocate for safe(r) & better working conditions in the film industry. They have direct experience in performing intimate and nude scenes and have worked as a Lighting and Cinematography Technician.
 

Haruka Kuroda

Haruka Kuroda (she/her) is an established actress, presenter, fight director and a voice-over artist. Originally from Japan and after graduating from Guildford School of Acting, she has been embarking on a career in the TV, Film, Theatre and VO industry. Using her bilingual skill, she has also worked as a language coach and an on-set interpreter.

Rufai Ajala

Tigger Blaize

 Tigger is from Guernsey in the Channel Islands, and trained as an actor at Rose Bruford College. S/he works in Theatre, TV, Film and Audio, facilitates workshops in Equality and Diversity and Mask Theatre, and does some ski instructing in the winter. Tigger is Vice Chair of Equity's LGBT+ Committee, and identifies as transgender, trans masculine and genderqueer.

Mary Malone

Mary is co-founder of multi-arts collective, Rita’s Kitchen and a graduate of the Contemporary Theatre BA course at East15 Acting School. She is a transgender actor, director, visual artist and dancer. Mary focuses on crossing different art forms and working collaboratively in order to create layered work exploring human connection, sharing queer voices and experiences. Recent screen acting credits include Starz and BBC Arts/New Creatives. 

Asha Jennings-Grant

Asha is a Movement Director working across the genres of theatre, dance, opera, music video and video games (Motion Capture). She has taught movement and delivered workshops at prestigious drama schools such as The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Rose Bruford College, Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. She is currently working on video game, Baldur’s Gate 3.

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