Jordanne portrays the story of 22-year-old Team GB Paralympic tennis player, Jordanne Whiley. Filmed in her hometown of Halesowen, UK. Jordanne narrates her journey, sharing insight about her childhood and her achievements as she attempts to create history by becoming the first British athlete to win all four major grand slams in a year.
Date: Saturday February 20, 1:30PM
Location: Glicker-Milstein Theatre, Diana Center LL200
Q&A session to follow screening
By purchasing a ticket to the Shorts Program you may also attend the Gender & Short Films: Emerging Female Filmmakers and the Barriers Surrounding Their Careers panel following Shorts Program 1 on a first come first serve basis.
Born and raised in London, Razvi has always been passionate about documentary filmmaking. After university, he worked as an intern at global advertising agency, BBH, and went on to became a producer in the TV commercials department. Five years later he was approached by Pulse Films to head up their music video department, working with artists such as London Grammar (‘Sights’), Kasabian (‘Stevie’), Damon Albarn (‘Mr Tembo’) The Chemical Brothers (‘I Feel So Deserted’), JCole (‘She Knows’) and many more.