BBC Radio Suffolk: Stefan Freedman & Lois Cordelia, 9th April 2017
Jon Wright recently interviewed Stefan Freedman and Lois Cordelia for BBC Radio Suffolk about their film-music-art collaboration on "Malka". Jon's interview will be broadcast as part of his early morning show on Sunday 9th April. You can tune in on 95.5 FM/104.6 FM and on Digital, via the website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p018z672, from 06.00 - 09.00, or catch up later on 'Listen Again'.
"Malka" is a short film (4 m 52 s) dedicated to refugee children everywhere, evoking the journey of a young girl refugee, Malka, and her mother across wilderness and hardship in search of safety. The film features haunting acoustic music and lyrics by Stefan Freedman, accompanied by atmospheric mixed media illustrations by Lois Cordelia. The film in its entirety can be viewed here. Public sharing of the film is encouraged. Malka is a non-profit film that aims to reach out to the public and promote empathy and understanding of refugees, seen through the eyes of a child.
Learn more about "Malka" here: http://www.loiscordelia.com/blog/2017/3/malka
Below: A few of Lois's mixed-media artwork visuals for the short film.
Keywords: art, bbc radio suffolk, ipswich, jon wright, lois cordelia, malka, red rose chain, refugee children, stefan freedman, suffolk
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