Celia Turley is the Project Producer for The Floating Cinema, UP Projects’ award-winning structure through which artists’ films, independent cinema and archive footage are presented in public locations.
She has previously worked on a range of film projects, including delivering the UK release of Oscar-nominated documentary feature How To Survive A Plague, acting as programme advisor at Open City Documentary Film Festival and producing the film-focused ‘Friday Late’ collaboration between magazine gal-dem and the V&A.
Celia’s passion for taking independent cinema and artist moving image to new audiences has led her to present work in locations as varied as Sierra Leonean beaches to fields on the Isle of Wight. She is excited to add rural Yorkshire to this list during the 2017 Floating Cinema tour.
Celia received her MA from The Granada Centre of Visual Anthropology.