Inclusion in Production with Mama Youth

Join us in conversation with Bob Clarke, Chief Creative Officer for Licklemor Productions and CEO and Founder of MAMA Youth Project for our latest session - Inclusion in Production with MAMA Youth Project.

Bob Clarke

Bob Clarke is the Chief Creative Officer for Licklemor Productions and the CEO & Founder of MAMA Youth Project. Bob has been working in broadcast television for over 30 years. The main part of his career has been offline and online editing, and he had his own post production facility, based in Soho before starting his own production company. He currently is directing and exec producing an entertainment magazine show for Sky Arts, “Unmuted”.

Bob recently created and executive produced a spoken word show, Life & Rhymes, hosted by Benjamin Zephaniah, which won a BAFTA this year for Best Entertainment Show, beating Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Take Away, The Masked Singer and Strictly Come Dancing. He also has commissions with Viacom, Channel 4 and Sky Comedy.

This work forms part of our diversity and inclusion (DIAG) series of panel sessions supported by British Film Commission (BFC) . 

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