Gaylene Gould

Gaylene Gould

Author

Gaylene Gould has travelled the world finding and sharing stories. She’s unearthed cinematic gems in Zanzibar and along the Cannes croisette, staged live theatrical experiences in car parks, secretively interviewed sex workers in Amsterdam’s Red Light District and been published in several anthologies. Now she concentrates on what she loves and does best – writing, talking and listening. She writes short, long fiction and plays, presents documentaries and cultural reviews for Radio 4 and works as a creative coach with writers, artists and the trailblazing The School of Life. Her mission is to to excavate the quiet truths within ourselves and wider society.

Writing credits:
The Sacrifice X-24 Unclassified anthology
13 Conversations about Art and Cultural Race Politics, Artexte,
The Stories Within The Songs, Creativity, Money, Love Anthology
Interior Dialogues – regular column Writers Hub

Key Broadcast Credits
BBC Radio – Front Row / The Film Show/The Strand
Modern Day Griots, Documentary BBC Radio 4 Presenter
Cousins, Documentary ITV Director
The White Job, Documentary VPRO TV Director
50 Films To See Before You Die – Presenter, Granada TV

Awards
Winner 2012 – Commonword Writing 4 Children

Gaylene Gould @gaylene_g

So great to have you @NYTofGB VIP’s in the house& Dame Helen Mirren’s fantastic generosity!

We were delighted (and very lucky) to welcome @ZaweAshton to the @BFI & @RadioTimes #TVFest with @gaylene_g today to discuss her new book, particularly because she’s right in the middle of a production of #Betrayal at @HPinterTheatre!

Host @gaylene_g opens the session of Unforgotten by asking writer/creator Chris Lang “I hear there was a fantastic venue where you thought of the show?”
“Yes it was right here at the @BFI in the cafe upstairs” #TVfest with @TVSanjeev, Nicola Walker and exec producer Laura Mackie

If you like love stories @rafikimovie has it all. @rafikimovie is game changing cinema and
@wanuri is a game changing creative force. SUPPORT BOTH, you’ll be changed for the better. 💘

REDRUM! REDRUM! #manalive #eek
#Kubrick @BFI Southbank April/May

#FILMJOBS ALERT! This summer, our new touring project w @LUXmovingimage will focus on the 1980s UK Black Arts movement. We're now looking for someone great to manage this exciting project. Apply by 26 April ➡️ https://t.co/wUlCk4rcQu (📷: Handsworth Songs, 1986)

Redrum @BFI Southbank April-May

There’s a UC in the OCG. Welcome back @Line_of_duty. Lking fwd to welcoming you back to the @BFI Radio Times TV Fest https://t.co/3weSZaQ31N

Heartbroken. Rest in power Agnes 💕

Let us all have the integrity, largesse and ability to walk in our own shoes with such wit and fire as Ms Agnes Varda. Ms Varda you outlived them all ❤️

📽️JOB KLAXON📽️ On the look out for a master Team Coordinator to keep the fabulous @BFI Events team in check as we deliver exciting events and hires at Southbank and Stephen St. Are you an admin whizz, a sales fiend and a good laugh? Apply within. #filmjobs
https://t.co/5B3v4TQvn4

Jung, Fanon and Marx walked into a horror film once...Go see #Us

Good to see the passion still burning @UWEfilmculture - it was inspiring meeting you all!

https://t.co/4kQ0pEgRQl

This morning @RaisingFilms launches its survey into being a carer in the film industry. It's the first of its kind, and we'd love your help getting it out there. So here's a short thread on what it is. #WeNeedToTalkAboutCaring https://t.co/xVDOZLsgHO

Calling all #TV fans! I'm producing @BFI & @RadioTimes #TVFest on 12-14 April and we are looking for a crack team of A+ volunteers to join in the fun. It'll be a rollercoaster weekend celebrating the best of British TV. Applications open now! https://t.co/aM0YsN6kU4 #artsjobs

To translate or not to translate? Go see it twice then discuss. Babylon a reach Brooklyn c/o @_Ash_Clark @BAMfilmBrooklyn

We are currently advertising SIX jobs in our new @BFI Young Audiences Content Fund:

Business Affairs Exec
Production Exec
Development Exec
Project Manager
Coordinator
Administrator

All based in LEEDS.

Search jobs here and apply!

https://t.co/9VUwSxYCLi

"Intellectually virtuous interaction". The kind of virtue signalling I think we can all benefit from. Try it... Heady debate @BBCFreeThinking @DrMatthewSweet @QCassam @simon_beard @gaylene_g #YazmineRix @BBCRadio3 https://t.co/bX6vRcAnaP

Psyched to see Da Vinci’s anatomy drawings up close before the inevitable rush this weekend. Stunning. Hear more on tonight’s @BBCFrontRow