Miss Honey Crespo
Film and Media Arts
0151 291 3874 .
Honey is a a filmmaker with years of experience in the film industry, specialising in the documentary field. She is a film graduate from MMU's School of Art. Her training includes Documentary Filmmaking at the NFTS and the NW's Film Talent Development Programme by Creative England. Her work has been selected for the Next Doc Media Lab; has been screened nationally at the BFI's Future Film Festival and the Big BBC Screen; and internationally at the Made by Women International Film Festival (MAD) earning her numerous awards including a Royal Television Society Award.
Honey has been working as a Film Lecturer for a number of years and is currently employed as Professional Tutor in Film at Liverpool Hope University, teaching practical elements of Film & Visual Culture including Filmmaking Practice, Screenwriting, and Post-production. In the field of education, she has achieved the status of Fellow of Higher Education (FHEA)
Honey continues her film practice as a documentary director. Her areas of research interest include film festival curation and exhibition; and the use of documentary filmmaking as a tool in Community Engagement in the Arts: designing, developing, delivering and project managing films, filmmaking workshops and masterclasses as a way to develop overlooked communities. Collaborations and commissions of film work include Everton in the Community, Big Local, Sharp Futures, FreshRB, My Space Housing Solutions, Sobriety Films, Scalarama and Manchester Metropolitan University.