Daljinder Johal (she/her) is a producer, marketer, writer and curator across film, theatre, festivals and audio and is Head of Community at Boundless Theatre.
She’s produced BFI Network-funded shorts: Mug for Manchester writer/director Jo Lane, Nottingham-based Dan Shaw’s Hope Ain’t Right and co-producing Fairview Park with Joe Tapp and Tuli Litvak as well as producing Suga Suppiah’s Ratthum in London. She hosts a film night, The Short Cinema’s Show & Tell, at Phoenix Leicester and is the Midlands freelance marketer for BFI Fan New Releases.
For theatre, she’s produced the playwright and theatre maker Erinn Dhesi’s work, including her 4-star show, Wigs Snatched, Perceptions Destroyed, to win a VAULT 2020 Award, with funding from Arts Council England and StageOne. She’s produced festivals including as a Festival Producer for a new socially-distant, cross-genre, outdoor festival, Little But LIVE in Moseley Park and worked at others including the European Independent Film Festival and ArtReach’s Journeys Festival International. For audio, she is a BBC x Rural Media New Creative, producing a 15-minute audio piece on the menopause.
She’s undertaken extensive mentoring and producing training with Roundhouse London, Wise Children, China Plate Theatre, StageOne and with the BFI Creative Producers School 2020 for Kato Pictures.