WFG Media Lab | Saturday March 17 & Sunday March 18 | 12pm – 6pm
This specialized workshop series is free and is designed as an award. As such applicants are requested to make a case to be selected.
The Winnipeg Film Group is partnering with the The National Film Board of Canada to offer workshops for women interested in building on their skills in the areas of sound, editing and camera.
No experience required!
PICTURE EDITING SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Tuesday, February 27 | 4pm
About the course: Successful applicants will get the opportunity to attend a 2 day crash course utilizing Picture Editing in documentary film. The class will touch upon the many areas of Picture Editing, Post-Production Workflow and will also aim to tackle the collaborative role of the editor in shaping and pacing the story. We are looking for passionate filmmakers and creative crew who want to learn all facets of the world of Picture Editing in documentary filmmaking.
About the instructor: For the last 22 years, Julie Hackett has worked in the Winnipeg film and Television industry as a Feature Film Assistant Editor, Documentary Editor,Writer, Director and Researcher who does clearances in her spare time! As a partner in Winnipeg based iSplice Films, Julie has expanded her skills to include Descriptive Video Services, Combined Continuity and Spotting Lists for feature films, and clocks time each year as a guest speaker and editor for the National Screen Institute’s New Indigenous Voices program for Aboriginal Students from across Canada.
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