Documentary Film EditingThe editor plays a key role in the creation of a documentary. Learn how to wield that power wisely in this intensive lecture based course with an industry professional. Topics covered include how to organize your footage, paper edit and structure a story line without being intimidated by large volumes of material. Learn how to use the tools of editing to shape the visual and thematic flow of the film, and balance interviews and visual content. Technical tips to prepare a documentary for broadcast or film festivals will also be covered. Students are encouraged to discuss their own projects during the workshop.
While, participants should understand non-linear editing software basics, editing software will not be discussed in-depth during this workshop. This workshop is recommended as a companion to Documentary Film Writing, The Art of the Interview, Producing Documentary Film, Visual Research for Documentaries and Directing Documentary Film workshops.
part 1: Tue 20 April 2021, 6 - 9 pm(Registration deadline is Tue 20 April 5:00 pm)
part 2: Thu 22 April 2021, 6 - 9 pm
Instructor: Tina Hahn
Tina Hahn is a producer, director and editor of documentaries that incorporate creativity, health and the environment with a multi-cultural perspective. She was nominated for two Gemini awards for producing and editing Life’s A Twitch which won the coveted Golden Sheaf at the Yorkton Film Festival. She directed and produced the first season of the series, Heart of a Poet, and was awarded an Honorable Mention as Best Feature Documentary at the ReelHeart Film Festival for How Come You Walk Funny? Her feature documentary about cycling and sustainable transportation entitled Tales of a Yellow Bike screened at international festivals from China to Israel. She was picture editor on Patron Saint which premiered at the Reel Artists Film Festival 2015.
Maximum Capacity: 15
6 hours of instruction in 2 parts$100 /member$125 /nonmember