Is your project at the point of making application to funding bodies? This course gives you the inside scoop on how to shape and fine tune your application to give it the edge it needs to be in the running.
Lana Lovell began directing in earnest five years ago, after years of working as a researcher and producer for the Discovery Channel, CTV News and Kensington Communications Inc.
Lana’s most recent documentary Resilience: stories of single black mothers was produced for OMNI TV by Storyline Entertainment in 2010. Her other documentary titles include The Incomparable Jackie Richardson, which was completed in 2008 for Bravo Television and received accolades for capturing musical performances, and Underground, the award winning short which premiered at Hot Docs in 2006. Ms. Lovell has also directed for the series Literature Alive and Heart Beat for Bravo Television.
In addition to directing, Lana is active in the documentary community. She is on the board for DOC Toronto and the national board of the Documentary Organization for Canada, where she facilitates workshops on pitching and effective storytelling.
Lana is a Toronto-based documentary filmmaker. She has a degree in anthropology from York University and studied Visual Anthropology at Manchester University.
- maximum capacity: 12
- 3 hours of instruction
Instructor: Lana Lovell
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