This workshop will serve as an introduction to post production for emerging film producers, with a focus on post supervision. Covering post-production workflow, working with offline and online editors, finishing and delivery. Participants are encouraged to come with questions.
- maximum capacity: 10
- 3 hours of instruction
Instructor: Lu AsfahaLu Asfaha is a Toronto storyteller and filmmaker. Her films often explore identity and how things fall apart. She produced her first short film in 2013, the sports documentary Kerry, which premiered at the Portland International Film Festival and had her directorial debut in 2015 with the dark comedy Dead End at the Toronto Short Film Festival. Since then she has gone on to direct and edit much of her own work, including the short documentary Freedom Summer, about a Black Lives Matter summer camp, which came out on CBC Gem in 2018. Later that year she directed the dark fantasy short Paladin and was on the post production team for CBC POV’s Mr. Jane and Finch. This year Lu was honoured to be a Doc Accelerator Fellow at Hot Docs 2019.
|$0 ||all-in or workshop member|
|$10 ||production member|