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9am to 12pm
6 seats available
The master class is for experienced filmmakers, directors, editors, and producers who want to develop greater sensitivity and skill in editing and shaping dramatic material.
It will explore the creative process of editing with the guidance and critique of a master film editor and deepen their understanding of scene dynamics, timing and continuity, and the aesthetics of cinematic storytelling. The class will highlight techniques for heightening tension, performance, and pacing in both comedy and dramatic films. Students will learn about an editor’s relationship with the director and how each contributes to shaping the film in this crucial phase.
Instructor: Sarah Hedar is an award-winning editor whose numerous credits include the Feature film SGaawaayK’uuna: Edge of The Knife, Winner for Best Editing in a Motion Picture Drama – Leo Awards 2019, Now Is The Time Winner for Best Editing in a Short Documentary – Women in Film Int’l Film Festival 2020. Her credits include Feature Films for Shoreline Entertainment, TV series and Documentary films for the CBC, Aptn, Slice Network, Knowledge network, NFB and NSI and more. Sarah is also a faculty member of Langara College's Department of Film Arts where she teaches film editing and documentary production.
Sarah Hedar's website : https://www.sarahhedar.com/