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Editing Life: A Conversation with Female Documentary Editors NYFVC 3/22 2pm

FREE TO THE PUBLIC

http://nyfvc.org/NYFVC/Current_Program.html?utm_source=BRIC+Master+Email+List&utm_campaign=938cf20219-BRIC_Happenings_3_6_143_6_2014&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_9587a10210-938cf20219-269051219

The New York Film and Video Council is thrilled to present a panel discussion highlighting
the art and craft of documentary editing.

What: Editing Life: A Conversation with Female Documentary Editors

When: Saturday, March 22, 2:00-3:30pm

Where: BRIC House

647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY (@ Rockwell Place, next to BAM Harvey theater)

Closest subway is Nevins 2,3, 4,5 or Fulton G

Often under recognized, the documentary film editor is a key creative collaborator who is responsible for shaping story, structure and emotion from unscripted life. Historically, this is also an area where women have thrived in film, making invaluable contributions to some of the most acclaimed films in the canon, from Man with a Movie Camera (Elizaveta Svilova) and Gimme Shelter (Charlotte Zwerin) to countless others.

To celebrate this rich history, “Editing Life” will take us inside the cutting rooms of some of the most accomplished and dynamic editors working in the field today. They will share short clips from their work in order to provide insights into their working processes. Participating editors include Mary Lampson (Harlan County USA, Trouble the Water,) Penelope Falk (Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, Maidentrip,) Geeta Gandbhir (When the Levees Broke,
By the People: The Election of Barack Obama,) and Lynn True (Summer Pasture, Lumo.)

Moderated by NFVC Board Member and Filmmaker Sarah Christman
Co-presented with BRIC, a Brooklyn Free Speech Media Talk

Editing Life: A Conversation
with Female Documentary Editors

Please join members of the NYFVC on

Saturday, March 22, 2014 at 2pm

We’re proud to offer this event FREE to the public, first come first served at the door.
NYFVC members can benefit from a RESERVED spot (and a free drink ticket) by RSVPing today here: NYFVCrsvp@gmail.com

Not a member? Join us! For only $40, you’ll have free access to our monthly programs for a full year.

 PO Box 1685   New York, New York 10185       (917) 830-5295     info@nyfvc.org       facebook       RSS
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