Intersectionality in the Edit Room

Track:
ASL interpretation
What:
Panel
When:
1:00 PM, Saturday 3 Oct 2020 PDT (1 hour 30 minutes)
Where:
Main Stage - Main Stage   Virtual session
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How:

Intersectionality in the Edit Room will feature five panelists made up of editors and assistant editors to discuss their editing process and how filmmakers could apply a better understanding of intersectionality and the importance of inclusion and diversity in the workplace. Panelists will discuss the impact their work has had on the documentary landscape, focusing on the craft through practical and social change. How does a diverse crew influence the aesthetic, ethical, and cultural perspectives in the work? Looking ahead, what does a more inclusive edit room mean for the craft, the industry, the stories being told, and for audiences?

Presented by Alliance for Documentary Editors

ASL and Closed Captioning available for this session.

Moderator
Prandial Pictures
Editor
Panelist
ADE, Karen Schmeer
Editor / Screenwriter
Panelist
Freelance / Independent
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