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By Posted on: Monday, May 2nd, 2016

One on One Interactive Project Consultations with Patricia Bergeron

Tickets Available Online Here.

To Register Email Jenn Brown at jenn@womensfilmfestival.com before June 16th. 

Date: Sunday, June 19th

Time: 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Location: NIFCO

 

 

 

 

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By Posted on: Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Producer’s Brunch

Tickets Available Online Here. 

Date: Sunday, June 19

Time: 11:00am – 1:30pm

Location: The Rocket Room at Rocket Bakery  

Patricia Bergeron has spent the last 15 years gaining solid experience with new media in tandem with film projects. She’s an independent producer at her own company Leitmotiv, where she works on documentary and fiction film narratives for crossover platforms and for the big screen. She’s teaching at INIS, in the documentary and interactive media programs and she’s given workshops on digital ecosystem and creation. She is also programming UXdoc section at Rencontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal (RIDM) and Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois (RVCQ). Her creativity and leadership is making her an important actor in transmedia and cinema around the world.
Jill Knox-Gosse Produced the Award winning feature film Grown Up Movie Star,  which was a 2010 Official Selection and Winner of a Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival and had three Genie Nominations. She operates Wreckhouse Productions with Lynne Wilson. Wreckhouse has recently released the Feature Film Relative Happiness, currently being distributed internationally by The Yellow Affair.  Wreckhouse is currently in pre-production on the feature films Colony of Unrequited Dreams and Audience of Chairs. She is a member of the Newfoundland Independent Filmmakers Cooperative (NIFCO), Producers Association of Newfoundland (PAN) and the Canadian Film and Television Producers Association (CMPA).

Allison White is an award-winning filmmaker and producer whose work has screened at festivals around the world. Her first feature film, Cast No Shadow swept the awards at the Atlantic Film Festival in Halifax including Best Feature Film and was nominated for four Canadian Screen Awards including Best Motion Picture. In went on to stay in Canadian theatres for six weeks. She is currently developing two feature films; Christian Sparkes’ Hammer and Stephen Dunn’s What Waits for them in Darkness (with Rhombus Media).

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