VSFF@HOME:

SHORTS TO FEATURES PANEL SERIES
with the support of Creative BC

Saturday, April 23rd and Sunday, April 24th

Join us for live discussions and community networking featuring independent Vancouver filmmakers connecting on unique perspectives on producing, directing and filming in BC

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VSFF @HOME: Shorts to Features Panel series

PRODUCING

 

A panel of some of Vancouver’s top independent producers discusses the nitty-gritty of funding and working with directors, crewing, scheduling, and getting a film greenlit and seen. 

 

Times and dates

Sat, Apr 23 - 10AM - 1pm

 

Speakers:

 

Arnold Lim 

 

Andy Hodgson

 

Kristyn Stilling 

 

CINEMATOGRAPHY

A panel of Vancouver’s independent cinematographers tells us what it’s like to turn indie dreams into a cinematic reality.

 

Times and dates

Sat, Apr 23 - 2PM-5PM

Speakers:

 

Andy Hodgson

 

Alfonso Chin

 

Suzanne Friesen

 

 

 

DIRECTING

A panel of some of Vancouver’s brightest directing minds speaks to us about what it is like being the center of the creative vision and making your film the indie way.

Times and dates

Sun, Apr 24 - 12PM - 3PM followed by a Speed Meeting

Speakers:

 

Alexander Lasheras

 

Karen Lam

 

Jason Karman

Moderated by Avi Glanzer

 

SPEED MEETINGS

Put a face to that name! In the VSFF Keep It Short Speed Meetings, attendees have the opportunity to network online in small group settings in a structured, fast-paced meet & greet event.

 

Right after the directing panel.

We would like to thank our main sponsor for this event, Creative BC.

About VSFF@Home:


The Vancouver Short Film Festival is excited to present VSFF@HOME: Shorts to Features Panel Series, an online event series connecting and educating filmmakers online. VSFF@Home was born during the period of 2020-21, as a series of on-going educational panels and content for filmmakers Canada-wide to learn about the art of film. VSFF is proud to create unique educational and professional development opportunities. All events are available online and FREE to the public. 

Supported by Creative BC.