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Navigate the World of Archives: Visual Research for Film, Television and A/...

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Imperial Plaza Building - Main Lounge

111 St. Clair Avenue West

Toronto, Ontario M4V 1N5

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As a visual researcher for the past 35 years in the documentary film and television industry, Elizabeth has developed an extensive knowledge around research, rights clearance and copyright for music and film.

She has had the distinct pleasure to work with filmmakers such as Werner Herzog, Jennifer Baichwal, Barry Avrich and Sarah Polley. She has won 5 Canadian Screen Awards for her work on various projects.

Elizabeth has been giving workshops at colleges, universities, and film festivals throughout Canada, the United States and Europe for the last 15 years.

Navigate the world of documentary research and clearances. Learn the latest on how to obtain, reduce costs and limit risks using stock footage, stills, and licensed music. This workshop is invaluable for all documentary producers, directors, writers, editors and researchers.

Areas of discussion include

  • the current rights marketplace
  • how to find the best sources of visual material (photographs, archival film, graphics, and maps),
  • negotiating terms and rates,
  • inexpensive alternatives to expensive archival footage
  • how to document “due diligence” or best effort.

This workshop is recommended for:

  • Documentary Film Directors
  • Documentary Film producers
  • Film Editors
  • Writers
  • Researchers

Each attendee gets the following

  • E-handouts and "Klinck Links"
  • An opportunty to email Elizabeth with one question about a project after the workshop
  • Refreshments

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Imperial Plaza Building - Main Lounge

111 St. Clair Avenue West

Toronto, Ontario M4V 1N5

Canada

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