November 3, 2022 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Members and permits of ICG 669, IATSE 856, DGC-MDC, On Screen Manitoba, Indigenous Filmmakers Association and DOC MB: $30
Members of the public: $60
No walk-ups will be permitted. Must pre-register and purchase here.
Location: RRC Polytech – Exchange District Campus – 160 Princess St – Great West Life Theatre Hall – (A1O4)
During this moderated discussion, cinematographer Steve Yedlin, A.S.C, will discuss his work, and share the many challenges and successes he has experienced in achieving the visual solutions that elevate story, character, and theme. Participants will be given the opportunity to ask industry and cinematography questions in an open and supportive dynamic.
Steve Yedlin’s credits include several films with director Rian Johnson: KNIVES OUT, STAR WARS: EPISODE VIII: THE LAST JEDI, LOOPER, BRICK (Sundance Special Grand Jury Prize Winner), and THE BROTHERS BLOOM. Steve’s other cinematography credits include SAN ANDREAS, GIRL MOST LIKELY, DANNY COLLINS, CARRIE, AMERICAN VIOLET, Tobe Hooper’s THE TOOLBOX MURDERS, and THE WITNESS: FROM THE BALCONY OF RM. 306 (HBO, nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short).
Please note: Spots are now filled. Thank you to all who have signed up.
Film Training Manitoba Course Registration Policy
- Participants must be 18 years of age or older to register and attend the course.
- Participants must register in advance of the course. No drop-ins.
- Registration is on a first come, first served basis – unless otherwise specified. Enrollment may be limited.
- Payment in full is required to secure a spot in an FTM course.
- No recording of any kind is permitted.
- Participants must cancel up to 4 full business days prior to the course start date to receive an 80% refund.
- No refund will be given to participants who cancel within 4 full business days before the course start date, or if they do not attend the course.
- Film Training Manitoba reserves the right to cancel, or postpone, any course where a minimum registration level has not been met. Participants registered for a course that is canceled will receive a full refund.
FTM is a non-for-profit charity and member of the Province of Manitoba’s sector council program (through the Department of Economic Development and Jobs). FTM conducts workforce development and training to build a highly skilled and adaptable film industry to support the activities of Manitoba production companies. FTM collaborates with members of the film and television industry to identify the training needs within the community.