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Iris Ng is one of Canada’s most prolific documentary cinematographers. Her camera and gaze have sensitively captured the stories in multi-award winning films such as The Stories We Tell (2012), Toxic Beauty (2019), Shirkers (2018), Nuuca (2018), Migrant Dreams (2016), and many more, including the popular Netflix docu-series Making a Murderer. This moderated conversation will take a deep dive into the unique creative process of a documentary cinematographer, drawing excerpts from her own work and notes from the field. A must-attend event for directors, cinematographers and all creatives interested in the power of visual storytelling. 



Details

Sunday, June 21st at 3:00 PM PT 

Tickets $6-8 (DOC BC and DGC members, please contact your organization for the promo code)

Registration is open to participants from across Canada.


To register, please click "pre-order" above.


For more information about this masterclass, please visit: https://www.doxafestival.ca/iris-ng


After the event, join us for a mixer with your fellow filmmaking community who attended the masterclass, hosted by DOC BC. The details about how to join the mixer will be made available during the masterclass.





Co-presented by DOC BC

Sponsored by the Director's Guild of Canada and Creative BC