Multi-award winning researcher and recognized expert in clearances Elizabeth Klinck is returning to DOC Toronto!
Documentary researchers, writers, directors and producers of all levels are invited to learn the latest on how to obtain stock footage, stills and recorded music, while reducing costs and limiting risks. This workshop will answer your questions about:
There will be time for additional questions and e-handouts will be provided to registrants after the workshop.
October 18, 2012 | 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Centre for Social Innovation, Spadina | 215 Spadina, Alterna Savings Room, 4th Floor, Toronto
About Elizabeth Klinck:
Elizabeth has over twenty five years experience of research, visual stock shot research, music copyright clearance, and production management in documentary filmmaking. A graduate of Queen’s University, she sits on the board of directors for History Makers International and FOCAL International. She is the founding chairperson of the Visual Researcher’s Society of Canada/Association des recherchistes en audiovisuel du Canada and a member of DOC and WIFT. She has been an instructor at Ryerson University teaching documentary research and development and conducts workshops internationally at festivals, markets, and universities. Throughout her career, Elizabeth has worked for BBC, HBO, PBS, National Film Board of Canada, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Discovery, History Television, CTV, ZDF, and numerous international broadcasters and independent production companies in Canada, US and the UK. Elizabeth lives in Collingwood with her husband, sound recordist John Martin, and their two children Jack and Lily.
Elizabeth’s recent credits include the following documentary films that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival 2012:
Dir. Dan Gordon
The Secret Disco Revolution
Dir. Jaime Kastner
Stories We Tell
Dir. Sarah Polley
The Last White Knight
Dir. Paul Saltzman
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