Last updated on 24 April 2018
DEGNZ invites editors to apply for an Editing Drama Workshop with Peter Roberts, award-winning editor and former President of the Guild. The 2-day workshop will be held on 14-15 April in Auckland.
Learn about narrative feature-length editing and dramatic storytelling from a highly experienced New Zealand editor. The workshop will also combine teaching with practical editing exercises. Applicants require basic skills in Avid to attend*.
Peter Roberts has cut a prolific range of documentaries, shorts, features and TV shows. In 2014, Peter edited the drama feature film The Dark Horse, documentary feature Hip Hop-eration, and the short film Dive. All three won Best Film locally and each earned him a nomination for best editor. Follow-up projects have ranged across the globe: from ensemble drama Vermilion, shot in Auckland, to American indie drama For Izzy (produced by Kiwi actor Michelle Ang) and Kiwi-Chinese fantasy Into the Rainbow. Recent TV credits include telemovie Jean and Australian drama Cleverman. Peter was the first editor president of DEGNZ.
Saturday 14 April, 9am – 5pm
Sunday 15 April, 9am – 4pm, followed by post-workshop drinks
South Seas Film and Television School, Auckland
A travel allowance is available to some DEGNZ members travelling from out of town.
Cost: DEGNZ members free, Non-members $100. Lunch will be provided each day.
Application Deadline: Wednesday 28 March, 12 noon
TO APPLY please send your application in ONE PDF or DOC to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Editing Drama’ in the subject line. In your application, please include:
- your CV with filmography
- links to samples of your work
- a maximum one-page letter explaining why you would like to attend the workshop
- your capability with Avid: Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced
- your mobile number and any dietary requirements.
* If you are new to Avid Media Composer, a free 30-day trial is available for download to familiarise yourself with the software ahead of the workshop.
This event is brought to you with the generous support of the New Zealand Film Commission.