Last updated on 21 February 2018
The Directors & Editors Guild of NZ invites you to apply for a 2-day Editing Drama Workshop with acclaimed editor Eric de Beus. The workshop will be held in Auckland on Saturday and Sunday, 29 and 30 of July.
About Eric de Beus
Eric is one of New Zealand’s award-winning, highly-experienced drama editors in both television and film.
Eric’s credits in television include: 800 Words,The Brokenwood Mysteries, Westside, When We Go To War, The Blue Rose, The Cult, and Spartacus. He cut telefeatures including Pirates of the Airwaves, Waitangi-What Really Happened, and Billy. And in feature films his credits range from The Last Saint, My Wedding and other Secrets, and Forgotten Silver to Magik and Rose and Jubilee.
Eric will cover off on his insights into the essential building blocks of dramatic story telling through a masterclass approach and practical hands-on work.
Lunch will be provided each day. A travel allowance may be available to DEGNZ members coming from outside Auckland.
Applicants must have experience editing drama and using AVID.
When: Saturday 29 July & Sunday 30 July
Cost: DEGNZ members free, Non-members $100
TO APPLY please send your application in ONE PDF or DOC to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Editing Drama Workshop’ in the subject line. In your application, please provide:
- links to samples of your work
- a maximum one-page letter stating why you want to attend this workshop
- please also include your mobile number and dietary requirements.
Application Deadline: 5pm Wednesday 19 July
This event is brought to you with the support of the New Zealand Film Commission.