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Advisor Studio sessions feature intimate, moderated conversations with Sundance Advisors who are working artists and media industry professionals that contribute their expertise to the Collab community via courses, classes, office hours and events. In the Studio events, Advisors share field experiences and insights into their specific areas of craft, including writing, directing and producing for TV and film.


As we find our voices and develop our style as storytellers, it’s not uncommon to struggle with self-sabotaging thoughts around our worthiness and/or capabilities as artists. For Film Producer & Executive Career Coach, Kisha Imani Cameron, Founder of Cameron Career Coaching, there are three key steps to help with feelings of imposter syndrome. Join us as Kisha guides us through what imposter syndrome is, how it manifests, and her process for creating a vision and plan to boldly move forward in your career. If you’ve ever had thoughts about not being good enough or experience a fear of failure that’s keeping you stuck, this session will give you practical tools and advice on how to navigate imposter syndrome, stop the negative thinking, and begin to build confidence as an artist.


The moderated conversation will be recorded and posted to our video library within 24 hours and available to all members. The Q&A recording will only be available to Creator+ and Course Pass members. Sign up today to get a free 30-day trial Creator+ Membership.



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For decades now, Kisha Imani Cameron has walked the walk as an accomplished content producer, studio executive, champion of talent, and most recently, an accredited professional executive coach. While the diversity of her client base is extensive, she has especially become known for her work within the BIPOC creative community. Her producing deal with Focus Features led to the creation of the “Focus Features Africa First Short Film Program”, which ushered in a new generation of African filmmakers. more...

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