In this live three-hour Masterclass, we will breakdown the independent fiction producer’s role during post-production and:

  • define the “Post-Production” stage of the filmmaking process.
  • review key terminology.
  • illuminate the workflow timeline/structure.
  • identify essential creative collaborators and their responsibilities.
  • opportunities and challenges of creative collaboration.
  • share tips and takeaways from experts that empowers Producers in this important stage of the filmmaking process.


All Sundance Co//ab Master Classes are recorded and will be available for all registrants after the live event. Please allow up to 24 hours after the live event for the recording to be posted.


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Instructor
Simon TaufiQue is a British Indian, Emmy-nominated producer based in NYC. He is known for his work on The Interpreters (PBS), Imperium (Lionsgate/Universal), and Berlinale- winner, She's Lost Control. more...
Panelist
Mark Steele is an industry multi-hyphenate with a successful track record in post-production, production, and business affairs. He has been the post-production supervisor on many documentary and narrative films. Mark's Sundance Film Festival titles include: CUTIE AND THE BOXER, SEMBENE!, HOWL, THE CONVINCER, BLAST BEAT!, BUCK, MY PERESTROIKA, and IT'S ME, HILARY: THE MAN WHO DREW ELOISE. more...
Panelist
Emily Chao is an editor with extensive experience in various film and video productions. She learned to edit at the age of 14 during summer camp on Final Cut Pro, and has been cutting on AVID, Premiere, and other platforms ever since. more...

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