Sight, Sound & Story: Live “Making it Work: From Editor to Producer”

When: SEPTEMBER 16, 2020
Time: 5PM EST / 2PM PST
General Admission:  FREE!!

Moderator: Sean Weiner (Jacob Burns Film Center, Director of Programs, Media Arts Lab)
Speakers: Daysha Broadway (Insecure, A Black Lady Sketch Show, Surviving R. Kelly) & Deniese Davis (Insecure, A Black Lady Sketch Show, The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl)

Inside Episode III: The relationships between Editors and Producers are some of the most important in the post-production process in television. In this panel we’ll hear from multiple Emmy-nominated Editor Daysha Broadway and multiple Emmy nominated Producer Deniese Davis. Sean Weiner will moderate the panel and explore how emerging filmmakers can learn from Daysha’s and Deniese’s careers. Sean will discuss with Daysha how her past Documentary and Reality TV editing informs her approach to editing scripted television. He will also talk with Deniese on her work on the web series The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl how that led to her success in Peak TV. They will both discuss their relationship as Editor and Producer on the Emmy-winning Insecure and the Emmy-nominated A Black Lady Sketch Show. Through reflection on their experiencesconnecting with one another in the film industry and analysis of clips from each of their shows, Daysha and Deniese will both reveal how an Editor and Producer combine their particular talents to make it work!

All attendees who register for this event will receive a link and password an hour prior to the event. The event will be hosted on a password protected Vimeo Live webpage This will gain free access for attendees. There will be live raffles throughout the event, but attendees must be present. Following the panel there will be a chance to ask questions in a live Q & A networking event.

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