Arielle Kilker announced for Big Screen Symposium 2020
Posted Wednesday 04 Mar 2020
LA-based filmmaker Arielle Kilker, who recently developed, produced, co-directed and edited the awe-inspiring Netflix mega-hit Cheer will deliver a masterclass on the documentary series format. Cheer, a six-part documentary series, unveils the demanding world of competitive cheerleading as it follows the Navarro team's journey to defend their national title. In 2019 Kilker (pictured, left) was a supervising editor on college football series Last Chance U, and an editor on Chef's Table, both Emmy-nominated Netflix docu-series.
#BigScreen2020 will take place over two days on April 3 & 4 at the ASB Waterfront Theatre, Auckland. It's a must attend event for filmmakers - have you got your tickets yet?
Immerse yourself in indigenous storytelling at the M?oriland Film Festival 2020! Virtual Reality is a simulated experience that invites the viewer to be immersed within a story and the MFF2020 has a great programme on offer. No bookings or tickets, it's on a first-come, first-access basis. Check out Whakakitenga, a seven-minute VR film directed by Wiremu Grace, Miriam Ross and Paul Wolffram, which will be Aotearoa's first immersive M?ori Virtual Reality Experience, and is premiering at MFF2020.
When: Thursday 18 March - Sunday 22 March, 10 am - 4 pm Where: M?oriland Hub, 68 Main St, ?taki