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SHORT FILM FORUM: HOW TO TELL A STORY THROUGH FILM EDITING with Mary Stephen
Sat 3 Jul 2021, 6pm – 7.30pm (SGT) via Zoom
Held in conjunction with the Objectifs Short Film Incubator 2021

How do you tell a good story through editing? Join renowned editor Mary Stephen as she discusses the elements that make a good short film edit. She will also share more about her editing workflow, her working relationship with directors, different editing techniques for different film genres, and some common mistakes made in the process of editing short films.

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About Mary Stephen
Mary Stephen has been working in narrative film and documentary for several decades as an editor, producer, adviser and even composer. She has worked with independent directors worldwide and has edited numerous award-winning documentaries. She was nominated for several prestigious awards, including the Golden Horse Award, Hong Kong Film Awards, Independent Eye Award, and Turkish Film Awards. She is also a tutor/mentor in various production initiatives such as Cinema College of the Venice Biennale, A.N.D. (Asian Network of Documentary) in Busan, Yamagata Documentary Dojo, CNEX Documentary Workshop, and was member of jury at various international film festivals including Locarno, Singapore, Kerala. She is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. In 2018 she was bestowed the title of Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters (Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres) by the French Ministry of Culture.

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About the Objectifs Short Film Incubator
The Objectifs Short Film Incubator is an initiative started by Objectifs in 2020, that focuses on developing short film scripts. The programme is open to Southeast Asian filmmakers working with moving image and will provide five selected participants with mentorship and a valuable support network as they work on their scripts.

Jul 3, 2021 06:00 PM in Singapore

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