Elizabeth's Itinerary 2020-2021
Elizabeth will be guest lecturing along with Producer Mridu Chandra at the filmuniversity Babelsberg.
Elizabeth will be attending the FOCAL International annual awards ceremony.
Elizabeth will be returning to guest lecture at The Film Akademie Baden-Wuerttemberg, one of the most renowned documentary film schools in the world.
Elizabeth is looking forward to attending the Canadian Screen Awards. She is honored to be nominated for two films for the Barbara Sears Best Visual Research Award:
Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind https://www.academy.ca/2021/cindy-wolfe
Cheating Hitler https://www.academy.ca/2021/elizabeth-klinck-3/
Elizabeth will be a guest lecturer at Documentary Campus’s Masterschool again this year in conjunction with the Dok.Fest Munich film festival.
Elizabeth was delighted to hear that a series she worked on for BBC Studios/Netflix The Surgeon’s Cut won the Science and Natural History award at the Royal Television Society UK.
March 16-20, 2021
Elizabeth will be participating at M:Brane in Malmo, Sweden. M:brane is a unique meeting place with focus solely on projects aimed at a young audience in the areas of cinema, tv, documentaries, interactive, VR, immersive storytelling. This year’s focus is on Canadian production. More info here:
March 2 2021
Elizabeth is delighted to be participating in this year's EFM as part of the virtual Berlin Film Festival. Back for the second year in a row, I will be part of ARCHIVE DAY. Archive Day is framed by online talks presenting international experts from the areas of production, archives and archival research to discuss topics such as international collaborations in and around archival research & rights management.
January 28, 2021
Elizabeth was asked to be part of the first FOCAL Webinar Workshop. Monthly workshops will be offered during the winter and spring from FOCAL in the UK.
December 9, 2020
Elizabeth has been asked to moderate a session on archive filmmaking entitled “There's Gold in Those Archives” featuring US filmmaker Dawn Porter and Archive Producer Rich Remsberg and German producer Gunnar Dedio and filmmaker Annette Bausmeister for the World Congress of Science and Factual Producers (WCSFP) virtual marketplace.
In November, Elizabeth has been asked to produce a virtual Industry session on archive filmmaking for Amsterdam’s IDFA. More information and date to follow.
October 30, 2020
Elizabeth will once again be moderating the Dok Leipzig Short ‘n Sweet Short Film Pitch focusing on the financing and distribution of short documentary, animated documentary and animated films. Accredited film professionals are invited to pitch their short film project in front of an international panel of buyers and distributors and an engaged audience of producers and peers. More info here:
October 20, 2020
Elizabeth was invited by the Mediterranean Film Institute to participate in a virtual workshop entitled “Achieving the Authentic – The Use of Archives in Every Genre” on how to negotiate and obtain copyright permissions in order to ensure the authenticity and truthfulness of your production.
Elizabeth was a guest lecturer for York University’s Film Department, Sheridan University’s Broadcast Journalism and Bachelor of Film and Television departments, and Fanshawe College’s TV and Film Production program.
Elizabeth was invited by Nordisk Panorama to present and be part of their Documentary Expert Day on September 23rd. The day consisted of presentations and individual consultations with renowned international documentary experts. More info here:
September 9, 2020
On September 9th Elizabeth will be moderating a panel discussion for FOOTAGE FEST entitled 'Accessing News Footage in a post-covid world.' As we approach the latter half of 2020 and perhaps the largest news cycle of our generation, the importance of TV news and global news-gathering has never been more valuable. Join us for a panel discussion on how and where to accessing news footage in a rapidly changing environment. Details here:
In July, Elizabeth produced and moderated a session on archive filmmaking for the Gimli Film Festival. Entitled Remains Of the Day: Archival and Found Footage it featured the work of international archive filmmakers Danny Clinch, Taryn Gould, Mira Burt-Wintonick, Ariel Nasr, and Chris Auchter. More info here: