Workshop: Another editing is possible

With Samuel Santana and Netflix

Onsite
Event
Dates
24 May 2022 9:30 — 18:00
Location
Facultat de Comunicació i Relacions Internacionals - Universitat Ramón Llull
Description

The editor Samuel Santana will give an intensive one-day workshop in which he will share his vision of documentary editing with young talents interested in both editing and documentary.

The workshop, which will take place in the Faculty of Communication and International Relations of the University Ramon Llull-Blanquerna, will combine group sessions with individual analysis of pieces in editing estage presented by the participants.

6 projects and 12 selected young people will take part among the final year projects and master's theses from universities Ramon Llull-Blanquerna, ESCAC and UPF. They will take part in the workshop with the aim of working with their projects in editing stage and exploring the different narrative possibilities once they enter the editing room.

In collaboration with: Faculty of Communication and International Relations Blanquerna Universidad Ramon Llull-Blanquerna

Selected projects

Show
22
Direction
Marina Ortega Casado i Anna Gil Gispert
Production
Production company
Ramón Llull – Blanquerna
Country
Spain
Cómo construir una casa
Direction
Pol Vendrell Palacios
Production
Production company
ESCAC
Country
Spain
Dabruneba
Direction
Julieta Balasch, Paloma Bercovich, Júlia Farràs i Mar Garro
Production
Production company
UPF
Country
Spain
La verdadera lucha es con el duende
Direction
Jordi Latorre
Production
Production company
ESCAC
Country
Spain
Lobos
Direction
Marina García
Production
Production company
ESCAC
Country
Spain
Toubab
Direction
Carles Matamala Bartrés
Production
Production company
Campus DocsBarcelona
Country
Spain
Speakers
Samuel R Santana

Samuel R Santana

Editor

Samuel R Santana is an award-winning editor with over 20 years of experience, working on all genres...

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