Continuity (for film production)


Upcoming Sessions:
Wednesday June 18th at 6:00 p.m
3 hours 
$30 for members (plus HST)/ $60 general (plus HST)
"Continuity is a flow in the succession of images that allows the viewer to suspend disbelief. Lack of Continuity distracts and annoys.”
This beginner workshop will give you an overview of the importance of keeping Continuityin film/video production through discussion of the various types of continuity to look out for and examples of continuity errors (and sometimes, possible workarounds), and short dramatic exercise to experience how it works during production as well as pre- and post-production.
...because if you don’t pay attention to Continuity, your work may end up, at worst, unusable, and at least, unbelievable.
About the Instructor
Joan Hug-Valeriote was a freelance Continuity Supervisor and member of I.A.T.S.E. Local 873 from 1974 to 1991. She has also produced and directed several independent documentaries, from Swiss Carnival in Toronto (1982- broadcast on TVO and CBC) to Horse-logging in Southern Ontario, 2013.
She is currently a member of Ed Video Media Arts in Guelph, Ontario and has taught Continuity workshops for the CBC, I.A.T.S.E. and the Ottawa Independent Film-makers Co-op.