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Breakfast with WIFT - AT in St. John's

October 4, 2018

JOIN US for breakfast at Rocket Bakery in St. John's, Newfoundland with WIFT-AT Founder, Jan Miller and Programming Co-Chair, Pamela Segger. Open to WIFT-AT members attending the St. John's International Women's Film Festival,  and one guest interested in learning more about the organization and all it has to offer its members. 

 

Breakfast is complimentary.  Please register HERE.

 

Details: Friday, Oct.19 The Orbit Room at Rocket Bakery, 272 Water Street St. John's, Newfoundland

 

Breakfast and networking begins at 8 a.m. and runs until approximately 9:30. 

 

 

 

 

Women in Film and Television Atlantic Hosts

 

 Jan Miller,

International Consultant

 

Jan draws from 25 years in the global marketplace as an international screen consultant, mission lead to Hong Kong, Rio de Janeiro and Berlin, connector and trainer. 

 

Jan is Director of Trans Atlantic Partners, a two-module coproduction training programme presented in Berlin and Halifax every year. Jan is also internationally renowned for her Pitching and Content Development workshops which she presents globally.

 

She heads to Ventana Sur in Argentina this December. Architect of the international co-pro market, Strategic Partners for 15 years, the National Screen Institute and Women in Film and Television- Atlantic, Jan also serves on the national boards of Women View and the AFC, (the Actors Fund of Canada.)

 

She presented two 5 Women in Focus editions for Women in View as well as organized the WIFT-AT Shadow Project for emerging female directing talent. Supporting talent is in Jan’s DNA, working with key industry players globally to connect projects and talent.

 

 

 

 

 

Pamela Segger,

Executive Director, Lunenberg Doc Fest              

 

Pamela Segger focused on performance art at the Victoria School of the Arts and Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta then enjoyed a career in Finance before returning to her creative roots to complete the UCLA Feature Film Writing program in 2009. 

 

Pamela came home to Nova Scotia to write plays and screenplays as well as instruct theatre, improv, and dance.

 

In 2012, Pamela co-founded It’s Alive Theatre Company in Lunenburg, which produces locally written and independently produced plays. 

 

Pamela also co-founded Lunenburg Doc Fest, where she serves as Executive Director. Lunenburg Doc Fest showcases documentary films from around the globe that entertain, educate, and inspire, creating a cultural experience and place of connection between filmmakers and film enthusiasts in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Pamela is a member of WIFT-AT, AFCOOP, PARC, Screen Nova Scotia, DOC Canada - Atlantic and Centre for Art Tapes.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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