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Fellowship of the Blog: Ottawa Indie Film, Episode Four

By Jith Paul on May 21, 2015

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Today we bring you the fourth episode in Jith Paul’s series, Ottawa Indie Film. This installment features Howard Adler, a filmmaker and curator and founder of Ottawa’s Asinabka Film Festival.  Howard tells us about his first experience with video editing in high school, how he worked with a group of friends to start a new film festival and what makes Ottawa an amazing place for a media artist.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcQjqKf1AU8&[/youtube]

Previous episodes of Ottawa Indie Film include:

Episode One:  Cory and Gary Thibert of Wolf Pelt Productions talk about their love of film

Episode Two: Shannon Lough, Emanuela Campanella, Sarah Turnbull and Fangliang Xu, four students from the School of Journalism and Communication at Carleton University who filmed a doc about the innovative War Horse project.

Episode Three: Filmmaker Rhiana Chinapen completes her first film, an exploration of Capoeira (an Afro-Brazilian martial art which she practices) with the assistance of SAW Video Media Arts Centre’s Jumpstart Program.

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