Every media artist should know how to handle their affairs. This workshop will give an overview of the importance of business affairs including basic contracts and agreements that every artist needs, how to protect your work legally and tips and tools around working with legal counsel.
X-WAVE @ TSV workshop series continues at Trinity Square Video this Fall. X-WAVE is a BIPOC-centred Workshop series. A safe space to learn and build your career. A place for BIPOC talent to engage with others and share knowledge.
COST: $50 Member / $75 Non-Member
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Trinity Square Video’s workshops may be subject to changes in the schedule, instructor, or content. If so, Trinity will refund full workshop payment to participants who are unable to make the rescheduled dates or should the program be cancelled. Workshop registrants will be notified in advance of any changes or cancellations.
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Abubakar Khan is a producer that focuses on production management and business affairs. He recently completed production management on a feature, “Mustache”
(Directed by Imran J. Khan/Produced by Christopher Storer), and was the head of Business Affairs for the feature “Queen of Bones.” (Directed by Robert Budreau/Produced by Appian Way). He relies heavily on his Muslim faith and Punjabi background to inform his work and has produced twelve short films and ten commercials. In addition, he is the former vice-chair of the Canadian Media Producers
Association and is a recent graduate of the Canadian Film Centre Norman Jewison Producers’ Lab. He holds a Bachelors of Commerce degree in Business Management
from Royal Roads University.