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Parham Mortazavi

Place of Residence: 
Moncton
Bio: 

My creative journey began as a kid when I moved to a new city in southern Ontario and after having met what would become my first friend in school, who was a fantastic drummer. I always loved music but meeting him was enough to easily convince and guide me to learning bass guitar. Since then the transformation and development of my musical phases has been an exhilarating journey.

Zerach Liam Kearney

Film Role(s): 
Place of Residence: 
459 Charlotte Street
Bio: 

Zerach Kearney is an independent filmmaker, director, writer, producer, actor and editor. He began his studies at UNBSJ in 2018 and moved up to Fredericton in 2020. Since then, he has mostly involved himself in theatre productions and extra work. For the future, Zerach wants to create more films with impactful stories and strictly compelling narratives.

Mindfulness Techniques That Get You Into The Creative Flow

In this workshop, we are exploring mindfulness techniques that get you into flow and will be highlighting how to use compassion to be more creative.

Designed to get you out of your head and into your art, we will be exploring various enjoyable exercises that boost productivity as well as a new perspective that transforms your relationship with negative self talk and self sabotage, allowing you to create and express yourself freely.

Opposite of stuck is movement.
These techniques help you do just that…

Date: 
Thursday, June 10, 2021 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Location: 
NB Film Co-op
Online Workshop
Fredericton , NB
Canada
New Brunswick

Jesse Anthony

Place of Residence: 
Fredericton, NB
Bio: 

Jesse has worked as a cinematographer more than 10 years. He studied at the Maine Media Workshops in Rockport Maine, where he was trained by Academy award-winning cinematographer Walter Lasally. Since then he has been working on a variety of Films and Commercials of all scopes. Jesse won awards for editing(2014) and cinematography(2019) at the Silver Wave Film Festival.

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