In Conversation with Dev Singh and Sandy Pereira: The Porter
September 26th – 6pm EST
This is an In Person event in Toronto
Join us on September 26th for an in depth conversation with award winning editors Dev Singh and Sandy Pereira, as they discuss their work on the acclaimed CBC / BET+ historic drama series ‘The Porter’. The show won a record 12 Canadian Screen Awards in April this year, including the ‘Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Program or Series’ award for Sandy, while Dev won the 2023 CCE ‘Best Editing in Drama’ award in May.
This event will be moderated by Craig Macintosh.
Members have early access to tickets (free to attend but must RSVP) until September 18th.
Tickets for Non Members will open September 18th (pending availability)
If this event is SOLD OUT and you would like to go on the waitlist, please email email@example.com
Location: Rolling Pictures – 150 John Street, Toronto (Level 2)
What to Watch:
THE PORTER: CBC GEM
The following bios are available only in the presenting language.
I edit movies, tv and streaming.
I have been fortunate to work with many wonderful directors, show runners, actors, cinematographers, composers, designers and producers and it is a joy to count them amongstmy friends and creative collaborators.
Among the notable films and TV I have edited: Resident Evil – Welcome to Raccoon City, Spiral, Accused, People of Earth and The Porter, (which had 19 Canadian Screen Award Nominations in 2023).
Currently editing: WIND RIVER RISING – (the sequel to the Taylor Sheridan film – WIND RIVER) directed by Kari Skogland (FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER, THE HANDMAID’S TALE) and produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Thunder Road Pictures.
Sandy Pereira is an award-winning editor known for her work on critically acclaimed films and television series such as, Mean Dreams (2016 Cannes Film Festival Director’s Fortnight, DGC Craft Award for Best Editing, Feature Film), Giant Little Ones (2017 TIFF, VIFF, Busan FF), Cardinal: Until The Night (CSA Award for Best Editing, Drama and DGC Craft Award for Best Picture Editing Television, Drama), The Porter (2022, CSA Award for Best Editing,Drama), and Slip (2023, SXSW TV Premiere). She is currently working on José Avellino Gilles Corbett Lourenço’s feature directorial debut, Young Werther, starring Douglas Booth and Allison Pill.