CCE Celebrates Pride Month
Behind the Screen: Queering the Script
A deep dive into the editing process of the feature documentary Queering the Script, which earned editor Shelley Therrien the DGC Award for Best Picture Editing in Documentary. For this film on queer representation and fandom in TV, we’ll talk about the A to Z of the editorial process, how the film found its structure, and what queer representation means to the fans and creators alike.
This talk will be moderated by Tricia Hagoriles.
A link to watch the film will be sent out a couple days before the event - stay tuned.
Watch the trailer here
Shelley Therrien is a film and television editor based in Toronto, Canada. Since graduating from Sheridan College's Advanced Television & Film program in 2011 she has edited films and series in a variety of genres from comedy and drama to experimental art films and documentaries. She has assisted on Showtime's "Penny Dreadful", AMC's "Into the Badlands", and Netflix's "Altered Carbon". She received the Canadian Cinema Editors' Student Merit award in 2012 for the short film "Lens". In 2019 she won the Director's Guild of Canada award for Documentary Editing for the feature documentary "Queering the Script". Shelley loves to collaborate with other passionate filmmakers to create meaningful stories to entertain, educate, and inspire audiences.
Tricia Hagoriles is an award-winning, Toronto-based filmmaker. Her first short film, Beat, garnered her the RBC Emerging Canadian Artist Award at the 2015 Inside Out Toronto LGBTQ Film Festival and her second short, The Morning After has played in festivals internationally and is currently streaming on Tello Films. Most recently, Tricia was a resident of the 2019 Director’s Lab at the Canadian Film Centre and has received the inaugural Inside Out + OUTtv Outspoken Documentary Fund for her upcoming work: The Archivist.