SDI Zoom Coffee Morning - Editing with Anthea Harvey - Scottish Documentary Institute

SDI Zoom Coffee Morning – Editing with Anthea Harvey

Join Anthea Harvey as she discusses her experience of being a freelance editor in Scotland and how to work from home.

About this Event

Anthea is an experienced freelance documentary and drama film/TV editor specialising in narrative, characters and long form.

Some of Anthea’s many credits and award nominations include:

  • Grierson nominee – ‘The Parkinson’s Trial’ (BBC 2019)
  • BAFTA nominee – ‘Plastic Man’ (SDI 2017)
  • ‘Alan Cumming’s Edge of Scotland’ (STV 2017)
  • ‘Borderline’ – short doc (SMHAFF 2016, Official selection: Palm Springs and Glasgow Short Film Festivals.
  • BAFTA nominee – ‘My New Hair’ (STV/SDI)

Event format
Anthea will present a short overview of her career in Scotland and internationally, focusing on how many of her projects are carried out from home.

This will be followed by a Q&A with a chance for questions from attendees.

Following the public event, attendees have the option to enter into Breakout Rooms for informal networking, with a maximum of six people per room.

We plan to dedicate one Breakout Room for a discussion with Anthea restricted to six attendees on a first come, first served basis. If you’d like to ask questions in this more informal setting, please email with brief details of what you’d like to discuss and we’ll organise this during the event.

  • 10am – welcome and housekeeping
  • 10.05 – 10.30 – Presentation from Anthea Harvey
  • 10.30 – 10.50 – Q&A
  • 10.50 – 11.30 – breakout rooms

PLEASE NOTE: The main presentation and Q&A will be recorded for distribution on Facebook/YouTube and as a podcast. Please feel free to remove your photo/video from the event and save any questions for the breakout rooms, which will not be recorded.

Once you’ve registered your interest here we’ll send you an invitation with a link to the Zoom meeting.

You might want to download Zoom for free to your smartphone, tablet or computer in advance of the meeting.

(Photo by ian dooley on Unsplash)