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Sat, Mar 27


Online Workshop

Navigating Intimacy: An Introduction to Intimacy Coordination on Film Sets

On Saturday, March 27th from 2-4 PM, join Natasha Martina as they lead a new virtual workshop on intimacy coordination on film sets. Free for Saskatchewan Filmpool members. $20 for non-members.

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Navigating Intimacy: An Introduction to Intimacy Coordination on Film Sets

Time & Location

Mar 27, 2021, 2:00 p.m.

Online Workshop


About the Event

The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative presents... Navigating Intimacy: An Introduction to Intimacy Coordination on Film Sets — a workshop by Natasha Martina

Date & Time: March 27th, 2021 | 2:00 PM


The crafting of intimacy in film and television can be a delicate thing to navigate when ensuring the safety and wellbeing of the actors and the production team, while also effectively serving the narrative.  Please join Natasha Martina, certified Intimacy Coordinator, for an introductory workshop about the role of an Intimacy Coordinator and how you can begin to establish transparent communication and institute safety protocols when navigating intimate scenes for both union and non-union productions.

Natasha Martina (she/her) is a Saskatoon based Intimacy Coordinator with over 20 years of expertise as an actor, movement coach, and university professor who specializes in teaching movement for performers. She completed her master’s degree from Central School of Speech and Drama (London, UK) specializing in Movement Pedagogy and Movement Direction and is certified as a Laban Movement Analyst, yoga teacher, GYROKINESIS® apprentice, and intimacy coordinator. She has worked as an actor (both on stage and screen), movement directed and coached numerous theatrical productions nationally and internationally and served as a theatrical intimacy choreographer for numerous productions.

We would like to acknowledge that the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative resides on Treaty 4 Territory, the original lands of the nêhiyawak, Anihšināpēk, Dakota, Lakota, and Nakoda, and the homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation.

The Saskatchewan Filmpool is proud to be supported by Canada Council for the Arts, SK Arts, SaskCulture, and Saskatchewan Lotteries.

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