Meet the filmmakers panel for CBC at WIFF
Celebrate WIFF 2019 with a local Filmmakers Panel Discussion!
Explore the world of independent film and documentary makers by learning about their creative process and understanding how stories unfold on screen.
Celebrate local talent as they share career highlights, challenges (making a film on a budget!) and industry tips and tricks.
Meet the panel
Vincent Georgie: Executive director and chief programmer of the Windsor International Film Festival.
Georgie was born and raised in the GTA but graduated from the University of Windsor's MBA program. He is the director of the UWindsor School of Creative Arts and a professor of marketing at the Odette School of Business.
The Windsor producer worked on 'Absolutely Windsor,' a documentary-style show about the city.
Asil Moussa: Actor, writer, producer and director.
Mousa has a BA in English, creative writing and digital journalism from the University of Windsor and a film certificate from Ryerson University. She has worked on a number of short films and documentaries, as well as feature film 'The Tiger Hunter.'
Kimberly Nelson: Director and professor at the University of Windsor.
Nelson is originally from Vancouver and completed an MFA in film at York University. She's been in Windsor since 2005 and her work focuses on identity struggles and cultural interests.
Matthew Sabelli: Writer, director of Mark Boscariol 48-hour Flick Fest 2019.
Sabelli has an MBA from the University of Windsor and has worked on 'The Dry Cleaner' and 'The Control.' His film 'Essence of Death' will be shown at WIFF this year.