Momentum Masterclasses: See The Light - Cinematography Workshop

Lynn Trinh
January 11, 2021
Our Kootenay Screen-Based Industry Regional Program Manager, developing a thriving industry of filmmakers and locally-produced content.

The Kootenay Screen-Based Industry (KSBI) Momentum Masterclass: ‘See The Light - Cinematography Workshop’ with Alwyn Kumst csc, sasc

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*All masterclass workshops will be online delivery through Zoom*

Mentor Bio

Alwyn Kumst is a Vancouver based Director of Photography. Currently he is on the Warner Bros. produced TV series The Flash, season 7. Some of his recent works include The Strain, a FX TV series by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, produced by Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse. Past works also include season 5 of the NBC Universal series Suits. He also did additional photography on the JJ Abrams and Stephen King mini series 11.22.63 with star and director James Franco. In 2014 he worked on Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal and again for NBC Universal on Covert Affairs for Doug Liman and David Bartis. Other hi lights include The Dresden Files for Nicolas Cage’s Saturn Productions and LionsGate Entertainment and also shooting for John Landis on the NBC horror series, Fear Itself. Kung Fu the Legend Continues season 5 with David Carradine was another Warner Bros. production. Before immigrating to Canada in 1994 Alwyn worked on many war documentaries in Angola, Uganda, El Salvador and Nicaragua. Documentaries from the Amazon to Antactica. Dramatic series in South Africa, New Zealand, USA and Spain. He has worked with local crews and talent on all his travels to 34 countries. Alwyn has also served for 6 years as the Member at Large for IATSE 667’s Cinematographers Guild. He is also sat as the Co-Education chair for the Canadian Society of Cinematographers and has been the Awards Chair for the Society for the 6 years. Alwyn Kumst csc,sasc is a career cinematographer with hundreds of hours of screen time

Many thanks to our funders, Columbia Basin Trust and Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance, for making this all possible.

If you have further questions, please contact Kootenay Screen-Based Industry Regional Program Manager, Lynn Trinh.

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