NABET Info Session #5: Hair

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NABET Info Session #5: Hair

Reelworld is partnering with NABET 700-M UNIFOR to provide an in-depth understanding of how to join various departments.

By Reelworld Screen Institute

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Date and time

Starts on Tue, Apr 18, 2023 10:00 AM PDT



About this event

  • 1 hour
  • Mobile eTicket

NABET Info Session #5: HAIR

Reelworld is partnering with NABET 700-M UNIFOR to provide an in-depth understanding of how to join various below-the-line departments within the screen industry. In continuation of the series of webinars, join Adriano Morassut, VP of Hair with credits including Ruby and The Well, and explore the world of Hair. This discussion will cover different roles and responsibilities that exist within the Hair Department and what a typical day on set might look like. The session will also cover the pathway to working on sets in film and television, how to get unionized, as well as information about NABET apprenticeships. The talk will be followed by a Q&A.

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Topics Covered (Hair):

  1. What is the Hair
  2. What is included in the role of a Hair Stylist on set
  3. What is the structure of the department
  4. Day to Day responsibilities
  5. Challenges as a newcomer
  6. Joining NABET
  7. The NABET Apprenticeship program

Session Structure:

The workshop will take place over zoom. The workshop lead can choose what format they would like to conduct the workshop in - this can either be a lecture type workshop with an open floor Q/A or a more class based workshop with visual aids and more.

About the organizer

Reelworld was founded in 2000 by award winning actress and producer Tonya Williams to advance opportunities for Canadians who are Black, Indigenous, Asian, South Asian, and People of Colour in the screen industries by providing professional development and advocating for racial equity in Canadian content and production. Reelworld Screen Institute, a non-profit, provides training programs and presents the acclaimed Reelworld Film Festival, which celebrates stories by racialized Canadians. Providing access to opportunities is core to Reelworld, and Access Reelworld is Canada’s leading hiring platform for racialized crews and talent. Reelworld Foundation, a registered charity, is transforming the industry by creating mechanisms that hold systems accountable for greater equity.