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Black Member Forum is BACK!

Join us on for a conversation with cinematographer Michelle Clementine.

Are you interested in pursuing a career within the film industry working in a camera department as 1st AC, 2nd AC, camera operator, and ultimately a Director of Photography? This event is for you! Michelle Clementine is a local 600 Union Camera Operator and former Union 1st Camera Assistant. Gain insights on the fundamental knowledge of what is required to excel as a camera operator and cinematographer. 

She will share about her career in the entertainment industry, as well as how she's forged her own path to become a cinematogher. This will be an interactive virtual session, so come prepared to share your questions and ideas! This event is for Black creatives in any filmmaking field, at any level in their careers. That means you: introverts, extroverts, and everybody in between.


Monday, December 19 | 6:00 - 7:00pm PT



Michelle Clementine is known for her work on IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK (2018) and SEE YOU YESTERDAY (2019).

*Photos courtesy of Samshotit LLC & Brittney Butler.