Location: Online Date: Sunday, October 25, 2020 Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pmPrice: $10.00 - Buy Now
Join renowned food photographer and TV host Dennis Prescott for a conversation about visual mediums and the story of his rise to become a Netflix host (Food on the Edge) and what it takes to make both visually and intellectually engaging food television. Hosted by film and television veteran Jan Miller.
Ticket Prices: $10 online
Sponsored by: RBC Foundation & Telefilm Canada
International chef Dennis Prescott is a best-selling cookbook author of Eat Delicious and co-host of the Netflix original series Restaurants on the Edge in which he travels to flailing restaurants and transforms their menus to place them on the road to success. Once a struggling musician in Nashville trying to make ends meet, Prescott unexpectedly stumbled upon a different kind of art—the art of food after checking out a Jamie Oliver cookbook from the library because he couldn’t afford to purchase a copy. With a cooking style that combines international comfort food with influences from his Eastern Canadian surroundings, Chef Dennis is known by his 500,000+ followers for recipes that are attainable, relatable, delicious, and beautiful. @dennistheprescott
Jan Miller is an international consultant and trainer specializing in film and television co-production and co-venturing. She continues to present one of the world’s top pitching and content development workshops. Her unique brand of training has been presented across Canada, Berlin, Cuba, Poland’s ScriptEast, Cannes, China, Iran, and most recently Australia’s Atta Girl international program. In great demand, Jan’s workshops have also crossed sectors into the music industry, and into the animation industry. Committed to supporting women working in the industry, Jan established Women in Film and Television-Atlantic, the annual Women Making Waves Conference and the WAVE Awards. Jan presently serves on the WIFT Canada Coalition and the Women in View Board, and serves as an advisor to WIFT-AT. @janmiller_pitch