Monday, September 10, 2012
Anlina Rana is an emerging Canadian filmmaker/producer and the winner of the 2012 WIFT-T Deluxe Producer Internship.
While pursuing a Bachelor of Arts Honors Degree in Cinema Studies at the University of Toronto, Anlina interned at Rogers Television where she worked on live-to-air shows and helped produce two segments for the award winning series, Structures. After graduating, Anlina interned for SEE10, a television production company in Florence, Italy. While in Florence, Anlina also aided in coverage of the Florence Biennale, the International Festival of Contemporary Art.
While obtaining the Continued Education Certificate in Film Production at Ryerson University, Anlina’s one-minute short, Restaurant Waltz, was nominated twice for best achievement in editing and best achievement in Motion Picture Production 1 at the Peter Gerresten Awards. Her short, Last Call, was also nominated twice and was awarded the Peter Gerresten film award for best achievement in Motion Picture Production 1.
Anlina is currently working on multiple shorts, music video treatments and documentaries at various stages of production. She is in the postproduction stages for The Bicycle Opera Project, shot on tour in early July, and for Monastery Waltz, shot in a mediaeval monastery in Abruzzo, Italy. Anlina is also in the development phase of a short that she co-wrote called Apri Occhi and hopes to have it in production next year.
About the Deluxe Producer Internship
Now in its sixth year, the annual Deluxe Producer Internship provides an emerging Canadian female producer with invaluable hands-on postproduction training. Anlina will join Deluxe Postproduction at their world-class facility in downtown Toronto for a three-week internship commencing in November. She will shadow some of the company’s top Toronto-based executives and technical experts, learning about production equipment planning and requirements and postproduction video, film and sound.