Thu, May 21 | Raindance Zoom Lockdown Session

The Role of The Intimacy Coordinator - Raindance Online Session

For Raindance Lockdown Sessions. Booking open to all via Raindance London.
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Time & Location

May 21, 2020, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM GMT+1
Raindance Zoom Lockdown Session

About the Event

 Originating in the USA, the Intimacy Coordinator (IC) is a relatively new role on set in the UK.Do you have an intimate scene coming up in your script or are you interested in writing more intimacy and want to know a bit more about this role?Come get a first glance and unveil some of this role’s mysteries: what is this role actually for? When to consider involving an IC in your production? And how do they work with the various departments, actors and directors?

What you’ll learn
  • Intro to the development of the role.
  • What for & when to hire an IC.
  • Intro to how they support the director and actors.
  • Intro to how they collaborate with various departments.
  • Where to find more information on the role, its standards and protocols.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:

Yarit Dor is an IDC Certified Intimacy Coordinator and co-director of Moving Body Arts Ltd. Her credits include: Adult Material (Channel 4), Domina (Sky TV), White Lines (Netflix), Spanish Princess Season 2 (Starz) and is currently filming shows for Amazon/Sony, Starz and BBC Studios. Yarit is the Education Manager for IDI-UK’s intimacy coordinators certification training and has contributed to Director’s UK guidance “Directing Nudity & Simulated Sex”.

In the live performance sector she is credited as the first Intimacy Director on London’s West End (for ‘Death of A Salesman’ starring Wendell Pierce). She still works as a Movement, Intimacy and Fight Director and is an Ensemble Associate Artist of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, credits include: West End, Shakespeare’s Globe, Royal Exchange Manchester, Young Vic, Bush Theatre, Almeida.

(www.yarit-dor.com / www.movingbodyarts.com)

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