Katherine Gobert

Katherine Gobert

Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Content Creator, Crew, Digital Imaging Technician, Director, Director of Photography, Filmmaker, First Assistant Camera, Gaffer/lighting Technician, Graphic Designer, Key Grip, Producer, Script Supervisor, Second Assistant Camera and Videographer

Edmonton, Canada

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October 2015
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About Katherine

Hi I'm a cinematographer I film events, weddings, music videos commercials and short films!! I love being involved with creative film projects as much as possible and I have experience in almost every role on a crew!

Credits

  • Hold Me

    Hold Me (2015)
    Film by Teace Snyder (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department, Miscellaneous Crew Hold Me is the story of Hannah, a woman whose job it is to hold and console people who are being voluntarily euthanized.

  • Waiting for Waldemar

    Waiting for Waldemar (2015)
    Film by Eric B. Spoeth (Documentary and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Rebecca

    Rebecca (2015)
    Film (short) by Anthony Goertz (Drama) Cinematographer In a depopulated future, one survivor must decide if she can respect the death wish of a suffering friend, the only other soul she knows.

  • Rock Paper Dice Enter

    Rock Paper Dice Enter (2014)
    Film by Shreela Chakrabartty (Thriller) Actress The film is a suspense thriller that makes every human being accountable for his or her actions. Using principles of power, chance, information, leverage and randomness, a series of events follow an intercepted diamond heist masterminded by an ordinary man named Roman, who hacks into security protocols of the city of Strathaven, the North American hub for security and prosperity. Written by Anonymous

  • Teenage Dance

    Teenage Dance (2013)
    Film (short) by Adam Bentley (Biography, Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department A boy sees a poster for his school's dance. A girl examines their face in front of a mirror. The boy uncomfortably examines his body. The boy and girl ask what they like about each other. The girl talks about emotions. The boy talks about physical traits. As they get closer and closer to being ready for the dance, their answers to each others' questions seem less certain. This short film follows the boy and the girl as they decide whether they should attend the dance as they appear to each other or in their own dreams. Written by Anonymous

  • Family

    Family (2013)
    Film (short) by Jason Jeffery (Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department

  • A Seduction Spell

    A Seduction Spell (2013)
    Film (short) by Daniel Foreman (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew A Seduction Spell features three young people (Bonnie, Ernie and Marnie) who, like many others today, are addicted to their smartphones, even to the extent where they have lost the ability to communicate with each other in any meaningful way. The two main characters are Bonnie, an egocentric young woman accustomed to manipulating the people around her to get what she wants; and Rob, who is somewhat of a social misfit and prefers older technology. Rob is completely infatuated with Bonnie and is thrilled when she pays attention to him, only to become totally crushed when the realization hits that she truly is using him. Written by Sharlene Millang

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