EPFC Youth Film alum Clara Polito talks about her passion for vegan baking and some of her favorite LA places.
And check out Hollywood Boulevard, a Super 8 film Clara made as part of Wish You Were Here, the Summer 2012 EPFC Youth Filmmaking Workshop.
Hi, I’m Eric Ostrowski and this month I will be curating Marvelous Movie Mondays. Digital video has enabled producers enormous creative freedoms, shaving off editing time and making visual effects easier.
It has also opened a pandora’s box to explore the creative possibilities when things go wrong with the medium. Some have sought to control these errors or ‘glitches,’ while others have celebrated them.
Further still as we will see later in the month is the possibility that our current resolution of video is just not enough to capture everything – or something kind of like that.
This month in Marvelous Movie Mondays we will explore Glitch.
Here’s a littls something to gnaw on for week one:
The mandatory orientation session for all interested student and their parent guardian takes place at EPFC on Tuesday, February 28th at 7 pm. See you there!
This Spring, the EPFC Youth Class explores LA Noir, the classic film genre with roots in a vanished Los Angeles. We’ll be looking at clips from classic films, checking out downtown’s changing urban landscape and making our very own 21st century nor using Bolex 16mm cameras.
This class is open to youth 12 – 19 years old; all equipment, materials and instruction provided FREE by EPFC!
9 consecutive Saturdays beginning March 4th, 10 am – noon.