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EPFC Store Reopens Saturday, July 11!

EPFC | July 1st, 2020

The EPFC retail shop reopens July 11 with equipment rentals/telecine services resuming 12 – 5 pm Saturday and Sunday BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Drop us a line at info@echoparkfilmcenter.org to set a time and we can meet you curbside. Payment accepted by PayPal or Venmo. We’re excited to see you again!

Confronting Anti-Blackness

EPFC | June 30th, 2020

Join EPFC Co-op Member Eliza Jimenez for a panel discussion Tuesday June 30 at 4:30 pm on the topic of addressing social constructs around racism within our home and community. More info: youngwarriors@tiachucha.org

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This Week at EPFC North

EPFC | June 30th, 2020

We’re excited to announce that EPFC North just got the go-ahead from Vancouver Park Board to re-open Moberly Fieldhouse for small group outdoor workshops and screenings! Stay tuned for details on upcoming free, all-ages summer programming!

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This Week at EPFC North: Change The World! Make Art!

EPFC | June 8th, 2020

Join us Tuesday, June 9 via Zoom as we connect with Art Club Frome in Frome, UK to share art and ideas for a better world!

11 AM – 1 PM Pacific Daylight Time.  Find all the info for Art Club at Home, June 9 edition, here! 

Marvelous Movie Mondays: In Solidarity

EPFC | June 8th, 2020

//MARVELOUS MOVIE MONDAYS//

Given the moral crisis we are facing and the urgency to fight white supremacy and support Black liberation, Marvelous Movie Mondays is shifting its focus for a bit. We support the efforts of our June guest curator, Nicole Elaine Baker, to use this platform to share relevant anti-racist resources and films and amplify Black voices.

Love and solidarity to all who are fighting against police violence, anti-Blackness, and white supremacy.

Kate Lain (for Marvelous Movie Mondays) + Echo Park Film Center
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Statement from MMM curator Nicole Elaine Baker:
In light of recent events in the US and worldwide, the EPFC and I agreed that the space usually dedicated to Marvelous Movie Mondays would be better utilized to help educate on anti-racism, and amplify Black voices with films by Black filmmakers that focus on Black lives and experience.
I appreciate the opportunity offered by the EPFC to curate MMM and look forward to doing so at a future time.

In solidarity,
Nicole Elaine Baker