It’s about that time where we accept applications for our LA Artist in Residence program. It’s a great opportunity to utilize our space, resources and materials to create a film! So don’t procrastinate! Send in your proposals and applications prior to Friday November 13 at 5 PM.
LA AIR invites local artists to utilize EPFC resources in creating and premiering new, experimental, documentary, and personal work over a two-month period. We especially encourage applications from artists interested in engaging with EPFC’s areas of specialty: small gauge film, progressive politics & community activism, alternative and handmade photochemical processes, local histories, multidisciplinary work, and expanded cinema.
Please send all applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to be one of a handful of people on the planet to shoot 3mm film? Dying to make a documentary? Itching to animate? Silly for Super 8 and 16mm? Excited to edit? Easing into Eco-Processing? Curious about Cyanotypes? We’ve got a wonderful workshop for you! Check ’em all out and sign up today!
Want to develop your own film but need a little help? Process Lab is a new resource at EPFC that provides the chemistry, equipment and tutoring for black and white negative and reversal 8mm/Super 8/16mm film processing.
SECOND SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH, 12 – 5 PM | THREE SPOTS PER SESSION | $10 LAB FEE | SIGN UP FOR AUGUST 9 SESSION NOW OPEN.
EPFC is delighted to welcome Margaret Rorison as our 2015 Summer Artist In Residence. Margaret will be with us for the month of August making work, teaching a 16mm workshop for local youth and presenting a night of her films in the EPFC microcinema… Come on by and say hi!
Margaret Rorison is a filmmaker and curator from Baltimore, Maryland. Her work often develops from extensive walks through rural and urban landscapes, combining memories, field recordings and text. She is interested in the potentials of storytelling through the use of 16mm projection and sound and often projects her films along other experimental sound artists. Her work has screened at The Ann Arbor Film Festival, CROSSROADS, Images Festival, Mono No Aware VI & VII, Sonic Circuits Festival and Microscope Gallery. She is the co-founder and director of the experimental film and workshop series, Sight Unseen and has been a member of The High Zero Foundation since 2011. She received her MFA in Photographic and Electronic Media from The Maryland Institute College of Art and holds a BA in Creative Writing and Spanish Languages and Literature from The University of Maryland College Park.