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Dear Diary: The EPFC Winter 2018 Youth Filmmaking Workshop

Four Consecutive Saturday Mornings beginning February 3: 10 AM – 1 PM

This four-week intensive class will immerse students in the history and practice of personal / diaryfilmmaking. Through screenings and discussions students will explore the diverse forms personal filmmaking has taken, from amateur home moviemakers to the avant-garde. Students will keep their own film diary, using Super 8 mm film. All students will complete their projects entirely through analog means, and will learn every step from loading the camera, through editing using a splicer, and how to operate a projector. There will be one mandatory week-day field trip, date and time pending. Instructors: Dicky Bahto and Penelope Uribe-Abee.

FREE for youth ages 15 – 19. All instruction, materials and equipment provided free of charge by EPFC. Participants must be able to attend all five sessions.

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