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Film Friends: Series Continues October 14 with Margaret Rorison!

WEDNESDAY, October 14 @ 10 AM Los Angeles, 1 PM Baltimore

FREE ONLINE EVENT!

Film Friends is a monthly series that brings established and emerging filmmakers together online for informal discussions on everything analog cinema. Series 1 features eco image-makers from around the world! Zoom in on October 14 — 10 AM LA time, 1 PM Baltimore time — as we kick the series off in conversation with filmmaker, curator and cyanotype artist Margaret Rorison. Free event! All welcome!

Margaret Rorison is filmmaker and curator from Baltimore, MD. Her work focuses on alternative photographic processes, experimentation, and DIY methods of analog filmmaking. She is interested in the potentials of storytelling through the use of 16mm projection and sound, often collaborating with sound artists, exploring ways in which the image and machine can converse.   Her work has been exhibited at Edinburgh International Film Festival, Images Festival, Miami PULSE Art Fair, The Walker Art Center, and The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. She is the co-founder and curator of the experimental film series, Sight Unseen, which has been running since June of 2012. She works as an audiovisual specialist at The National Gallery of Art and teaches filmmaking and photography at The Baltimore School for the Arts, The Maryland Institute College of Art and Anne Arundel Community College.

http://margaretrorison.com/

http://sightunseenbaltimore.com/

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