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Using the classic home-movie camera, participants will explore the history, application and tender sophistication of small format filmmaking. After capturing some Super 8 images on a stroll around Pacific Palisades Park, we’ll return to the Camera Obscura Arts Lab to process our film using a developer we’ll make from organic ingredients such as instant coffee, local flowers and seaweed! Stick around after for a brief screening of two Echo Park Film Center “City Symphonies.” Workshop Facilitators: Andrew Kim, Nicole Ucedo and Penelope Uribe-Abee.
Established in 2001, Echo Park Film Center is a non-profit media arts organization that inspires, educates, activates and empowers using community cinema as a catalyst. Committed to providing underserved communities with equal and affordable access to film/video resources, EPFC operates a neighborhood microcinema space, offers free and nominal-cost education programs, provides access to a comprehensive film/video equipment and resource department, hosts artist residencies and tours locally and internationally with their eco-friendly mobile cinema and film school. More at www.echoparkfilmcenter.org.