Friday, September 25, 2015

Culture Days - Film Jam

Sunday Sept. 27 - 12:00 noon - 6:00 pm
Hub City Cinema Studio (15 Lois Lane)

We're having our next Film Jam for Culture Days on Sunday September 27 at noon! Culture days is a national weekend celebrating culture with interactive activities. There's nothing more interactive than a Film Jam! Meet at the Hub City Cinema Studio. We may move around downtown for different spots.

Let's make movie magic together! For those who don't know what a Film Jam is: quite simply it's when we make a movie in a day. Filmmakers of all kinds come together and in a limited amount of time improvise and shoot a short film with the resources we have available. So bring any equipment, props, and acting chops that you think we can use to create a short film.

How much time to create an idea and shoot? About 6 hours.

Who knows what we'll make for a short film this time. It might be amazing or it could be a huge mess, but no matter what hopefully we will all get something valuable out of it. This is a great way to connect with other filmmakers, build relationships, get creative, gain experience (perhaps doing something you've never done before), learn, and most of all have fun!

Most of the time filmmakers spend hours planning and preparing a project. Every once in a while it's great just to get out there, have a burst of creativity, create something in the spur-of-the-moment, and scratch that filmmaking itch.

Everyone is welcome! This is a collaboration, not a competition. If we have lots of people we may split into smaller groups. We'll see how it goes and adapt accordingly.

Remember Sunday, September 27 at noon. Book the time off!

Hopefully you can come out to this awesome event!
View the event's Facebook page HERE.


No comments:

Post a Comment

Your comment will appear after moderation before publishing,

Thank you for your comments.Any comment that could be considered slanderous or includes unacceptable language will be removed.

Thank you for participating and making your opinions known.