Filmmaking workshop for immigrant women

Love movies? Do you ever hope to make your own movie someday? I surely do and at one time I dreamed of becoming a Steven Spielberg.

Before the filmmaking workshop, there is also an open invitation to join the local liberal arts open lecture on “Immigration and Women” on April 15th from 3-5 pm. The venue is Yongsan 2ga-dong Community Center in Haebangchon. The lecturer is Kim Young-ok, representative of the immigrant women’s rights forum.

Now here’s a chance for immigrant women in Korea to join a filmmaking workship for free via a once-a-week seminar that will run starting April 25th.

Image source: filmmakingstuff.com
Image source: filmmakingstuff.com
What: Filmmaking & Storytelling ~ Free workshop for immigrant women

When: Every Saturday, 6:30 – 9:30 pm, 12 weeks of classes
Duration: April 25th to July 11th

Topics:
April 25th – Finding Materials
May 2nd – Finding Materials
May 9th – Finding Materials
May 16th – Constructing Materials
May 23rd – Constructing Materials
May 30th – Constructing Materials
June 6th – Drawing Continuity
June 13th – Filming
June 20th – Editing 1
June 27th – Editing 2
July 4th – Editing 3
July 11th – Screening

Application period: Until April 15th
Number of slots: 10
How to join: Call 010-7613-8827 or send an email to mmalkeun@naver.com

Free lecture, refreshment and snacks, video equipment and editing tools

Lecturer: SuSu (Independent Culture Planner/Community Radio MAPO.FM producer) and Bae Ji-sun, documentary producer/movie and drama editor

Location: Yongsan-gu Shinheung-ro 130 1F Space Haebang

How to get there: From Noksapyeong stn (line 6)/ Namyeong Stn (line 1) or Sookmyung U stn (line 4), take the village bus 02 and get off at Keunbituijip (큰빚의집)

This free filmmaking worshop is sponsored by Seoul, Jaguar Eight!, Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture, Seoul Art and Culture Education Center in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Arts & Culture Education Service.

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