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Indy: Film for Social Change


    INDY: FILM FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
    Every Monday | 4-6:30PM | Free

    Indy: Film for Social Change is a 7-month intensive program that provides experience in screenwriting, production, acting, and editing, with the goal of creating a collaborative, independent film that will be exhibited at a final screening in June. Whether you’re interested in writing screenplays, lighting, or directing, you’ll have the chance to improve your skills and learn something new by working in small groups to study various components of filmmaking. Participants are mentored and receive feedback along the way, and will study films and filmmakers, with a special emphasis on the work of social-justice filmmakers




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    a film by GRACEY





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    a film by JAHLIE

     

    ABOUT THE TEACHING ARTISTS

    MICHAEL HAY is an artist living in Minneapolis, and Youth Programs Director for Intermedia Arts. He directed the development and operations of the Phillips Community Television after-school/summer program for ten years. He received an MFA in film and video production from the University of Illinois, Chicago, where he taught art and media at the Boys and Girls’ Club of Chicago and at Archi-Treasures. He has also taught youth media classes at the Walker Art Center, El Colegio Charter School, and a number of other schools throughout the Twin Cities.