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Young Filmmakers Workshops @SDFF37 Class 2014
480 Minute Running Time
PLEASE NOTE: WORKSHOP DATES HAVE NOT BEEN SET!
Students serve as the Denver Film Society's media production team over the 11-day festival and hone the art of the short-form biopic. During the course, students create interviews with 5-7 visiting and local filmmakers which are presented during the festival at premieres. Students will also conduct interviews at Red Carpet premieres and attend select films (to be determined). Open to students ages 12-18.
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Dates, details, and locations to be announced after festival dates are set.
Tuition for the festival workshop is $500. Students who enroll in a summer workshop and register for the festival workshop now pay only $350. Call 303-595-3456 ext. 242 or email email@example.com to receive the discount.
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