EPFC Youth Film Featured in A Quiet Scene: LA

EPFC | March 21st, 2021

Congratulations to Sascha Gallegos on the inclusion of her mesmerizing Super 8 Film created as part of EPFC Youth Class 2020 Vision in A Quiet Scene: LA,  exhibited on the LED screens on Jerry Moss Plaza at The Music Center in a public installation from March 20, 2021 – April 18, 2021. Not in LA?  You can catch the live stream March 20 – 23 and vote for your favorites here:

Presented by The Music Center, Los Angeles’ performing arts center, and dublab, a community supported radio station based on Los Angeles, and in collaboration with Deutsche Grammophon, A Quiet Scene: L.A. is a free film project and screening initiative that asked the public to create an original short film that is an authentic reflection of Los Angeles during current times, using a track from Roger and Brian Eno’s Luminous EP as the score. A Quiet Scene: L.A. provides a Los Angeles perspective to the highly successful 2020 public audio-visual project—A Quiet Scene—created by Deutsche Grammophon and the Eno brothers in 2020 in support of their Mixing Colours album; this program featured short scenes shot by people from their newly found confined spaces at home in the first wave of the global pandemic.




Tuned Out

EPFC | May 14th, 2016


Created by Georgiana Olivas as part of Tell Your Story Walking, Spring 2014 Echo Park Film Center Youth Class.

Super Student Saturdays

EPFC | May 7th, 2016

In honor of Bike Week (coming up May 16 – 21!), this Super Student Saturday selection is Cyclists Commandeer Los Angeles, a 16mm made as part of the Extra! Extra! Youth Class (Spring 2013). Ride on!


Death Is 4 Lovers

EPFC | April 16th, 2016


Created by Angel Fabre as part of Kno Ur Self(i.e.), Fall 2015 Echo Park Film Center Youth Class

Death Is 4 Lovers (8min, 2015) Forward through the time span of a day and rewinds back again, reminiscing memories all in between. This short film is an acceptance of the death of a past relationship as well as continuing to strengthen the love in others” – Angel Fabre

Balando Giu dal Rio Becchini

EPFC | April 9th, 2016


Created by Stella Seganti as part of Kno Ur Self(i.e.), Fall 2015 Echo Park Film Center Youth Class

“Balando Giu dal Rio Becchini is a short film mirroring the inner persona, static thought process, and the significant experiences that have shaped myself in the long run. Expressed through colors, movement, as well as raw footage and audio. Dedicated to Francesca.” – Stella Seganti