GRIEF, LOSS AND HARINEZUMI: A 2-DAY WORKSHOP
SATURDAY MARCH 19 and 26, 1-5PM
In recent years, there has been a movement to bring death back into daily conversation. Media is opening itself up to allow for new ways of mourning, often mediated through a new communications avenue. Filmmakers have never shied away from making work about difficult subjects and certain techniques to convey sadness. With timebased work such as film and video, it is also possible to explore or be in more than one tense—past and present and future can live together. Memories are captured and replayed, ready for recall at any moment.
The Harinezumi camera is a digital device from Japan that records low resolution, vintage-feeling images. Our workshop will include a short lecture on the moving image and cinematic themes of loss, as well as how we, as imagemakers and storytellers, can use these ideas to make our own expressive films. Attendees will borrow a Harinezumi from EFPC to create their own video pieces that references and expresses time, memory and/or loss. The workshop will culminate in a screening of the students films on Sunday March 27.
Class size: 10 participants
Tuition: $120 / $96 EPFC Members
Instructors: Camella D. Kim and Kate Parsons
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