This week on the Deep Dive we’re celebrating The Sound We See: A Los Angeles City Symphony created by the 37 participants of EPFC’s Fall 2010 Youth Filmmaking Class and the first in our international series of community-made analog films that celebrate the contemporary urban (and not-so urban!) environments. This amazing poster was created for the premiere by EPFC Co-op Member Cosmo Segurson, who was also one of the instructors and part of the amazing musical ensemble for the SWS: LA project. We’re streaming clips from the film all week on Instagram @EPFCfilmmobile. Enjoy!
EPFC is delighted to be in New Haven, CT this July working with 25 local teens on the creation of the 19th Sound We See city symphony film as part of the 19th annual Summer Apprenticeship Program at Artspace. Read all about it here!
Come on down to the Torrance Art Museum this Saturday, July 9 for The Sound We See: an evening of City Symphony films.
Gallery Two: 5 – 9 pm. FREE!
EPFC is doing a series of screenings and workshops in Japan over the next three weeks including The Sound We See: A Tokyo City Symphony in conjunction with Blum and Poe Gallery. Want to join the fun? More info here!