Hidden Histories Workshop

June 18th, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.
Register for this workshop by emailing angus@edvideo.org or guelphstories@gmail.com

This will be a drop in event for anyone interested in making a film about the Ward or Grange Hill East to submit to this years Guelph Film Festival! We will be on hand to answer questions for anyone interested in getting more information and will be on hand to provide support in order for you to complete your project.

Hidden Histories: Everyday Extraordinary

A chance for new and experienced filmmakers to create a short film.

The Project: To investigate and reveal an untold story of a person or place within the Two Rivers or Grange Hill East neighbourhoods of Guelph, illustrating their culture and community. These portraits will be presented as short video documentaries (2-10 min).

There will be free skill building workshops this spring and free gear rentals from ED Video for those committed to the project. The workshops will help you develop your concept, learn how to use the equipment, edit and present your film. The next workshop is May 16th from 12pm - 5pm at ED Video - 404 York Road.

The deadline to submit your film is September 1st 2015.
Selected films will premiere at the 2015 Guelph Film Festival.

This is a collaborative project between the Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition, Grange Hill East neighbourhood group, Two Rivers neighbourhood group, ED Video Media Arts Centre, & the Guelph Film Festival. It is funded by the Guelph Community Foundation.

Visit www.guelphstories.com for more information about the Hidden Histories Project.