Local Filmmakers at the EPL Strathcona Branch – Saturday, January 18th!

We interrupt your regularly scheduled broadcast to bring you this special news bulletin!

Hello, fellow fearless film fanatics; experts & non-experts alike! ♥ This month, Shareable Neighbourhood will be hosting an event that will showcase some of our fair city’s finest local filmmakers. Shareable Neighbourhood is a grassroots organization based in Old Strathcona. Their goal is to encourage all Edmontonians to share their local history and knowledge about our environment. If you would like to help organize one of their monthly events, contact them at shareablen@gmail.com

On Saturday, January 18th 2014, at EPL’s Strathcona Library Branch, they invite you to come on down and celebrate the spectacular works of this months featured dedicated guest artists. The line up for the afternoon includes four films by Julio Munhoz, Dustin Chok, Danielle Dolgoy, Tristin Deveau and Natalee Rawat.

{~ Keep an eye out for updates in this area ~}

JULIO MUNHOZ’S Mountain Waves is a documentary film about Radio Cultura, a radio station located in the Mantiqueira Mountains, in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

DUSTIN CHOK presents a film documenting the family lives of hunter and his partner a Human Rights lawyer.

DANIELLE DOLGOY tells the story of a community organization in the Montreal neighbourhood of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, or NDG as it is known locally. As cities begins to include community agriculture as part of their urban planning strategies, organizations like Action Communiterre have an increasingly significant role to play in shaping how those plans come to fruition.

TRISTIN DEVEAU’S short black and white film, Nightmare, brings together many archetypes that recur in a dreamer’s nightmares.

NATALEE RAWAT has put together a short film about a man’s dangerous and romantic relationship with an advanced artificial intelligent being.

DATE: Saturday, January 18th 2014
TIME: 2:45pm to 6pm, proceedings will begin around 3pm
WHEREABOUTS: Program Room at the Strathcona Library Branch (8331 – 104 Street T6E 4E9 ~ {780}-496-1828)

The Local Filmmakers event is free general admission to all viewers. However, to cover the minimal space rental cost, they kindly ask viewers to give donations (pay what you will) at the door. Popcorn will be available to purchase for $2.

Here at The Movie Studio, we carry several locally-made films in our store that you can rent for free.

Contact Chris, Ryn and Lavonne at shareablen@gmail.com if you’d like to join their mailing list, or help put together a walk.


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