Storyville: Mill Creek Documentary directed by Eli Lu Productions

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Friday, October 24, 7:00 PM
at Scribe Video Center, 4212 chestnut St.
$5 General; Free for Scribe Members
Filmmakers in Attendance

The Mill Creek Community Partnership (MCCP) under its Fine Art Through Our Eyes (F.A.T.O.E) Community Initiative along with Eli Lu Productions producedThe Mill Creek Documentary: Past, Present and Future as Part I of its Urban Preservation Outreach Initiatives. The film documents the Mill Creek Community during the 20th Century to date through personal interviews of residents, local organizations and businesses, and various community members. The film discusses issues such as poverty, blight, crime and drugs that once plagued the community in the 1980’s. It also focuses on preserving Mill Creek’s history and revitalization efforts to build up the Community. The goal of this film is to serve as an outlet and resource to document, preserve, engage, inform, empower, heal, and inspire the Mill Creek community. The project was made possible through the generous support of The Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia. Filmed, Edited and produced by Philadelphia filmmakers, Jean “Lu” Bevins and Joyce “Eli” Bevins of Eli Lu Productions.

The Craft of Editing

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DATE: Thursday, October 30 TIME: 7:00 - 9:00 PM

Instructor: Fiona Otway
Fee: $25.

Editing brings a documentary to life, giving it shape, meaning, power, and poetry. Whether you are editing documentary shorts or features, working on your own film or someone else's, learn some strategies that will help keep momentum going even through the most difficult phases of an edit. Discuss a variety of edit room tactics for getting you closer to the story you truly want to tell. Documentary editor Fiona Otway speaks about her process and your projects with an intimate Q&A about post-production.





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D.I.Y. Animation

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4 Session - Tuesdays October 28, November 4 and Thursdays October 30, November 6

Instructor: Jennifer Levonian
Fee: $150.

Join us as we explore the rich world of do-it-yourself, experimental animation! This hands-on workshop will cover the basics of traditional animation as well as paper cut out and mixed-media techniques. For inspiration, we will look at a selection of animations, from the early days of animation to contemporary work. No art or computer experience is necessary.

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Scribe's Open House

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Tuesday, October 28, 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Come on by Scribe Video Center to network with like-minded makers, learn about membership, the facilities, equipment, workshops, and programs! Light refreshments will be served!

Muslim Voices of Philadelphia Local Screenings

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Muslim Voices of Philadelphia Local Screenings at 18 different locations across Philadelphia
September 6 – November 1, 2014

Discussion will follow screening.
Free admission.

Host organizations include African American Museum, Bryn Mawr College, Drexel University, Free Library of Philadelphia, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, Philadelphia History Museum, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, Slought Foundation, and University of Pennsylvania.

Film listings and screening schedules available at http://www.muslimvoicesphiladelphia.org

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