BONNE BAY MARINE STATION
Saturday, June 20, 2015
9:00am – 5:00pm
Registration fee $25.00
Everyone Welcome 12 years and up
Bring your smartphones and join us at the Bonne Bay Marine Station for a hands on workshop on how to make a movie.
It’s easier than ever to become a movie maker. Not just phones anymore, smartphones offer multimedia capabilities that allow you to record, edit and publish video without ever needing a studio or even a desktop. This workshop will teach you the basics and get you started in telling and sharing your stories.
Workshop leader Éric baril is from a little town in Québec, called Joliette. After his studies in Montreal as a technician for movie and television, he moved to the Ottawa-Gatineau region. There he perfected his craft as a screenwriter and a director. His firsts two english narrative short films S.E.N.S.E and LOOK UP SON have been showcase in Films Festivals and winning awards; best story, best acting and best film.
For him, narrative or documentary, the only thing that matters is the story you want to tell.
For More information or to register, please contact
Creative Gros Morne