Join Los Angeles’ Echo Park Film Center at the FlatPak House for hands-on workshops in filmmaking and stay for a screening of the workshop films in the evening. Between the workshop and the screening Walker curator Dean Otto leads a film pickling workshop. Creating equal and affordable community access to film and video resources since 2001, the EPFC are taking their show on the road this summer in a big blue bus that has been transformed into the EPFC Filmmobile: a full-service, eco-friendly screening and educational facility on wheels. They are stopping at the Walker for one night only—make sure to catch the bus!
EPFC Filmmaking Workshop: 3–6 pm, FlatPak House
Film Pickling Workshop: 6–7 pm, Walker Open Field
EPFC Film Screening: 9 pm, Walker Open Field
The Echo Park Film Center
is a non-profit media arts organization committed to providing equal and affordable community access to film/video resources via five channels: a neighborhood microcinema, free and nominal cost education programs, a comprehensive film equipment and service retail department, a green-energy mobile cinema & film school, and a touring film festival showcasing local established and emerging filmmakers. They have been operating since 2001. This year marks their 10th anniversary – hence they are going on tour to celebrate!