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Welcome to the Allied Media Conference 2015! 
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Saturday, June 20 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
A Documentary Film Production Survival Guide

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Whether the campaign you are working on needs a video, you want to make queer porn, or you want to share your grandmother's story, come to this workshop! This session will give participants the opportunity, skills and confidence to produce nonfiction video. Through hands-on experience with low-budget or shared production equipment, participants will learn essential aspects of filmmaking such as getting good sound, holding a steady shot and proper exposure.

Presenters
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Marcelitte Failla

Critical Projections
Filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist Marcelitte Failla was raised in Gresham, Oregon. After growing up in a mixed race family and experiencing the racism of conservative America, Marcelitte is committed to producing work that examines and complicates conversations around gender, race & sexuality.
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Claudia O'Brien

Critical Projections
Claudia O'Brien Moscoso is an organizer, filmmaker & community health worker from Peru currently growing roots in Brooklyn. An undocuqueer, Claudia is currently working on a documentary titled Entre Dos exploring her experiences navigating the immigration (il)legal system and colonial borders.
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S.O. O'Brien

Critical Projections
S.O. O’brien is an interdisciplinary artist that works primarily through sound and video. They currently work as Digital Projects Manager for CultureHub and hold an MA from the New School in Media Studies.


Saturday June 20, 2015 11:00am - 12:30pm
State Hall: Room 218