CJMP Powell River Community Radio

Free Workshop Thursday July 21@ 4Pm : In Real Life: Elements of Documentary Story Production

Thursday July 21, 4- 6 p.m. at the Community Resource Centre

In Real Life:
Elements of Documentary Story Production

Come learn the techniques of local award-winning documentary makers in this FREE workshop at the CRC.

Learn about what makes a good story and how to make it compelling.

Claudia Medina‘s work has been recognised by numerous awards from the Canada Council of the Arts, and she has worked alongside well-known directors and on projects for the National Film Board. Claudia is well versed in all aspects of documentary production including writing, producing and directing. She received her master’s degree in Visual Culture from the University of Barcelona.

Carrie Swiggum is a journalist and multimedia producer, and her writing, radio and video work has been published in both the U.S. and Canada. As an independent producer she recently won an award by the Society of Professional Journalists for a full-length radio documentary. She holds a masters in journalism from the University of British Columbia and is the News Director at CJMP

Ionatan Waisgluss (Ioni Wais) is a community animator living in Powel River, BC with a focus on Media, Nature and Interpretation. His wide range of interests and skills have resulted in countless collaborations with community organizations and institutions, as well as some neat solo projects, like his interpretive media hub Vegetation Station.

Giovanni Spezzacatena

About the author: Giovanni Spezzacatena (aka Rabideye) was volunteer for CJMP and programmer of 1000 Tiny Magnets http://1000tinymagnets.wordpress.com and of Sunshine Yellow prior to that. His site: www.rabideye.com

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