Wed, May 31|
Silence the Doubt, Find Your Voice
Workshop Series on Unleashing Creative Voice with Bendrix (48 Film Festival)
Time & Location
May 31, 2023, 6:30 p.m. – Jun 26, 2023, 9:00 p.m.
About the Event
Join independent film professional Bendrix, Executive Director of The 48 Film Festival, for a workshop series that will help you create and establish your unique voice and create work that truly represents who you are as a filmmaker. In this workshop series, Ben will teach you how to harness your creativity and use it to make powerful and meaningful films.
This workshop series will take place over 3 online sessions, and will conclude with an in-person screening. Topics covered will include inspiring, creating, and producing a film; along with learning various aesthetic and technical skills. Everyone will have the chance to screen their film at the final session. This program is a great place for artists and creative types to collaborate, create new work, and develop a pathway to creating films that express your artistic voice!
Join us for this transformative workshop and discover the power of your creative voice in filmmaking. We look forward to seeing you there!
Workshop Sessions: Wednesdays May 31, June 7th, June 14th, 6:30 - 9:00PM CST.
In-person screening is Monday, June 26th at 7PM.
$30 for members, $60 for non-members, PWYC / free if finances are a barrier. Please email or call to discuss, we have a limited number of these spots available :)
If you have any questions, please contact Kayla Rourke, by either calling the Filmpool office at 306-757-8818, or by emailing email@example.com
Bendrix @bendrixdotme (Ben Williams) is the founder and Director of Curiosity and Eclecticism for The 48 Film Festival – a Canada-wide time-based film challenge that pays artist fees. For the last 8 years Ben has mentored and trained folks across Manitoba – six of those years working for the Winnipeg Film Group as the Production Centre Director. He is also a co-founder and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Afro Prairie Film Festival. Ben studied digital filmmaking at New York Film Academy in Manhattan and has a BA in Graphic Design with Magna Cum Laude honours and a minor focus in fine art from Central State University in Ohio. Prior to his work in Canada as a permanent resident, he worked for 15+ years in digital media studios in NYC, Chicago and Shanghai, and freelanced as a digital editor and producer across the United States. He can also be counted among the first generation of vLog, YouTube and Podcast pioneers to emerge in the mid-2000s.