Tricks of the Trade Workshops - Liz Marshall on making a community documentary

Sunday, August 28, 2011 - 16:00 to 19:00

A group workshop… To film one video, working together, in 3 hours. The emphasis will be on working together, quickly, to conceptualize and then film an artfully crafted mini documentary, which explores & unearths the concerns of the surrounding community. The goal for the video:  a tool for community outreach at the political level, to send it to local politicians and community leaders – to spark a new dialogue about the slaughterhouse; to bring to light the issues from the community. In doing so, the video should also expose the cold hard facts about slaughter: the number of pigs slaughtered each day, the conditions...

The Tricks of the Trade workshop series is presented by Toronto Pig Save www.torontopigsave.wordpress.com and Canadian Coalition for Farm Animals.

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In order to be effective, the workshop is capped at 10 participants. For more info & to RSVP:

Fort York
100 Garrison Road
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 38' 18.5172" N, 79° 24' 19.2528" W
Ontario CA
Anita Krajnc

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