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Flint Youth Film Festival Workshop

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Presented by The Flint Youth Film Festival at Mott Memorial Building, Flint MI

Mar 26 2019
Apr 30 2019
Flint Youth Film Festival Workshop

The Flint Youth Film Festival is offering workshops for middle, high school and community filmmakers so they can have more of a hands on experience with creating a film.

If you are wanting to get a chance to learn about how to make films and have a chance at entering the film you make while attending these workshops, The Flint Youth Film Festival is holding weekly workshops just for this. These workshops start March 26th and end April 30th. We meet each Tuesday, 4-6pm at Mott Community College. These workshops take place at the Mott Memorial Building room B021, on the Terrace Level in the Media Arts & Entertainment Studio. All you need to bring is yourself.

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Contact: 810-232-4317


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Mott Community College

Mott Memorial Building

Room B021; Terrace Level

Park in back entrance parking lot, just off of Horrigan Drive at Court Street.

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Mott Memorial Building

1401 E. Court Street, Flint, MI 48503

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