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cINeDIGENOUS: From Conception to Impact - Virtual Class

November 18, 2021

Classes

Emiliano Mazza de Luca and Martha Orozco breakdown the filmmaking process from conception to impact campaign, highlighting how filmmaking is more accessible than ever and that low budgets aren’t a barrier to telling your story.

Zoom meeting details will be emailed to ticket purchasers shortly before the scheduled event.

Virtual Ticket

CLASS SPECIFICS

Thursday, November 18, 2021
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM PT
Presented via Zoom Webinar in English with optional Spanish interpretation channel.
$25 Sustainer | $15 Regular | $10 SIFF Member
Registration fees are offered at a sliding scale. 

CLASS DESCRIPTION

Bringing a film into the world is a painstaking process that continues beyond the completion of post-production. Join director/producer team Emiliano Mazza de Luca and Martha Orozco (Nueva Venecia, SIFF 2016) as they breakdown the filmmaking process from conception to impact campaign, highlighting how filmmaking is more accessible than ever and that low budgets aren’t a barrier to telling your story.

CLASS WORKLOAD

Registrants are not required to have watched any media in advance of the class. We will present film content within the class time.

ABOUT cINeDIGENOUS

The cINeDIGENOUS class series focuses on global Indigenous filmmakers and their influences within cinematic culture. Centering Indigenous creatives and media makers amplifies voices and perspectives that are essential to our global wellbeing. cINeDIGENOUS is curated and presented in partnership with Nia Tero.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS

Emiliano Mazza De Luca is a Uruguayan Director, Producer, and founder of PASSAPAROLAfilms. His most recent movie Vida On Board had its world premiere IDFA Competition and IDFA ON STAGE. His debut feature Nueva Venecia won the award for Best Documentary Feature Film at the Biarritz Latin Film Festival, also at Alanticdoc Film Festival in Uruguay. Emiliano has given lectures on film impact in Colombia, Mexico, Chile, and Uruguay and has been a pitch juror at many film festivals in Latin America.

Martha Orozco started her career as a filmmaker at a young age creating short films before transitioning and developing feature films in both Mexico and Spain. She has vast field production experience throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Her work has been broadcasted around the world with major networks like the BBC. She has received many accolades, including a Fiction Clermont Ferrand Award and a nomination to the Goya Awards.