The IFA Documentary Workgroup gives budding and professional film makers the chance to collaborate while making documentaries. The workgroup is designed for people who have an interest in learning more about creating, developing, and producing documentary film. Learn and share your experiences through discussion and hands-on projects. Participants can choose their roles for the projects
(It’s FREE) Come in and find out what it’s all about!
Second Tuesday of the month from 6:00-8:00pm at the Southern Arizona Video Production facility
(911 S. Tyndall, Tucson).
A documentary film is a nonfictional motion picture intended to document some aspect of reality, primarily for the purposes of instruction, awareness or maintaining a historical record. At our monthly meetings, we talk about documentary film in greater depth, watch educational videos and have group discussions. We also offer opportunities to present ideas or talk about active projects, and receive input from the group on feasibility, funding opportunities, editing, distribution, etc.
This group holds workshops two to four times a year for anyone interested in delving more deeply into the art, and posts upcoming workshops on IFA social media and this website. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Co-Chair, Anne Dalton by phone or e-mail: 520-609-8476 and firstname.lastname@example.org