Is your social justice movement lacking a certain spark? Making a film may be the answer and provide your movement with the push that it needs to reach the masses. Members of the Megaphone Project are here to help you do just that. On Friday, October 26th, the Megaphone Project will host a a panel discussion with directors, clients, funders, and staff/board members at Megaphone about using film as a tool for social justice movements. This event is free to the public. According to an email from the Megaphone Project, this panel discussion will help you use film to “educate members of the general public, inform legislators, dramatize struggles that are not adequately described in words, or educate members of an affected constituency.” Quality filmmaking can strengthen the voices of the few and inspire communities to take action.
This event will be held:
Friday, Oct. 26, 2012
Baltimore Free School Franklin St. Classroom
514 W. Franklin St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
Street parking is available beginning at 9:00am