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March 05-08, 2020

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CREATIVE IMMERSION II WORKSHOP RETREAT

With Cristina de Middel, Mark Neville & Joanna Milter

FOTOFILMIC   /   Deadline: 12/15/19

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CREATIVE IMMERSION II:

3-DAY WORKSHOP RETREAT

WITH CRISTINA DE MIDDEL, MARK NEVILLE & JOANNA MILTER
BOWEN ISLAND/VANCOUVER, MAY 8-10, 2020


* * EARLY BIRD APPLICATIONS UNTIL NOV.27 * *
Following a first successful retreat this fall, we are thrilled to announce the second CREATIVE IMMERSION program for next Spring welcoming 3 more outstanding photographic artists to teach another group of photographers for 3 days on beautiful Bowen Island!

Early-Bird discounted applications are free and now open to both film & digital shooters to work closely with Magnum Associate Cristina de Middel ('Extreme Storytelling'), acclaimed social documentary photographer Mark Neville ('Audience and Activism', just recently shortlisted for the 2020 Deutsche Börse Prize), and The New Yorker's Director of Photography Joanna Milter ('Developing and Pitching a Photo Project')!

3 competitive scholarships for students and recent graduates are also available. Apply (no fee) at the link below to reserve your seat early!

https://fotofilmic.com/creative-immersion-spring-2020/

Location

Bowen Island LodgeBowen Island, BC,Canada

Fees

FREE

Eligibility

All film & digital photographers aged 18+ without any restriction of nationalities

Awards

Selection to participate

Evaluation Criteria

By application

Contact Information

Bastien Desfriches Doria
461 Bowen Island Trunk Rd 461 Bowen Island Trunk Rd, Bowen Island
Bowen Island, BC V0N 1G0

P: 7789900235
W: https://fotofilmic.com/creative-immersion-spring-2020/
E: bastien@fotofilmic.com

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