REEL VOICES 2018 - Tuesday, JULY 24 

DAY 11: REFINING YOUR STORY

 
Frank Howley and Mega64

Frank Howley and Mega64

 
 
 

10:00AM Welcome!

  • Learn more about your Instructors
  • Teasers / Titles / Elevator Pitch

10:10AM Artist Talk: Frank Howley

  • PacArts Story

  • Current Projects

11:00AM Artist Talk: Rizzhel Javier

  • PacArts Story

  • Current Projects

11:45AM Titles / Captions / Credits

  • Typography

  • Composition

  • Requirements (i.e. donors)

12:00PM LUNCH

1:00PM EDITING

  • Group 1 - RV Project

2:00PM EDITING

  • Group 2 - RV Project

 

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RESOURCES

www.rizzheljavier.com

@rizzhel.javier

www.building-bridges.org

@bridge_org

www.peopleandplacesproject.com

@peopleandplacesproject

www.ajaproject.org

@littlesaigonmobilemuseum

 

 

 
 
Family Album, Photo Essay, Rizzhel Javier

Family Album, Photo Essay, Rizzhel Javier

 
 

WELCOME HOME

REEL VOICES INSTRUCTORS

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RIZZHEL JAVIER - RV MEDIA INSTRUCTOR

Rizzhel Javier (San Diego, 1983)  is a San Diego based artist and educator.  She graduated college with a Master of Fine Arts in Studio Arts from San Diego State University in 2012.  Rizzhel is an active member of the arts community in the region.

Her work explores topics in communication, identity, memory and human relationships. Trained in darkroom photography, in the last ten years, Rizzhel has combined her images with sculpture, installation and digital media. Her pieces are playful and often require the viewer to engage physically with the work. She works autobiographically, using art and photography, to explore personal, community and global transformation. Through sharing personal stories, Rizzhel hopes to encourage viewers to recall their own memories, personal experiences and reflection.

www.rizzheljavier.com

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FRANK HOWLEY

ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR + COORDINATOR

Currently, Emory is a programming coordinator at Visual Communications' 2018 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival and a coordinator at A-Doc (the Asian American Documentary Network). As an assistant at the UCLA Center for EthnoCommunications, Emory has been working on the Lau Chinese American History Mini-Docs Project. In Fall 2018, Emory will begin the MFA Production/Directing program with a focus in Documentary at UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television. 

As a UCLA EthnoCommunications student, Emory directed "The Weight Off My Chest," a documentary short about a college student undergoing top surgery and exploring the gender spectrum. The film will have its world premiere at the 2018 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival in May.

 

 

REFINING YOUR FILM

TITLES, CAPTIONS AND CREDITS

2018 STUDENT MENTORS

The Student Mentorship program was developed to keep Reel Voices students connected after each session. Each current participant is provided a Student Mentor that assist them in the production of their film. Student mentors are encouraged to support the development of ideas, production of film, editing and on-site assistance.

2018 PROFESSIONAL MENTORS

We have developed a group of awesome working professionals in the field for a diverse Mentorship Program made up of Southern California filmmakers, educators and artists.

 
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PEOPLE + PLACES PROJECT

The mission of the People + Places Project is to provide an inclusive space for communities to share stories about who they are and places that they have lived. 

PHOTOS BY ALE UZARRAGA

Freelance Photographer and Educator, Ale Uzarraga, lives and works between the Tijuana, MX and San Diego, CA border capturing images of people and places that surround her.