This Film School Is Offering Film Classes... for FREE

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by Gianna Sibal   |  Mar 10, 2021
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If you're a creative soul looking for some new things to learn, Film School ng Panday Sining SIPAT is offering classes—for free.

The Panday Sining Multimedia Arts Collective is an art organization of Filipino youth from different schools all over the country, and SIPAT (Sine Patriyotiko) is their film, photography, and multimedia discipline. As the art collective's goal is “to create art as a medium for progressive expressions of national democracy", they're offering inclusive, all-access, and free classes every weekend from March 20 to April 11, every 7:00 p.m.

Don't worry—you don't need to step out of your house! All 
the educational discussions and workshops will be held online via Discord. 

This is the third installment of SIPAT Film School's free classes. In December 2020, they tackled Form in Filipino Films, and in January 2021, their classes were about Women on Melodrama, and Narrative Film Theory and Semiotics.

Anyone and everyone with the smallest amount of interest in film and the art is welcome. Some of the topics: basic principles of photography, video editing, cultural revolution, and photojournalism. Find more details at their Twitter account: @PS_SIPAT.

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Interested? All you need to do is sign up through this link and wait for their Discord link!

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