The Wild Mind Film Camp will wind up its second year in the Methow Valley on Saturday (July 27) with a free showing of the 12 documentary films created by students during the 11-day film tutorial.
This year, there will be films about James Donaldson, Bernie Hosey, Ed Welch, the Spartan Art Project, Second Mile Ranch and beavers, among other things. The screenings will begin at 8 p.m. in the Welding Lab at TwispWorks.
The workshop is described in promotional materials as an “immersive filmmaking workshop … taught by some of the most accomplished reality storytellers in the business.” Classes and workshops were held at TwispWorks.
The workshops focused on storytelling and narrative structure, cinematography, and editing, according to the camp’s website. Each participant produces a three- to five-minute film.
For more information, call 997-3300.