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IFP Summer Camps 2016: Documentary Camp (ages 13-17)

Starts July 11

Monday–Friday, July 11–15, 12–4 pm

Wim Wenders says it’s imperative that filmmakers “rescue the existence of things” and that through documenting we are ensuring “the fact of the subject’s existence hasn’t been lost.” In this documentary camp we’ll choose one aspect/event/memory of everyday life that we’ll rescue from non-existence. We’ll practice observation of the world around us as well as effective composition to interpret what we see. By the end of the week we’ll complete a documentary in which each student will have played a vital role.

Tuition: $240

Marie Ketring is a documentary filmmaker in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She was born in Gallup, New Mexico and grew up in North Dakota. She is a graduate of the Minneapolis College of Art & Design. Her work has covered bee-keepers, sheep shearers, Icelandic horsemen, and a small town princess. Her work has been featured in MNtv and was accepted into the Reykjavik International Film Festival’s Talent Lab in 2015. Her next interests include textile artists, community living in Wisconsin, and the birth of farm animals.


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July 11, 2016 @ 12:00 pm
July 15, 2016 @ 4:00 pm
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Marie Ketring
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July 6, 2016
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Monday–Friday, July 11–15 12–4 pm