87B Water Street
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543

This seminar introduces media makers to the process of critically analyzing popular media including broadcast television, film, and internet video. Much of the media we consume reinforces stereotypes, distorts the news, and distracts from the critical issues of the day. By learning how to look at the media we consume as well as make critically, we can develop an enhanced awareness of how the messages delivered through media influence ourselves, others, and the society we live in. We can harness media to make positive contributors to society, challenge cynicism and apathy, and serve as agents of social change.

Presenters: John Herman, Multimedia Artist, johnherman.org; Anna van Someren, Media Producer, MIT Comparative Media Studies; David Tames, Filmmaker & Media Technologist, Kino-Eye.com

Official Website: http://woodsholefilmfestival.org/pages/2007EventWorkshops.php

Added by cinemakinoeye on June 29, 2007