On Saturday, June 15, 2019 Windsor Law and partners including the School of Creative Arts (SoCA) hosted a public workshop on creating short, community-focused films that can be shared easily through social media.
“Guerrilla Filmmaking 101 for Community Builders” promised to teach registrants the mechanics of a story, structure, and the basics of video technology.
“This workshop highlights the potential of collaboration across the campus and with community partners such as WIFF and the DWCC,” says Smit, who teaches and researches in municipal and urban planning law. “A healthy civil society is key to the development of good law and policy. Over and over, we see that the strongest cities and towns are the ones where the best conversations are happening. This project is a great one for Windsor Law to be involved with, as a community-facing law school.”
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