Registration Open for the 2009 Robert Flaherty Film Seminar

Posted on March 25, 2009
The Robert Flaherty Film Seminar is regarded as one of the premier experiences for international documentary exploration. Film aficionados and filmmakers are immersed in days of screenings and in-depth discussions. This year's seminar will take place at Colgate University from June 20–26 and is open to all artists, practitioners, students and enthusiasts of film and video. The registration fee includes lodging, all meals, seminar screenings and discussions, receptions and other special events during the week. Independent filmmaker Christian Bruno attended his first Flaherty Seminar a few years ago. Find out how he spent seven bleary-eyed days and nights immersed in documentary viewing and dissecting at “Cinematic Summer Camp,” a.k.a. the Robert Flaherty Film Seminar. Read The Illuminated Darkness on Inside Indies >> Find out how to register for this year's Robert Flaherty Film Seminar >>

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