LINGUIST List 30.1696

Thu Apr 18 2019

Summer Schools: Documentary Video in the Indigenous Community/USA

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Date: 15-Apr-2019
From: Philip LeSourd <plesourdindiana.edu>
Subject: Documentary Video in the Indigenous Community/USA
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Host Institution: Indiana University Bloomington
Website: http://mainemedia.edu/filmmaking

Dates: 21-Jul-2019 - 27-Jul-2019
Location: Rockport, Maine, USA

Focus: Learn to document an endangered language through film.
Minimum Education Level: No Minimum

Description:
Perfect shooting strategies for documentary story development, language documentation, and language and cultural revival. Explore how to establish and maintain community collaboration for a successful project.

Includes a one-day shoot in an indigenous community that will give you the opportunity for engaging in cross cultural communication, honing production skills in a uniquely different social environment, and confidently collaborating for review and understanding of the footage and how to use it. Learn post-shoot techniques such as logging footage with participants for language research or captioning and feedback presentation to participants.

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics
                      Language Documentation

Tuition: 1295 USD
Financial Aid: Applications accepted until
Scholarships available based on financial need

Financial Aid Instructions:
email for information

Registration: 15-Apr-2019 to 01-Jul-2019
Contact Person: Ben Levine
                Email: watchingplacegmail.com

Apply by Email: wbeachmainemedia.edu

Registration Instructions:
Email Ben Levine at watchingplacegmail.com for instructions.


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