Seattle Film Summit

Seat­tle Film Sum­mit is the Bar­Camp, the first of it’s kind in Seat­tle. What’s a Bar­Camp? A Bar­Camp is an ad-hoc un-conference born from the desire for peo­ple to share and learn in an open envi­ron­ment. It is an intense event with dis­cus­sions, demos and inter­ac­tion from atten­dees. Bar­Camp began in the soft­ware com­mu­nity and has been adapted to the film community. A sum­mary of the Bar­Camp model, rules and phi­los­o­phy can be found at BarCamp.org.
Inspired by the suc­cess of Portland’s NW Film Cen­ter Bar­Camps, Evil Slave, in part­ner­ship with SIFF, is host­ing the Seat­tle Film Bar­Camp. Like all Bar­Camps, rather than rely on out­side experts, Seat­tle Film Bar­camp draws upon our own exper­tise to learn and grow as film mak­ers and develop a greater sense of com­mu­nity. Keynote speakers:.….….….
The process of Bar­Camp is sim­ple: del­e­gates meet in the morn­ing and dis­cuss which top­ics they want to cover in the break­out ses­sions and who would like to present them. The sug­gested top­ics and speak­ers are orga­nized on the sched­ule board, and the break­out ses­sions begin.
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