Space available in Sonoma’s middle school video workshop

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Sonoma’s Middle School Video Workshop, presented by the Sonoma International Film Festival and the Boys & Girls Club of Sonoma Valley, has a few spaces still available. The workshop is Friday, Feb. 22 through Sunday, Feb. 24 at the Boys & Girls Club in Maxwell Park.

Students attend all three days. The workshop begins after lunch on Friday.

The program is open to all local middle school students who are interested in media arts and video production.

There is space for three or four students from each school. Signups are first come, first serve.

To sign up, email or call Kimberly Hughes at or call 415-847-2633. The fee is $10 per person (sliding scale available.

Because the Video Workshop is offered in conjunction with the Sonoma Valley High School Media Arts Program, students earn academic credit for Friday afternoon.

The students produce public service announcement videos which will be screened twice during the Film Festival, Mar. 27 to 31.

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