September 15, 2019

Brauer a hit at first film fest workshop

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WEST BRANCH — The West Branch Children’s Film Festival kicked off its first in a series of film industry workshops Jan. 17, with a presentation of “How to film a movie.” Rich Brauer, a producer and director with film credits including “Escanaba in Da Moonlight,” “Frozen Stupid,” and “Barn Red,” hosted the workshop, which was held in the lower level of the West Branch Library. Fourty-five people braved the near-blizzard conditions outside to attend the workshop. Accoriding to Pete Fabbri, attendees were from as far away as Vassar.

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This was a fun and interesting event for our community! The best thing was the number of young people attending and the great questions they had for Rich. We have some real talent in our area. Rich did an excellent job answering their questions and providing the "inside scoop" on his career in this industry. We were very fortunate to have someone of his caliber sharing with us! I look forward to the next event....and the Childrens Film Festival in late July.

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