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Thursday, August 5, 2010

Prison Farm Documentary - Help Needed

Calling folks with video cameras. I am making a documentary film on the closure of Canada's Prison Farms and need videographers. You don't have to be a professional or even have much experience filming, maybe you have your own camera, maybe you don't but think the cause is good and can make yourself available to film (I can arrange to get a couple loaner cameras I think). Shoot dates:  Likely Sunday (Aug. 8) and/or Monday (Aug. 9) when the dairy herd from Frontenac is planned to be moved to be auctioned in Kitchener-Waterloo on Aug. 10. The Save Our Prison Farms campaign plans to blockade the cattle trucks but given the size of the site (900 acres) and multiple entrances, it will be impossible for me to be in more than one place at a time to capture the event for my independent film project. 
Please contact me directly via email <> asap so we can coordinate this 'film crew of the people'.
Depending on people's comfort levels, there will be opportunities to be in the thick of it or on the sidelines. The event overall is expected to remain peaceful.

Lenny Epstein
Kingston filmmaker

Lenny Epstein
Epstein Creative Inc.
Phone: 613-549-3165
Cell: 613-539-3165

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