Popular documentary filmmaker returns to the Village Nov. 16
Documentary filmmaker Sally Rubin, an assistant professor in Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, returns to the Village Thursday, November 16 with an insightful new message about “Making A Documentary Film.”
She will discuss her most recent documentary “Hillbilly: Appalachia in Film and Television.” This free presentation is open to members, residents and their guests. Hosted by the Video Club, the evening includes snacks and socializing at 6:30 p.m. with the program starting at 7 p.m.
With more than 16 years in the field, Prof. Rubin has completed many documentary films shown on PBS, at major film festivals and other venues. She holds an M.A. in Documentary Film and Video from Stanford University. At Chapman, she teaches about the tradition of documentaries, covering the history and genres of documentary film as well as courses in all phases of documentary film production. She also directs a documentary travel program which takes students around the globe and coordinates a series of documentaries focusing on women's lives in diverse parts of the country.
For more information, contact Steve Carman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 424-254-6583.