DuBois, PA – Have you ever wanted to create your own documentary and show people the side of a story that matters to you?

Here’s your chance this Saturday to learn about how to start making a documentary from a local filmmaker.

Edward Frank has worked on several documentaries, most notably The Black Guides of Mammoth Cave, and he will be providing some helpful advice.

The Northern Appalachian Film Collection, or NAFCo, is sponsoring the Documentary Filmmaking Workshop this Saturday at the Winkler Art Education Center on Brady Street in DuBois from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Admission is $10 for NAFCo members and $20 for non-members. Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided.

Learn more about the Northern Appalachian Film Collection at their website and Facebook page.

The course will discuss the philosophical approach to documentary filmmaking and techniques used to develop and shoot a documentary film.

The workshop will emphasize aspects of the process peculiar to documentary filmmaking.