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Film Arts Foundation collection
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Audio recordings of lectures and workshops about independent film production sponsored by the Film Arts Foundation, 1984-2000.
The Film Arts Foundation was a non-profit organization founded by independent filmmakers in San Francisco, California in 1976, providing services such as professional training, equipment, information, consultations and exhibition opportunities to support artists across the Bay Area. FAF offered a film festival, exhibitions, workshops, grants, fiscal sponsorship programs, and an equipment rental facility. They also published the magazine Release Print. In 2008, they were absorbed by the San Francisco Film Society.
5 Linear Feet (422 audiocassettes in 12 boxes)
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