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Iron Reels to host open indie film screening and workshop at TwentyFiveEight Studios in Scranton on Feb. 6

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Iron Reels, Scranton’s repository for local underground film, is hosting an open film screening and workshop for Northeastern Pennsylvania filmmakers and movie fans on Friday, Feb. 6 at 8 p.m. at TwentyFiveEight Studios in Scranton.

A description of the event is below:

In the same fashion as an open mic, an open screening allows an opportunity to share your work with others. Feel free to share finished, in progress, rough footage, or an idea or script for feedback in a progressive and non-judgmental environment.

Join us to:

  • Meet other filmmakers.
  • Get feedback.
  • Learn new tips and tricks!
  • Check out some cool films!

Not a filmmaker? No problem! Relax and watch local films.

Movies will be shown on a digital projector screen, so filmmakers are asked to bring a digital copy or DVD of their work. TwentyFiveEight Studios (703 N. Washington Ave., REAR, Scranton) is located behind Cooper’s Seafood House.

As described on their website, Iron Reels “is the brainchild of Scrantonite camera-toting madmen Kevin Vogrin and Kyle Rebar, who curate film shows and work on a myriad of artistic projects.” Their website “is dedicated to the artistic, independent, underground filmistry in Northeast PA and beyond.”

For more information, visit the Facebook event page.