Film institute offering workshops in screenwriting, acting, and more

Filmmaker Jeremy Torrie shows off his RED digital camera, one piece of equipment students can expect to learn about in his classes at the Adam Beach Film Institute. He’ll be teaching a workshop during this week’s Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival.


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