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‘How to make a Zombie movie’ class returns to Orcas

July 5, 2013 · Updated 12:55 PM
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Instructors Conrad Wrobel and Bruce H. Bosley on set of one of their films, “Angels of the City.” Their zombie film class is coming back to Orcas Island by popular demand. / Contributed photo

Last year, the film class “How to Make a Zombie Movie Class” returns to Orcas.

The class offered kids acting and hands on filming experience, which was well received by the community.

Now, by popular demand, it will return this summer for island youth. Overseen by filmmakers Conrad Wrobel and Bruce H. Bosley, the students will fashion a short zombie film over the span of two weeks, produced by and starring themselves.

The classes will be divided into four sessions and will run for the months of July and August.  Seats are filling fast, register now.

Session 1 (Ages 8-12):  July 8-19

Session 2 (Ages 13-18): July 22-August 2

Session 3 (Ages 8-12):  August 5-16

Session 4 (Ages 13-18): August 19-30

All classes run from 3 to 6 p.m., and do not run on weekends. Under certain circumstances, additions to currently active sessions and age ranges will be considered. Register by email to krista@thefunhouse.org or call 376-7177.

See last year's movie below.


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