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Sun, Jun 30



Filmmaking with No Money

Producer, Director, and Screenwriter, Kaliena Bowen will discuss the art of DIY filmmaking. They will use their experience producing a short documentary while unemployed to teach fellow filmmakers how to create quality films with a working budget of $0.

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Filmmaking with No Money
Filmmaking with No Money

Time & Location

Jun 30, 2024, 2:30 PM – 3:40 PM

Atlanta, 1105 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307, USA

About the event


JUNK M3D!A is participating in the Southern Fried Queer Pride 2024 Festival's Dirty Work - Workshops & Skillshares as an instructor. The full program runs from June 29th - 30th encompassing kink, organizing, herbalism, and more. 

Our workshop will focus on DIY filmmaking and using what you've got to create films with amusing production quality. In this class, participants will walk away with an understanding that money is not the only resource that can get stuff done if you look in the right places.

*The event is free, but SFQP will be accepting suggested donations of $5-$20*

Southern Fried Queer Pride (SFQP)

Southern Fried Queer Pride is an Atlanta-based organization empowering Black & QTPOC-centered communities in the South through the arts! For more info, find us at: For questions, email us at:

The SFQP 2024 Festival is a community-organized and funded event. All profit from the festival pays the artists and organizers, as well as helps fund the CLUTCH Community Center, a Black queer-owned community space that is opening in Summer 2024. Find out full information for SFQP here: Find out full information for CLUTCH here:

Any questions can be directed to:

This year's is the 10th annual pride festival at SFQP is a full week deep fried art & community! From June 24th through June 30th in the eclectic and iconic Little 5 Points in Atlanta, GA. In celebration of a decade of programming for queer art, SFQP is doing it big: their largest artist market yet, doubling their events and programming, adding an outdoor stage, and so much more - while continuing to queer Atlanta and the South through the arts and community.

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