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Northland Film School Offers Film Course

DULUTH, Minn.- More opportunities are underway for filmmakers, editors, and writers, with three different courses offered through the Northland Film School.

“Wherever you go, I think in Northern Minnesota, there’s such a rich kind of history and strong identity,” said filmmaker Matthew Koshmrl. “And I thought this would be a really great place to facilitate film school.”

Northland Film School Director, Matthew Koshmrl, is bringing filmmaking courses to the Northland to help people expand their skills within the industry. The three courses are designed to help people at all experience levels.

“All of these are entry-level; we start with basic film theory and watch films together and talk about the different types of films we can make,” said Koshmrl. “In my course, we’ll talk about the different styles of documentary. And then we write proposals, and we learn the equipment, we learn storytelling. It’s very much a holistic approach.”

The film school offers a virtual screenwriting course, an editing course in Chisholm, and a documentary film production course at Zeitgeist in Duluth.

Starting over the next couple of weeks, each class will meet once a week for two and a half hours over eight weeks.

“The goal for my course is that you can come out of the course and you’re comfortable making a film by yourself by the finish of the course,” said Koshmrl.

The courses will give students access to professional production and editing equipment, helping them create quality content they can use as experience.

You can enroll in any of the three courses through the Zeitgeist Arts website.

The film school plans on adding more courses over time, giving people the opportunity to specialize their skills.

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Austen-Peters’ Collision Course to close film festival

A new film by movie and theatre director and lawyer, Bolanle Austen-Peters, has been selected as the closing film of the African International Film Festival 2021.

This was announced in a statement sent to Saturday Beats.

The statement read, “‘Collision Course’ was selected as the festival closing film from the array of entries the festival received. Festival closing films are typically the centrepiece film of festivals and are important films that satisfy the festival critical screening and review criteria for it to deserve the festival closing night spotlight.”

The movie, which is directed by Bolanle Austen-Peters, and produced by Joseph Umoibom and James Amuta, featured A-list actors like Kalu Ikeagwu, Nobert Young, Chioma Akpotha, Daniel Effiong, Kelechi Udegbe, Ade Laoye, Kenneth Okolie, Bimbo Manuel, Gregory Ojefua, Bamike Olawunmi-Adenibuyan (BamBamCollision), amongst others.

It is a heart-thumping story told in 24 hours that dives into the lives of a law enforcement agent, a young man and some rogue elements.

In its 10th year, AFRIFF is one of the foremost film festivals in Africa and a major player in the showcase of African film and film-makers. The festival will start on November 7.

Paranormal Activity 7 Proves The Franchise Has Run Its Course

Although Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin is making some dramatic changes to the franchise, it actually proves the saga is increasingly irrelevant.

Despite offering a fresh take on the well-worn found-footage haunted house premise, Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin ultimately proves that the horror franchise has run its course. Following in the footsteps of 2015’s Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension, the latest entry in the series attempts to inject some new ideas and energy into the original concept. However, despite some innovation, the film actually provides further proof that one of the most successful horror concepts in recent history can no longer deliver on its initial promise.

Paranormal Activity 7 follows a team of documentary filmmakers as they head to a remote Amish settlement on a search for the main protagonist Margot’s mother. While initially, the crew seems to be welcomed into the community, it quickly becomes clear that all is not as it seems. The filmmakers not only come into conflict with supernatural forces, but also the villagers themselves, who have secretly been worshipping a demon known as Asmodeus. This leads to a terrifying climax in which Margot is forced to come face to face with her true heritage.