For the past three weeks, almost a dozen students in grades 7th-12th have been working diligently on mini documentaries as part of the Baranov Museum’s summer film intensive workshop. This is the third year the workshop has taken place, and it typically focuses on one of Kodiak’s many historical events. This year the students tackeled the topic of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill, which occured 25 years ago. On today’s edition of Talk of the Rock, we’ll talk with some of those students about their experiences interviewing locals and learning about Kodiak’s history, in addition to operating filming equipment and editing their own films.
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