Author: Lis-y-Paolo

Paolo Davanzo and Lisa Marr travel the world, sharing movies and music with the masses. At home in Los Angeles, they facilitate community screenings and workshops at the Echo Park Film Center, a non-profit media arts organization.

Wunderbar Together with the Wabi Sabi Super Fun Cinema Organica Summer Tour 2019

This August, we welcomed one of our favorite filmmakers and Super 8 eco-processing goddess Dagie Brundert from Berlin for a cinematic summer ramble around California in the LA AIRport. The tour took us to some of the prettiest spots in the state for a series of free public afternoon filming workshops and evening screenings under […]

7.27.19: A New Haven Farewell

We hate to love you and leave you, New Haven, but our adventure here has come to an end. The highlight, of course, was our time spent with your young visionaries whose passionate creativity and dedication to social justice issues assure us you’re in good hands for the future. But we also loved exploring your […]

7.26.19: It’s About To Get Reel SAP-py!

How can three weeks go by so fast? We learned, we laughed, we explored, we created and today we share the beautiful results of our collective journey with the New Haven community and celebrate art and friendships that will last a lifetime.  Thanks to Helen, Sarah, Shannon, Hannah, Jack and Katie at Artspace, thanks to […]

7.22.19: Home Stretch

Hello Summer Apprenticeship Program Week 3! Editing complete, it’s time to look forward to the big exhibition opening and film premiere happening on… FRIDAY! Zowie! So much to do but there’s still time for a quick visit to the Yale Film Archive where archivist Brian Meacham projects 16mm prints of class city symphonies Manhatta and A […]