Level 2 Storytelling Workshop – Case Study: Treasure Island Autonomous Shuttle
The SF Urban Film Fest is excited to partner with San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) on an intensive hands-on Level 2 Storytelling Workshop which will build upon the basics taught in the Level 1 Storytelling Workshop and apply the lessons learned to an urban planning process that is happening in real time – the implementation of the autonomous shuttle on Treasure Island. The SFCTA is developing an autonomous vehicle shuttle to help people get around the island and reduce single-occupancy vehicle trips because the population is expected to grow by more than 20,000 residents over the next 20 years. Working in small groups of 5 led by a team leader who is a storyteller/media maker, participants will develop a communication campaign for eliciting public feedback on the autonomous shuttle.
SFUFF strongly recommends completing the Level 1 workshop prior to taking the Level 2 workshop.
This workshop was postponed due to a family emergency. It has been rescheduled to Feb 10, 2019. Your ticket is transferable to the new date. We also offer refunds, and are sorry for any inconvenience.
San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) and Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)
Opening Remarks and Overview of the Treasure Island Transportation Plan:
Eric Young and Paige Miller, Communications Officers, San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA)
Keith Battle, Filmmaker and Educator, Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC)
Fay Darmawi, Founder and Executive Producer, SF Urban Film Fest
Break-Out Group Leaders:
Ken Fisher, filmmaker
Maria Judice, filmmaker
Omeed Manocheri, multi-mediamaker
Leah Nichols, filmmaker
Susie Smith, filmmaker
Avni Shah, filmmaker
Doors open at 2:30 pm
1.5 CM credits
Tickets: $25 early bird/$30 at the door
Refund Policy: Tickets are non-refundable