Level 2 Storytelling Workshop: Make a Bad Video Better on SFCTA’s Roll-Out of Congestion Pricing Study

When you’re stuck in traffic trying to get on the Bay Bridge, do you ever wonder, ‘Can’t something be done about all this congestion?’” Lucky you asked! Come to our storytelling workshop to learn about the congestion pricing policy the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) is considering and how the agency plans to engage the public through the use of video. You’ll get a chance to assist the SFCTA make a “bad” rough cut video on congestion pricing better. You’ll break up into small groups led by professional filmmakers and generate storyboards to improve the “bad” video’s story and message to better connect with the audience. This workshop will not focus on the technical aspects of video production although we will point you to resources. Taking the Level 1 Storytelling Workshop is advised but not required.

Tickets: $15 for single session, $20 for package: Level 1 & 2

Panelists/facilitators:

  • Paige Miller, Senior Communications Manager, SFCTA 
  • Eric Young, Director of Communications, SFCTA
  • Keith Battle, Filmmaker/Educator, Storytelling Workshop Lead Instructor 
  • Leah Nichols, Filmmaker, Small Group Leader 
  • Deana Mitchell, Filmmaker, Small Group Leader
  • Ken Fisher, Filmmaker, Small Group Leader
  • Laetitia Jacquart. Filmmaker, Small Group Leader
  • Serginho Roosblad, Filmmaker, Small Group Leader

Photo by Sergio Ruiz

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