Established in 2002, the Echo Park Film Center is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit media arts organization located in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The Echo Park Film Center provides equal and affordable access to film/video education and resources via a community microcinema and meeting space, free and low-cost filmmaking classes and workshops, comprehensive small format film equipment rental and resources, and a green-energy mobile cinema/film school.

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  • Established in 2002, the Echo Park Film Center is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit media arts organization located in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The Echo Park Film Center provides equal and affordable access to film/video education and resources via a community microcinema and meeting space, free and low-cost filmmaking classes and workshops, comprehensive small format film equipment rental and resources, and a green-energy mobile cinema/film school. (en)
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  • Paolo Davanzo and Ken Fountain
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  • Established in 2002, the Echo Park Film Center is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit media arts organization located in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The Echo Park Film Center provides equal and affordable access to film/video education and resources via a community microcinema and meeting space, free and low-cost filmmaking classes and workshops, comprehensive small format film equipment rental and resources, and a green-energy mobile cinema/film school. (en)
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  • Echo Park Film Center (en)
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