W.Va. Film Office holding seminar for production coordinator hopefuls in Fairmont next month

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FAIRMONT, West Virginia — A training seminar for people wanting to become production coordinators in the film industry is set for next month in Fairmont.

The West Virginia Film Office will hold the seminar June 19 and 20 at the I-79 Technology Park.

Skills training will be provided by the Atlanta-based Film Industry Training Seminars.

Those who complete the training will be eligible for listing in the film office's online Crew and Vendor Directory.

The seminar is free for current military members, $40 for high school seniors and college students, and $50 for directory members.

The public can register for $60. After June 10 that cost increases to $75.

Film Office director Pam Haynes says more than 185 people have been trained in different skill sets at other seminars over the past two years.

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