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Tuesday, August 11, 2009



A mixture of drama and dark deadpan comedy, Pow Pow Pow is a short film that follows Danny, 39, single, as he struggles to figure out his place in society and find a job that suits him. After losing a series of menial jobs for being too emotional or hostile, Danny launches himself as ‘BOBO,’ a children’s birthday party clown, and gets a gig at a large house in the suburbs where he has a moment of unexpected self-reckoning.
The film will be shot in RI between August 17-23.
Otto. 9, spaced out kid, the sort of shy or socially awkward kid... his vibe/energy is not an alpha. This roles films for 2 days.
Dianne Bellino is an independent filmmaker from Rhode Island whose short films and videos have screened extensively at festivals such as SXSW, Hamburg, Maryland, MadCat, New York Underground; on television (MTV); and at various venues such as the RISD Museum and the Coolidge Corner Theatre. Her work has been cited in Artforum, Filmmaker, and Jane magazines, and is distributed by Drag City internationally and Soda Pictures in the UK. She teaches in the Media Arts Department at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, where she was awarded a 2008 film production grant.
Open casting call for boys Sunday – August 2 at 2pm
56 Maple Street
Warwick, RI

On Sunday, the director will be doing quick interviews to narrow down the list of those boys who will then be scheduled at a later date to read from the script.
(This is not an RIFC Production)


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