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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Last chance for Acting workshop, Editing Intern needed, Doc Screenwriter needed, Give me 5 teen festival

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 April 26, 2011
Last chance!
Auditioning and Acting in Front of the Camera with Carolyn Pickman-starts tonight 4/26 

 

 

Tuesdays, April 26- May 17, 2011

6:30 - 9:00

  RIFC, 172 Exchange St. Pawtucket
3rd floor

 

Instructor Carolyn Pickman

Guest Instructor Michael Corrente

 

 
Price:  $209

Description This course addresses the question, "How do I give an exceptional audition?"

 

 

Get the call back, book the job - or just learn to work the camera like a pro. Practice and insightful coaching are the keys to improving your ability to work with the camera, and your comfort with it.

Carolyn Pickman brings actual audition material from television commercials, corporate videos, and film scripts. Participants will be videotaped in a mock audition setting at each class. Students will review the videos and learn to prepare, and adjust their performances for the camera, take direction, and learn tricks of the trade - both in auditioning successfully, and in effectively conveying character and presence through the lens of the camera.

Carolyn walks you through auditioning step-by-step, pointing out the pitfalls to avoid and giving an insider's view on what industry pros look for. Students are welcome to repeat this course - different material is always added.
 

 

To sign up, go to: rifcfilms.com/education.aspx

 
Editing Intern needed

Request from the 989 Project:

 

We are looking for an editing intern who will work with our editor on a feature length documentary that is currently in production. We need someone to help with transcoding footage, syncing audio to video, cataloging media, etc. This is a great experience for someone looking to gain more experience with film editing. This position is for film credit only and future professional considerations. We need someone with full time availability, Mon-Fri, starting ASAP through May 20. If interested, please send resume and and relevant demos or links.

Contact Person:

Nick Delmenico


 

Company/Organization: 
The 989 Project

Contact Phone: 
401-943-3996

Contact Email: 
Info@the989project.com

This is an unpaid internship.
This is not a RIFC production
Documentary Screenwriter/Concept Development needed

 

 
PL-AIDS (Partners in Learning about AIDS) is a media-based nonprofit focused on developing advocacy projects for HIV prevention. Right now, the organization is working on a one-hour advocacy-related documentary about healthcare access to post-exposure prophylaxis for HIV. At this point, we are looking for:

This not a RIFC production

Documentary Screenwriter/Concept Development: This person would be responsible for reworking the existing script under development by the main writer and would become a co-writer of the script. Only individuals with experience in screen writing and concept development should respond. We are looking for people with a very creative vision and have experience with documentaries.The specific project would involve the writing of a few short scenes that could be integrated into a larger, preexisting storyline. 

 

For more information contact Gavin Myers at gmyers@plaidsproject.org


Give me 5 RI Teen festival
 
WHAT: Rhode Island Teen Film Festival, with Feedback from Professionals

WHEN: Saturday, May 21, 2011, 12:30-5:30 PM , Bishop Hendricken High School Theatre, Warwick              

WHO: For filmmakers ages 13-18, from Rhode Island school & community media education programs

 

The Media Education Team of the RI Arts Learning Network is sponsoring year three of GiveMe5-a special event for teens to showcase their 5-minute films and get feedback from professionals.  This year, GiveMe5 will be held at Bishop Hendricken High School's theatre, 2615 Warwick Avenue, Warwick.   The pizza dinner celebration, group award and photo shoot of all participants will be held immediately following. 

 

For more information go to:  http://www.giveme5ri.org/

or call Sherilyn Brown at 222-6994, or e-mail sherilyn.brown@arts.ri.gov

Rhode Island Film Collaborative
 
401.484.RIFC
172 Exchange St. Pawtucket, RI
 
To submit information for distribution, go to www.rifcfilms.com/blast.aspx
In This Issue
Last chance for acting class
Editing Intern needed
Screenwriter/Concept Development
Give me 5- teen festival
Horrow group
Upcoming Event- Talent Showcase
Horror group
 
Our next RIFC Horror Group Meeting has been confirmed for this Thursday, April 28th at 8pm in Horace Mann 193 on the Rhode Island College Campus.
  
Feel free to bring any movie you would like to view and we will vote on the one we will choose to watch at the beginning of the meeting. Also, please try and bring a friend so that the group can keep expanding and become something even more. Thanks and hope to see you there. 
RIFC SPRING TALENT SHOWCASE -
  

Mon, May 23

@ The Comedy Connection, 39 Warren Ave, Ea. Providence:
Actors, Singers, Musicians, Dancers, Martial Artists & other performers will have the chance to audition & showcase their craft in front of
PVD48HFP team leaders, as well as directors & producers of indie film,
theater & music companies from the northeast, as well as our local
celebrity judges, the cast of NBC 10's Rhode Bytes! There will also be
technical stations for DPs & other crew to showcase their talents. Drinks
& light food available for purchase.
  
Doors open at 7 PM; no cover.
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