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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Casting Moonrise Kingdom & Edge Infinity Studios, "Fixing America", camera man needed

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 May 3,  2011
Casting Moonrise Kingdom

As many of you know, we are working on MOONRISE KINGDOM, directed by Wes Anderson


This is shooting in Rhode Island, May and June and we are seeking BACKGROUND ACTORS.

ADULTS

In general we are seeking SAG Adults for this film - for BACKGROUND WORK.
 

Please respond here if you're interested - and if you've already responded....you're good then, no need to do it twice. I will be in touch.
 

BOYS (union and non-union)

11 years old to 15

(you must be 11 by May 13 - but if you're over 15 and still LOOK 15, that's fine)

 

here's what I need from you if you're interested

 

MUST BE AVAILABLE May 13 AND May 21

(there may be additional days but we can't consider you for those unless you are available May 13 AND MAY 21)

 

YOUR NAME

YOUR DATE OF BIRTH

YOUR HEIGHT

YOUR WEIGHT

and if you have any SCOUTING EXPERIENCE - please let me know.

UNION STATUS (SAG, AFTRA or NON)

 

WE ARE ALSO SETTING UP WARDROBE FITTINGS

Fittings may include hair cuts if that's necessary.

 

Fitting are done in Middletown , Rhode Island

this week - Tuesday through Friday

3:30-6;30

Hourly

10 boys and hour

 

If you're interested - drop me a not with the above info and your Fitting Time and Date Preference - and we'll try to accommodate you.

--

LDI

401.226.4677


www.ldicasting.net

 

This is not an RIFC production
Casting for Edge Infinity Studios
Edge Infinity Studios LLC is casting for upcoming Pilot Shoot.

- 50-90 y/o Asian/Japanese-looking actor to play role in upcoming Pilot Demo. $100/day. 
Needed on May 21st.

 

- 40's - Quirky male Caucasian actor to play Janitor. Stipend.

 

- A Young Walter Cronkite impersonator

 

Stay in touch with our facebook group for casting and crew notices "Edge Infinity Studios LLC"
And send headshots and resume to contact@edgeinfinity.com
  
This is not an RIFC production
"Fixing America"

The 989 Project is proud to announce, in collaboration with Stephen P. Laffey and Stephen T. Skoly, the filming of the feature length documentary Fixing America. Currently in production, Fixing America will raise relevant questions about the state of our country and attempt to get to the core of the issues by speaking with Americans from across the United States.  Discussing not only the problems we are facing, but also the possible solutions that can lead us to a better future, the film will represent opinions ranging from everyday Americans to experts on policy.  

Currently on the road, crew members, including director Anthony Ambrosino (Sleather) and director of photography Jeff Hoffman (The Corporation), are making sure to keep everyone up to date on their progress.  Daily videos can be found at www.fixingamericamovie.com, and help showcase the true vision behind this documentary.  After making their way across the United States, the crew will return back to Rhode Island where post production will commence at The 989 Project's studio with the editor Fred Tindall. 

Make sure you are staying up on the issues and sharing your opinions with us at www.fixingamericamovie.com. To see more work from The 989 Project, visit www.the989project.com.
Camera man needed-Save the Bay

Save the Bay needs a person to help shoot their Bay Partners Graduation on Monday May 9 from 9am - 1 pm.
There will be a large group of Providence students who are completing a multi-year set of programs.  There will be lots of activities and some speeches that will need to be documented. 
No editing needed.
This is not a paid gig. 

For more information contact:  Rebekah at
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
Casting Moonrise Kingdom
Casting Edge Infinity Studios
Fixing America
Cameraman needed
Comedy Connection
Documentary Group
Networking Meeting
Acting/Auditioning classes
Warm up guy at the Comedy Connection
"Ever wonder what it would be like to be part of a live Hollywood studio audience?"
  
At 8pm on Thursday, May 5th at the Comedy Connection in East Providence (39 Warren Ave   www.ricomedyconnection.com      401-438-8383), I will be directing the debut of a one man, audio-visual show starring Bob Perlow,   We willl have another performance on May 12 as well.
For the past 15 years, Bob was the opening warm-up comic on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno.  Previous to that, Bob wrote, and/or warmed up on such hits as "Friends", "Two and A Half Men", "Laverne and Shirley", "Mork and Mindy", "Coach", "Will and Grace" and many more shows.
  
I hope you will join us for a fun night of laughter and unpredictability!
Documentary Group

 

The next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 5 th at 7:00 p.m. at the RIFC headquarters

in the Pawtucket Armory,

172 Exchange Street, Pawtucket

  
Networking Meeting

 

Tuesday,

May 10, 2011

7:00 pm

At the Wild Colonial

250 South Water Street, Providence


Come meet other members of the RI Film Collaborative and share ideas, find out about upcoming productions, events and what is going on with your fellow independent filmmakers.

 

We look forward to seeing you there!

There is no charge for this event.
Acting/Auditioning Classes 

 

Tuesdays, May 24 - June 14, 2011
5:00 -7:30

RIFC, 172 Exchange St. Pawtucket

Instructor Carolyn Pickman
Guest Instructor TBD


Price: $189 until May 17th $209 after that

 

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: www.rifcfilms.com

 

 

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