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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Talent Showcase monday, 48 Hr registration open, Editing with Final Cut class, Screening/Discussion group relaunched

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 May 18, 2011
RIFC SPRING TALENT SHOWCASE

Mon, May 23

at The Comedy Connection, 39 Warren Ave,

East Providence:

Actors, Singers, Musicians, Dancers, Martial Artists & other performers will have the chance to audition & showcase their craft in front of PVD48HFP (Providence 48 Hr Film Project) team leaders, as well as directors & producers of indie film, theater & music companies from the northeast, and 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.

Registration for 48 Hour Film Project open

Hello, filmmakers, friends & fans of the 48HFP:

 

Today is the day! The Providence 48 Hour Film Project is officially open for registration! This is looking to be our biggest year yet!

On Fri, July 15, through Sun, July 17, you can join hundreds of filmmakers and make a movie in 48 hours! That's right... write, shoot, edit and score a short film in 48 hours. Then see it premiered up on the big screen!

 

The 48 Hour Film Project is going to over 100 cities spanning all six

continents this year. Which one of you will make the best short film torepresent Providence against teams from around the world vying for the title of "The Best 48 Hour Film of 2011"?

 


To register go to:

 

Body of Proof not to return to RI

 

ABC announced that the show was renewed for a second season a few days ago, but on Friday actress Jeri Ryan Tweeted that it would be shot in LA. Steven Feinberg, executive director of the RI Film and Television Office, confirmed this news today. 

 

The first season, comprised of nine episodes, finishes tomorrow night. It was filmed entirely in Rhode Island, with the sound stage and production offices in Warwick and other scenes shot at various locations around Providence, including the iconic GTECH building.  

The filming of the show was financially advantageous to the state, as in addition to the money made from the filming rights, it created hundreds of new jobs and extra roles for Rhode Islanders.

 

Lead actress Dana Delaney and others involved in the show seemed to enjoy working in RI, but clearly other factors have played into the decision to move the show to California. Most of the actors live primarily in California, and reportedly "family obligations" of the show's executive producer Matthew Gross influenced the move as well. 

The Autism Project seeks videographer

 

The Autism Project is seeking a filmmaker/videographer who would be willing to donate their time and talent to record the fashion show and have copies available for any of the models or designers who may want one. They can pay a small fee to cover the cost of the CD/DVD and postage.
The event starts at 6 pm. The fashion show segment starts after dinner around 7:30-7:45 and runs about 45 minutes. They aim to have the event complete no later than 9 pm. 

There is also an after-party on Federal Hill which many attend. As long as s/he is over the age of 21, the volunteer is more than welcome to join, network, pass out cards, etc. Credit will aslo be given in the program book.

A request that the person behave and dress professionally (no tshirts/jeans/sneakers/baseball caps), be punctual, and prompt with communications... A beginner or film student is fine or need for community service hours.

Anyone who is interested is welcome to contact me directly at olgabeauti@cox.net or call me at 401-353-4656

The charity's website is theautismproject.org . An article about last year's show is under "events".. then click on "fashion show"
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
Spring Talent showcase next week
Registration for 48 Hr Film project
Body of Proof not in RI
Videographer needed
Screening/Discussion group
Editing class
Acting/Auditioning class
Screening/Disscussion group

On thursday June 9th, the RIFC will be relaunching the Screening/Discussion group.  It will be held at the Roots Cafe located at 276 Westminster Street, Providence starting at 6 pm.
Come and screen a film and stay after to discuss

This is a great place to sharpen your critiquing skills and meet other film friends.

 

Suggestions for first film can be sent to info@rifcfilms.com

 

 Food and drinks can be purchased there.

 

There is no charge for this event.

Editing with Final Cut Workshop

 

Six Thursdays,
June 9th - July 14, 2011
6:30 -9:00 pm 

Bishop Hendricken High School,

2615 Warwick Avenue

Warwick, RI 02889

Instructor Mark Fogarty

Price: $240 until May 31st $260 after that

Description

Learn the basics of film editing using Final Cut Pro editing software. In this six-week class we will study the principles of film editing while learning the ins-and-outs of Final Cut Pro. We will cover editing workflows, compositing, editing multi-camera sequences and using green screen. A guest speaker will also discuss the profession of editing from a studio perspective.

To register go to: www.rifcfilms.com
  
Acting/Auditioning classes
  
Tuesdays, May 31 - June 21, 2011
5:00 -7:30
RIFC, 172 Exchange St. Pawtucket

Instructor: Carolyn Pickman

 

Price: $189 until May 24th $209 after that

 

Description

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 register go to: www.rifcfilms.com

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

 

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