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Monday, November 21, 2011

Black & White Dec 3!!! Various crew positions,RISD job, Discussion group mondays

 November  21, 2011
RIFC Annual Black & White fundraising party-Come to the best party of the year!

The Rhode Island Film Collaborative's Annual RIFC Holiday Black and White Fundraiser will take place on Saturday, December 3rd at 7 pm at the Pawtucket Visitors Center -175 Main Street, Pawtucket RI. The Fundraiser asks participants to wear black or white, and this year's theme will be classic Black & White horror films. 

The evening will be full of surprises, include door prizes, raffle prizes, ongoing footage from classic black & white horror films, games, a great DJ, dancing, and cameo appearances from local film personalities.

The event starts at 7pm and is open to all. Tickets are $20 which includes 1 drink ticket. There will be food and a cash bar, as well more raffles and entertainment. People can get tickets in advance through the RIFC website (www.rifcfilms.com).



Crew needed

   

RIFC member Margo Guernesy is producing a documentary film. The film will be a multi-year project following Carmen Castillo, room attendant at the Westin Hotel, who just won the Democratic Primary for Ward 9 of the Providence City Council. She is expected to win the general election on Nov. 29th. The goal is to document her journey and transition from making beds to making laws. 

She is actively fundraising, but does not have any money as of yet.  She needs a videographer who is willing to donate time and equipment to capture a few key moments that she doesn't want to lose: Election Night (Nov. 29th), Oath of Office (TBD), a few interviews that she wants to get done to capture the energy and outlook of key participants from the beginning.  

Also a soundperson will be needed.

 

For more information contact Margo at :margoguernsey@gmail.com
 
Haven Bros. movie needs PA's
 
Jeff Toste of the Ramp Media Lab is making a documentary about Haven Brothers Diner of Providence, RI. "Haven Bros." is the oldest operating American diner on wheels--selling late night diner food for over 100 years.

 

They are looking for two more Production Assistants. This is an entry level position, and you may be asked to do any number of odd tasks. Availability to work late night on occasion is helpful but not essential. Most important is reliability and professionalism. These positions are budgeted for stipends, and would be able to start immediately.

 

Down the road, they will also be looking for some SFX / titling assistance.

The film will be a feature length documentary shown in festivals, area theaters, PBS, and ultimately DVD.

 

If you're interested or would like more information, please send your resume with three references and information about why you want to work on the film to Jeff at havenbrothersmovie@gmail.com

AD, research and creative needed
   

Paul Roselli of VideoZ is looking for an AD, a research assistant and a creative staff to handle set design, props and wardrobe for "These Three Words," a documentary on recent advances in brain cancer research. The documentary will begin pre-production in January, and is being shot with support from national health organizations. The positions are part-time, and are budgeted for stipend compensation.

 

If you're interested, please forward resume or qualifications directly to Paul A. Roselli at proselli@cox.net

 

 

This is not an RIFC production.

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In This Issue
Black & White FundraisingParty
Crew needed
Haven Bros movie
Various crew needed
Teaching Position at RISD
Discussion Group every monday
 
Teaching position at RISD in Digital +Media 
 
Rhode Island School of Design seeks a forward-thinking artist/designer, educator, and scholar for the
position of Assistant Professor in its highly regarded Graduate Department of Digital + Media. The successful candidate will be an artist/designer working with emergent technologies and engaged in understanding their relationship to other media, disciplines and debates within contemporary theory and reflexive practice. The Department of Digital + Media has an interdisciplinary structure and reach, with strong connections to RISD's 15 other graduate departments and programs, as well as with neighboring Brown University. The position offers a unique opportunity for a dynamic intellectual and creative individual to help guide the department in collaborative explorations of advanced art, design, and research practices within the contemporary cultural environment of ubiquitous digital media. For more information about the department, please see:
http://dm.risd.edu/about/.

 

Applicants should have a terminal graduate degree in a relevant field, or equivalent experience; a
substantial record of teaching at the college or university level; and a strong record of research and
creative work.
RIFC Discussion group meets weekly-
This weeks screening: 
Pan's Labyrinth  
The RIFC discussion group will be meeting weekly  to review and discuss different movies. It will meet on

Monday nights, 6:30 - 9:30.
at the Providence Social Club
71 Richmond Street, Providence 

At 6:30, we will play an opening short if you have one you would like to show, let us know. Discuss the short immediately after we will show the feature and discuss.

 The November 20 movie is Pan's Labyrinth
November 27 - District 9
December 5 - Sweeny Todd
If you love movies come on down!

There is no charge for this event.

 

 
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