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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Premiere of "The Chair", Film Teaching job, Roving Eye Film Festival, events

 April 23, 2012
RIFC production of "The Chair" screening!
The RIFC official production of "The Chair" will have its premiere screening on Saturday April 28 at 7pm

RIFC's Official projects are backed by the RIFC from pre-production to distribution.

All are welcome to come!

The Chair- Directed by Guy Benoit

Short Drama

Screening on Saturday, April 28 @ 7:00 pm

At the RIFC Theatre 175 Main Street, Pawtucket.

Tickets $5 at the door.

Film Teacher Job Opening
Beacon Charter High School for the Arts, located in Woonsocket, RI, seeks a full-time teacher for its innovative Senior Capstone Film Course beginning in the 2012-2013 academic year.  The course, a graduation requirement for all students, is taught in the senior year.  RI Secondary Teacher Certification required.  English certification highly desired.  IF YOU DO NOT HAVE EXPERIENCE IN FILM, PLEASE DO NOT APPLY!  This tenure-track position requires the ability to handle multiple deadlines and prepare students for public exhibition of their films.  For more information on Beacon, visit www.beaconart.org.  Posting to remain open until mid- to late-May.
Applicants must apply through schoolspring.com
Roving Eye International Film Festival
FLICKERS: Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) and Roger Williams University (RWU) are proud to present the seventh annual Roving Eye International Film Festival. The popular and acclaimed event, celebrating global cinema and artists, will take place April 22-26th, where more than 30 international films will be showcased, many United States premieres. All screenings are free to the general public. Screenings will take place on the campus of Roger Williams University at the Global Heritage Hall, 1 Old Ferry Rd, Bristol, RI.  
The 7th Annual Roving Eye International Film Festival will cover themes ripped from the headlines: returning veterans from the War on Terror; facing PTSD and mental stress; global human rights, international relations and issues addressing sustainability and ecology. This year's Festival will also include Latin-American, Asian and an international film showcase. 
To see a listing of this year's programming and to learn more about the Roving Eye Festival, go to: http://www.film-festival.org/RovingEye.php For more information about films, dates, and venues for the Roving Eye Film Festival, please call 401-861-4445, email info@film-festival.org.
Story Street's Show Ur Shorts
Once Again, Story Street Productions, along with Actor Billy V. and Bobby Kenney invite all New England Filmmakers, Actors, Producer, Directors and Film lovers alike to STORY STREET'S SHOW UR SHORTS, Friday night, June 15th, under the stars, on the patio at THE REHAB, 681 Valley St, Providence, R.I. This is a great opportunity for local artists to show their short films, mingle and meet with others in our growing business. Best short film, as defined by participant voting, shall receive a Show UR Shorts - Audience Choice Award.... Then it's inside to party and dance the night away in one of the coolest new clubs in Providence.

Admission is $15. Seating is limited so advance purchase is advised. Please contact John K. Fiore to submit your short film and please spread the word. You do not want to miss this event.

Film can be any genre and may not exceed 15 minutes in length. Selections are final and based on our panel of judges. 
For more information, see www.facebook.com/events/406870329341356/

SENE Film, Music & Arts Festival Announces Winners
The winners of the 2012 SENE Film Jury Awards are as follows:
Best Feature Film: City of Dreamers
Best Short Film: Portrait of Leonore
Best Documentary Feature: Rap Arabe
Best Documentary Short: After
Best Music Video: Taken Away
Best Experimental Film: The Dance of Time
Best Comedy Short Film: Bip Bip
Best Animated Film: Amaqqut Nunaat
Best LGBT Film: Rain in Summer
Best LGBT Comedy Film: Coffee & Pie
Best Student Documentary: MIJO
Best Student Animated Film: Live Outside the Box
Best Student Music Video: House on Normandy
Best Student Film: Yes Man, Singing Moon (tie)
Best Regional Animated Film: Drive Thru
Best Regional Feature Film: Cost of the Living
Best Regional Short Film: The Fence
Best Regional Comedy Film: Unchained
Best Regional Documentary: For The Love of The Music
Best Regional Music Video: Episode 1: Arrival
Best Regional High School Student Film: Guidance, The Perfect Daughter 
Best Bishop Hendricken Media Arts Program Film: Hula Hoop
RIFC space available to members.
RIFC office and theatre space available to members!


Do you need space for casting, auditions, wardrobe fitting, workshops, seminars or meetings? Or do you want to premiere your movie at the 100 seat Theatre at our space at the Pawtucket Visitors Center? We offer this to RIFC members at very affordable rates.


For more information email: placegleason@rifcfilms.com


Rhode Island Film Collaborative
175 Main St. Pawtucket, RI
To submit information for distribution, go to www.rifcfilms.com/blast.aspx
In This Issue
RIFC's "The Chair" premiere
Film Teacher Job Opening
Roving Eye International Film Festival
Story Street's Show Ur Shorts
SENE Film, Music & Arts Festival Announces Winners
RIFC space available
Discussion Group
Screenplay Workshop
Actors Lab
Upcoming Events-
Discussion Group meet every monday night
Please join us every Monday, at the RIFC Headquarters, 175 Main St, Pawtucket, at 7:30 pm to sit back and watch a feature movie!
Join us tonight for a screening and discussion of That Thing You Do, directed by Tom Hanks.
There is no charge for this event.


Cut the Crap and Write that Damn Screenplay Workshop
Mondays, May 7-21, 7-9 pm
Author Nicholas Iandolo walks you from dissecting the fears and self-conscious excuses that keep you from writing, to blazing a trail through your story and beyond.
Cost: $55 by April 30, $70 after that.
For more information or to reserve your spot in the class, visit rifcfilms.com/classes/ 
RIFC Actors Lab-meets Tuesday April 24
The RIFC Actor's Collaborative is a workshop for actors and aspiring actors to explore, experiment and play. Writers are encouraged to bring material to have read by the group and directors are invited to scope out the talent. If you have never acted before, you will not find a safer or more encouraging environment to give it a shot.And if you're a writer or director looking to try something out (this happens regularly), get in touch through the link below and let us know what would be helpful!

When: 1st and 4th Tuesday of the month. 7 - 9pm.

For more information email info@rifcfilms.com 
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