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Monday, July 9, 2012

Member News 7.8.12: RIFC Production, Premieres

 July 9 2012
RIFC Production: "Misconceptions"

 

The 7th RIFC Production Committee is happy to announce that "Misconceptions", written by Nicholas Iandolo has been selected as the next official RIFC production.

 

"Misconceptions" was selected out of scripts submitted to productions@rifcfilms.com. The project will be given a $500 stipend from the RIFC and begin production this summer.

 

"Who's directing it", you ask? Why, that would be Evan Hatten whom loyal readers may remember as the editor on RIFC Production #6: "The Chair" (written by James Ferguson and directed by Guy Benoit).

 

We are now accepting applications for: 

Director of Photography

Editor

Production Designer

Production Manager

 

To apply, send a letter of interest to productions@rifcfilms.com and please list the position for which you are applying in the subject line. Links, bios, persuasive arguments, and/or shameless flattery would be advisable ways of making your case.

 

Your current RIFC Production Committee:

 

Allison Barbera (Makeup Artist)

Guy Benoit (Writer/Director)

Nic Carcieri (Director)

Dana Goodman (Producer/Director)

Mark Greene (Writer of emails)

Mike Lacombe (Writer/Director)

Michele Metivier Jacobs (Production)

Michelle Parenteau (Production Design)

Jami Tennille (Actor) 

Joseph Votta (Director/D.P.)

Future RIFC Productions

If you are interested in submitting a script for the next RIFC Production then you are extremely encouraged to do so. We want to be overwhelmed by submissions, so get typing. Details will be announced following picture wrap of "Misconceptions" and you didn't hear it from me, but rumor has it that setting your script in an elevator may just be in keeping with an upcoming theme. Keep in mind your work   should be roughly five pages in length.   

 

"Hey, wait a minute.  How do I get to select scripts, choose directors, hire DPs? That sounds interesting!" If you would like to be on the next RIFC production committee, please send your plea to productions@rifcfilms.com


Temporary Changes at RIFC

Let's have a show of support for Michelle Place-Gleason as she brings her talents to the world of political campaign management. Michelle will be taking a summer hiatus from her duties as Executive Director of the RIFC and Producer of the Providence 48 Hour Film Project but will return following the election season.

Luckily, the RIFC still has a deep reservoir of Michelles from which to dwell.  Michele Metivier Jacobs will be handling some time-sensitive administrative matters as well as helping to keep the space and theater accessible, and Michelle Le Brun has joined the list of volunteers for the 48.  (Shoot an email to
Providence@48hourfilm.com to join her.)

Meanwhile, Summer Interns Andrew Migliori (RISD) will be helping primarily with post-production, and Cali Zimmerman (Connecticut College) is helping with productions.
 
"Murder University" Premiere

Scorpio Film Releasing, creators of "The Disco Exorcist", announce the world premiere for their feature film "Murder University".

CinemaWorld
August 5th 7pm & 9pm
Tickets - $10 (advance tickets available)   


"Murder University" delivers suspense, thrills, and a bloody good time in the spirit of the 80's slasher genre. A series of brutal, cult-like murders are taking place at a New England college. Josh Greene (Jamie Dufault), a shy freshman, is the lone survivor of a series of murders that are reminiscent of a similar string of killings some twenty years prior. As he seeks to uncover the secret behind the attacks, he is joined by Detective Forrester (Michael Thurber), who was instrumental in halting the bloodshed before, and his daughter Meg (Sammi Acampora), who had barely escaped being a victim previously.  
The film is directed by Richard Griffin ("Nun of That"), written by Lenny Schwartz and produced by Ted Marr ("Atomic Brain Invasion") and Kristin Kayala ("The Disco Exorcist").  

As you may have surmised, the film is probably not appropriate for those under the age of seventeen.
 
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In This Issue
"Misconceptions"
Future RIFC Productions
Changes Afoot
Murder University Premiere
A Perfect Day for a Festival
48 Hour Film Project
BC Films at the Cable Car
Upcoming Networking
Screenwriting Workshop
'A Perfect Day For a Picnic' at RIIFF

Congratulations to writer-director Bob Lucas and the cast and crew of "A Perfect Day for a Picnic".  The RIFC Production has been accepted into the 2012 RI International Film Festival!
48 Hour Film Project

Friday the 13th approaches, and that means two things.  Jason Voorhees slashing and dashing his way through a group of obnoxious teens, and the 2012 Providence 48 Hour Film Project Kickoff.  There's still time to register a team and you can do so here.  Also be sure to join the Facebook group
 
July 10 7pm -
July 13 6pm -
July 15 7pm -
July 17-19 -
Aug. 4 - Best Of 
BC Films at the Cable Car 

Bryan Casey Films is having a film night on July 21st 7pm at the Cable Car, including their short "He Never Said a Word". ("A man is unnerved by a late night visit from a mysterious stranger"

 

Networking Event July 10

The second Tuesday of every month: We go around the room at 7:30 for quick introductions, followed by open announcement time. By 8:30, everyone's talking to those whose projects or skill sets seemed helpful or interesting. It's a great venue to find last minute 48HFP team members!

The networking meeting takes place at the Wild Colonial Pub, 250 South Water, Providence, RI.
Screenwriting Workshop 

 

Frequency is holding a screenwriting class which will be taught by Michele Meek.  Experienced writers and novices are all invited to learn to strengthen scenes, characters, structure and pitches.   

 

50 Orchard Ave, Providence, RI

Tuesdays, 7:00 - 9:30 pm

July 10 - July 31     

Cost: $150

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