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Saturday, October 13, 2012

989 Project, Internships, NOVA

 October 13, 2012
The 989 Project(s)

Anthony Ambrosino and Nicholas Delmenico of The 989 Project have updates on several works.

Almost Human, a locally shot co-production with Channel 83 Films, has a thoroughly R-Rated trailer and one sheet.  Written and directed by Joe Begos, the film was produced by Ambrosino, Delmenico, Begos and Josh Ethier,  Shot throughout Rhode Island during February 2012, the film tells the tale of Seth Hampton, who saw his friend Mark disappear in a brilliant flash of light. Two years later, a string of murders leads Seth to believe that Mark is back.


Jar of Fools is a film adaptation of the commercially successful and critically acclaimed graphic novel of the same name.  Written and to be directed by Ethan Teller, the film is set to begin production in Rhode Island in winter 2012 / spring 2013.   

"Over the last few months we have attached tremendous talent to the project, both cast and crew, and we cannot wait to announce the team publicly." - 989's Ambrosino & Delmenico 

 

They also wrapped production on "Urgent" (written and directed by Carl V. Dupre), shared a teaser for their upcoming short "Bombs" and spoke at the PFF's Tax Credit Panel

 

If you would like to work with The 989 Project, please send a letter of interest, resume, or demo reel to  info@the989project.com. 

Providence Pictures' "Forensics on Trial"

"Innocent people go to prison while criminals walk free.
But never fear! Virtual autopsies, 3D fingerprints, and avatar detectives are putting the science back in forensic science to make sure getting away with murder becomes a thing of the past."

Providence Pictures is proud to announce that its latest film, 
"FORENSICS ON TRIAL", will premiere on Wednesday, October 17 at 9pm as part of PBS's Nova.  Watch the promo.
 
For more info and to keep up with Providence Pictures news,
visit them on Twitter and Facebook.  

Official Call for Entries

The next RIFC Official Production will create several shorts - all set in an elevator. Scripts will be assessed based on fun, quality and feasibility of production. While scripts of all length will be considered, we prefer scripts in the 5-6 page area.

Submit a script or address questions to productions@rifcfilms.com.
 
Some of the more date-obsessed among you have inquired as to a deadline.  We shall accept submissions through the end of the year - but as we're mainly just saying that so you'll stop asking, this date is subject to change. 

Note: this is not a glass elevator, and does not have a hatch in the roof. Other than that, you can add an elevator operator, emergency phone, and decide how many floors in the building - these can all be changed to match a script.
Rhode Island Film Collaborative
 
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In This Issue
The 989 Project
Forensics on Trial
Ups and Downs
PCFF Intern
Web Design Internship
GiveMe5
RIFC Membership
Networking Meeting
Providence Children's Film Festival Seeks Intern

Founded in 2009, the PCFF
offers children, teens and families an alternative to traditional film venues; and also sponsors educational workshops through which children can learn about film and film making techniques.

The PCFF now seeks a part time intern for immediate start.
The festival takes place February 14-19, with additional educational programming and screenings thought the fall and spring.

The internship involves a wide variety of duties; including an invitation to the PCFF film jury.  For a full description of the position and its responsibilities, click here and resumes can be sent to Brenda Shannon.
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L.A. Web Design Internship

Looking to do an unpaid web design internship with a well established production company? Email mclacombe@cox.net with your resume.

This is a great way to get your foot in the door along with establishing LA contacts. The best part is you can do it from home! Please email a resume and a cover letter with your contact information and it will be forwarded off.

GiveMe5    

GiveMe5 is pleased to announce its first annual Media Teacher Lab, October 22, from 3:30-6:30 PM, at the Providence campus of URI Admission is free, but space is limited so register now!   

 

The featured topic is:  Copyright and Fair Use: Yes, You Can Use Copyrighted Materials for Youth Media and Media Literacy, presented by Professor Renee Hobbs, Director of the Harrington School of Communication and Media.   

 

Note: This is targeted to people who work with children in educational settings, and not a general copyright workshop for filmmakers.    

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Next RIFC Networking Meeting

7pm November 13
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