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This week on October 21st, we’ll be discussing the upcoming 2020 Seattle Film Summit with, Ben Andrews, the founder of the event. The Seattle Film Summit combines the art and business of filmmaking to advance the funding, creation, and distribution of stories that reflect the thriving, socially aware film culture around the world and in the Pacific Northwest. Plus this year is the 1st time the Seattle Film Summit goes digital so virtually anyone can attend!!Plus we will be giving away a $50 B&H Gift Card & tickets to the event during the webcast.Click this link to register here!Sponsor:https://www.shoots.video/PEER to PEER Video & Film Industry Referrals
Video and film editing have one thing in common, there are a ton of different facets involved no matter the size of the production. Register now and join us for a detailed dive into editing for movies, trailers, commercials, music videos and much more.Plus we will be giving away a $50 B&H Gift Card during the webcast! Register Here! Sponsor:https://www.shoots.video/We help businesses find stellar video production companies & professionals.
Crew Talk: Directing on a budget - How to put the money on the screen.Join us on our next Crew Talk episode where we get the straight facts on how to make more for less and get your project both looking and feeling like a million bucks.Register HereSponsor:https://www.shoots.video/We help businesses find stellar video production companies & professionals.
This week we will be exploring the topic of acting in movies vs commercial projects. We’ll answer the questions of how to get paid acting gigs, how to secure an agent or be in a talent agency and what to expect in your career as an actor. We’ll also focus on the demands and perks of the different types of projects actors typically do including narrative, commercial, corporate, etc…Sarah will be interviewing 5 talented actors to gain their insight on working in both industries. Register Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webina...
Watch the event here: SEPTEMBER 5, 2020 | 8PM | DANCE & MUSICWelcome to WILDsound’s Weekly Festival. Every Saturday night 8pm EST/5pm PST. Showcasing the best new films in the world today. Virtual events will always be FREE. Enjoy the show and come back next week (Female Director’s Festival). Here is the program of films. Best of Experimental, Dance, Music Films in the world today. 9 countries in total representing tonight’s festival: Canada, Chili, Finland, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Taiwan, UK, USA 1st ACT – Experimental & Music ANPU – ZOEA, 5min., Taiwan, 5min., Music VideoDirected by POWEI SUMitten crabs have long been viewed as an environmental index for assessing the ecological state of rivers and streams in Taiwan. INSIDE OUT TERRAIN, 4min., USA, ExperimentalDirected by Samia ZaidiA global collaboration between artists in quarantine. The poem written by London based poet, musician, and actor Shay Khan and the performance art by Najah Rizvi of Amman. SOCIALLY DISTANT, 8min., USA, Music VIdeoDirected by Chasity BobinoSocially Distant is a visual album following artist Jeremi “Dende” Lewings through his time during the COVID-19 pandemic with struggles from past loved one & moving on. DER UND DIE, 9min., Germany, Experimental/AnimationDirected by Peter BövingA love poem by Ernst Jandl is the basis for a musical “Tête-à-tête” between a Dresden woman and a Martian. INVERTED GLOAMING, 7min., Chili, Music VideoDirected by MATIAS ALVARADOFor this video clip, TARGET takes the concepts from their latest album Deep Water Flames to bring them to the screen, in an artistic piece that reflects the fight against the tide, in this case represented by the fight for equality of women in this world. BOXED, 9min., USA, Experimental/DocumentaryDirected by Olivia AdelmanThis documentary explores the trauma and emotional aftermath experienced by sexual assault survivor. THE VIRGIN FLOWER, 5min., USA, Animation/ExperimentalDirected by Dylan MontalboBased upon the best-selling indie video-game “Hotline Miami”, The Main Character “Jacket”, receives a message about a gang that has kidnapped an innocent young girl. COLD STORAGE, 9min., Finland, Experimental/DanceDirected by Thomas FreundlichOn a desolate arctic shore, a lonely fisherman discovers his prehistoric counterpart frozen in the ice, and thaws him out as his newfound soul brother. 2nd ACT – DANCE FILMS THROUGH THESE EYES, 3min., USA, DanceDirected by Armeara BlackwellThis video expresses the emotions and frustrations of individuals regarding the recent events. Events like the protests/rioting, police related killings/deaths, racial related killing/deaths. BONDIARIES, 3min., Germany, DanceDirected by Torben LothLuxembourgish dancer & photographer Jill Bettendorff and french dancer Wilfried Ebongue fell in love in the German capital 5 years ago. BEEHIVE, 2min., Italy, DanceDirected by Luigi CoppolaBeehive aims at focusing on the critical part bees plays in the biosphere as a deeply interconnected system. REMEMBER ME, 6min., USA, DanceDirected by Jenn Ravenna TranA poetic short musical film about the ups and downs of a relationship. BELLYDANCE VOGUE, 5min., France, DanceDirected by Hadi Moussally“My birthday was on the 3rd of April 2020, and for the first time, I celebrated it all by myself. EGO, 10min., UK, DanceDirected by Dan ‘danidge’ LowensteinIn EGO, we get a front row seat into the psyche of a relationship. COLD, 10min., Portugal, DanceDirected by João Afonso VazDance work that dresses the theme of alienation, loneliness and cruelty, focusing on the human being and its essence. CLEMENTINE, 7min., Canada, DanceDirected by Chantal Caron« Clémentine » a scream from beyond the viscera between mineral, beast and man.
Join us on our next Webcast where Sarah will be discussing the process of script writing for corporate videos with 5 talented writers.Discussion Topics:- How they got into the industry- Their natural writing style- Multi-column scripts- Tips & best practices- Audience Q&ARegister Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webina...Sponsor:https://www.shoots.video/PEER to PEER Video & Film Industry Referrals
Join us on our next Webcast where Sarah will be discussing getting hired by a production company with a few production companies.Discussion Topics:-Process for hiring support crew.-Process for hiring on camera & voice talent.-Favorite websites for finding talent & crew.-Getting to the top of the vendor list.-Full-time employment.Register HereSponsor:https://www.shoots.video/PEER to PEER Video & Film Industry Referrals
Join us on our next Webcast where Sarah will be discussing the Virtual Production Studios with our friends at Digital2Physical.Discussion Topics:- What is Virtual Production- Equipment and Software- Virtual set vs. Augmented reality- Fun and challenging projects from previous workRegister Here: Crew Talk RegistrationSponsor:https://www.shoots.video/PEER to PEER Video & Film Industry Referrals
Join us on our next Webcast where Sarah will be discussing the Hair & Makeup role with three veteran HMU artists.Discussion Topics:- Advice on starting the journey- Being on set vs off set.- Useful tips and tools - Fun and challenging projects from previous workWhen:July 15th @ 4:00pm PSTSponsor:https://www.shoots.video/PEER to PEER Video & Film Industry ReferralsRegister Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webina...
Join us on our next Webcast where Sarah will be discussing music production with 3 composers.When: Wednesday, June 3rd @ 4:00pm PTDiscussion Topics:- Their process in creating new music- Tools of the trade- Pros & Cons of stock music libraries- Directing music composers- Fun projects & stories from previous workRegister Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_V_K3SECUSPW-9BEXdyzeswPrevious Webcasts:Crew Talk: Voice TalentCrew Talk: Getting into Video & FilmCrew Talk: Director of PhotographySponsor: All Video Production Referrals | Shoots.video Contact us today to book our vetted camera crews for your next shoot! PEER to PEER Video & Film Industry Referrals
DetailsMany documentary filmmakers start their projects without funds, paying for everything out of their own pockets. But, the better the film gets, the more the need for money to improve the film. This class focuses on bringing that money to the table! ---------------------BIO Joanne Butcher has worked extensively with hundreds of filmmakers from the US, UK, Brazil, Cuba, the Caribbean and Latin America. She has been mentored by James Schamus (producer/screenwriter Ang Lee’s The Ice Storm, Crouching Tiger, HIdden Dragon); Ted Hope (producer, In the Bedroom, 21 Grams); Laura Bickford, (producer, Traffic), and Lucy and Luis Carlos Barreto who have made over 200 films in Brazil and produced 2 filmmaker sons who have both been nominated for Oscars. Joanne was the former Director of the Alliance Cinema on Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, IFP/Miami and a founder of IFP/National. She created and spearheaded the Florida Statewide Film Competition that provided $200,000 cash and services to a feature film. She has taught film financing and screenwriting. ZOOM INFO Hi there, You are invited to a Zoom meeting. When: May 19, 2020 04:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Register in advance for this meeting: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUqdOCpqzwpuONIuycYB08lLf8DYY_aFw After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.If you would like to register for the Meetup, you will find out about upcoming classes: RSVP for Meetup