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When Juan Robles left to teach overseas we stopped having the Friday Filmmakers Coffee Networking in Las Cruces. This networking opportunity is like the Coffee Days at Beck's Coffee. All creatives from Stage32 are welcome to attend. Bring a friend, they do not need to be a member of stage32 to network with us. Bring your business cards and tell us what projects you have happening or about to happen. April 28th, 2018 from 11:00am-2:00pm. 2601 West Hadley Ave. Las Cruces, NM.
***NOTE - screening time has moved up to 5:30PM***Saturday, August 19, 2017 @ 5:00pm 5:00pm-5:30pm - red carpet & pre-show cocktail reception 5:30pm - 7:30pm (screening) Harmony Gold Theater 7655 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90046 LIVE EVENT: Red Carpet & pre-screening cocktail reception: 5:00pm, Screening: 5:30pm - come meet the Stage 32 team & short film program filmmakers! Stage 32 is honored to present to you the 2nd Stage 32 Short Film Program at the 2017 Hollyshorts Film Festival. This program was curated by the incredible industry executives who judged our First Annual Short Film Contest and features 7 amazing directors (from 4 countries) all with bright futures ahead. You are taking part in a unique and exclusive event. Following the screening will be a live Q&A with our Founder & CEO, Richard Botto, and our filmmakers. Once again, congratulations to all the filmmakers and the Stage 32 team looks forward to meeting you at the screening! Congratulations To The 2017 Stage 32 Short Film Program Filmmakers: “Must Escape” directed by Vadyam Shapran (Ukraine) – A man discovers he’s the protagonist in a cliché, short student film and struggles to get out of it.“Sisters” directed by Taylor Shortall (US) – Part exercise of passion, and part love letter, "Sisters" is a fragment of some lost, tragic opera.“Monsters” directed by Steve Desmond (US) – Jenn lives in an underground bunker with her family, protected from the monsters that now ravage the world. This is the day that she goes outside…“Eliza” directed by Mikko Lopponen (Finland) – When a vicious drug gang discovers they’ve been infiltrated by an undercover cop, they move in killing him and leaving his wife stranded – little did they know that they just signed their own death warrants.“Dryad” directed by Thomas Vernay Cumulus (France) – The wind blows and lightning approaches ominously, while a knight escorts a damsel through the woods. He can sense the end is near."The Light in the Afternoon" directed by David Steiner (France) - He had no family, no father, no model. No one had told him life was just... that. When he ran into her after 7 years, she suggested it.“Six Letter Word” directed by Lisanne Sartor (US) – An unlikely mother is forced to come to terms her young son’s autism after an unexpected encounter with one her johns.
Please join Assistant Organizer Stephen Lombardo on Wednesday April 25th from 6:45pm-8:45pm at the McCowan Memorial Library for a table read and critique. Please bring a short scene with you to share with the group, or just come to critique.
Come and hang out with Stage32ers in NYC or attending Tribeca. There will be great people (including Stage 32's Web Developer Extraordinaire Tomasz Mieczkowski), appetizers, and a cash bar.Bring your business cards and get ready to network!
This meetup should be a good spring get together. There are a few projects going on all over the metroplex. New projects are being planned, and parts are being cast in some film productions. We just finished filming on location for Dark Eye Films out in the bush. Very adventurous film genre. Many great and moving scenes captured on film. Some behind the scenes photos have been posted on facebook. I posted a couple of photos from the Fanexpo Comic Con we attended in Dallas last week. Ben Affleck and Jason Mamoa were in attendance for photo sessions with fans. Many other stars were there also. Come on out and get involved. Meet some new people coming out to see our group. See you there.
Mississippi Film Makers should get to know each other. I meet lots of folks at the Movie Theater. Together we can make $5 Tuesdays at the theater a place to get to know other film makers. This is not a paid thing. I'm just doing this as a way to connect local folks. I meet young and old filmmakers who say "I can't find anyone to work with here." I hate excuses. Lets solve the problem together and make new friends. -josh B
Please join us on Tuesday April 17th from 7-9pm at the McCowan Memorial Library in Pitman, NJ. From 7:00-7:30pm, you can network with your fellow screenwriters and filmmakers. Then at 7:30pm, the craft lecture will begin on From Outline to Scenes. After you have finished your outline, how do you decide which scenes really need to be in your film, and equally as important, which ones don't? While your blueprint may change, most writers benefit from fleshing out their outline and creating a scene list. There are many advantages to having a solid story structure in place, especially later at the rewrite stage. Join us and learn how to take your script from outline to scenes and the benefits of doing so. After the lecture there will be time for Q&A.
The Royal Starr Arts Institute, a non-profit organization helping to build and connect the filmmaking community in Metro Detroit Michigan, has teamed up with Emagine Theaters to host a free to attend networking event on the second Tuesday of every month at Emagine Theaters in Royal Oak, called Filmmaker Community Mixer. Admission to the mixer is absolutely free, business cards and headshots are encouraged. The next mixer will be held on April 10th at Emagine Theaters in Royal Oak. Local director Bruce Clifton will be accepting headshots for his upcoming feature film, and local photographer Dau Yang will be taking headshots. RSVP on MichTix.com to skip the registration line at event and for your chance to win two VIP passes to the Royal Starr Film Festival in October.
SPECIAL EVENT: Thursday April 5th. 7pm. Regal L.A. LIVE Cinemas. 1000 W Olympic Blvd. See the Full Program of Films - and RSVP your tickets 1st ACT - Showcase of the best of DOCUMENTARY Short Films. 2nd ACT - Showcase of the best of FEMALE LEADS Short Films. All multiple award winning short films. The best films from around the world in the last year! Must see festival for any film fan, while maintaining our audience feedback format. This is the festival where the audience is the main character. Check out the program page and to RSVP your tickets by emailing the festival on the program page, or simply by replying to this email and stating the # of tickets you require. You can come for FREE or make a donation on the night. Or, you can RSVP on the program page and make a donation via paypal or credit card. Giving you films from all corners of the world in different genres and formats.
Whether you are actively writing, or one of those people who are always planning to start, one thing's for sure- you need a location. Can you write at home, work, or anywhere opportunity lends itself? Yes, but often those places are filled with distractions that strangle the imagination and breed procrastination. If you are looking for a serene location, with likeminded creatives, join Assistant Organizer Stephen Lombardo at the SJS monthly Writers Refuge at the McCowan Memorial Library from 6:45-8:30pm.
Film Con Hollywood Spring 2018 Register Now! https://www.filmconhollywood.com/register-now/ Join Los Angeles’s most interactive and exciting film convention, March 24, 2018, at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Attendees Include: From aspiring filmmakers, student filmmakers, and obsessive cinephiles. All ages are welcome! Features: Meet members from major studios such as Disney, Netflix, Paramount, Warner Brothers and much more.Meet Agents, Managers, Casting Directors, Distributors, Film Financiers, Actors, Directors, and Cinematographers.Q/A, Panels, Interview with Industry Professionals.4-hour private workshops with industry professionals.Networking party with Industry Professionals.A chance to win $1,000 in 3 categories for a short film.Pitch Script to producers Red Carpet and Photo-Booth Event.
Please join us on Thursday March 22nd from 7-9pm at the McCowan Memorial Library in Pitman, NJ. From 7:00-7:30pm, you can network with your fellow screenwriters and filmmakers. Then at 7:30pm, the craft lecture will begin on From Outline to Scenes. After you have finished your outline, how do you decide which scenes really need to be in your film, and equally as important, which ones don't? While your blueprint may change, most writers benefit from fleshing out their outline and creating a scene list. There are many advantages to having a solid story structure in place, especially later at the rewrite stage. Join us and learn how to take your script from outline to scenes and the benefits of doing so. After the lecture there will be time for Q&A.