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PostSubject: Idaho Film Office Update   Sat Mar 20, 2010 11:20 am

March-April Film Industry Events, Workshops and Calls for Entries

SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 2010: Production 101 technical workshop covering three main areas: Camera, Grip & Lighting and Sound. $35/$20 Members. Sponsored by Idaho Media Professionals. Instructors: Dave Butler brings over 20 years of experience to the camera portion. Dan Allers has lit more than 520 live stage productions and dozens of television shows and will direct the grip & lighting portion. Sharon Larson , with 20 years of experience as a sound engineer, will condlude the day with the sound portion. 9am-4pm (one hour lunch); Doors open at 8:30. Nampa Civic Center, 311 3rd St. S, Nampa, ID; 208 468-5500 - $35 ($20 for IMP members). Bring a friend and they are half off $17.50/$10 (Space is limited. Ticket purchase in advance is recommended.) Send check or money order to: Idaho Media Professionals, Production 101, Box 1406, Boise ID 83701.


Film Industry Panel Discussion - April Fettucini Forum in Boise

The popular gathering The Fettucine Forum will feature the topic of The Film Industry in Idaho on April 1, 2010 at 5pm at the Rose Room in Boise, 718 W. Idaho (upstairs). Panelists: Peg Owens, Idaho Film Office; Sandra Cavanaugh, Silverdraft Studios; Travis Schwarz, Clockriders; Lorena Davis, North by Northwest Productions and Josie Pusl, The Flicks. Presented by the BSU Center for History and Politics. 2009-2010 schedule



SAG WORKSHOP APRIL 3

Saturday, April 3: SAG Workshop. $30/Advance; $40/at the door; presented by Act Across America! What you need to know about the Screen Actors Guild, especially in a right-to-work state like Idaho. A must for actors, producers, production managers, directors and others in the industry. Instructor: Catrine McGregor-Unger, CSA, a producer and casting director who has worked in the business for over 30 years. Register via: c.mcgregor@mindspring.com.


Monday Night Actor's Workout

Ongoing Scene Study Class. Acting is a skill that takes practice. Join a weekly Monday night workout to playfully explore your talent no matter how long you have been acting. $15 per class. Instructors: Catrine McGregor-Unger and Hollis Welsh. 200 Broad St., Boise. 7pm-10pm. 18 and older unless you request permission from instructors. Drop in or contact: actinboise@gmail.com or c.mcgregor@mindspring.com.


FILM FESTIVALS' CALLS FOR ENTRIES

The Wyoming Short Film Contest is open for entries. Submit videos online at www.wyomingshortfilmcontest.com. $25,000 first prize for winning entry with a Wyoming storyline, featuring Wyoming, or presents the state as a major character. Due date: April 30, 2010; No entry fee. Any style or genre of film. Up to 15 minutes long (not including credits). Prize: $25,000 towards next project shot in Wyoming.

i48 | 2010 - 7th annual Idaho Forty Eight Hour Film Competition and Festival. Teams of filmmakers from anywhere in Idaho will have 48 hours to write, pre-produce, cast, shoot, and edit an original short film 4-7 minutes long. A week later, all completed films will be screened at the Flicks in Boise, followed by a “Best Of i48” Screening and Awards Ceremony at the Egyptian Theater. Subsequent screenings will be held in other participating cities throughout Idaho. Competition: June 4-6, 2010; Register by May 15; Fee: $50 (After May 15: $100); Screening: Saturday, June 12 at The Flicks; Best of i48 : Sunday, June 13 at The Egyptian. Download entry packet at: revivalpictures.com/i48.html. Send questions to: i48 Directors Andrew Ellis (208 761-0994), or Gregory Bayne.

17th Annual Austin Film Festival Screenplay and Teleplay Competitions. Due dates: Screenplay Competition: May 15th – Early Deadline ($40); June 1st – Late Deadline ($50); Teleplay Competition: June 1st – Final Deadline ($30). For more information, please visit www.austinfilmfestival.com or e-mail matt@austinfilmfestival.com.

2010 Austin Film Festival Film Competition. Film Categories: Narrative Feature, Narrative Short, Student Short, Documentary Feature, Documentary Short and Animated Short. Info: www.austinfilmfestival.com or programming@austinfilmfestival.com.

The Lone Star International Film Festival in Fort Worth announces the 2010 Call for Entries for the November 10-14, 2010 festival. All genres welcome. Categories: narrative features, shorts, documentaries, and animation. Earlybird Deadline May 31st; Regular Deadline August 1; Late Deadline September 5. Info: Without A Box. Festival site is www.lsiff.com. E-mail: info@lonestarfilmsociety.com.

IFP’s Independent Filmmaker Labs is the only free program in the U.S. supporting first-time feature directors at the crucial rough cut/post production stage. If you have a project at this stage to submit for consideration, contact Rose Vincelli at rvincelli@ifp.org.

Rushes Soho Shorts Festival . The UK’s foremost short-format champion. Filmmakers can enter online at entries.sohoshorts.com. Entry fee: £15.00 (about $23). Due date: 21st April. Festival runs July 21-29. Info at www.sohoshorts.com. Contact: Sigita.Stakonaite@rushes.co.uk or call +44 (0)20 7851 6263

Idaho Film Festivals, most held in fall, will be seeking entries soon, too. Idaho International Film Festival, Sun Valley Spiritual Film Festival and Lakedance Film Festival.

Join New Idaho Film Forum

With the goal of uniting filmmakers all over the state, Candis Roth of Boise has started a new online forum for Idaho filmmakers. Register, suggest topics and join ongoing discussions at idahofilm.iowoi.org/portal.htm.



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