Final Deadline for Rosebud Film & Video Festival_NOV 7TH

Virginia, Maryland, and DC film and video artists are invited to submit their works to the Rosebud Film & Video Festival, an annual competition sponsored by Arlington Independent Media. Final deadline for submissions is November 7, 2014.

The competition is open exclusively to DC, Maryland, and Virginia filmmakers with works first released between January 1, 2013, and November 7, 2014. The top 20 nominees will be screened at a special showcase on January 24, 2015, at Artisphere in Arlington, Virginia.

Five winners, including one Best of Show, will be announced at a gala awards celebration on January 25, 2015, at the Clarendon Ballroom, and will each receive $1,000.

Deadline for entry is November 7, 2014, with a $40 entry fee that covers an AIM membership.

For competition inquiries, please contact Rosebud Film & Video Festival Kevin Sampson at kevin@arlingtonmedia.org or 703.524.2388.

To fill out an application form online, visit: https://www.arlingtonmedia.org/projects/rosebud-festival/rosebud-festival-entry-form-payment.

        

Post-Production Video Editing_PAID

American Food Roots is an award-winning online magazine covering the history and culture of American food. They are currently seeking post-production help with five short videos (5-7 minutes each) produced in conjunction with the National World War I Museum in Kansas City, Mo. Videos have received an initial edit (Final Cut Pro) and require polishing for consistency and coherence. Estimated time 1-2 days of work. Desired delivery date Oct. 31. Project rate standard. Please contact Michele Kayal, Michele@americanfoodroots.com.

        

CHARLOTTESVILLE_Workshop for Actors_NOV 1ST-2ND

Be on Top of your Game!

Charlottesville Workshop for Actors

With Celebrity Acting Coach/Director, Aaron Jackson

November1st & 2nd 

Learn who you are in front of the camera, improve youraudition technique, understand character breakdown as well as monologue andscene preparation. Be the BEST YOU you can be. Be prepared and ready when you receive that audition call.

Whether you are a beginner or aseasoned actor looking to hone your skills, come learn the straight facts aboutthis industry. Aaron shares his 30+ years of experience in the business with his students through this unique workshop.

Register by October 27th and receive a special discount.

Use Promo Code: CHAR1101 atcheckout.

Registration link and details: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/charlottesville-actors-workshop-with-aaron-jackson-november-1st-2nd-tickets-12339903985

Full Weekend: $200

One Day Workshop: $110

2 Half Day Workshops (12 and under):$80

www.theaaronjackson.com, lisa@theaaronjackson.com,213-453-6059

        

WASHINGTON DC_Live Feed Operator_PAID

Someone with experience using and owning a TriCaster or similar system is needed to do the live encoding from a camera feed for an event in DC in early December.

For more information including dates and rates;  send a URL, resume, references, and or a list of your gear to:

jay@mediacentral.net

        

WASHINGTON DC_Videographer Bid_NOV 14TH-16TH

Request for Proposal

Videographer needed to shoot the National Breast Cancer Coalition’s Project LEAD® Workshop

1.      Proposal Guidelines

Please include your hourly rate for shooting the National Breast Cancer Coalition’s (NBCC)  Project LEAD® Workshop.

2.      Project Purpose and Description

The National Breast Cancer Coalition’s Project LEAD® workshop will be held from November 14, 2014- November 16, 2014 at the Washington Court hotel in Washington, DC. NBCC would like to record certain lectures taking place over those three days in November.  NBCC will use the raw footage as an additional module for our Online Center for NBCC Advocacy Training. All footage recorded would become the property of the National Breast Cancer Coalition without limitations.

3.       Project Scope

The below times represent when the lectures take place.  Videographer should factor in the amount of time needed to  set up for the shoot in order to be prepared in a timely way and not interfere with the presentations.

 

Friday, November 14

11:30 am – 12:30 pm

1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

3:45 pm – 4:45 pm

Saturday, November 15

8:45 am– 9:45 am

9:45 am – 10:45 am

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

3:15 pm – 4:45 pm

Sunday, November 16

8:45 am – 10:15 am

 

4.      Bidder Qualifications

Please describe your experience shooting video and how you would approach shooting an educational workshop to be used for future online education. Please send three samples of your work.

Send all information and inquiries to michelle.zelsman@gmail.com

        

FAIRFAX_Full-time Producer/Director_PAID

Fairfax County Public Schools is hiring a full-time producer/director to assist with the production of informational, educational and training media products for broadcast and web distribution (Roku, YouTube, iTunesU, etc.).  For a complete job description and qualifications, as well as application instructions, start by clicking HEREDeadline for application is October 28th.

A few things to note, if interested:

1 – This is not a classroom teaching position.

2 – This is a full-time, one-year position with potential for renewal.

3 – To make sure your resume is considered, please follow the instructions in the link above.  You *must* follow the organization’s application instructions to be eligible for consideration.

If you experience difficulty accessing the link above, contact HRQuestions@fcps.edu for application assistance.

        

HAMPTON ROADS_SFX Makeup Artist Wanted_PAID_Nov. 1

– Production title: Patient Z
– Genre: Comedy
– Production Company: Adroit Films http://www.adroitfilms.tv/ (757) 295-8833
– Director: Tim Marvel
– Director of Photography: James Lea

–  Reply to: gameoverfilm@hotmail.com

–  KEY DATE(S)
Shoot scheduled for: Saturday November 1st, 2014, Newport News / Hampton

–  Synopsis:
“Patient Z” is about a government containment team sent to ground zero of a mysterious outbreak who quickly realize they have already lost control.

* Great opportunity for artists who want to showcase their Zombie skills to a global audience.
* This is a fun project with tremendous career exposure.

        

Richmond Diversity Film Festival – Reg. Submission Deadline Oct. 31st!

The regular deadline for submissions to the Richmond Diversity Film Festival is coming up! — Oct. 31st!

The Richmond Diversity Film Festival provides actors and filmmakers of diverse backgrounds a venue in which to showcase their voices without judgment or insincere reflection; free of stereotypes and degradation. Their goal is to establish a truly multicultural experience represented by the world’s independent film community. The festival will be held in the spring of 2015.

More details, and registration instructions, on their website below!

https://filmfreeway.com/festival/RDFF

        

RICHMOND_Start Your Acting Career Workshop_NOV 4th @ 6:30PM_$35.00

Final Act Drama presents

Start your Acting Career Workshop – Acting workshop for the beginning actor!

November 4, 2014  -  Tuesday 6:30-9:00pm

You’re creative, you love movies, you love the theater, you feel like you have a story to tell and you’ve always wanted to act and perform!  So…

How do I get started as an actor?

Learn what it takes to start your acting career.

We will get you right into performing scenes with other actors and teach you what it takes to become a professional actor.

Special price = $35.00 (Regular price $70.00)

Class session held at 7511 Airfield Drive, Richmond VA 23237

804-858-3446     Info@FinalActDrama.com  or register at:

http://www.finalactdrama.com/acting-workshop.html

        

VIRGINIA/DC_Casting for “Conversations in Cars”

VPE Talent is currently seeking men and women who live near (or frequently drive to/from) the Virginia/DC area for a new TV series that showcases FUNNIEST, WITTIEST and MOST OPINIONATED DRIVERS in America.

THIS IS NOT A DOCU-SERIES. VPE TALENT WILL NOT “FOLLOW” YOU OR YOUR FRIENDS. THE FORMAT OF THIS SHOW FOCUSES ON A SMALL GROUP OF PEOPLE, WHO NORMALLY SHARE A RIDE TOGETHER, AND WILL BE GIVEN TOPICS TO DISCUSS CANDIDLY & HONESTLY.

VPE Talent is looking for articulate people with clear opinions that they love to share with everyone, who aren’t afraid to tackle any topic, and most of all are HILARIOUS! The show will feature close friends/family/co-workers from all walks of life who are entertaining and are willing to bring America along for the ride!

If you have a blast driving around town with your friends, coworkers, family members, partners, etc  … VPE Talent wants to hear from you!

Apply here.

        

YORKTOWN_Actor’s Workshop with Aaron Jackson_Oct. 26

One Day Special Deal

ACTOR’S WORKSHOP with Celebrity Acting Coach/Director AARON JACKSON!

Register today with Promo Code: YORK1026 and SAVE!

Yorktown, VA ~ October 26th

Come study with Acting Coach/Director, AARON JACKSON and gain confidence, experience and valuable knowledge as an actor. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned actor looking to hone your skills, Aaron will give you the straight facts about this industry. He shares his 30+ years of experience in the business; teaching Monologue & Scene Study, Improv, Character Breakdown &TV/FILM Audition technique. This will be an intensive day of training where each actor will received individual attention.

Enter Promo Code: YORK1026 and receive a full day of training for only $100.

Simply follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/actors-workshop-with-aaron-jackson-yorktown-va-october-26th-tickets-13288258539

        

Richmond_Casting Extra for TURN_Oct. 24

Arvold Casting is seeking a Scandinavian-looking Male, 20′s, for the extra (background) role of “Larsen” in the AMC television series TURN:  Washington Spies. Larsen is a slightly geeky Norwegian sailor, handy with his hands and able to carve gadgets out of wood. Woodworking skills a plus but not required.  Scheduled to shoot Friday October 24th, with fitting earlier in the week, and possible future dates. Please visit http://arvoldcasting.com/casting-calls/amc-turn-extras/ to submit.

        

DC_Screening Mass Extinction: Life at the Brink_Oct. 27

National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Channel, Environmental Film Festival and Tangled Bank Studios Present Premiere of Mass Extinction: Life at the Brink

SCREENING:  World Premiere of Mass Extinction: Life at the Brink (USA, 2014, 60 min.) presented by National Museum of Natural History with the Smithsonian Channel, Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital, and Tangled Bank Studios, followed by:  Panel discussion moderated by Charles Poe, VP Production, Smithsonian Channel, with Dr. Kirk Johnson, Sant Director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, who is featured in the film; the film’s producer Sean B. Carroll, Vice President for Science Education at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and Executive Producer of Tangled Bank Studios; paleobiologist Tony Barnosky and conservation biologist Elizabeth Hadley, who are both featured in the film.

WHEN: Monday, October 27, 6:45 to 8:30 p.m.

WHERE: National Museum of Natural History, Baird Auditorium

HOW:  FREE.  Register at go.si.edu/extinction

FILM DESCRIPTION:  It’s a mystery on a global scale: five times in Earth’s past, life has been nearly extinguished, the vast majority of plants and animals annihilated in a geologic instant. What triggered these dramatic events? And what might they tell us about the fate of our world? Mass Extinction: Life at the Brink joins scientists around the globe in search of answers to two of the most dramatic extinctions: the “K/T Extinction,” which ended the age of dinosaurs, and “The Permian Extinction,” which wiped out nearly 90 percent of all Earth’s species 252 million years ago. These early mass extinctions could hold clues for what may be happening today – are we on the brink of a sixth?