Author & Director Adriana Trigiani Announces Release Date for Film “Big Stone Gap”

Author & Director Adriana Trigiani announced that Big Stone Gap the movie will be in theaters October 9! Picturehouse is releasing the film nationwide.  The big news was announced at this past weekend’s Gathering in the Gap music festival in Big Stone Gap, which was attended by special guests Adriana Trigiani, the author and director, and Patrick and Paul Wilson, who star in the movie.

The project was filmed in Big Stone Gap in 2013, a result of a passionate campaign by Adriana Trigiani to bring the film to the town that inspired it.

We are all thrilled about the next step for this wonderful project, a film that highlights a beautiful and captivating region of the Commonwealth!

For more info:

Article on the announcement: http://www.wcyb.com/news/big-stone-gap-movie-teased-at-gathering-in-the-gap/33191616

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BigStoneGapMovie

 

 

 

 

        

RICHMOND – Teen Summer Film Production Boot Camp – $280

City of Richmond Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities Teen Summer Film Production Boot Camp

Designed for teens wanting to learn all aspects of film production from script writing, story boarding, editing, building sets, and shooting.

This five week camp is a fast-paced boot camp for your budding film maker. Teens will learn the art of film making, make a short film while learning to tell their own story, and build confidence.

Sign up early! Space is limited to 12 campers.

When: June 22 – July 24, 2015

Days: Monday – Friday

Location: Hickory Hill Community Center

3000 East Belt Boulevard

Ages: 12-15 years old

Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Cost: $260 resident / $280 non-resident

Webtrac #: 436043-10

For more information or to register call 646-7934 or go to https://parksandrecreation.richmondgov.com today!

        

RICHMOND – ART 180’s little BIG show highlights youth art from 12 sites across the city

Richmond, Virginia - little BIG, a selection of artwork from ART 180’s The Really Big Show held on May 16, will spotlight ART 180’s most recent projects in creative expression. Selected pieces will represent ART 180’s spring programs at 12 sites throughout the Richmond area, with projects that explore positive self-expression, identity, teamwork and more.

A selection of featured projects include:

  • Zines from The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club, revealing young artists’ public and private selves.Photography from Fairfield Middle School, showing aspects of artists’ lives using alternative photography methods such as pinhole cameras and cyanotypes.
  • Mixed media assemblages from St. Joseph’s Villa, which challenged young artists to reinvent discarded materials as art that communicates who they are.
  • Mosaic tile maps by Redd Elementary School which map out a journey chosen by each young artist to a destination special to them.

 

ART 180 will host an opening reception for the exhibition on Friday, June 5, from 6-9 p.m. This reception is family friendly and open to the public. The show will be on display at Atlas, ART 180’s art center for teens, through June 26. Atlas is located at 114 W. Marshall St. in Jackson Ward and is open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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ABOUT ART 180

ART 180 gives young people in challenging circumstances the chance to express themselves through art, and to share their stories with others. Since 1998, the nonprofit organization has worked with youth in the Richmond area to create art that explains and illustrates their feelings, thoughts, and experiences. Partnering with other organizations that serve young people, ART 180 designs projects that allow for self-expression, and creates venues for this expression in the community. The name reflects their vision of turning lives and communities around 180 degrees. ART 180 also operates Atlas, an art center for teens and youth gallery and performance space in Jackson Ward.

        

LYNCHBURG – Virginia Film Wish You Well Celebrates June 2nd DVD Release with Special Screening at Westlake Cinema

Virginia Film Wish You Well Celebrates June 2nd DVD Release with Special Screenings at Four Virginia Theaters

Lynchburg, Virginia (May 20, 2015) – In celebration of its DVD and VOD release, Wish You Well will be screened on Tuesday, June 2 at four theaters across Virginia: The Grandin Theatre (Roanoke), Westlake Cinema (Hardy), The Byrd Theatre (Richmond) and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (Ashburn). All screenings will begin at 7:00 p.m.; doors will open at 6:00 p.m. A Q&A session with writer/producer David Baldacci and producer Sara Elizabeth Timmins will follow the Roanoke screening; a Q&A with actor JP Vanderloo will follow the Ashburn screening.  Seating is limited; tickets can be purchased in advance at https://wishyouwell.ivolunteer.com/kickoff. The first 30 people to arrive at each theater will receive a free Wish You Well poster.

Filmed entirely on location in Giles County, Va., Wish You Well was adapted from David Baldacci’s bestselling novel of the same title. After a family tragedy, a young girl moves from New York with her younger brother to live with their great grandmother on a Virginia farm and comes closer to understanding the land and roots that inspired her father’s writings while discovering herself, the love of family, and the power of truly believing.

The film stars Academy Award winner Ellen Burstyn (Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, Interstellar), Mackenzie Foy (The Twilight Saga, Interstellar), and Josh Lucas (Sweet Home Alabama). It was directed by Darnell Martin (Cadillac Records) and produced by Sara Elizabeth Timmins of Life Out Loud Films, David Baldacci, and Karen Spiegel of Copper Beech Productions.

Wish You Well will be released in the United States on DVD and VOD by Entertainment One Ltd.  Mission Pictures will distribute the film internationally.

For more information about Wish You Well and future updates on where DVD’s can be purchased nationally, please like us on Facebook.

Live Life Out Loud,
Callie

Callie Cagwin
Assistant to Producer
Life Out Loud Films

        

RICHMOND DISTRICT – Virginia Production Alliance General Meeting – Tuesday, May 26 at 6:00pm

New location at The Shop across from Artworks/PlantZero

Tuesday, May 26
Snacks & Networking 6:00 p.m.
Meeting starts: 6:30 p.m.

Speaker:
Gwynne C. Brown
Television Production Sales Executive
WCVE Video Productions
Quality Production Providing Exceptional Videos

Free for members
$5.00 (donation) for non-members

For more information contact:
info@virginiaproductionalliance.org

Location:
The Shop
0 East 4th St
Richmond, VA 23224
http://www.the-shop.tv

Square building in the parking lot across from Plant Zero & Artworks.
*Parking in lot is paid parking*

 

        

Virginia Film Office Announces 27th Virginia Screenwriting Competition

May 13, 2015

RICHMOND, Va. — The Virginia Film Office will be sponsoring the 27th Virginia Screenwriting Competition, created to provide Virginia screenwriters with a forum for their work and an opportunity to present their scripts to professional members of the motion picture and television industry.

The competition is one of the few in the nation requiring no entrance fee, and all entries receive a written evaluation from the first round judges.  Well-known past winners include Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan, who won in 1989 for his screenplay “Home Fries”, and Megan Holley, who won in 2003 for her screenplay “Sunshine Cleaning”.

Only Virginia residents or students currently enrolled in Virginia schools may submit screenplays.  Each script must contain either Virginia locations or locations that could reasonably be expected to be found in Virginia.  Feature film scripts must be approximately 90-120 pages in length.  This year, the competition will also accept scripts made for one-hour television pilots, a reflection of the high-caliber of writing found in today’s television programming.  These must be approximately 60-90 pages in length.  All scripts must be typed and submitted in a standard screenplay format.  Pages must be numbered, and must include cover page with title only.  For the second year, the Virginia Film Office is accepting all submissions to the competition electronically.  The script must be saved in a non-editable format such as a PDF, with the title of the PDF the same as the screenplay.  All screenplays must be e-mailed to screenplay@virginia.org no later than midnight on Monday, May 25, 2015.

Screenplays are first read by Virginia judges, and finalists are selected and submitted to a second panel of judges who are currently working professionally in the entertainment industry.  Three winning screenplays are then selected, and notifications of results are made in October 2015.  The three winning writers are each awarded a prize of $1,000 at the Virginia Film Festival in early November in Charlottesville, Va.

For further information, visit the Virginia Film Office website, www.film.virginia.org, or call the Film Office at (800) 854-6233.

        

Central VA – CASTING TWO ROLES FOR DREAMS FACTORY TV COMMERCIALS – $500

Dreams Factory is seeking actors and actresses for roles in two television commercials to be shot in Richmond, VA

ROLES ARE:

Celebratory Dancer – Male or Female, any ethnicity, 20 to 40 years old. This person is dancing in celebration of the awesome accomplishment they just made, could be a silly, funny, over the top dance, spraying champagne while they dance and generally having a great time whooping it up and celebrating in front of their friends. This person is the center of attention and the life of the party. Role is open to people of any body type and large frame individuals are encouraged to submit.

Man Held Captive – Male, any ethnicity, 20 to 40 years old, dramatic and dynamic. This guy is nervous and apprehensive. He’s trapped in a dark room with no obvious way to escape.

Pay per role: $500

Agents Fee if Applicable: 20% if through agency

Production Company: Dreams Factory

Audition Dates: In person, Wednesday, May 27th

Audition Location: Richmond, VA

Shoot Dates: Wednesday, June 10th and/or Thursday June 11th.

Shoot Location: Richmond, VA

TO SUBMIT: Please send an email to dreamsfactoryproduction@gmail.com with a recent photo attached. Please include your name and contact information in the form of your email address and phone number. Auditions will be held on Wednesday May 27th. We will get in touch with you to schedule your audition time.

        

RICHMOND – Virginia Production Alliance General Meeting – 5/26

New location at The Shop across from Artworks/PlantZero

Tuesday, May 26

Snacks & Networking 6:00 p.m.
Meeting starts: 6:30 p.m.

Speaker:

Gwynne C. Brown
Television Production Sales Executive
WCVE Video Productions
Quality Production Providing Exceptional Videos

Free for members
$5.00 (donation) for non-members

For more information contact:
info@virginiaproductionalliance.org

Location:

The Shop
0 East 4th St
Richmond, VA 23224

http://www.the-shop.tv

Square building in the parking lot across from Plant Zero & Artworks.
*Parking in lot is paid parking*

        

NORTHERN VA – Freelance Editor Needed

Rock Creek Productions is looking for a freelance editor with Avid and/or Adobe Premiere and After Effects experience to help out on a variety of projects over the next few months.

Please submit the following to:  jobs@rock-creek.com

  1.  Link to your current reel
  2.  Resume and/or program list
  3.  Desired rates
    1.  using one of our systems, and
    2.  using your own system.

        

Richmond 48-Hour Film Project: Registration Open

48HFP will bring a wild weekend of filmmaking fun to Richmond starting Friday, July 17.  You’ll see filmmakers throughout the city rushing to create a 4-7 min film in only 48 hours.  Armed with a genre, character, prop and line of dialogue our fearless filmmakers will make their way through the cinematic jungle and emerge with a creative masterpiece.

2015 48HFP Registration Is Open

It’s time to claim your spot in this year’s project.  That’s right, registration opened today!!  And signing up is as simple as going to our website and clicking the “Register for Richmond now!” link.  The early bird rate of $140 per team is in effect through Monday, June 22 – after that it jumps up to $160.

Sign up today and save:

http://www.48hourfilm.com/richmond/

Save the Date

Mark your calendars.  This year’s filmmaking will take place the weekend of July 17 – 19 and our screenings will be July 25th & 26th at The Byrd Theatre.  The winner of Best Film will go on to represent Richmond as it vies for Best Film of the World against 139 other city winners.

Looking For A Team?

Not ready to put a team together yet, but know you don’t want to miss out on the excitement that is the 48HFP?  Put yourself out there via our join-a-team database which is made available to registered teams.  If someone is looking for help, they just may call YOU!

http://www.48hourfilm.com/join/?city=richmond/

Reasons to Register Early

  1. Access to database of people looking for a team
  2. Save $20 on the fee – available until Monday, June 22
  3. No fear of getting stuck on the waiting list

Are you up for the challenge?  Show us what you’ve got by registering your team now!!

http://www.48hourfilm.com/richmond/

Let’s show Richmond what 48 hour filmmaking is all about!!

        

RICHMOND – VCUarts Cinema/Anne Chapman Casting – 35mm Short Film audition – May 21st & 27th, 2015 – PAID

VCUarts Cinema Summer Intensive 2015
DAKOTA’S DAUGHTER & A WILL, A WAGER AND A GUN
2 – 35mm Short Student Films
Executive Producers: Rob Tregenza, Penny Adams, James Contner
Casting Director: Anne Chapman
Casting Assistants: Nicole-Anne Keyton, Victoria Maxwell
Shoot dates: June 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 2015 (see below)
Shoot location: Greater Richmond, Virginia
Audition/CB dates: Thursday, May 21st, and Wednesday, May 27th, 2015
Audition location: Richmond, Virginia
Pay: $100 per shoot day
Lodging provided for some roles if needed

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS:
SUBMIT current head-shot and resume to:

vcucasting@gmail.com

Be sure to include the following information:
Your full name & the role(s) you are submitting for in the subject line
Name:
Union Status:
Phone:
E-mail:
Height:
Weight:
Age range:
Audition date(s) availability:
Shoot date(s) availability:
Travel distance to Richmond:
Would you require lodging in Richmond:

Seeking:

DAKOTA’S DAUGHTER - Shoot dates – 3 days between June 2nd-5th, 2015 – exact dates tbd

ANNIE: Caucasian female. Late teens.  Bright, beautiful, free spirited, loving daughter to DON.  An excellent student at the end of her Junior ye ar of High School who sees college/academics as the way out of her small, rural Pennsylvania home town.  ANNIE loves her father, and the beatific farm she has grown up on, but, like her mother, she is a dreamer and longs for more.  She feels an obligation to this beautiful prison, as her mother died when she was young, and it is just her father and herself running the farm.   A constant reader, the town library’s travel and literature sections are a daily stop for ANNIE.   She never expected to meet a fellow seeker, SAWYER, in the stacks and is thrilled by the possibilities this chance meeting brings.
Shoots 3 days.  $100/shoot day

DON: Caucasian male.  40s-50s.  A farmer through and through.  Born and raised on the farm he now runs.  Don lives a simple life. He is a loving father, but years of struggling as a single parent are starting to show.  The strong silent type.   ANNIE can only guess at the heartbreak DON suffered with the loss of his wife.  His wife’s free spirited, wandering nature was very attractive, yet impossible to satisfy in this rural setting. ANNIE is the spitting image of her mother causing DON pain he is unable to express.   DON has not been honest with ANNIE regarding her mother’s departure and may not be able to keep the truth from her any longer.  He has no intention of allowing ANNIE to go away to school or anywhere else, and is shaken to his core when ANNIE starts spending time with SAWYER.
Shoots 3 days.  $100/shoot day

SAWYER: Any ethnicity male.  Early 20s.  North American or possibly European or South American.  A stranger in town, this rugged traveler, is well read and bright, but  has an air of mystery about him.  Although friendly and easy to make conversation, he has an unspoken, troubled past and never shares much personal information.  Not one to settle down, completely happy with his back pack and well worn tent, allowing him to be here one day and moving on the next.  Definitely a solo act, not looking for any traveling companions.   Compassionate at an arms length.
Shoots 3 days.  $100/shoot day

BAILEY: Caucasian female: Late teens.  Born to live the small-town life.  BAILEY is perfectly happy where she is right now, fresh out of high school, about to get married, with a baby on the way.  Sweet, chatty and slightly ditzy.  Grew up with ANNIE and considers her a friend, but can not even imagine how much their paths will differ.  BAILEY is your textbook “rural small-town neighbor”.  She is good people, always with a smile and a comment about the weather.
Shoots 1 days.  $100/shoot day

MRS. REED: Any ethnicity female: 30s.  Bright, sunny, no nonsense, high school guidance counselor who just wants the best for her students, each to their own ability.  She has seen some kids “get stuck” in this town, while other lead perfectly happy lives here.  Always looking for options for the students so they know they’re not trapped.  Grew up in this small town, but had the benefit of going away to school and seeing the wider world before choosing to come back to live and work in this rural community.  Caring and concerned, always willing to go the extra mile.
Shoots 1 days.  $100/shoot day


A WILL, A WAGER, AND A GUN
– Shoot dates – 3 days between June 9th-12th, 2015 – exact days tbd

JEB: Caucasian male.  Mid to late 20s. &nb sp;A poor farmer living on the run down family farm in rural Georgia.  Gets by on the few crops they produce.  Just able to support himself, and his young, sweet wife MARIA, who is the love of his life.  They are looking forward to the imminent birth of their first child.  He is mourning the recent loss of his beloved father.  At his wife’s insistence, JEB’s has summoned his long gone brother, PHILLY, home to pay respects, but really to see what their father’s Will says.  JEB likes a drink or two, but has a real weakness for gambling. Never saw a card game or bet that he could pass up.  Sadly, everyone, especially PHILLY, knows this about JEB.
Must be physically fit, and able to run. Fight/stunt experience a plus.
Shoots 3 days.  $100/shoot day

MARIA: Caucasian female.  Mid to late 20s.  8 months pregnant with her first child.  A strong, capable woman with a kind heart who loves her husband, JEB.   Farming in rural Georgia in the 1920s is a hard life, but it is all that MARIA knows.  She is making the best of it, and it is always better when JEB does not spend the few dollars they have on alcohol and gambling.   Nesting and nervous, she is preparing for the arrival of their precious first born.  Out of a sense of duty, MARIA urges JEB to contact his errant brother about the death of their father.  MARIA could have no idea the tragic turn of events this puts into place.
Shoots 3 days.  $100/shoot day

PHILLY: Caucasian male.  Mid to late 20s.  Older brother to JEB.  PHILLY left the desolate family farm to pursue a better life.  Now a banker in the city, he likes to wear and drive the best that money can buy.  A selfish, show off.  A bit shifty, willing to do whatever it takes to get the advantage.   He has always resented his younger brother, realizing early on the JEB was the favorite in their father’s eyes.  Comes home to find out what he has inherited rather than any sense of paying respects to their father.  Dangerous and always willing to gamble.  Very competitive. Must be physically fit, and able to run. Fight/stunt experience a plus.
Shoots 3 days.  $100/shoot day

IRISHMAN 1: Caucasian male.  Late teens-mid 20s.  Regular poker player at the only local bar.  Likes to coerce JEB into playing cards. Considers it a sport to separate JEB from his money.  Fun loving with a bit of an edge.  Irish accent preferred.
Shoots 1 days.  $100/shoot day

IRISHMAN 2: Caucasian male.  Mid 20s-40s. Regular poker player at the only local bar.  Likes to coerce JEB into playing cards.  Considers it a sport to separate JEB from his money.  Plays the drunk, but always knows the score.  Irish accent preferred.
Shoots 1 days.  $100/shoot day

Auditions are by appointment only.  We very much appreciate your interest in VCUarts Cinema Summer Intensive 2015.  Submitting gets you consideration for an audition, but does not guarantee you one.  You will be contacted with an invitation to audition if selected.  Thank you so much!
Anne Chapman Casting.

        

Richmond – Seeking RVA Locals for Principal/Day Player Roles for Non-Union Feature Film – SHOOTING THE PRODIGAL – Paid – $150-200/day

Anne Chapman Casting is searching for local actors for principal/day player roles in the feature film Shooting the Prodigal.  This motion picture is a feature length comedy about a church that makes a movie about the prodigal son.  Shooting the Prodigal has over 50 speaking roles.  Pay from $150/day to $200/day depending upon role.

Belltower Pictures
SHOOTING THE PRODIGAL
Non-Union Low-Budget Feature Film
Director: David Powers
Producers: Ken Roy & Heather Waters
Screenwriters: Deborah Hocutt, David Powers & Greg Womble
Casting Director: Anne Chapman
Casting Assistants: Shannon Laribo, Amy Fox
Shoot dates: June 23rd, for 4 weeks
Shoot location: greater Richmond, Virginia area
Audition date: Wednesday, May 20th & Friday, May 22nd & Selected days May 26th-June 5th 2015
Audition location: Richmond, Virginia
Pay: $150-200/shoot day

Submission instructions:

Submit current headshot and resume to: http://www.annechapmancasting.com/belltowerpictures/

We are currently seeking actors for the following Principal/Day Player roles:     

CAMERA ASSISTANT: Any Ethnicity Male, late teens-early 20s.  High school stud. Camera slate operator on the film within the film, film crew.
$200/shoot day.  7 days

ADAM: Middle Eastern Male, late 20s.  The Prodigal son in the film within the film.
$200/day.  5 days

NEWSPAPER REPORTER/PHOTOGRAPHER: Any Ethnicity, male or female, 20s-50s. Comes to the film set to take photos and interview Pastor BROTHER BOB about the film he is making.
$150/shoot day.  1 day

PETER: Middle Eastern Male. early 30s.  The older brother of the Prodigal son in the film within the film.
$150/shoot day.  2 days

AHMAD: Middle Eastern Male, 60s.  Father of Prodigal son in film within the film.  Actor in local theatre productions.  Very sweet man with a heart condition.
$200/shoo t day.  4 days

AMANDA: Middle Eastern Female, 60s.  Mother of Prodigal son in film within the film.
$150/shoot day.  1 day

SALLIE ANN’S MOTHER: Caucasian Female, late 30s – late 40s.  Mother of actress in film within the film.  Often worries about her flighty, flirty daughter.  Wants her daughter to concentrate on her school work and is tiring of the time the film production is taking.
$150/shoot day.  2 days

DAVID MOAZ: Caucasian Male, 20s.  NYC film school graduate who is starting to see some success in his filmmaking career.  Makes a point of hiring his film school classmates whenever possible.  Talented, tenacious and a good friend.
$150/shoot day.  1 day

JERRY: Caucasian Male, 60s.  Longtime loyal member of the congregation.  Along with his wife, loves to socialize/gossip after every sermon.  Compliments the pastor on his sermon and welcoming of guests to the church.    Opinionated about how church should be run.
$150/shoot day.  1 day

JENNY: Caucasian Female, 60s.  Longtime loyal member of the congregation.  Along with her husband, loves to socialize/gossip after every sermon.  Quintessential church lady.
$150/shoot day.  1day

BAR PATRON: Any Ethnicity Male, 50s-60s.  NYC neighborhood bar regular, relishes being an expert on any and all subjects.  A real New Yorker, proud of growing up in Queens.  Never at a loss for words, a friendly jokester.
$150/shoot day.  1 day

CUTE GIRL IN BAR: Any Ethnicity Female, 20s.  A woman of few words, just in the bar to grab lunch.   Not at all interested in the boring stories of a film school student trying to pick her up.  Has no problem walking out when the opportunity arises.
$150/shoot day.  1 day

MARTIAL ARTS FATHER: Caucasian Male, 40s-60s. Congregation member trying out for a film, with his 2 sons who practice martial arts. This role does not require martial arts skills.
$150/shoot day.  1 day

MARTIAL ARTS OLDER SON: Caucasian Male, teenage-early 20s.  Congregation member trying out for film as martial arts actor.  Need martial arts skills.
$150/shoot day. 1 day

MARTIAL ARTS YOUNGER SON: Caucasian Male, teens.  Congregation member trying out for film as Martial arts actor.  Need martial arts skills.
$150/shoot day.  1 day

COWBOY FATHER: Caucasian Male, 40s-60s.  Congregation member trying out for film as an old timey cowboy in a saloon.
$150/shoot day.  1 day

COWBOY SON: Caucasian male, teens-20s.  Congregation member trying out for film as old timey cowboys in a saloon.  Rides in on a stick pony.
$150/shoot day.  1 day

GODFATHER: Caucasian Male, 40s-60s.  Congregation member trying out for film.  Bad imitation of a mobster!
$150/shoot day.  1 day

MOBSTER SONS #1 & #2: Caucasian Males, teens-20s.  Congregation members trying out for film.  Bad imitation of mobsters!
$150/shoot day.  1 day  

FLAPPER: Caucasian Female, late teens and early 20s.  Congregation member trying out for film.  Bad imitation of a mobster’s moll, very melodramatic and employs fake crying.
$150/shoot day.  1 day

OLDER WOMAN: Caucasian Female, 50s-70s.  Helps the g irls in the film with their makeup, protective of them and actively keeps leering teenage boys at bay.  Nothing gets past her.
$150/shoot day.  1 day

HOMELESS MAN: Caucasian Male, 30s-60s.  Actor in the film within the film.  Verbally confronts someone he thinks is trying to cut in line.
$150/shoot day.  1 day

HOMELESS WOMAN: Caucasian Female, 30s-60s.  Actor in the film within the film.  Angry when she thinks someone is cutting in line in front of her.  Loud.
$150/shoot day. 1 day.

 

STORY LINE: SHOOTING THE PRODIGAL is a comedy: a movie about a church making a movie about the Prodigal son.  A brash young Jewish filmmaker from New York tries to help an overly zealous Baptist preacher in south Alabama make a movie about the Prodigal son.  In the process they both learn about acceptance, love and grace.

Auditions are by appointment only.  We very much appreciate your interest in SHOOTING THE PRODIGAL.  

Submitting gets you consideration for an audition, but does not guarantee you one.  You will be contacted with an invitation to audition if selected. Thank you so much!  Anne Chapman Casting

        

WASHINGTON DC – “Collaboration and Partnership Agreements” Legal Workshop ($15)

On May 19th, The Law Office of Jaia Thomas presents the webinar, “Collaboration and Partnership Agreements.” The webinar will equip writers and content creators with the tools necessary to protect their work product. The webinar will provide an overview of the standard clauses included in collaboration and partnership agreements. The webinar will also walk attendees through the joint copyright registration process. Most importantly, the webinar will discuss how to deal with collaborative relationships gone bad.

All attendees will receive a sample Partnership Agreement.

REGISTER:

http://www.jathomaslaw.com/category/sports-and-entertainment-blog/

(SPACE IS LIMITED)

The Law Office of Jaia Thomas
Sports + Entertainment Law
www.jathomaslaw.com
@jaiathomaslaw

        

CHARLOTTESVILLE AREA, Actor’s Workshop with Celebrity Acting Coach, Aaron Jackson, Reasonably priced; Full weekend or single day registration available

Join us for 3 Days of PremierTraining with Celebrity Acting Coach, AARON JACKSON!

Charlottesville Area – May 29th-31st

Aaron Jackson is holding his next full weekend, on-camera workshop in the Charlottesville Area –May 29th-31st. These Workshops give you thetools you need to be a successful working actor. He has helped hundreds ofstudents launch their careers and achieve their goals. These classes are forboth the beginning and seasoned actors. Aaronshares his 30+ years of experience in the industry with his students throughthis unique workshop working closely with each individual, helping them be the bestthey can be!

Registration Options:

  • Friday Night, Improv: $60
  • Saturday, Scene Study and Characterization: $115
  • Sunday, Cold Read Auditions: $60
  • BEST DEAL: Full Weekend Workshop: $220

 

 What you’ll come away with:

  • Learn how you are perceived in front of the Camera.
  • Improv: Get to know yourself and think on your feet.
  • Learn a sure-fire technique to break down your characters/scenes.
  • Commit to your choices.
  • Be prepared for your next audition.
  • Learn how to best market yourself as an actor.

 

Registration is filling quickly. We still have a few spots available. Click here for more details and to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/may-charlottesville-actors-workshop-three-days-of-on-camera-training-with-aaron-jackson-may-29th-tickets-16535354691

 

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