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Richmond – Maya Angelou, and Still I Rise Screening with Tim Reid – Feb. 20 – Fee

Join them for a Special Benefit Premiere Screening of the documentary “Maya Angelou, And Still I Rise” before its debut on public televison. The screening will benefit the work done by the Legacy Media Institute. Date and Time Mon, February 20, 2017 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST     Location Virginia Museum of Fine… Read more »

Richmond – Liquid Talent Agency workshops – February – Fee

What an AMAZING lineup!  Look at how they plan to close out February at Liquid Talent! There is still space available in all classes! EQUESTRIAN WORKSHOP: Participants in their afternoon Equestrian Workshop this month will be getting PRESS COVERAGE. InFauquier Magazine and Fauquier Times, will be present to interview and photograph participants, and potentially a… Read more »

Hampton Roads – VPA State of the Industry – TONIGHT Feb. 16

The Virginia Production Alliance invites you to its celebration of Virginia’s film and television production community at the Hampton Roads State of the Industry. Catch up with friends and colleagues, meet new people and learn more about our industry at an informal trade expo featuring vendors showcasing their production-related goods and services. Get together with… Read more »

DC – JEWEL’S CATCH ONE SCREENING – FEB 17 – FEE

On Friday February 17th at 7pm, at The HRC Building, Reel Affirmations XTRA: Washington DC’s International LGBTQ Monthly Film Series, in partnership with their Presenting Sponsors Human Rights Campaign, AIDS Healthcare Foundation and host Rayceen Pendarvis from The Ask Rayceen Show With the screening of Director C. Fitz’s JEWEL’S CATCH ONE documents the oldest Black owned… Read more »

DC – DC Independent Film Festival – FEB 15-20 – FEE

DCIFF 2017 brings a new slate of fiction films, animation and documentaries. This week through Presidents’ Day join the festival for films, music, panels, a comic strip competition, high school films, workshops, seminars and much more. Meet filmmakers and film enthusiasts alike and join for the oldest independent film festival in our nation’s Capital. 2017 Festival Schedule here. Tickets and… Read more »

Virginia Beach – CASTING CALL FOR MALE ACTORS AGE 18-60 – Feb 17-18 – UNPAID

CASTING CALL FOR MALE ACTORS AGE 18-60 YEARS OF AGE FOR A COMEDIC TELEVISION SITCOM PILOT TO BE SHOT IN FRONT OF A LIVE STUDIO AUDIENCE AT REGENT UNIVERSITY. THEY ARE LOOKING FOR MALE ACTORS OF ALL ETHNICITIES! PLEASE SEND HEADSHOT OR RECENT PICTURE WITH  AUDITION REQUEST TO DELOLAM@MAIL.REGENT.EDU AUDITIONS WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY FEBRUARY… Read more »

DC – Environmental Film Festival – MAR 14-26 – FEE/FREE

#DCEFF25 is a Festival for everyone — film lovers, environmentalists, scientists, concerned citizens, adventure-seekers and curious, young minds will come together to explore the issues affecting our planet through the power of film. READ the Festival Guide to learn about the 170+ environmental films that they’re showing this year. The Festival Guide will be out… Read more »

Fairfax – Hooligan Sparrow Screening – Mar 2 – FREE

GMU Visiting Filmmakers Series presents: Hooligan Sparrow with Nanfu Wang  Thursday March 2, 2017 at 4:30pm  Johnson Center Cinema  The danger is palpable as intrepid young filmmaker Nanfu Wang follows maverick activist Ye Haiyan (a.k.a Hooligan Sparrow) and her band of colleagues to Hainan Province in southern China to protest the case of six elementary school… Read more »

DC – Media Makers and Technologists Tackle Global Gender Inequality – Mar 2 – FREE

March 2, 2017 5:30–7:30pm National Museum of Women in the Arts 1250 New York Ave NW Washington, DC RSVP here Independent Television Service (ITVS) and USAID​, in partnership with the Ford Foundation, bring together thought leaders, policymakers and change makers to discuss the transformative power of documentary film on gender equality and new approaches to… Read more »

Roanoke – Sound needed for non profit shoot – Feb 26-27 – Paid

Non Profit Shoot Location: Roanoke Virginia  Dates:     Feb 26th and 27th They Need Local Crew: (paid) Sound (with 4 wireless lav/boom) Low Budget  On Set Meals  Possibly 2 night hotel Please send resume and contact information to mdproductions@live.com

Richmond – Richmond Int’l Film and Music Festival – Feb. 27 – March 5

The Richmond International Film & Music Festival (RIFF) Feb 27-Mar 5, 2017  More than 150 films from over 35 countries to be screened over seven days plus 50 Local, National and International Music Showcases RIFF, one of the largest international film festivals in the mid-Atlantic, brings a seven-day cavalcade of cutting edge film plus bands… Read more »

Coming up this week

Virginia is for Film Lovers, and it is filled with educational and job opportunities for actors and crew members, screenings and film festivals, and film related events: networking and career development opportunities, seminars, classes, and workshops. The Virginia Film Office’s weekly update brings you a summary of the events of the week, don’t miss out! Thursday… Read more »

Charlottesville – VFF at Violet Crown Series – 2017 – Fee

The VFF at Violet Crown Series is a collaboration with Violet Crown Charlottesville to present a year-round, co-curated selection of films. The series will kick off on February 21 with the Oscar-nominated documentary Fire at Sea, which was an audience favorite at the 2016 VFF. Fire at Sea tells the story of the hundreds of thousands of… Read more »

Richmond – Questioning Cinema: Loving – Feb 16 – Free

Questioning Cinema: Loving Feb. 16, 2017 5 p.m. Screening / 7:15 p.m. Discussion James Branch Cabell Library, Lecture Hall (Room 303) In 1958, newlyweds Richard and Mildred Loving were found guilty of violating Virginia’s anti-miscegenation statute that banned inter-racial marriage. Living in Washington, isolated from their families and community, they became a test case for… Read more »

Richmond – Environmental Film Festival – Feb 6-12 and 18 – FREE

On February 6 through 12, 2017, the Enrichmond Foundation, the Sierra Club – Falls of the James Group, the Capital Region Land Conservancy and Viridiant will partner to present the Seventh Annual RVA Environmental Film Festival. In 2017 the festival will take place at several locations including the University of Richmond, VCU, area libraries, Visual… Read more »

Richmond – CASTING NOTICE: AMC’s TURN Washington’s Spies Ep. 405 (Principal Roles) – Feb. 24 – Mar. 7 – Paid

Arvold is seeking actors who look authentically from the Revolutionary War period for speaking roles in the fourth and final season of TURN: Washington’s Spies! Please see their casting notice for further details and submission instructions:  http://arvoldcasting.com/casting-calls/amcs-turn-washingtons-spies-ep-405 Thank you! the arvold. team — arvold.

Virginia Beach -The Virginia Beach Bash Sage & Screen Combat Workshop – April 1 & 2 – Fee

ATTENTION: ALL FILMMAKERS, ACTORS, and STUNT PERFORMERS THE VIRGINIA BEACH BASH STAGE & SCREEN COMBAT WORKSHOP Regent University Communication and Performing Arts Building 1000 Regent University, Blvd., Virginia Beach, VA 23464 $275 for two full days of instruction, includes lunch both days & T Shirt $250.00 Early General Registration (2 days) ends March 10, 2017… Read more »

Hampton Roads – State of the Industry – Feb. 16

The Virginia Production Alliance invites you to its celebration of Virginia’s film and television production community at the Hampton Roads State of the Industry. Catch up with friends and colleagues, meet new people and learn more about our industry at an informal trade expo featuring vendors showcasing their production-related goods and services. Get together with… Read more »

Newport News – Casting Call for Short Film GUILT’S VISITOR

This is a casting call for the short film, GUILT’S VISITOR. This is Non-Union. More detail will be supplied during call backs. Please send resume and headshots and character submitting for to noffsingerwdavid@gmail.com. NO PHONE CALLS. Feel free to email me any questions. GUILT’S VISITOR is a story about how tough decisions shouldn’t be avoided… Read more »

DC – CASTING NOTICE to Women of African Background – 2018 – PAID

SPECIAL Requirement: MUST be a super dark, very, very dark complexioned black woman for the lead role: the darker the better. IN OTHER WORDS: A BLACK-SKINNED woman; Coal-black complexion.  NOTE:  If you do not possess this basic physical requirement for the role, they would greatly appreciate if you did not send a resume. Age: late 20s, early 30s; Height: approx.: 5’ 9” to… Read more »

Virginia – Arvold.education classes and events – Spring – FEE

This year Arvold continues to expand arvold.education, inspired by their work with fellow artists who share their passion to raise the bar through training and collaboration. Here’s a one-stop arvold.education guide through May.  Each offering is unique and tailored to a different aspect of the craft. MASTER SCENE STUDY with Richard Warner  a 6-week course beginning Feb… Read more »

Washington, DC – Director needed – Feb. 12 – PAID

WIF Member seeking director for shoot this Sunday. Must have all day availability. Specific time TBA. They will be shooting the pilot episode for a Los Angeles based digital network interested in producing the project. Shoot will take place in SW DC located off the Waterfront stop. Compensation: stipend, food and copy. If you’re interested… Read more »