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Virtual – Lessons From a Life Behind the Camera With Film & TV Director Ken Kwapis – Nov 6 – Free

ODU’s Department of Communication & Theatre Arts is proud to present an exciting upcoming online event! “But What I Really Want To Do Is Direct: Lessons From a Life Behind the Camera” With Film & TV Director Ken Kwapis (The Office, He’s Just Not That Into You) A Zoom Event Moderated by ODU Film Program Prof. Diane… Read more »

Important Updates to REBUILD VA Covid-19 Grant Program – Eligibility Expanded & Funding Increased

If you are a small business, non-profit, or sole proprietor affected by COVID-19, please take a minute to review the below info to see if you are now eligible for grant assistance, or now eligible for more funds even if you were approved and received assistance from this program already. Governor Northam’s grant program REBUILD… Read more »

Chesapeake – Documentary seeking PA/Driver – Nov 19-23 – Paid

Catalyst Films seeking PA/Driver to work on a 30-minute film for a Sesame Workshop documentary series on HBO Max. Film aims to explore the impact of parental military service on the lives of children in two families in the United States. Production assistant/driver must have valid drivers licence, ideally near or around Chesapeake, VA. The… Read more »

Richmond – Casting for Limited Series – Dec 2020-May 2021 – Paid

arvold.casting is seeking local & regional actors for an established streaming network show filming in and around Richmond, VA. Those with and without experience are encouraged to submit!   Please find further details and submission instructions in our updated casting notice here: https://www.arvold.com/casting-call/limited-series/  

Statewide – Roy W. Dean Grant – Deadline Oct 31 – Fee

The Last grant for 2020 is closing on October 31, 2020, you still have time to apply.   Created to help independent filmmakers get their films started or completed, the final Roy W. Dean Grant of 2020 is now open for applications.  Grant winner will receive $3,000 cash as well as approximately $28,000 more in… Read more »

VIRTUAL-VIRGINIA FESTIVAL OF THE BOOK-OCT 22,25-REGISTER NOW

When My Time Comes Film Screening & Discussion with Diane Rehm Thu. 10/22 | 5:30 PM After the death of her beloved husband John Rehm, Peabody-award winner Diane Rehm began to examine the option of medical aid in dying. This documentary feature offers a moving and informative examination of the right to die movement and the facts… Read more »

Virtual and Charlottesville – Virginia Film Festival – Oct 21-25 – Tickets available now

The Virginia Film Festival kicks off today and runs through the weekend–October 21-25 With over 70 virtual events and screenings and 10 drive in movies, you have ample opportunities to catch all of this years amazing films and listen in on conversations with today’s top film artists. Explore the full program at the link below!… Read more »

Richmond – Casting for Limited Series – Dec 2020-May 2021 – Paid

arvold.casting is seeking local & regional actors for an established streaming network show filming in and around Richmond, VA. Those with and without experience are encouraged to submit!   Please find further details and submission instructions in our updated casting notice here: https://www.arvold.com/casting-call/limited-series/  

Richmond – Casting short film – Nov 6-8 – paid

Casting “Blurred Lines,” a short film. Synopsis: After an officer accused of murdering a 14-year-old boy is acquitted, the son’s father kidnaps him seeking revenge. Role Type: Lead Gender: Male Age Range: 30-45 Ethnicity: White / European Descent Role Description: The father of a biracial son kidnaps the cop who murdered him. Role Type: Supporting… Read more »

VIRTUAL – David Powers Conversation – October 8th

Documentary vs. Narrative: Lessons Learned as a Writer / Director Join for a conversation with David Powers and learn how he approaches his projects. David’s first feature film, “By the Grace of Bob” was the opening night film at the Richmond International Film Festival in 2016. David’s recent project, the documentary “Heard” about social issues… Read more »