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Lynchburg – Casting for Student short – Tentative dates Oct 27-Nov 5 – Paid

Currently casting for student short film: Lynchburg, VA TENTATIVE DATES: Oct 27-Nov 5 LEAD ROLE: Asian Female, age 23-29 (preferably Japanese) SUPPORTING ROLE: Asian Female, age 50-70 (preferably Japanese) SUPPORTING ROLE: Male, age 23-29 SUPPORTING ROLE: Male, age 40-50 If interested, please email papercut.a.short.film@gmail.com to set up an audition. If possible, please include a headshot,… Read more »

Richmond – Feature Film Seeking Crew – TENTATIVE DATES Dec 2020 – Jan 2021 – Paid

Woodlake Productions is seeking crew for its upcoming feature film “The Council of Ten” Seeking: Director of Photography/Cinematographer 1st A.C 2nd A.C 1st A.D Script Supervisor Grips x2 Boom Operator Production Assistant x2 Hair/Make Up Artist Craft Services Please email woodlakeprod@gmail.com with the subject line being the position you are apply for. Submit resume with… Read more »

Lighthouse Studio Online Summer Film Academy – June 1 -Aug 31 – Prices vary

Who: Light House Studio What: Summer Film Academy Where: Online When: June 1 – August 21 (workshops are one week, M – F) How Much: Prices vary. Financial aid available. See our website for more details.   2020 ONLINE SUMMER FILM ACADEMY UPDATE We hope you and your families are figuring your ways through quarantine.… Read more »

Light House Studio Online Film Masterclass – May 19 – Register, pay what you can

Who: Light House Studio What: Online Masterclass with Hollywood Executive Jocelyn Diaz (bio below) When: May 19, 5:30 – 6:30pm EST Where: Online via Zoom link How: Register on our website HERE and pay what you can ($20 suggested value) About Jocelyn Diaz After graduating from the University of Virginia in 1999 with a degree in… Read more »

COVID-19 Update from the Virginia Film Office

Dear Friends, As communities begin moving toward measured economic re-opening, please stay tuned for updates and links to best practices and suggested guidelines.  Our goal will always be to ensure the safest return to the work we know and love. At this time we ask that everyone adhere to all health and safety practices recommended… Read more »

Statewide – VPA Screenwriting Contest – Open NOW, Deadline June 30 – Free

2020 VPA SCREENWRITING CONTEST CALLING ALL SCREENWRITERS, CALLING ALL SCREENWRITERS! Have you been sitting around bored in your house feeling like your creative juices are starting to fade because of this pandemic? Do you have an old script you have been hanging on to waiting for the right time? Why don’t you pick up that old script that… Read more »

Statewide – Richmond International Film Festival online Series – May 4 – Free

Richmond International Film Festival presents the RIFFx Online Series, co-presented by the RIFF Arts Institute. Monday, May 4 at 2pm RIFFx Series episode features 16 BARS with some very special guests! Catch it at 2pm Eastern time via Facebook Live Broadcast @ Facebook.com/RVAFilmFest

Statewide – The TIVA Peer Awards Live Stream – May 3 – Free

The #23rdTIVAPeerAwards will be streaming live from the facilities at Interface Media Group and Glass River Media (taking care to observe all social-distancing protocols) on Sunday, May 3, starting with a “virtual cocktail hour” at 5:30p and the ceremony itself at 6:15p. We will embed the YouTube livestream on our website, www.tivadc.org, and you can view directly from  YouTube here,… Read more »

Online – VPA Celebrates Women in Film and Video DC with Melissa Houghton – April 30 Zoom – Free

Melissa Houghton, Executive Director of Women and Film in Video presents information pertinent to the industry. Networking from 6-630pm* Then Melissa Hougton at 6:30 with topics followed by Q&A. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9162883008?pwd=NTJnL01EMVFlbWZJTGN6N1hUSEwvZz09 The Zoom link is above for April 30, 2020 at 6pm. *If you are unfamiliar with Zoom – PLEASE join early! As a courtesy to… Read more »

Statewide – Roy W Dean Film Grant – June 30 deadline – Fee

Created to help independent filmmakers get their films started or completed, the 2nd Roy W. Dean Grant of 2020 is now open for applications.  Grant winner will receive $3,500 cash as well as $20,000 more in film goods and production services.   Founded in 1993 by  Carole Dean, President of top rated non-profit  From the… Read more »