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We are recapping our trip to the The Seatle Shorts Film Festival with Dan Michael. Talking about all the highlights and lowlights of the weekend.
* The writer, director, producer, cast, or theme of the short must be diverse, either: ethnically, culturally, or of a diverse voice or community.
* Short films must be submitted under one of the following genres: Comedy, Drama, Horror, or Sci-Fi.
* Submitting parties must hold complete rights and ownership of submitted product.
* Only original works are accepted. Submissions may not be based, in whole or in part, on material, fictional or nonfiction, produced or un-produced, published or unpublished, unless such material was originally created and published/produced by the applicant, in another medium.
* Films with prior commercial distribution or broadcast within the US are NOT eligible to submit. In the case of small non-commercial, non-publicized showings, the committee reserves the right to waive this rule.
* Shorts must run between 2-20 minutes in length.
* If selected to screen in New York in August, semi-finalists must provide their shorts in one of the following formats: DCP, HDCam (regular not SR) or QuickTime Pro Res 422.
* No revisions or updated versions will be accepted beyond the initial submission.
* An applicant may submit multiple separate entries.
* There is NO FEE for submitting a film to this festival.
* All entries must be received by June 8, 2014.
* Withoutabox profiles will be noted with a confirmation of receipt within one week of arrival.
* In mid-July, semi-finalists will be determined and notified, and announced.
* In August, a semi-finalist screening will take place in New York City. Television & Film makers are responsible for their own travel & accommodations should they choose to RSVP & attend this event.
Ross Bigley joins us to talk about his great Film Fest The one to go to IMHO This weekend!
The www.a2iwheelandtire.com/@a2iwheels guestline presents Keenan Wetzel and Delvon Roe during Thursday's episode of Sports in the Mitten with Adam Biggers and John Gustin.
Wetzel, a walk-on, and Roe, whose potential stardom was unfortunately cut short by injury, join SITM to discuss The Cager, a short film written by Wetzel and starring Roe.
The Cager's main message is "have a plan," says Wetzel and Roe--which is something they've done. Roe is a SAG-certified actor and has had major roles in several films. Wetzel hopes to put his creative mind to work in Hollywood as well.
Since Thursday is the day of 2014 NBA Draft, we'll talk about the futures of Adreian Payne, Gary Harris and Keith Appling. Don't miss the show, and visit https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1582642297/the-cager to learn how to help make this project become a reality.
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Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* A new study shows a record low percentage of abortions
* A wave of pro-life legislation is expected on state legislatures across America
* A new short film by an 18-year-old director on mitosis will blow your mind!
Rest - A Short Film by Ian Ross draws a common line between all people in the way that we handle burden, sacrifice and change. The goal of the film is to express the difficulties of choosing to be selfless while revealing the little moments that make it worthwhile.
Join us as we speak with writer/director Ian Ross about how the experiences in this film mirror our own lives.
Check out his Kickstarter Campaign.
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Welcome back to Charred Remains. Tonight Char spills her guts. She is a Woman on Fire! Char speaks about about a certain short film in Indie Horror, Horror Socials, Balls...wait no talk of BALLS on this show, politics, games, actresses, film festivals, awards and more. Tune in November 22nd at Midnight Central. Tonight a lot of people are going to be CHARRED. Get ready to talk about the whole gruesome saga known as Indie Horror and Social Media.
Joey Horvitz is a seasoned Producer with over 2 decades of entertainment industry experience. Horvitz’s expertise includes fundraising, development, production, distribution, brand integration, marketing and talent relations. Horvitz is always deeply involved in the creative process of all his projects. For the past 2 years, Horvitz has been responsible for the Award-winning Lexus Short Films initiative in association with the Weinstein Company. He has overseen all aspects of the project from creative and production to marketing and distribution.After his tenure at Cutting Edge, Horvitz founded production company Contagious Entertainment. Contagious produced a number of
projects in the film, music, print, online and mobile arenas. Horvitzwas instrumental in the company’s growth on a global scale securing a multi-million dollar independent film fund, followed by a multi-picture film deal with Bob Yari and the Yari Film Group. The film fund backed several of the company’s global hits including the highly successful
feature film, The Illusionist, which starred Edward Norton, Jessica Biel, and Paul Giamatti. Horvitz was credited Executive Producer on the film. Horvitz spearheaded a groundbreaking cross-platform viral web marketing ultimately helped lead to the film’s global success. Horvitz has become a brand integration expert, and most recently has been working with top clients and brands to produce high quality award winning content for multi-platform consumption. In 2014 Horvitz’s films from the Lexus Short Films campaign, Market Hours and Operation Barn Owl, competed in over 25 major film festivals globally with several wins. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Ross is on to talk the low down on the best Film Fest in the City of Milwaukee join us!
Tom Malloy has raised more than $25 million in private equity from independent financiers and has written, produced and starred, or co-starred, in nearly all the films. Some of these films include ASHLEY, which starred Nicole Fox and Michael Madsen last year, LOVE N’ DANCING, directed by Rob Iscove, and stars Amy Smart, Billy Zane, and Betty White; and the psychological thriller THE ALPHABET KILLER, directed by Rob Schmidt, and starring, Timothy Hutton, Tom, and Oscar Winner Melissa Leo. In addition to his work as a filmmaker, Tom is an accomplished author whose book BANKROLL: A New Approach to Financing Feature Films is considered the “gold standard” of indie film financing instruction. A second edition came out in 2012.
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