Thursday, 27 January 2011

Weekly Bulletin 27/01/11

1. CASTING/CREWING:
2. LOCATIONS:
3. PROPS:
4. WORKSHOPS: 'The Craft of Acting' is running weekly
5. FILM CHALLENGES: Weekender Filmbender just completed and also Leeds Film Coalition first film challenge
6. FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS & SCREENINGS: Stewards needed for 'Straight Out' screening - Friday 25th Feb
Weekender Filmbender Film Challenge screening - Thurs 3rd March
7. WEBSITE UPDATES:
8. GENERAL INFO: Worthing Theatres

Keep an eye out on the website for extra news and information:

http://www.filmcoalition.co.uk/


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1. CASTING/CREWING -

- Latest TV Needs Researchers To Report Local Stories (expenses)
If you can find stories local to Brighton and surrounding areas and are eager to report them on camera, for the online news show, Latest TV, then please send your ideas to Piotr.
e-mail: piotr@dorosz.eu
m: 07958219672
web:
http://www.blogger.com/www.youtube.com.user/latestTV






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2. LOCATIONS -


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3. PROPS -


4. WORKSHOPS -


'The Craft of Acting', a useful and enjoyable actors workshop, is running weekly, run by our very own workshop coordinator Elena Saorin

To book a place on the workshop:
Email: elena.saorin@filmcoalition.co.uk (Workshop Coordinator)


- Online Video Tutorials
Greg Brand is an experienced video maker and will be creating a series of 'How To's' for camera work and editing in the coming months, so watch this space.

web:
http://www.blogger.com/www.gregbrand.co.uk


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5. FILM CHALLENGES -

- The Weekender Filmbender has just been completed
Well done to everyone who took part, was an inspiring and enlightening experience hopefully for many of you (please feel free to give feedback)



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6. FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS, SCREENINGS, EXHIBITIONS -


- The Marwood Coffee Shop Virals (expenses/coffee/booze)
It's like a mini Challenge so get involved and keep your hand in before the main event next month! Our home cafe is needing some quick n'quirky adverts. In Rich's own words:

'I'm looking for some viral advertising to promote The Marwood. I'd like it on a smart phone format. So that hopefully it'll get fired all around the world. Whether it's an overdub of Monkey Magic "I've had too much coffeeeeeee money!" or just something completely repulsive, a brick making love to a chicken. You have total carte blanche. I'd like to make people smile, be disturbed and slightly aroused at the same time. Marwood's dad could kick Starbucks dad's Arse.'

'10secs max, your own body weight in coffee and a boozy screening'

Email: richard@themarwood.com
m: 0772641869
t: 01273 382063

Here is an example from Gavin O'Mally-Richardson
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8YVhYhHZ4s



-
Stewards needed for the screening of 'Straight Out' (film by Andy Nicholls)
The screening is taking place at the Sallis Benney Theatre at the University this Friday 25th
The stewards will also get to see the film and will need to be there at 7.15pm
If interested please contact Gavin O'Mally Richardson (or one of us at BFC)


-
Film Challenge Screening
Thursday 3rd March at The Latest MusicBar, Doors at 7.30pm and screening at 8pm Free admission
Also for the first time ever films will be shown from the Leeds Film Challenge which ran at the same time as ours (and vice versa)


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7. WEBSITE UPDATES - www.filmcoalition.co.uk

- Coming Soon (still)
Steven Haw is on the case and is working hard on our new website!
big cheer for Steven for stepping up to take this on !!


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8. GENERAL INFO & NEW MEMBERS -


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Lovely actress/member Phillippa Hammond has passed this onto us also
There is a petition to try and save the theatre where Harold Pinter's first play was staged and one of Alan Ayckbourne's favourites, The Connaught Theatre Worthing.

Perhaps some of you acquired your Equity card there or have performed in Worthing and have fond memories

Due to the cuts Worthing Theatres will no longer exist and part of the Repertory Circuit will disappear forever
This will not only be detrimental to you the Actor but all the wonderful technical staff and back room people will suffer SO

PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION http://saveworthingtheatres.co.uk


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If you cannot attend our Sunday Meetings at 6pm upstairs at the Marwood, please post your info before Tuesday morning to be included in the Weekly Bulletin. You can also add new information directly onto the BFC website http://filmcoalition.co.uk/

Extra news throughout the week can be posted on the website and our two Facebook pages. No naughty stuff please... that means all expenses
paid and feeding people if you're crewing/casting.

If I have missed any news or details please blame someone else or let me know so I can get the correct information out.

Sarah 'post-challenge exhaustion' Saeed

www.filmcoalition.co.uk

Emma.Bailey@filmcoalition.co.uk - Co-Head
Adrian.Worsfold@filmcoalition.co.uk - Co-Head
Elena.Saorin@filmcoalition.co.uk - Workshop Coordinator
Jill.Ahrens@filmcoalition.co.uk - Communications Coordinator
Sarah.Saeed@filmcoalition.co.uk - Events Coordinator
Murray.Hecht@filmcoalition.co.uk - Film Challenge Coordinator
Tim.Pieraccini@filmcoalition.co.uk - Resource Coordinator

Friday, 21 January 2011

Weekly Bulletin 21/01/11

1. CASTING/CREWING: Leeds feature film support / Call for artists
2. LOCATIONS:
3. PROPS:
4. WORKSHOPS: Advanced Scriptwriting / Craft of acting
5. FILM CHALLENGES: The Weekender FilmBender
6. FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS & SCREENINGS: Marwood Virals / MovieBar
7. WEBSITE UPDATES:
8. GENERAL INFO: Survey Survey Survey / Screen South meeting / Weekly Meeting Rota / New Members

Keep an eye out on the website for extra news and information:

www.filmcoalition.co.uk/

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Welcome to our Blog!

Glad you could join us :)


1. CASTING/CREWING -

-- Help Support a Leeds Feature
From our Leeds Branch in case anyone can help or at least support by liking the project on facebook.

My name is Greig Johnson and I have been writing, directing and producing independent digital shorts and music videos for ten years. I now have a feature length script for a low budget, Yorkshire-based comedy (one reader said 'The Man Who Fell To Earth' collides with 'The Royal Tennenbaums', in Harrogate) and am looking for a producer with whom to form a creative partnership. The project primarily requires budgeting before we can begin fundraising.

In 2004, my film Hilarity was shortlisted for the BBC Talent New Filmmaker Award and Best UK Short at Leeds International Film Festival. Most recently, my adaptation of William Burroughs' MR BRADLEY MR MARTIN HEAR US THROUGH THE HOLE IN THIN AIR was nominated for Best Yorkshire Short at both Leeds and Hull International Film Festivals 2010, as well as screening at Raindance, the Zebra Poetry Film Festival in Berlin, the Fantasia genre festival in Montreal and Odense International Film Festival in Denmark.

Anyone who may be interested in getting involved can contact:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Who-Wants-to-Make-Fund-or-Appear-in-a-Feature-Film-from-Greig-Johnson/170344919677055
Greig Johnson | eclecticschlock@hotmail.com
www.eclecticschlock.com


-- Call for artists, half moon young people's theatre

Listing from Artjobs... Seeking Artists of all backgrounds.

Half Moon is seeking artists, interested in creating performances for young people, for our acclaimed Exchange For Change artform development programme, which in 2011 focuses on creating new work for 7-11s. The project will involve working with other artists, Half Moon and young people to devise a new piece of theatre to be showcased at a festival.

You must be available for around 10 days from April – beginning of July, including 30th June 2011. This is freelance opportunity, which will be paid based on number of sessions.

We particularly welcome artists from all artform backgrounds (e,g. dancers/chorographers, poets/spoken word artists, illustrators, media artists, musicians), with little, or no previous experience in creating theatre for young people, but who are excited by the prospect. Please see Half Moon's website for further details. www.halfmoon.org.uk

Please email CV, cover letter and examples of your work by 27 January to: admin@halfmoon.org.uk


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3. PROPS -

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4. WORKSHOPS -

-- Advanced Scriptwriting Workshops, 10 Week Course

Held by GARY MEPSTED, whose background is in writing feature & short films and stage plays.
He has also been running this workshop for many years, at over £100 for a 1o week session, but for members he is very kindly asking for DONATIONS ONLY.

Gary is building on our basic scriptwriting workshop about creating short stories and will help participants into writing an original 60 min screenplay. All Welcome

Please e-mail for places.

Starts: Tues 1st Feb, 7:30-9:30
Lasts: 2hrs, Every Tues, 10 Weeks
Location: Old College House, 8-10 Richmond Terrace

e-mail: garywm@ntlworld.com
e-mail: elena.saorin@filmcoalition.co.uk (Workshop Coordinator)


-- Craft of Acting Workshops
“The Craft of Acting” workshops are weekly sessions in which we'll explore together different acting techniques and approaches. From text work to character building; from movement based training to improvisation.

The participants will be lead through exercises and techniques I have encountered in my training and coaching, enriched with the deeper practical understanding coming from first hand professional experience.

We welcome actors and performers of all levels. But also directors, writers and other practitioners interested in understanding this craft. If you are just getting started or need to keep up existing skills, you will be encouraged to explore new territories or to consolidate and share your knowledge in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

In the first session we will cover the fundamentals of the craft, the building blocks. What do we need to be good actors?

Participants will be asked to contribute on a donation basis.

Every Wednesday 6pm - 8pm
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=142526245793047

To book you can :
call 0776 860 4931;
email elena.saorin@yahoo.com



-- Have skills to share then why not see if you can run a workshop ?
If you have skills to run a donation based workshop for BFC members, please email Elena.
E-mail: Elena.Saorin@filmcoalition.co.uk



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5. FILM CHALLENGES -

-- 'The Weekender FilmBender' Film Challenge February
...is coming atcha! It's been 2yrs since our first Film Challenge! That ran for 48hrs, so as it's birthday time, so will this one! Arrive FRI evening, get the idea and a group and deliver SUNDAY night...Screening will be the following week as we'll be swapping films with our sister...The Leeds Filmmakers Coalition!

Mr Tim P will be setting this challenge for us...

More information and events page coming soon so spread the word !


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6. FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS, SCREENINGS, EXHIBITIONS -

- Marwood Cafe Virals (expenses/coffee/booze)
Its like a mini Challenge so get involved and keep your hand in before the main event next month!
Our home Cafe is needing some quick'n'quirky adverts...in Rich's own words...

'I'm looking for some viral advertising to promote Marwood. I'd like it on a smart phone format. So that hopefully it'll get fired all around the world. Whether it's an overdub of Monkey Magic "I've had too much coffeeeeeee monkey!" or just something completely repulsive, a brick making love to a chicken. You have total carte blanche. I'd like to make people smile, be disturbed and slightly aroused at the same time.
'marwood's dad could kick Starbucks dad's Arse.'

'10secs max, your own body weight in coffee and a boozy screening'

e-mail: richard@themarwood.com
m: 0772641869
t: 01273 382063

Here is an example from Gavin O'Mally-Richardson
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8YVhYhHZ4s


-- This week, Adrian's film choice is "Brighton Rock"

Wednesday 26 January, 6.30

The film's stars Sam Riley and Andrea Riseborough and writer/director Rowan Joffe will be attending this exclusive and unique red-carpet event.

This adaptation of the classic Graham Greene novel takes place during the legendary Rockers versus Mods wars of the 1960s in Brighton. Rising star Sam Riley plays Pinkie, alongside Academy Award winner Helen Mirren, John Hurt and Andrea Riseborough.



-- MovieBar (formerly Son of MovieBar)
A monthly film screening and networking event that takes place on the first Monday of every month at the Cornerstone pub in Brighton (bottom of Elm Grove).

The first event of 2011 will take place on Monday 7th February at 8pm. The new e-mail address for film submissions and queries is:

moviebar@ymail.com.

Please e-mail that address if you would like to be added to the mailing list. There is also a new Facebook group here:

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_188899724470156

Hope to see you there in February!'

Regards

Chris


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7. WEBSITE UPDATES - www.filmcoalition.co.uk

-- Website new lease of life
Steven Haw going to be working hard to get our website alot prettier in the coming weeks and redesigning the layout to make it simpler and easier for everyone to use.


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8. GENERAL INFO & NEW MEMBERS -

-- The Survey is here (only takes about 10 mins and is really quite important)
After days of hard work from everyone involved, our first major survey is now ready for you to fill in !
Please take a little of your time to give us your opinion. It will provide valuable information on what you all want from The Filmmakers Coalition and how we might improve areas.

http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/446704/BFC-Survey

We are holding the survey open for One Week so please take that into consideration.

Deadline: Saturday 22nd January
e-mail: bfc@filmcoalition.co.uk

-- Screen South Meeting News
Emma and myself went upto BAFTA Last Wednesday to meet with Jo Nolan to discuss The Filmmakers Coalition. This Meeting was very informative and highlighted areas we all still need to focus on and discuss if we are to establish our group with other organisations.
We Will briefly mention what happened at the Sunday Meeting, but a full discussion will be happening once the survey results are in. So please fill in the survey !


-- Weekly Meeting Rota
We now have a Meeting Rota that will let you see who is hosting the Meetings each week with contact details. This will be available to view online shortly and a hard copy will be placed in the Marwood.


-- New Members

Guillaume Mougin A student from the Brighton Film School wanting to get involved. Has made some short films, documentries and general video work.

Eve Mundy A total beginner hopign to learn some new skills and to get involved in local filmmaking.
e-mail: eve.lauren@hotmail.co.uk


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If you cannot make our Sunday Meetings at 6pm upstairs at the Marwood, please post your info before Tuesday morning to be included in that weeks' Bulletin. You can also add new information directly onto the BFC website www.filmcoalition.co.uk/

Extra news throughout the week can be posted on the website and our two Facebook pages. No naughty stuff please... that means all paid expenses and feeding people if you're crewing/casting.

If I have missed any news or details please blame someone else or let me know so I can get the correct information out.

Adrian ‘oohhh dear i done it now’ Worsfooldafoolfold

www.filmcoalition.co.uk


Emma.Bailey@filmcoalition.co.uk - Co-Head
Adrian.Worsfold@filmcoalition.co.uk - Co-Head
Elena.Saorin@filmcoalition.co.uk - Workshop Coordinator
Jill.Ahrens@filmcoalition.co.uk - Communications Coordinator
Sarah.Saeed@filmcoalition.co.uk - Events Coordinator
Murray.Hecht@filmcoalition.co.uk - Film Challenge Coordinator
Tim.Pieraccini@filmcoalition.co.uk - Resources Coordinator

Friday, 14 January 2011

Weekly Bulletin 14/01/11

1. CASTING/CREWING: Producer/Sound Man/Reporters/Make-Up/4xActor/3xActresses/2xActor
2. LOCATIONS: White Tiled Room/Industrial Basement
3. PROPS: Grow Lamps
4. WORKSHOPS: Online Video Tutorials, Advanced Scriptwriting
5. FILM CHALLENGES: The Weekender Filmbender
6. FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS & SCREENINGS: Marwood Viral Filmmakers/MovieBar
7. WEBSITE UPDATES: Designs starting for our new site, please e-mail ideas.
8. GENERAL INFO: Please Complete BFC Survey and Newbies

Keep an eye out on the website for extra news and information:

http://www.filmcoalition.co.uk/


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1. CASTING/CREWING -

- Director Darrel J Butlin seeks an experienced Producer for a short film project "101 Uses for a Cat."
Synopsis: After discovering his wife's affair, a jealous LINUS GREEN, abducts her cat with the intent of avenging her betrayal, by bludgeoning the cat to death. A suspense thriller with comedic undertones, '101 Uses for a Dead Cat' is a neo-noir, that builds on a quirky premise of a mysterious man with a cat in his suitcase.

The script has been written by Chris Hill, whose credits include TV Skins.Paul Sarony from Mrs. Brown and Hideous Kinky, is to executive produce. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0765470/

Director's Bio: Darrel is an experienced commercials director and (ex)post-production artist with international credits and experience of working at the highest end of the commercial film industry, www.darrelbutlin.com Through his company Eyebrid Blaze Ltd, www.eyebridblaze.com he brings post-production facilities, and furthermore, he has attracted commercial sponsors.
This short film is being produced as a demonstrator pilot for future feature projects; to raise visibility of the creative team and to build investor confidence.
Darrel has created a financial package to entice investors, but a Producer is required to help drive the project forward and help raise the finance needed to produce the film. e-mail: darrelbutlin@gmail.comm:44 (0)7929288815


- Sound Person for Short Film (expenses)
Basement Films is needing a sound person + equipment to travel to London for the 22nd Jan, for a short film.
Location is at Notting Hill Gate
e-mail: michaela@basementfilms.org.uk


- Latest TV Needs Researchers To Report Local Stories (expenses)
If you can find stories local to Brighton and surrounding areas and are eager to report them on camera, for the online news show, Latest TV, then please send your ideas to Piotr.
e-mail: piotr@dorosz.eu
m: 07958219672
web: www.youtube.com.user/latestTV


- Actors and Actress needed for Musser Leghorn Films (paid)
Musser Leghorn Films, London based film company is auditioning for 4 actors and 3 actresses for black comedy, shot on RED, aimed at film circuit, UK and USA.

Written and directed by Ben Dixon. The film centres around a parrot, a sensitive and slightly obsessive husband and an energetic but unfaithful wife. Must be comfortable with Avian co-stars.

Closing Date: 18th Jan
Auditions: 25th & 28th Jan
Shooting: last 2 weeks of Feb

More Info: http://www.artsjobs.org.uk/arts-job/post/actor-actress-3/
Contact: Hugo Caroca
e-mail: mrleghornfilms@gmail.com


- Robert Dee is looking for two Actors - One day shoot
Robert is wanting to make a Beckett style short film with a quick turn around to be filmed in Mid-Feb.
one of the characters is breaking rocks with a hammer and the other is an interrogator). Its an alpha male type and a subservient type. The script will be given to the actors beforehand with a good readthrough so they "get" the tone of it. If they've seen any Beckett, I'd imagine they'd get the tone.

e-mail: dee.bobby@gmail.com
web: http://www.robert-dee.com


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2. LOCATIONS -

- White Tiled Room
William Ranieri needs this location, for a hospital scene, to shoot this Saturday, as part of a short film.

e-mail: williamranieri@yahoo.it
m: 07530987959


- Industrial Basement Style Room
Robert Dee is looking for a dingy industrial basement type place (one of the characters is breaking rocks with a hammer and the other is an interrogator) something prison like and quite large as I imagine it being quite in-camera quite heavy use of the space, so the interrogator moves back and forth the space. I would imagine a one day shoot

e-mail: dee.bobby@gmail.com
web: http://www.robert-dee.com


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3. PROPS -

-Grow Lamps needed for time lapse of plants.
John Baker needs to borrow these for an upcoming shoot.

m: 07968848753
e-mail: bongo_john_uk@yahoo.co.uk


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4. WORKSHOPS -

- Advanced Script Writing, weekly
Held by GARY MEPSTED, whose background is in writing feature & short films and stage plays.
He has also been running this workshop for many years, at over £100 for a 1o week session, but for members he is very kindly asking for DONATIONS ONLY.

Gary is building on our basic script writing workshop about creating short stories and will help participants into writing an original 60 min screenplay.

Please e-mail for places.

Starts: Tues 1st Feb, 7:30-9:30
Lasts: 2hrs, Every Tues, 10 Weeks
Location: Old College House, 8-10 Richmond Terrace

e-mail: garywm@ntlworld.com
e-mail: elena.saorin@filmcoalition.co.uk (Workshop Coordinator)


- Online Video Tutorials
Greg Brand is an experienced video maker and will be creating a series of 'How To's' for camera work and editing in the coming months, so watch this space.

web: www.gregbrand.co.uk


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5. FILM CHALLENGES -

- The Weekender Filmbender...
...is coming atcha! It's been 2yrs since our first Film Challenge! That ran for 48hrs, so as it's birthday time, so will this one! Arrive FRI evening, get the idea and the group and deliver SUNDAY night...Screening will be the following weekend as we'll be swapping films with our sister...The Leeds Filmmakers Coalition!

We're aiming for the 3rd weekend in Feb, Fri 18th-Sun 20th.


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6. FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS, SCREENINGS, EXHIBITIONS -

- Marwood Cafe Virals (expenses/coffee/booze)
Its like a mini Challenge so get involved and keep your hand in before the main event next month!
Our home Cafe is needing some quick n'quirky adverts...in Rich's own words...

'I'm looking for some viral advertising to promote Marwood. I'd like it on a smart phone format. So that hopefully it'll get fired all around the world. Whether it's an overdub of Monkey Magic "I've had too much coffeeeeeee money!" or just something completely repulsive, a brick making love to a chicken. You have total carte blanche. I'd like to make people smile, be disturbed and slightly aroused at the same time.
marwood's dad could kick Starbucks dad's Arse.'

'10secs max, your own body weight in coffee and a boozy screening'

e-mail: richard@themarwood.com
m: 0772641869
t: 01273 382063

Here is an example from Gavin O'Mally-Richardson
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8YVhYhHZ4s


- MovieBar (formerly Son of MovieBar)
A monthly film screening and networking event that takes place on the first Monday of every month at the Cornerstone pub in Brighton (bottom of Elm Grove).

The first event of 2011 will take place on Monday 7th February at 8pm. The new e-mail address for film submissions and queries is:

moviebar@ymail.com.

Please e-mail that address if you would like to be added to the mailing list. There is also a new Facebook group here:

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_188899724470156

Hope to see you there in February!'

Regards

Chris


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7. WEBSITE UPDATES - www.filmcoalition.co.uk

- Coming Soon (still)
Steven Haw is on the case and once he has some Challenge poster designs out the way he will be working hard on our new website !
big cheer for Steven for stepping up to take this on !!


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8. GENERAL INFO & NEW MEMBERS -

- The Survey is here (only takes about 10 mins and its not on your favorite film)
After days of hard work from everyone involved, our first major survey is now ready for you to fill in !
Please take a little of your time to give us your opinion. It will provide valuable information on what you all want from The filmmakers Coalition and how we might improve areas.

http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/446704/BFC-Survey

We are holding the survey open for One Week so please take that into consideration.

Deadline: Saturday 22nd January
e-mail: bfc@filmcoalition.co.uk


- Mervin Etienne
An actor offering his services and also has a space at the Palace Pier gallery that he maybe willing to offer out as a location space.
He also has a video up on youtube of a piece he recently made
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GoDCFoMm6k

e-mail: mervinetienne@hotmail.com


- Darrel J Butlin
With Specialisms in Writing, Directing and Post production among other things. More info can be found in his advert at the top of this Bulletin.

e-mail: darrelbutlin@gmail.com
web: www.darrelbutlin.com

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If you cannot make our Sunday Meetings at 6pm upstairs at the Marwood, please post your info before Tuesday morning to be included in that weeks' Bulletin. You can also add new information directly onto the BFC websitehttp://filmcoalition.co.uk/

Extra news throughout the week can be posted on the website and our two Facebook pages. No naughty stuff please... that means all paid expenses and feeding people if you're crewing/casting.

If I have missed any news or details please blame someone else or let me know so I can get the correct information out.

Emma 'She was here really' Bailey
Adrian 'Ghost writer' Worsfooldafoolfold

www.filmcoalition.co.uk


Emma.Bailey@filmcoalition.co.uk - Co-Head
Adrian.Worsfold@filmcoalition.co.uk - Co-Head
Elena.Saorin@filmcoalition.co.uk - Workshop Coordinator
Jill.Ahrens@filmcoalition.co.uk - Communications Coordinator
Sarah.Saeed@filmcoalition.co.uk - Events Coordinator
Murray.Hecht@filmcoalition.co.uk - Film Challenge Coordinator
Tim.Pieraccini@filmcoalition.co.uk - Resource Coordinator