Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Weekly Bulletin 29/03/11

1. CASTING AND CREWING:
- Relentless the movie is after assistance
- John Baker is looking for help
- Breakfast With Strangers in Pre-Production
- Amber Langtry would like to help with visual effects for her showreel
2. LOCATIONS:
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3. PROPS
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4. WORKSHOPS:
- Updates
5. FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS AND SCREENINGS:
- Galway Film Fleadh
- Kickstarter funding
- Adding pay per view video to your facebook pages
- Moviebar
6. FILM CHALLENGES:
- Leeds update
7. WEBSITE UPDATES:
- Blogs and articles for new website
8. GENERAL INFO & NEW PEOPLE:
- Crimson Horse
- Critical incident
- Doug Devaney 'No particular place to go' Wednesday
- New Member


Keep an eye out on the website for extra news and information:
www.filmcoalition.co.uk

We now also have a Facebook Fanpage for you to 'like':
www.facebook.com/BrightonFilmmakersCoalition

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1. CASTING/CREWING:


- Relentlessthe Movie [sic] is looking for sponsors / actors / bikers / a martial arts expert for their film. See their Facebook page for details.
www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002220215121

- John Baker is looking for help with 2 shorts. Pre-production has started.  Most urgent now are: Casting Director, Costume, Art Department/Props, Producer, Location scout/manager.
Email: john[at]monkeybrainsmedia.com

- The feature 'Breakfast with Strangers' is now in pre-production and has a page at
www.facebook.com/pages/Breakfast-With-Strangers/168610299838049
If you're interested in following the development of this unusual feature, or being involved, you can 'like' this page.

- Amber Langtry "I'd like to work with someone who has a shot now or soonish that needs some visual effects work. I only have time to do one shot at the moment but will do a professional job as it's for my showreel."
Email: amberlangtry[at]hotmail.com


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3. PROPS:
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4. WORKSHOPS:


- The two workshops on reading from a script to an audience have now finished, thank you to everyone for attending. There may be another round later in the year – information on the workshops from Philippa Hammond via Facebook or Elena Saorin.
Email: Elena.Saorin[at]filmcoalition.co.uk

- Two more Advanced Screenwriting workshops to go before we hopefully see the results !
Gary Meptsed may hold a 90 minute screenplay course later in the year and will hopefulyl be runnign another advanced scriptwriting workshop after a short break.
For information and news contact Elena Saorin.
Email: Elena.Saorin[at]filmcoalition.co.uk

If you would like to propose holding a workshop for the BFC please contact the workshops coordinator Elena Saorin.
Email: Elena.Saorin[at]filmcoalition.co.uk


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5. FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS AND SCREENINGS:


Two notifications from Author Lookman:
- The Galway Film Fleadh is calling for entries – features, shorts and pitches. Information at www.galwayfilmfleadh.com

- Fund your projects the innovative way with Kickstarter www.kickstarter.com

- Adrian has added advice onto Facebook on creating Facebook pages
www.mikeybee.com/how-to-embed-dynamo-video-on-facebook-fan-page

- MovieBar, it's on Monday 4th April at the Cornerstone, 8pm. The quiz will be about films featuring monkeys. There's a real mix of films this month, including music videos, short comedies and drama/thrillers. All 6 of the films will be followed by a Q&A by the director or someone from the crew. The full line-up is on the website
www.moviebar.co.uk



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6. FILM CHALLENGES:
- News from the 48 Hour Film Challenge screening in Leeds, where they showed the films in the same running order as the Brighton screening: 20-25 people attended, and a few of the cast/crew from BBC's Frankenstein Wedding came in and watched the films while eating their dinner. A good start and everyone enjoyed the films and are looking forward to the next challenges !



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7. WEBSITE UPDATES:
- Dont forget we have Fan Page on facebook with more news and updates than you get with teh standard group so please click 'like' on the page
www.facebook.com/BrightonFilmmakersCoalition

- Blogs, Articles, Tutorials !! If anyone would like to write blogs or small articles on relevant filmmaking topics then please get in touch. We would love to start getting members more involved with generating online content when the new website is up and running. The kind of thing we are looking for is perhaps a small article on some of the best websites for scriptwriting information and advice or an article on how to use crowd funding sites. New articles and blogs will be linked here. If your interested please contact.
Email: Adrian.Worsfold[at]filmcoalition.co.uk


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8. GENERAL INFO & NEW PEOPLE:
- Crimson Horse Theatre is currently casting Franz Kafka's 'The Trial'. As usual, see the Facebook page Crimson Horse Theatre Castings for details.

- Thomas Everchild and Philippa Hammond are presenting sessions in this year's Critical Incident all-day event on 18th June at Phoenix Gallery,  Brighton. See www.thecriticalincident.com for details of workshops, poetry and other events on the theme of 'Connection' as they are included.

- Doug Devaney presents 'No Particular Place to Go' at the Lectern, Lewes Road,  Wednesday 30th March to Saturday 2nd April. Doors open 7:45, Performance at 8:30. Tickets are £5 each, available either on the door or pre-bookable
Email: chronicle.theatre[at]yahoo.co.uk

- New member Theresa Barratt arrived in Brighton in October from the West Country. She is interested in acting, singing and writing, having acted since childhood, and has done a lot of art, video and drama as a Youth worker plus some film/video acting. Also has some experience with makeup and costume.


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If you can't attend our meetings every Sunday, please email us any info before Tuesday morning in order to be included in that weeks' Bulletin to: bfc[at]filmcoalition.co.uk

You can also add new information directly onto our website or Facebook Group or Fanpage walls.
www.filmcoalition.co.uk

If I have missed any news or details or I made a mistake, please email me so I can correct it!

Thomas "Hosted The Meeting" Everchild
Philippa "Took The Minutes" Hammond

www.filmcoalition.co.uk
Emma.Bailey[at]filmcoalition.co.uk - Co-Head
Adrian.Worsfold[at]filmcoalition.co.uk - Co-Head
Elena.Saorin[at]filmcoalition.co.uk - Workshop Coordinator
Jill.Ahrens[at]filmcoalition.co.uk - Communications Coordinator
Sarah.Saeed[at]filmcoalition.co.uk - Events Coordinator
Tim.Pieraccini[at]filmcoalition.co.uk - Resources Coordinator

Thursday, 24 March 2011

Weekly Bulletin 24/03/11

1. CASTING AND CREWING:
- Editor/Composer/Dance Choreographer
- Line Producer

2. LOCATIONS:
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3. PROPS
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4. WORKSHOPS:
- Advanced Script Writing, ongoing + next series
- Reading Aloud, finito
- The Craft Of Acting, coming soon

5. FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS AND SCREENINGS:
- Quick Guide to Cannes
- Vintage Mobile Cinema
- Somewhere
- Sundance London
- No Particular Place To Go, play
- Metamorphosis, play

6. FILM CHALLENGES:

7. WEBSITE UPDATES:
-Bailey/Worsfold/Haw...coming soon

8. GENERAL INFO & NEW PEOPLE:
- Spindle Mag, wants you!
- 1 x Newbie


Keep an eye out on the website for extra news and information
www.filmcoalition.co.uk

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1. CASTING/CREWING:

- Samantha Hamer is currently editing footage of her 48hr challange film and is looking for help to turn the material into a trailer for a further project. Also requiring a composer/dance choreographer for her film 'Behind The Dancer'.

Further Details
www.girlyfilms.co.uk

Email: girlyfilms[at]virginmedia.com

- Luqman Raymond Whittinger, Ray, author and film animator producer. Is currently costing a budget for a film to be shot in Spain and is needing a line producer.

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3. PROPS:
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4. WORKSHOPS:

- Advanced Script Writing, by Gary Mepsted is now in it's 8/10 week. Gary will very kindly be running another one after a break.

Email: garywm[at]ntlworld.com for more info

- Reading Aloud, finito

Big thanks to Phillipa Hammond for leading us through 2 weeks of understanding how to read aloud from either scripts or publicly to an audience. If anyone wants more info on the usefule knowledge she imparted her contact is...

Email: phillippa[at]phillipahammond.com

- The Craft Of Acting, returning soon

Email: elena.saorin[at]yahoo.com

- Non-Coalition workshop, obviously, 2 day Guerilla Film Makers Masterclass Saturday 4th June and Sunday 5th June at Ealing Studios. Price dropped from £237 to just £60. So if you want to make a giant leap in 2 days, meet other passionate filmmakers like yourself and get powerful breakthroughs in your project, click here...

www.guerillamasterclass.com

Get in touch with Elena Saorin for more info or to propose a workshop: elena.saorin[at]filmcoalition.co.uk


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5. FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS AND SCREENINGS:

- Guerilla Guide to Cannes by Chris Jones. Shot last year, a quick guide to the Cannes Film Festival and Market
http://vimeo.com/4661897

- 'Vintage Mobile Cinema' A vintage van has been fitted out as a mobile cinema and will be travelling round less accessible towns in the UK this summer. They welcome submissions of new films for consideration for screening. For more info see...

www.vintagemobilecinema.co.uk
Mob: 07809 640714

-'Somewhere' A group of artists are designing and creating a floating cinema boat which they aim to float around London canals this summer. Not yet taking submissions, but keep an eye on their progress.

www.somewhere.org.uk/floatingcinema/

- Robert Redford was in London recently promoting Sundance London.
Thomas Everchild will contact the BFI to see if they can accept short films for showing.

- 'No Particular Place To Go' written/directed by Doug Devaney.
Chronical Theatre's first play tells the story of an international airport from the point of view of the homeless who have come to live within its terminals.

Upstairs at The Lectern, Lewed Road, Wed 30th March-Sat 2nd April.
Doors 7:45, performance 8:30
Tickets £5, on door or pre-book by e-mailing.

Email: chronical.theatre[at]yahoo.co.uk

-'Metamorphosis' is at The Marlborough Theatre.
26th-28th May. 7pm
£8/£6 concessions
See Fringe brochure for details.

Email: murray.hecht[at]talk21.com

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6. FILM CHALLENGES:


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7. WEBSITE UPDATES:

- Adrian, Emma and Stephen Haw are currently in many a meeting, no change there, about redesigning and expanding the BFC website. Lots of work for a sexy site, thank you Mr. Haw.


- If anyone would like to write blogs or small articles on relevant filmmaking topics then please get in contact. We would love to start getting members more involved with generating usable content when the new website is up and running. New articles and blogs will be linked here.
AdrianWorsfold
Email: adrian.worsfold[at]filmcoalition.co.uk


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8. GENERAL INFO & NEW PEOPLE:

-We have been approached by Spindle magazine, a quarterly free arts Brighton based mag. Covering art, fashion, photoghraphy etc and in each issue they included a 'Ones To Watch' section. For their May issue they are considering featuring filmmakers from The Filmmakers Coalition. Please submit your details for us to compile and pass on to Spindle Magazine for selection.

Deadline to submit: 5pm 27th March.

Email: jill.ahrens[at]filmcoalition.co.uk

- Newbie, Yvonne Luna, a performer and beginner film maker, has recently made a documentary short on work with people with learning difficulties in France.

Email: yvoluna[at]yahoo.co.uk

- See Red: Last week Andy Nichols asked if anyone would be interested in taking part in a day test shoot for the Red One camera and steadicam rig. The test shoot has now turned into a full short film, scripted by Thomas Everchild from ideas by cast and crew.



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If you can't make meetings, post your info before Tuesday morning to be included in that weeks posting.

You can also add new information directly onto the coalition website or Facebook Group Wall.
www.filmcoalition.co.uk

If I have missed any news or details or if I simply mess up the blog again, sorry, call me or email me so I can Correct it !

Emma 'pull out when the Q-Tip hurts' Bailey

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
Tim.Pieraccini@filmcoalition.co.uk - Resources Coordinator

Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Weekly Bulletin 16/03/11

1. CASTING AND CREWING:
- 1930s socialites, Vaudeville Acts and extras for shoot in Brighton Ballroom end of May

2. LOCATIONS:
- Database with cheap venues to host events in Brighton

3. PROPS
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4. WORKSHOPS:
- Today: 'Reading Aloud from a Script' 16th and 23rd of March, 7.30pm
- Ongoing: 'Advanced Screenwriting' every Tuesday, 7.30pm
- Returning soon: 'The Craft of Acting'

5. FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS AND SCREENINGS:
- Oska Bright Film Festival, British Federation of Film Societies, Lewes Junior Film Club and brandnew West Hill Kino Club

6. FILM CHALLENGES:
- Please email us the links for missing challenge films, come on...

7. WEBSITE UPDATES:
- We need blogs and articles for our new website
- Spindle Magazine is looking for filmmakers to feature in their May issue

8. GENERAL INFO & NEW PEOPLE:
- Welcome our 5 new members Michael, Leo, Truan, Carmen and Adam... amongst them they share two local film clubs, one independent production company and acting skills with a great beard.

Keep an eye out on the website for extra news and information:
http://www.filmcoalition.co.uk/

We now also have a Facebook fanpage you can 'like' to see more regular updates throughout the week:
http://www.facebook.com/BrightonFilmmakersCoalition

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1. CASTING/CREWING:
- DarenDino Productions are currently casting for a short set in a 1930s nightclub (Brighton Ballroom) at the end of May 2011. We are looking for 1930s socialites, Vaudeville Acts, Extras who have 1930s era evening attire gents/women welcome. DarenDino are also looking for certain key characters.
Email: dino@darendinoproductions.com

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2. LOCATIONS:
- Community Base has compiled a useful database with cheap venues in Brighton. Very handy if you are planning a big event or a shoot
http://www.communitybase.org/venuesearch/search.asp

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3. PROPS:
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4. WORKSHOPS:

Two BFC workshops are running now:

Reading Aloud from a Script
Philippa Hammond, an actor and a trainer specialising in public speaking skills, is offering two ninety-minute workshops for actors, filmmakers and business people who will be reading from a script for audition, performance or public speech-making. The aims of the workshops are to provide participants with a set of foundation skills to improve their sight-reading skills in audition, performance and business situations. It includes dealing with nerves, marking up a script to help you work, making the most of your voice, facial expressions and non-verbal communication to grab and keep audience attention. The workshops will take place in the Studios on Farm Road, Hove and are payable on a donations basis.
Part 1: Preparing yourself and the text: Wed, 16th March at 7.30pm
Part 2: Using the skills in performance: Wed, 23rd March at 7.30pm

Advanced Screenwriting
Gary Mepsted is facilitating his workshop on scriptwriting, every Tuesday at 7.30pm in the Conference Room at the Old College House, 8-10 Richmond Terrace, Brighton. Payable on a donations basis.

The Craft of Acting
Elena Saorin is taking a break and will be back with her workshop in a couple of weeks. As all workshops these will be payable on a donations basis. You can join the Facebook group to receive updates.

For more details and to book your place please contact our Workshop Coordinator
Email: Elena.Saorin[at]filmcoalition.co.uk


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5. FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS AND SCREENINGS:

- The 2011 Oskar Bright Film Festival is looking for film submissions in time for the deadline on 30th April. The film festival is created and developed by the Brighton-based partner organisations Carousel and Junk TV. It's the world’s first film festival run by, and for, people with a learning disability. The films are screened in Brighton and abroad
www.oskabright.co.uk

- There are plenty of film societies around Britain. If you want to get your films some more exposure, why not try approaching the societies and ask whether they would screen your films? There are 17 registered film societies in Sussex and many more all over Britain. Here is a link to the directory
http://www.bffs.org.uk/communitycinema/

- Carmen Slijpen attended our meeting and introduced the work she does with the Lewes Junior Film Club. She runs a regular series of activities and screenings aimed at 7-12 year-old children and their families. The next film to be screened is 'Lepel' on Sun, 27th March at 10am in the All Saints Centre in Lewes. More details to follow about school holiday workshops.
http://lewesjuniorfilmclub.org.uk
www.lewes-filmclub.com/juniors/

- Adam Whitehall told us he is about to launch the West Hill Kino Club for which he will be organising regular screenings in the West Hill Community Centre in Seven Dials, Brighton. Here is some info about the two upcoming screenings
Sat 26th March Celluloid Boogie celebrates RIOT GRRL http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=186047298105672
Sun 27th March Kino Club Sundays presents Winstanley + Robert Stillman http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=189775511060313
Email: westhillkinoclub[at]gmail.com

- Brighton Festival is giving you the chance to help shape an event in the May Festival! Their People’s Choice Debate will be on a subject chosen by you. They already had some great suggestions through from whether modern life is really fulfilling our nation to the issues of behaviour modification therapies. They’ll create a poll for you to choose your favourite in April! You can still email them more suggestions.
Email: peopleschoice[at]brightonfestival.org

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6. FILM CHALLENGES:

- Can you please send us the links to any challenge films which have not yet been added to our youtube channel
http://www.youtube.com/user/filmmakerscoalition#p/p Please include a link to our website in the youtube description of your youtube films! We promote your films and you promote the The Filmmakers Coalition, thanks.
bfc[at]filmcoalition.co.uk

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7. WEBSITE UPDATES:

- If anyone would like to write blogs or small articles on relevant filmmaking topics then please get in touch. We would love to start getting members more involved with generating online content when the new website is up and running. New articles and blogs will be linked here.
Email: adrian.worsfold[at]filmcoalition.co.uk

- We have been approached by Spindle Magazine which is a quarterly, free arts magazine based in Brighton. They cover art, music, fashion, photography and film and in each issue they include a section on the 'Ones To Watch'. For their May issue they are considering to feature some talented filmmakers from The Filmmakers Coalition. Please submit your details for us to compile and pass on to Spindle Magazine for selection. We would also like to use the details we receive to improve the BFC online content by placing links to your artwork on our blog. In exchange we ask you to put a link to www.filmcoalition.co.uk on your website or blog and challenge videos. All in the usual spirit of mutual promotion you see. If you are wondering how to become a member: You only need come to one of our Weekly Meetings, it’s free and that simple.

Full name:
3 sentence bio:
Email:
Website/blog with artwork:

Please email your details to Jill in time for the deadline: 5pm on 27th of March.
Email: jill.ahrens[at]filmcoalition.co.uk

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8. GENERAL INFO & NEW PEOPLE:

Follow
- You can follow David Baboulene's blog. He is starting on a new film project and blogging it all from start to finish. Should you have any help or input, he is happy to hear from you.
http://thescienceofstory.blogspot.com

Welcome
- Carmen Slijpen runs fantastic screenings for kids and their families at Lewes Junior Film Club
http://lewesjuniorfilmclub.org.uk

- Adam Whitehall just started the West Hill Kino Club for which he will dig out cinematic gems and put on regular screenings. He is also into filmmaking workshops.
westhillkinoclub[at]gmail.com

- Leo Sakamoto is an actor and producer. He co-runs an independent production company in Brighton working on four films over the next few months. When filming in Brighton they like to use local crew. Check out their upcoming projects.
http://www.whisky-dog.moonfruit.com/
Email: thewhiskeydog[at]yahoo.com

- Truan Flynn is a writer and director. He co-runs an independent production company in Brighton working on four films over the next few months. When filming in Brighton they like to use local crew. Check out their upcoming projects.
http://www.whisky-dog.moonfruit.com/
Email: juslig[at]msn.com

- Michael Eyens is a musician and actor who has been a film enthusiast since an early age and is also part of a film appreciation society
Email: spikeymikey[at]hotmail.com

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If you can't attend our meetings every Sunday, please email us any info before Tuesday morning in order for it to be included in that weeks' Bulletin
bfc[at]filmcoalition.co.uk

You can also add new information directly on to our website or Facebook Group or Fanpage walls.
http://filmcoalition.co.uk/

If I have missed any news or details or made a mistake, please email me so I can correct it!

Jill "building a sailing boat" Ahrens.

www.filmcoalition.co.uk
Emma.Bailey[at]filmcoalition.co.uk - Co-Head
Adrian.Worsfold[at]filmcoalition.co.uk - Co-Head
Elena.Saorin[at]filmcoalition.co.uk - Workshop Coordinator
Jill.Ahrens[at]filmcoalition.co.uk - Communications Coordinator
Sarah.Saeed[at]filmcoalition.co.uk - Events Coordinator
Tim.Pieraccini[at]filmcoalition.co.uk - Resources Coordinator

Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Weekly Bulletin 09/03/11

1. CASTING AND CREWING:
- DoP
- 2 x Writer
- Editor

2. LOCATIONS:

3. PROPS

4. WORKSHOPS:
- Site Reading
- Ongoing: ADVANCED SCREENWRITING
- Craft Of Acting - break

5. FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS AND SCREENINGS:

6. FILM CHALLENGES:
- Next One Please!

7. WEBSITE UPDATES:
- Blogs and Articles for new site

8. GENERAL INFO & NEW PEOPLE:
- 3 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:
- DoP needed for this weekend 12th/13th. Expenses. Shooting on Canon 5D with prime lenses, equipment provided. 'Ladder To The Moon' is a pilot for a web series and is about love, adventure and the Holy Grail.
Contact: Robert Lee.
E-Mail: bewildebob[@]gmail.com

- Writer needed for Sci-Fi/Post-Apocalyptic/Exhistential feature. Expenses. Previous work www.chainsawfilms.com
Contact: Matt Watering
E-Mail: matt[@]chainsawfilms.com

- Sammi Hamer needs a writer for 2 projects. Expenses/Deferred.

BLINK is a Si-Fi/Psycological Horror, reinventing THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT, MAX PAYNE & CONSTANTINE looking to be turned into a short initially. This was shot as part of the past film challenge and is to be developed into a feature or TV series.
BEHIND THE DANCER is a gritty thriller that turns into a dark psychological drama, similar to THE CRYING GAME.
Pitched as a feature or 2-parted/one off.

E-Mail: girlyfilms[@]virginmedia.com

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3. PROPS:


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4. WORKSHOPS:

Phillipa Hammond is running READING ALOUD FROM A SCRIPT
From actors who 'Sight Read' to public speakers and anyone who pitches.

pt1 Wed 16th 7:30 Preperation of text
pt 2 Wed 23rd 7:30 Using your skillls

Location: 13 Lansdowne Mews, Bn3 1FW
Money: Donations


Gary Mepsted ADVANCED SCREENWRITING every Tuesday at 7.30pm in the Conference Room at Old College House, 8-10 Richmond Terrace, Brighton, at its fourth week.

Elena Saorin THE CRAFT OF ACTING, is breaking for a couple of weeks after tonight. She will be back with small courses for you to book. E-mail below for details.

Get in touch with Elena Saorin for more info or to book your place on: elena.saorin[@]filmcoalition.co.uk
0776 860 4931.

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5. FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS AND SCREENINGS:
I'm off to see Tru Grit tonight, I hear very noble things about it.
Also out for next week is Norweigan Wood.
First adaption of a famous author.
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6. FILM CHALLENGES:
The WeekenderFilmbender went well! Well done guys, upload you films to You Tube and get them out there!
Some people have some good ideas for challenges so far, if you have one then send it our way!

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7. WEBSITE UPDATES:
- If anyone would like to write blogs or small articles on relevant filmmaking topics then please get in contact. We would love to start getting members more involved with generating usable content when the new website is up and running. New articles and blogs will be linked here.
AdrianWorsfold
E-mail: adrian.worsfold[@]filmcoalition.co.uk

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8. GENERAL INFO & NEW PEOPLE:
- Caroline Cabot, new to filmmaking and wants to learn more
- Nathaniel Kochan, is a a documentary filmmaker and would like to be involved in narrative film.
David Baboulene,writer and story consultant, follow his script to screen antics just click follow here http://t.co/nclPhcs just click 'Follow'
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If you can't make meetings, post your info before Tuesday morning to be included in that weeks posting.

You can also add new information directly onto the coalition website or Facebook Group Wall.
http://filmcoalition.co.uk/

If I have missed any news or details or if I simply mess up the blog again, sorry, call me or email me so I can Correct it !

Emma 'Blog This MoFo' Bailey

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
Tim.Pieraccini[@]filmcoalition.co.uk - Resources Coordinator