12/10/11, Philadelphia – FilmProv, Film Gigs & Film Fun!

December 6, 2011 in Newsletter by admin

Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving! While you’re digesting the turkey, we have some fun stuff in store for you this week, as well as a few film industry gigs!
filmprovFilmProv Philly Style
Saturday, December 10, 2011
8:00 pm
The Maas Building
1325 Randolph St
Philadelphia, PA 19122

In partnership with Project Twenty1, FilmProv, the popular Washington DC area combination indie film and improv show, will make its Philadelphia debut at the Maas Building. In addition to presenting an amazing live performance poking fun at DVD special features, this year’s FILMPROV Philly Style selections include Henry V (directed by Gene Diringer), Drawn (directed by Andy Ritchie), and You: Keith’s Enigma (directed by Sean McKnight).

“What excites us most about this isn’t just the creativity of the idea, it’s that the concept sits right at the halfway point between the perpetually vying shortform and longform schools of improv, the former focusing on quick, heavily structured games, the latter more free-flowing and based around longer scenes.” – The Onion’s AV Club, Philadelphia

$7.50, all seats general admission
link to tickets: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe/9426275
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entertainment-bookLast Chance to Save!

December 9 is the last date to purchase an Entertainment Book to save on tickets to your local museums, restaurants, movie theaters and more!  Click here to receive free shipping on your Entertainment Book for helping Project Twenty1!17th Annual SPE Women’s Film & Video Festival
The SPE Women’s Film Festival has featured innovative and provocative short documentaries, animation and fiction by women directors since 1996. The festival will be screened in San Francisco, CA,  March 23rd – 25th, 2012 at the Society for Photographic Education 2012 National Conference.As our newest partner, this festival i currently reviewing Project Twenty1′s film library to select narrative, documentary, animated and experimental shorts under 30 minutes, directed, produced or shot by women. 

We will contact the filmmakers that are selected directly – cross your fingers!

Official-Group-PhotoBecome a Member!
Do you love film? Have you Launched your career, received a gig, or made an important connection because of Project Twenty1?Pay it forward and support the non-profit that supports you – become a Member today. You’ll get a nifty membership card, as well as a bunch of exclusive discounts and free stuff throughout the year

Industry Gigs & Opportunities

Have an opportunity that needs talented cast and crew? E-mail ProjectTwenty1@gmail.com
Project Twenty1 does not guarantee job placement or final outcome of these projects. We are merely the messengers.  

caroline-savageSpotlight Member: Caroline Savage
Caroline was born in Ismailia, Egypt and traveled extensively as a child. She studied art history at SUNY Binghamton where she first encountered independent/experimental film through Ken Jacobs and Larry Gottheim. In San Francisco, she studied photography and filmmaking at the San Francisco Art Institute, receiving a BFA and MFA. She views her mentoring with Malcolm LeGrice, James Broughton, Larry Jordan, Gunvor Nelson, Ernie Gehr and Janis Crystal Lipzin as the bedrock of her filmmaking education.

She has taught at SF State, SFAI, UArts, Temple, Dickinson College and Arcadia University both Photography and Film. For 11 years she was Program Director at the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, managing the state public funding for Media Arts, Visual Arts, Interdisciplinary Arts, Service Organizations and Individual Artists.

Currently, Caroline coordinates the operations at PIFVA and oversees the Cinema Speakeasy, Finishing Funds, Speedcrewing programs. Additionally, she is on the Board of Termite TV and makes large drawings with Cyanotype chemicals and digital scanners.

Caroline has been a supporter of Project Twenty1 for several years, hosting grantwriting workshops at the Philadelphia Film & Animation Festival, cross-promoting events, and constantly looking for PIFVA/Project Twenty1 partnership & growth opportunities. We salute you, Caroline!

Your friends, as always,

Stephanie, Matt & All the “Susie Filmmakers”
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