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    SAVE THE DATE:   Film School Screening at the Writer’s Guild Theatre on February 3, 2015.  Pre-screening reception hosted by the College of Business at 7 PM, screening at 8 PM, followed by a Film School after party. We had a wonderful week of screening D1, F1 and BFA thesis films last week – great entertainment!  At the BFA thesis screening Aubrey Danielson was given the  $2,500 Pathfinder Award.   Congratulations to the new alums as they begin the journey! Congratulations to Miguel Nolla (BFA  05) who has been selected as one of 8 to participate in the Disney ABC Creative Talent Development Program.  “After receiving over 1500 submissions to the Disney-ABC Writing Program, and over the course of 7 months of reading over 3000 scripts (spec and original), conducting close to 100 phone interviews and meeting 26 talented finalists we are proud to announce the 2015 Program Writers.  For all of you aspiring television writers we will open up the submission period for the 2016 Writing Program in May 2015. To learn more about our Writing Program, please visit: www.disneyabctalentdevelopment.com.  CONGRATULATIONS 2015 WRITERS!!!” From Frank Longo (MFA  99):  “My script COOTIES, pitched as THE GOONIES meets GREMLINS, landed on The Hit List 2014. Producers from THE LEGO MOVIE, HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON, and EARTH TO ECHO are currently trying to set it up hopefully by early 2015.” The December 2014 issue of International Cinematographers Guild (ICG) Magazine has a mention of BFA Film School alum, Sandra Valde-Hansen (BFA 97), in the special section, Generation Next (p. 64). From Ana Foy (MFA  04)  “I'm excited to announce that I have moved to Atlanta! I'm sad to leave my beloved Maine but looking forward to new opportunities here. Would love to connect with any Film School folks in the area and learn all about my new city. Of course, always open to any DP, CamOp or Gaffer gigs and I'm also looking for housing intown (Inman Park, Grant Park, Virginia Highlands areas). Call/text 818-636-7334 or ana@anafoy.com.” From Michael Vargas (BFA 11)  “I directed this music video for Maiara Walsh on her music debut. Maiara was the lead in my thesis film Empty Sky, and we decided to team up again for this project. I worked with Katie Mackley (BFA 12) (producer),  Jacob Abrams (BFA 11) (DP), and Ricky Rose (BFA 11) (editor) and it was great to bring the team back together. It was fun creating something on zero budget, as it really eye opening as to what exactly is possible when you have no money for a project.  You can check out the video here: Violeta Parra | Gracias a la Vida | Maiara Walsh cover From Akil DuPont (MFA 10)"I have had quite a few cool things happen recently:  -I was named #7 in the "Top 100 Indie Filmmakers in the World" by Del & Teresa Weston (https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/top-100-indie-filmmakers-in/id949807534?mt=11)    -My company, DuPont Productions, LLC, was named as a "Best of Tallahassee in Motion Picture and Video Distribution" category by the Tallahassee Award Program. (http://tallahassee.tallahassee.awardservice.org/PressReleaseub.aspx?cc=DD64-QBDJ-U2ZZ)-My 2010 MFA thesis film "Underground" is still alive and kicking. After winning 21 awards on the film festival circuit, it recently aired on national cable tv on the AspireTV channel (http://www.aspire.tv/movies/a-history-of-strength)   I am still making my way in the Atlanta film production scene, building a film production program at Clayton State University and writing/mounting my own projects. But, if anyone knows of any interesting productions going on in Atlanta, I'd love to link up with you! :)" Part2 Pictures is looking for a Florida Sound Recordist/Boom Op (one man band) for a one day shoot on December 30th. The crew will start in Daytona in the morning and film a scene in a car as they drive from Daytona to Jacksonville, then shoot a few hours in Jacksonville. Must have own gear. If interested, please email Rachael@part2pictures.com From Ron Friedman (MFA 95)  “The documentary I helped produce, "The Joe Show"  (Eight years in the making, The Joe Show is a wildly entertaining yet important case study of the increasingly dysfunctional relationship between modern media, politics and law enforcement in America. It’s a tragi-comedy of historic significance)., is now available online. http://joeshowdoc.com has links to itunes, google play, amazon, vudu, xbox, AND playstation! Atlanta:  Crazy Legs Productions is now recruiting interns for the spring semester, Jan-April 2015.  If you have a passion for the film industry we want to hear from you! Opportunities are available in Production, Post Production & Development. Email resume & cover letter to karen@crazylegsproductions.com. Please include in the email subject line, your specific area of interest (Production, Post Production or Development).  crazylegsproductions.com From Rebekah Peck (MFA 14)  “Over the past three months I have been a reader with Specscout.com, an amazing online reading website that has compiled together all current scripts in the marketplace on one site and connects recommended scripts to a large group of production companies, producers, agents and managers. What is so great about working with Specscout, is they have created a software program that allows their readers to read scripts and write coverage from anywhere they have internet access. Through their website, as a reader, you are able to view other readers' coverage on the same script to gauge where your own notes stand within the general consensus and as a writer you are guaranteed to have your script read by three different readers and given very detailed notes evaluating the script on 11 different categories. Overall it's been really helpful in my own writing while getting to read some pretty great scripts and continue to pursue work outside of reading.” Abbot Entertainment seeks a Script Reading Intern to help evaluate feature screenplay submissions. The program asks you to review everything from specs by aspiring writers in search of representation to scripts written by pro writers for large production companies.This is a part time, unpaid, work-from-home script reading internship. The internship requires you to review two scripts per week for three months with some performance checkpoints built in. Academic credit is available upon request, and the program’s requirements correspond to those of a difficult, 4-credit, university-level course. It's an unmatched learning experience for individuals looking to study the craft and gain exposure to the development process.  At the end of our internship, there will be an opportunity to apply for a paid script reader positions. However, there is no connection between the internship and a paid position. Please only apply if you are seeking exposure to material and an education in development.  If interested, please e-mail us your resume and a cover letter detailing any experience with scripts and your interest in reading them:  g@abbotent.com. Film students seeking academic credit are given preference.  Here is Abbot Entertainment's most recent sale as well. Tallahassee:   Cade Advertising needs both a male and female student, 18-24 yr. olds, attractive and energetic, for their new Student Housing Solutions spots.  -       This is a paid gig, $150 for 1Ž2 day (probably less than 1Ž2 day).-       Most likely on Green Screen, but possible some location work here in town.-       The shoot will be on 1/5, 1/6, or 1/7, whatever works best for the talent.-       No audition required, just show photos and samples of other on screen work.Contact Rick Shapley, rshap@cade1.com of 850 385 0300 x20. This Friday, December 19, for one night only, Maximus Clarke’s (MFA 99)  AROUND THE CLOCK installation will be on view at the Flux Factory in Long Island City, Queens.  AROUND THE  CLOCK is a projected 3D video loop, created from stereoscopic images captured inside the clock  chamber of Long Island City’s magnificent 1927 Bank of Manhattan Tower, and set to the sounds of tolling bells and elevated trains. The stereo image sequence moves rhythmically around the age-worn interior, transporting the viewer into the midst of stained brickwork and the cracked glass of the four massive clock faces.  Each orbit invites contemplation of the structured shape of space and the quantum pulse of time, and the tension between time’s linearity — the unswerving arrow of change and decay — and itscircularity — the renewal promised by each sweep of hands round the dial, each cycle of light and darkness.PARALLAX:PERSPECTIVESFriday, December 19th, 7pm-11pmFlux Factory39-31 29th St, Long Island City (b/t 39th + 40th Aves.)N,Q to 39th Ave. / 7 to Queensboro Plaza / E, M, R to Queens Plaza “17th Annual Scriptapalooza Screenplay CompetitionEARLY DEADLINE JANUARY 6www.scriptapalooza.comThis year we are awarding over $50,000 in cash and software prizes.  Every script that is entered into Scriptapalooza is read by either a producer, manager or agent.  We do not use "readers” or "regular people” because they cannot do anything with your script.  We go right to the source - they can option your script, buy it, set-up a meeting or go straight to the studio with it.But the most important prize of all is that Scriptapalooza will promote and pitch the Semifinalists and higher for an entire year. We have relationships with producers, managers and agents that are actively looking for material.  Now when you enter Scriptapalooza, you have the opportunity to get feedback. Your feedback will include a logline, a synopsis and your feedback totaling 4-5 pages of notes. Get the best feedback in the industry.” Wishing all of you a wonderful holiday season.  Probably won’t do another Warren Report until after the first of the year, but send me things to share anyway and the first one of the new year will be epic! FSU CMPA Screenings & Awards Update – December 18, 2014 No new screenings announced this week.  Upcoming Screenings and Awards (in chronological order): Scapegoat (MFA D2 2013 Khadif Sanders) was selected for screening at the Flagler Film Festival in St. Augustine, Florida, January 10-12. For more information about this festival, go to www.flaglerfilmfestival.com. Scapegoat (MFA D2 2013 Khadif Sanders) was selected for screening at the San Diego Film Festival, January 29 – February 1. For more information about this festival, go to www.sdbff.com. Harmony Brooks and the Case of the Missing Nucleus (MFA D2 2014 Whitney Clinkscales) was selected for screening at the Children’s Film Festival of Seattle, January 22 – February 7. For more information about this festival, go to http://www.childrensfilmfestivalseattle.org. Killer Kart (MFA Thesis 2012 J Feeney) was invited for screening at Meme Pas Peur International Film Festival of the Fantastic in Saint-Philippe, France in the second half of February, 2015. For more information about this festival, go to www.festivalmemepaspeur.com. The Surreal and the Self (BFA Documentary 2013 Jon Sams) was selected for screening at the American Documentary Film Festival, March 26-30 in Palm Springs, California. For more information about this festival, go to www.americandocumentaryfilmfestival.com. Death Has a Son (BFA Thesis 2013 Zack Ogle) and Beer Battle (BFA Documentary 2014 Hunter Truman) were selected to screen as part of the Best of Brouhaha side bar at the Florida Film Festival, April 10-19 in Orlando. For more information about this festival, go to www.floridafilmfestival.com.   -- Meryl Warren, Director of Alumni            College of Motion Picture ArtsA5100 University Center, Florida State UniversityTallahassee, FL 32306-2350850 524 0063 (cell) ;  850 644 2626 faxmwarren@film.fsu.edufilm.fsu.eduSee More

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    Warren Report 12.18.14

    SAVE THE DATE:   Film School Screening at the Writer’s Guild Theatre on February 3, 2015.  Pre-screening reception hosted by the College of Business at 7 PM, screening at 8 PM, followed by a Film School after party. We had a wonderful week of screening D1, F1 and BFA thesis films last week – great entertainment!  At the BFA thesis screening Aubrey Danielson was given the  $2,500 Pathfinder Award.   Congratulations to the new alums as they begin the journey! Congratulations to Miguel Nolla (BFA  05) who has been selected as one of 8 to participate in the Disney ABC Creative Talent Development Program.  “After receiving over 1500 submissions to the Disney-ABC Writing Program, and over the course of 7 months of reading over 3000 scripts (spec and original), conducting close to 100 phone interviews and meeting 26 talented finalists we are proud to announce the 2015 Program Writers.  For all of you aspiring television writers we will open up the submission period for the 2016 Writing Program in May 2015. To learn more about our Writing Program, please visit: www.disneyabctalentdevelopment.com.  CONGRATULATIONS 2015 WRITERS!!!” From Frank Longo (MFA  99):  “My script COOTIES, pitched as THE GOONIES meets GREMLINS, landed on The Hit List 2014. Producers from THE LEGO MOVIE, HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON, and EARTH TO ECHO are currently trying to set it up hopefully by early 2015.” The December 2014 issue of International Cinematographers Guild (ICG) Magazine has a mention of BFA Film School alum, Sandra Valde-Hansen (BFA 97), in the special section, Generation Next (p. 64). From Ana Foy (MFA  04)  “I'm excited to announce that I have moved to Atlanta! I'm sad to leave my beloved Maine but looking forward to new opportunities here. Would love to connect with any Film School folks in the area and learn all about my new city. Of course, always open to any DP, CamOp or Gaffer gigs and I'm also looking for housing intown (Inman Park, Grant Park, Virginia Highlands areas). Call/text 818-636-7334 or ana@anafoy.com.” From Michael Vargas (BFA 11)  “I directed this music video for Maiara Walsh on her music debut. Maiara was the lead in my thesis film Empty Sky, and we decided to team up again for this project. I worked with Katie Mackley (BFA 12) (producer),  Jacob Abrams (BFA 11) (DP), and Ricky Rose (BFA 11) (editor) and it was great to bring the team back together. It was fun creating something on zero budget, as it really eye opening as to what exactly is possible when you have no money for a project.  You can check out the video here: Violeta Parra | Gracias a la Vida | Maiara Walsh cover From Akil DuPont (MFA 10)"I have had quite a few cool things happen recently:  -I was named #7 in the "Top 100 Indie Filmmakers in the World" by Del & Teresa Weston (https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/top-100-indie-filmmakers-in/id949807534?mt=11)    -My company, DuPont Productions, LLC, was named as a "Best of Tallahassee in Motion Picture and Video Distribution" category by the Tallahassee Award Program. (http://tallahassee.tallahassee.awardservice.org/PressReleaseub.aspx?cc=DD64-QBDJ-U2ZZ)-My 2010 MFA thesis film "Underground" is still alive and kicking. After winning 21 awards on the film festival circuit, it recently aired on national cable tv on the AspireTV channel (http://www.aspire.tv/movies/a-history-of-strength)   I am still making my way in the Atlanta film production scene, building a film production program at Clayton State University and writing/mounting my own projects. But, if anyone knows of any interesting productions going on in Atlanta, I'd love to link up with you! :)" Part2 Pictures is looking for a Florida Sound Recordist/Boom Op (one man band) for a one day shoot on December 30th. The crew will start in Daytona in the morning and film a scene in a car as they drive from Daytona to Jacksonville, then shoot a few hours in Jacksonville. Must have own gear. If interested, please email Rachael@part2pictures.com From Ron Friedman (MFA 95)  “The documentary I helped produce, "The Joe Show"  (Eight years in the making, The Joe Show is a wildly entertaining yet important case study of the increasingly dysfunctional relationship between modern media, politics and law enforcement in America. It’s a tragi-comedy of historic significance)., is now available online. http://joeshowdoc.com has links to itunes, google play, amazon, vudu, xbox, AND playstation! Atlanta:  Crazy Legs Productions is now recruiting interns for the spring semester, Jan-April 2015.  If you have a passion for the film industry we want to hear from you! Opportunities are available in Production, Post Production & Development. Email resume & cover letter to karen@crazylegsproductions.com. Please include in the email subject line, your specific area of interest (Production, Post Production or Development).  crazylegsproductions.com From Rebekah Peck (MFA 14)  “Over the past three months I have been a reader with Specscout.com, an amazing online reading website that has compiled together all current scripts in the marketplace on one site and connects recommended scripts to a large group of production companies, producers, agents and managers. What is so great about working with Specscout, is they have created a software program that allows their readers to read scripts and write coverage from anywhere they have internet access. Through their website, as a reader, you are able to view other readers' coverage on the same script to gauge where your own notes stand within the general consensus and as a writer you are guaranteed to have your script read by three different readers and given very detailed notes evaluating the script on 11 different categories. Overall it's been really helpful in my own writing while getting to read some pretty great scripts and continue to pursue work outside of reading.” Abbot Entertainment seeks a Script Reading Intern to help evaluate feature screenplay submissions. The program asks you to review everything from specs by aspiring writers in search of representation to scripts written by pro writers for large production companies.This is a part time, unpaid, work-from-home script reading internship. The internship requires you to review two scripts per week for three months with some performance checkpoints built in. Academic credit is available upon request, and the program’s requirements correspond to those of a difficult, 4-credit, university-level course. It's an unmatched learning experience for individuals looking to study the craft and gain exposure to the development process.  At the end of our internship, there will be an opportunity to apply for a paid script reader positions. However, there is no connection between the internship and a paid position. Please only apply if you are seeking exposure to material and an education in development.  If interested, please e-mail us your resume and a cover letter detailing any experience with scripts and your interest in reading them:  g@abbotent.com. Film students seeking academic credit are given preference.  Here is Abbot Entertainment's most recent sale as well. Tallahassee:   Cade Advertising needs both a male and female student, 18-24 yr. olds, attractive and energetic, for their new Student Housing Solutions spots.  -       This is a paid gig, $150 for 1Ž2 day (probably less than 1Ž2 day).-       Most likely on Green Screen, but possible some location work here in town.-       The shoot will be on 1/5, 1/6, or 1/7, whatever works best for the talent.-       No audition required, just show photos and samples of other on screen work.Contact Rick Shapley, rshap@cade1.com of 850 385 0300 x20. This Friday, December 19, for one night only, Maximus Clarke’s (MFA 99)  AROUND THE CLOCK installation will be on view at the Flux Factory in Long Island City, Queens.  AROUND THE  CLOCK is a projected 3D video loop, created from stereoscopic images captured inside the clock  chamber of Long Island City’s magnificent 1927 Bank of Manhattan Tower, and set to the sounds of tolling bells and elevated trains. The stereo image sequence moves rhythmically around the age-worn interior, transporting the viewer into the midst of stained brickwork and the cracked glass of the four massive clock faces.  Each orbit invites contemplation of the structured shape of space and the quantum pulse of time, and the tension between time’s linearity — the unswerving arrow of change and decay — and itscircularity — the renewal promised by each sweep of hands round the dial, each cycle of light and darkness.PARALLAX:PERSPECTIVESFriday, December 19th, 7pm-11pmFlux Factory39-31 29th St, Long Island City (b/t 39th + 40th Aves.)N,Q to 39th Ave. / 7 to Queensboro Plaza / E, M, R to Queens Plaza “17th Annual Scriptapalooza Screenplay CompetitionEARLY DEADLINE JANUARY 6www.scriptapalooza.comThis year we are awarding over $50,000 in cash and software prizes.  Every script that is entered into Scriptapalooza is read by either a producer, manager or agent.  We do not use "readers” or "regular people” because they cannot do anything with your script.  We go right to the source - they can option your script, buy it, set-up a meeting or go straight to the studio with it.But the most important prize of all is that Scriptapalooza will promote and pitch the Semifinalists and higher for an entire year. We have relationships with producers, managers and agents that are actively looking for material.  Now when you enter Scriptapalooza, you have the opportunity to get feedback. Your feedback will include a logline, a synopsis and your feedback totaling 4-5 pages of notes. Get the best feedback in the industry.” Wishing all of you a wonderful holiday season.  Probably won’t do another Warren Report until after the first of the year, but send me things to share anyway and the first one of the new year will be epic! FSU CMPA Screenings & Awards Update – December 18, 2014 No new screenings announced this week.  Upcoming Screenings and Awards (in chronological order): Scapegoat (MFA D2 2013 Khadif Sanders) was selected for screening at the Flagler Film Festival in St. Augustine, Florida, January 10-12. For more information about this festival, go to www.flaglerfilmfestival.com. Scapegoat (MFA D2 2013 Khadif Sanders) was selected for screening at the San Diego Film Festival, January 29 – February 1. For more information about this festival, go to www.sdbff.com. Harmony Brooks and the Case of the Missing Nucleus (MFA D2 2014 Whitney Clinkscales) was selected for screening at the Children’s Film Festival of Seattle, January 22 – February 7. For more information about this festival, go to http://www.childrensfilmfestivalseattle.org. Killer Kart (MFA Thesis 2012 J Feeney) was invited for screening at Meme Pas Peur International Film Festival of the Fantastic in Saint-Philippe, France in the second half of February, 2015. For more information about this festival, go to www.festivalmemepaspeur.com. The Surreal and the Self (BFA Documentary 2013 Jon Sams) was selected for screening at the American Documentary Film Festival, March 26-30 in Palm Springs, California. For more information about this festival, go to www.americandocumentaryfilmfestival.com. Death Has a Son (BFA Thesis 2013 Zack Ogle) and Beer Battle (BFA Documentary 2014 Hunter Truman) were selected to screen as part of the Best of Brouhaha side bar at the Florida Film Festival, April 10-19 in Orlando. For more information about this festival, go to www.floridafilmfestival.com.   -- Meryl Warren, Director of Alumni            College of Motion Picture ArtsA5100 University Center, Florida State UniversityTallahassee, FL 32306-2350850 524 0063 (cell) ;  850 644 2626 faxmwarren@film.fsu.edufilm.fsu.eduSee More

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