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2015 Rhode Island Film Forum

Thursday, August 6, 2015 • 8:30 AM – 1:20 PM

Providence Biltmore Ballroom, 11 Dorrance Street, Providence, RI

 

Thanks for a successul event! This year's Forum was a huge success.

 

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Only $40 for the event, breakfast included;

Tickets Available on a First-Come, First-served basis

(with special rate available to visiting filmmakers who preregister at RIIFF)

 

 

WHAT IS THE RHODE ISLAND FILM FORUM?

Flickers: Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) will offer members of the local filmmaking community and visiting filmmakers an opportunity to meet and ask questions of some true stars of the Rhode Island film industry at its RI Film Forum, Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015. Aspiring filmmakers and those already in the business can network with the most prolific filmmakers in the State, find out how to be a part of their movie-making magic, and learn about new aspects of the industry.

 

The Flickers: Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF), in conjunction with the Rhode Island Film & Television Office and The Harrington School of Communication and Media at URI, Johnson and Wales University, Providence College and Roger Williams University will host this year’s Film Forum in the Providence Biltmore Hotel Ballroom on Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, beginning with registration at 8:30 a.m., followed by a buffet breakfast and networking at 9 a.m. and panels from 10 a.m. – 1:20 p.m. Steven Feinberg, Executive Director, RI. and Dr. J. Scott Oberacker, RIIFF Educational Outreach Director will serve as the event Hosts.

 

The Rhode Island Film Forum is designed to provide a networking platform, spur dialogue and get answers to your questions from those who make decisions.

 

First held in 1998 at the Aldrich Mansion in Warwick, the 2012 will be bigger, cover more ground and will be capped by a keynote address on Thursday, August 9th.

 

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August 6th 2015 • 8:30 AM – 1:20 PM

The Providence Biltmore Ballroom, 11 Dorrance Street, Providence, RI

Questions? Call 401-861-4445 and speak with Tsutomu Brelsford

or email Shawn Quirk at quirk@film-festival.org


This Year's Program:

Thursday, August 6th:

 

8:30 a.m.         

REGISTRATION

 

9:00 a.m.          

WELCOME AND NETWORKING

Welcome and introduction. Steven Feinberg, Executive Director, RI Film & Television Office, Dr. J. Scott Oberacker, RIIFF Educational Outreach Director/Communication's Faculty, Johnson & Wales University.

 

9:50 – 10:00 a.m.

ROBERT BURGESS ALDRICH AWARD PRESENTATION

Presented to Writer/ Director, Chris Sparling. The Award is presented semi-annually to an outstanding Rhode Island artist whose vision and passion reflects that Robert Burgess Aldrich, of Cranston, R.I., a successful director of many feature films and utilized a variety of genres to tell his stories. His films included “The Longest Yard,” “The Dirty Dozen,” “Flight of the Phoenix,” “Hush,” and countless others. Robert Aldrich began his career in Cranston, RI, and ultimately rose in the Hollywood ranks to be the President of the Directors Guild of America, serving from 1975-1979. This Award is presented to a director who has begun his career in Rhode Island and is following in the footsteps of Robert Aldrich, preparing to make a lasting mark on the industry.

 

10:00 - 11:30 a.m.

PROGRAM ONE:

 

POLARBEARDIRECTING SUPERSTARS:

MARK RUFFALO AND ZOE SALDANA

The Making of "INFINITELY POLAR BEAR"

The backstory of making a feature film in Rhode Island from the inspiration, scripting, pitch, casting, directing and distribution with the the film's director, Maya Forbes and producer, Wallace Wolodarsky. What's it like working with two of the hottest actors on the screen today:

Mark Ruffalo: American actor, and producer. He has portrayed the Marvel Comics character Dr. Bruce Banner / the Hulk in "The Avengers" (2012) and "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (2015). Other notable films in which he has starred or co-starred are "You Can Count on Me" (2000), "Collateral" (2004), "13 Going on 30" (2004), "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" (2004), "Just Like Heaven" (2005), "Zodiac" (2007), "Shutter Island" (2010), "Now You See Me" (2013), and "Begin Again" (2013). For his roles in "The Kids Are All Right" (2010) and "Foxcatcher" (2014), he received Academy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor. He also won a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie and received a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film nominations for "The Normal Heart," which he also produced.

 

Zoe Saldana: American actress and dancer. Following her performances with the FACES theater group, Saldana made her screen debut in an episode of "Law & Order"(1999). Her film career began a year later with "Center Stage" (2000), followed by a role in "Crossroads" (2002). She first gained some prominence for her role as Anamaria in "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" (2003). Saldana's starring and breakthrough roles came in 2009 when she starred as Nyota Uhura in "Star Trek" (2009) and played the lead role of Neytiri in James Cameron's "Avatar" (2009). The latter film went on to receive widespread acclaim and become the highest-grossing film of all time. Saldana continued her successful action-star career with "Colombiana" (2011), "Star Trek Into Darkness" (2013), and "Guardians of the Galaxy" (2014).

 

• Discussion

Moderated by Steven Feinberg, Executive Director, RI Film & Television Office.

 

Featuring:

MayaFMaya Forbes

American writer, producer, and director, most recently of the feature film "Infinitely Polar Bear" (2014). Her other writing credits include the screenplay of "The Rocker" (2008) and many episodes of "The Larry Sanders Show." She was a co-executive producer of "The Larry Sanders Show" in its later seasons and executive producer of the sitcom "The Naked Truth" and the TV miniseries "The Kennedys." Forbes received a few Emmy nominations and WGA Award nominations for her work on "The Larry Sanders Show."

 

 

 

wallyWallace Wolodarsky

American screenwriter, television producer and film director known for being one of the screenwriters for "The Simpsons" during the first four seasons with his writing partner Jay Kogen. As an actor he has roles in "Rushmore," "The Darjeeling Limited" and is a voice actor in "Fantastic Mr. Fox."

 

 

 

 

 

stevenFSteven Feinberg is the Executive Director of the Rhode Island Film & Television Office. He formerly spent 22 years in Los Angeles and worked with every major Hollywood studio as a writer, director and producer. Since 2004, in his capacity at the Film & TV Office, he shepherded over $300 million of film and television production into the state, creating thousands of jobs for local talent, crew and small businesses.

 

He received the first Annual Imaginnaire Award from New England’s Imagine Magazine, has been the Honorary Chairman for Rhode Island's official Academy Award Oscar Night in 2009 and 2012, served as the Vice-President on the Board of Directors for “Celebrate Rhode Island” in 2010 to assist families with heating during difficult times, is a member of the Touro Fraternity, was designated the “Rhode Island Hospitality Ambassador of the Year 2010” by the Ocean State’s Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, received the George M. Cohan Ambassador Award from the Rhode Island International Film Festival in 2011 and, most recently in 2012, was nominated by the United States Coast Guard for the Department of Defense Joint Civilian Orientation Conference.

 

Steven studied cinematography at UCLA and film and television production at the prestigious USC Cinema School.

 

11:40 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

PROGRAM TWO:

 

Flickers’ Short Film Retrospective: Journeys in Filmmaking

WILL THERE BE AN ACADEMY AWARD® IN YOUR FUTURE?

 

• Discussion

Moderated by Andrew Lund, Associate Professor and Director of the Integrated Media Arts MFA Program in the Film & Media Department at Hunter College of the City University of New York.

 

Featuring:

sharonBSharon Badal is director of short film programming and initiatives for Tribeca Enterprises and head of shorts programming for the Tribeca Film Festival. She has been with the festival since its inception and has produced special projects for various Tribeca entities since 1999. In addition to the festival, she programs the shorts for the “Tribeca Presents” channel on United Airlines. Badal is on the faculty at New York University Tisch School of the Arts Kanbar Institute of Film & Television and teaches the “Producing in London” summer program for Tisch Study Abroad. She previously held executive positions in motion picture distribution and marketing and has extensive live-event producing experience. Badal is the author of “Swimming Upstream – A Lifesaving Guide to Short Film Distribution,” published by Focal Press. She is the executive producer of the feature documentary “Let’s Roll,” which follows a group of Los Angeles firefighters as they bicycle across the United States to reach New York on the 10th anniversary of 9/11. She holds a B.F.A in film & television production and an M.A. in cinema studies/business, both from NYU.

 

robinRobin Fryday (Director) Robin’s commitment to use her work to bring awareness and voice to often overlooked people has led to her creating award winning work in both still photography and film. She possesses the unique quality of creative empathy that imbues all of her projects, propelling them emotionally past the standard “documentary” label.

 

It is this quality that brought her first film project, The Barber of Birmingham: Foot Soldier of the Civil Rights Movement an Academy Awards nomination in 2012 for Best Documentary Short Subject. Having its premiere at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival, “ The Barber” received recognition from many other film festivals across the country and internationally. In 2014, she was a recipient of the prestigious duPont Award for Excellence in Journalism from Columbia University for The Barber of Birmingham. (www.barberofbirmingham.com)

 

In addition to the filmography she is creating, Robin has photographed and filmed remote village children in Peru, Bhutan, India, as well as children in Marin County. A trip to Haiti in 2009 to help the relief effort there resulted in an emotionally compelling body of work: a still photography project (“ The Haiti Project” robinfryday.com) and a short film - “ The Center of Hope.” Robin also co-founded the Bay Area Heart Gallery, a traveling photographic exhibit to raise awareness about children and youth in foster care. Robin’s new documentary short, Riding My Way Back, the story of a veteran, a horse and hope, was released in 2014. (www.ridingmywayback.com) The film was launched during Veterans Week 2014 in over 100 venues including The Capitol Visitor Center in Washington, D.C., Columbia University, Rutgers University, as well as equine centers, veterans organizations and schools across the country. In addition, it screened in multiple festivals being honored with the Founders' Award at the GI Film Festival, Audience and Jury Award for Best Short Doc at the Woods Hole Film Festival, Best Director at the Beverly Hills Film Festival, a Special Jury Mention for Short Docs at the Port Townsend Film Festival, as well as Best of Festival Winner at the 2014 Equus Film Festival.

 

reshadReshad Kulenovic is a writer/director who has worked in the production department of numerous films and TV shows, including THE EDUCATION OF CHARLIE BANKS. His thesis short film SNOVI received critical praise from the Boston Globe, Screen Daily, and The Providence Journal. SNOVI has played over 20 international film festivals and was awarded a Grand Jury Prize at the 2011 Rhode Island International Film Festival. SNOVI was also nominated for a 2011 Student Academy Award. His documentary 100 MILLION DOLLAR HOUSE is currently on the festival circuit and will be broadcast by Al Jazeera Media Network.

 

 

andrewAndrew Lund, a filmmaker and entertainment lawyer, Andrew is an Associate Professor and Director of the Integrated Media Arts MFA Program in the Film & Media Department at Hunter College of the City University of New York and a Faculty Associate at the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute; he is also a faculty member of the Film Studies Department at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and has taught in the Graduate Film Division of Columbia University, where he received J.D., M.F.A. and B.A. degrees. Brief Reunion, a feature film that Andrew produced and co-edited, won the top prize for narrative filmmaking at the 2011 UFVA conference and the Audience Award for Best Film at New York’s 2011 Gotham International Film Festival. My Last Day Without You, on which Andrew served as executive producer, recently won the top producing honors at the 2011 Brooklyn International Film Festival and will be released theatrically in Europe this fall. Andrew is the Executive Producer of nine feature films, including The Hungry Ghosts, written and directed by Michael Imperioli; Vanaja, named by Roger Ebert as one of the top five foreign films of 2007, and Arranged, an international hit that Variety called “a pure pleasure to watch” Andrew has also written and directed five award winning short films. In addition to worldwide festival screenings and television broadcasts, his shorts are included in film textbooks, DVD compilations, and distributed theatrically and non-theatrically. Andrew founded and curates CinemaTalks, the independent film screening and discussion series, and he created the Short Film Repository, which houses educational extras that support short filmmaking. Andrew’s writing on film includes an essay, “What’s a Short Film, Really?” in “Swimming Upstream: A Lifesaving Guide to Short Film Distribution” by Sharon Badal, numerous book reviews for the journal, Film International, and two books on independent filmmaking in the works for Peter Lang Publishers.

 

You can learn more about Andrew on his website: http://andrewlundfilms.com/

 

12:35 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.

PROGRAM THREE:

 

WOMEN IN FILMMAKING: BEYOND THE GLASS CEILING

FEMALE VISION AND FILM FATALES

filmfatalesFilm Fatales is a collective of female directors who meet regularly to mentor each other, collaborate on projects and create a supportive community in which to make their films. The group was founded in 2013 in New York City and his since expanded to include over two dozen local chapters around the world. Members meet in small groups hosted inside the homes different filmmakers each month, to share a meal, update each other on their projects, and engage in a moderated discussion about relevant topics in film. In an industry where less than 5% of the top grossing Hollywood films and less than 15% of independent features are directed by women, Film Fatales provides a space for female filmmakers to support each other, share resources, and help get their films made. In addition to the monthly meetings, Film Fatales supports a number of other collaborative programs including: writing groups, master classes, panel discussions, film festival programming, educational workshops, theatrical field trips, and numerous other special events. Film Fatales has quickly become a grassroots community of collaboration and support. By offering a space for mentorship, peer networking and direct participation, Film Fatales continues to promote the creation of more films by and about women.

 

• Discussion

Moderated by Dr. J. Scott Oberacker, Assistant Professor of Communications at Johnson & Wales University in Providence, RI.

 

Featuring:

GuezBat-Sheva Guez pushes the boundaries of visual storytelling, weaving dance, magic, and experimental techniques into character-driven stories with lovely production design. She is the recipient of the JT3 Artist Award for Screenwriting & Directing. She's written and directed more than a dozen short films, many of which have screened in festivals worldwide. Her most recent film, Behind the Wall, is premiering at the Rhode Island International Film Festival. Her past work has screened at multiple fests including the Constellation Change Screen Dance Festival, the Sans Souci Festival, The New York Television Festival, and the Atlanta Underground Film Festival. She has directed over 20 videos for Lincoln Center, promoting artists and performers including the New York City Ballet, Paul Taylor Dance Company, and American Ballet Theatre. She's also directed a web series featuring New York's underground performing arts scene. Bat-Sheva lives and works in Brooklyn, directing high-quality web content for clients with her production company, Adventure Pants. She is currently in development on a feature film. And How She Tried is a magical realism story about a young, unknown artist who becomes the assistant to a successful artist- only to have her creative identity swallowed up in his. She seeks advice from her neighbors: elderly characters who face gentrification using their own sort of street magic.

 

MarlynBright, vivacious leading lady Marlyn Mason was born on August 7, 1940, in San Fernando, California, and began performing at the age of 5. Encouraged and inspired by her parents, she was given singing and piano lessons while young and appeared on the local "Doye O'Dell Show" at age 9. As a young teenager, she was cast in several stage shows with the Players' Ring Theatre troupe in Hollywood, including musical versions of "Tom Sawyer" and "Heidi," as well as the legit plays as "Pick Up Girl" and "The Crucible".

 

In 1956, the 16-year-old Marlyn moved into TV work with multiple episodes of "Matinee Theatre". Throughout the 1960s, she would establish herself firmly into in the medium with guest parts on all the popular shows at the time. Blessed with an inviting, effervescent smile, she added spark and sparkle to such lightweight sitcoms as "My Three Sons," "Father Knows Best," "Gomer Pyle," "Hey Landlord" and "Occasional Wife," while showing off her dramatic mettle on "Burke's Law," "Ben Casey" (a seven part story), "Dr. Kildare," "Laredo, "Bonanza," "Run for Your Life," "The Invaders" and "Perry Mason" (the original series' final episode). Seldom pigeon-holed, Marlyn offered a palatable range of "good girl" and "bad girl" interps during this productive time -- from the sensual and alluring to the offbeat and freewheeling. One of her more notable "bad girl" roles came in the form of a faithless wife who schemes to murder her lover's wife and set up David Janssen's Richard Kimble character in the process.

 

Although the actress made her film debut at the beginning of the 1960s with an unbilled role in "Because They're Young" (1960) starring Dick Clark and Victoria Shaw, Marlyn would not perk up the large screen again until the very end of the decade when she nabbed her best known cinematic part as Elvis Presley's girl in one of his final films. While shooting "The Trouble with Girls" (1969), she was given the opportunity to share a duet with the legend on the novelty song "Sign of the Zodiac".

 

Since the 1980s, Marlyn has continued her career with appearances in film and TV. She earned her first grandmother role on the TV movie "Fifteen and Pregnant" (1998), and, most recently, has been seen in a few short films in which she worked in front and behind the camera: "Model Rules" (2008) (also writer/producer), "Big" (2009) and "The Bag" (2010) (also writer/producer).

 

alyMAly Migliori is a Rhode Island born, now New York based, filmmaker who wrote and directed KNIGHTSVILLE, a narrative short film centered around Rhode Island Italian American culture. KNIGHTSVILLE premiered in the New Mavericks selection at Oscar-Qualifying Atlanta Film Festival and there she was nominated a "Filmmaker to Watch." She was the Director of Photography of upcoming short film BINA starring Zabryna Guevara and her short, THE INCORPORATION is featured on Tribeca / Maker Studio's The Picture Show. She was an Associate Producer on I BELIEVE IN UNICORNS (SXSW 2014). Additionally, she works in the camera department of NYC productions. She graduated from Brown University, double-concentrating in Modern Culture & Media and Economics, and her thesis documentary, STEEL SHOES, received their Weston Fine Art Award.

 

eleanorWEleanor Wilson was born and raised in Adelaide, Australia and has lived in New York City for the last 7 years. She is the programming coordinator of Film Fatales, a collective of female directors who mentor each other, collaborate on projects and create a supportive community in which to make their films. As a filmmaker, Eleanor's short films have played at many festivals throughout the world, picking up awards along the way. Her latest short film that is playing at RIIFF, Everything All At Once, is set to be released on sundance.tv later this Summer. She is the co-founder of the Picture Farm Film Festival in Brooklyn, and in 2014 served on the jury of the Lighthouse International Film Festival. www.coteriepictures.com

 

 

S.OberackerJ. Scott Oberacker

Educational Outreach Director

Scott has recently joined as Flickers' Educational Outreach Director, where he works to develop and maintain the festivals’ educational outreach programs as well as aids in the selection and adjudication of the festival’s films. He holds a Ph.D. in Communication and Media Studies from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and has worked as a film scholar and teacher for many years. His writing on film has appeared in a number of scholarly journals and he is currently co-editing a book on the television series, Friday Night Lights. Most recently, Scott taught film and media courses at Roger Williams University in Bristol, RI, where he also helped to coordinate the Roving Eye Film Festival and the Tournees French Film Festival, in conjunction with RIIFF. Scott is currently an Assistant Professor of Communications at Johnson & Wales University in Providence, RI.

 

1:20 p.m.

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Eventbrite - The Rhode Island Film Forum 2015 

 

 

August 6th 2015 • 8:30 AM – 1:20 PM

The Providence Biltmore Ballroom, 11 Dorrance Street, Providence, RI

Questions? Call 401-861-4445 and speak with Tsutomu Brelsford

or email Shawn Quirk at quirk@film-festival.org


Who's Who Behind the Rhode Island Film Forum:

 

S.OberackerJ. Scott Oberacker

Educational Outreach Director

Scott has recently joined as Flickers' Educational Outreach Director, where he works to develop and maintain the festivals’ educational outreach programs as well as aids in the selection and adjudication of the festival’s films. He holds a Ph.D. in Communication and Media Studies from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and has worked as a film scholar and teacher for many years. His writing on film has appeared in a number of scholarly journals and he is currently co-editing a book on the television series, Friday Night Lights. Most recently, Scott taught film and media courses at Roger Williams University in Bristol, RI, where he also helped to coordinate the Roving Eye Film Festival and the Tournees French Film Festival, in conjunction with RIIFF. Scott is currently an Assistant Professor of Communications at Johnson & Wales University in Providence, RI.

 

shawnShawn Quirk is an independent filmmaker who has directed a number of short films and short documentaries. After receiving his Bachelors of Science in Film Production from Boston University, he worked for two years as an English assistant in France at the Cité Scolaire Vauban in Givet. During his time abroad he became involved with a number of film productions in both Belgium and France, which included camera work for the two time Palme d'or winning Dardennes Brothers on their most recent film "The Kid with the Bike."

 

In addition to teaching English to both French high school and middle school students, Shawn also worked in collaboration with the regional English inspector, Christine Minetto, of the Champannes-Ardennes Academy to create a pilot cinema education program for high school seniors. As part of this program, Shawn worked with local film producer, Benoit Giorgini, to create a hands on film workshop in which students collaborated amongst each other to create a series of short documentaries that explored the livelihoods of local shopkeepers and café owners in the Ardennes community and their struggle in competing with large chain retailers.

 

After his time abroad, Shawn then went on to work as a teaching assistant at the New York Film Academy at Harvard University, where he taught both high school and college students the technical and theoretical aspects of 16mm and digital filmmaking. He also worked as a high school French substitute teacher, and freelance newspaper photographer.

 

Shawn became a part of the Flickers team in the Fall of 2011, and is now the Program Director for the Rhode Island International Film Festival and the Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival. As a filmmaker in his own right, Shawn's goal is to help discover the next generation of auteurs, the new voices of independent cinema.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?


~ Produces

~ Directors

~ Rhode Island Cities & Towns Representatives

~ Film Teacher/Educators
~ Filmmakers
~ Film Production Crews
~ Film Exhibitors

~ Film Students
~ Artistic Directors, Film Vendors
~ Civic Organizations
~ Historic and Preservation Groups
~ Property Managers
~ Recreation Managers
~ Hotel Managers, Rental Agencies

~ Set Designers

~ Casting Directors

~ Writers

 

Be a part of this multi-million dollar industry here in Rhode Island

 

Here’s your chance to become involved with Rhode Island’s “stars” of the film community. The one-day forum will bring together leaders of the film industry with the decision-making community leaders and historic, natural and commercial property managers of Rhode Island. New technologies, the impact of tax credits, plus so much more will be addressed.

 

“How To” Sessions:

 

• How to work with the film industry
• How to get the film industry to work with you
• How to be prepared and pro-active

• The growth of college film programs
• What are the resources that filmmakers need?
• Understand how to create a partnership so that everyone involved benefits.
• What are the emerging technologies that will be impacting on future film productions?

• Union or non-union?

• Funding

 

The film industry in Rhode Island is growing by leaps and bounds. This program is designed to help facilitate a better understanding of the needs of the industry and the wants of the community to make Rhode Island the most film friendly in the country.

 

Rhode Island in Film & Television

 

Here are some of the films made in the Ocean State. To learn more about Rhode Island's film history, click here.

  • The Great Gatsby (1974)
  • The Scarlet Letter (1975)
  • The Betsy (1978)
  • Mr. North (1987)
  • Mermaids (1990)
  • Reversal of Fortune (1990)
  • Wind (1992)
  • Federal Hill (1993)
  • The Buccaneers (1993)
  • True Lies (1994)
  • Dumb and Dumber (1994)
  • Killer ( 1994)
  • American Buffalo (1995)
  • Code of Ethics (1996)
  • Ties to Rachel (1996)
  • Strangers in Transit (1996)
  • Outside Providence (1997)
  • Tax Day (1997)
  • Amistad (1997)
  • There's Something About Mary (1998)
  • Meet Joe Black (1998)
  • Me, Myself & Irene (1999)
  • NBC 's Providence (1999 -
  • The Brotherhood (2005 - )
  • Underdog (2007)
  • Dan in Real Life (2007)
  • 27 Dresses (2008)
  • Hachiko: A Dog's Story (2008)
  • Moonrise Kingdom (2012)
  • Infinitely Polar Bear (2015)
  • Irrational Man (2015)
  • November Criminals (2016)

Will you film be next? Will your community host the next film or photo shoot?

 


 

OUR 2015 SPONSORS:

 

RIFilm

 

cox

Harrington

URI's College of Arts and Sciences,

URI's Feinstein College of Continuing Education, and the URI Film Media Program

 

JWU

Johnson & Wales College of

Arts & Sciences

RWU

The RWU Feinstein College of Arts and

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Roberta Adams

 

ProvC

The Department of Theatre, Dance, and Film at Providence College.

 

 

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