Showbiz Budgeting / Scheduling and RepTools Demo for NALIP Members
Join us for an exclusive event for NALIP members only. Come and learn about the best tools for your production while networking with software experts and others in the industry.
Showbiz Budgeting / Scheduling and RepTools demo for NALIP members
Thursday, July 24, 2008
7:00 – 9:00pm
Location: 318, Inc.
830 Colorado Ave
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Class is FREE and limited to 40 Participants
Light meal / snacks will be served
Showbiz Software programs offered at 50% off
From Prep: Create any type of budget from commercials, music video, feature film, TV, corporate video, post production, and still photography.
To Shoot: Showbiz Budgeting keeps working as well. Its built-in actualization tool lets you track purchase orders, petty cash envelopes, payroll, and more.
To Wrap: Showbiz Budgeting delivers the reports you need to make your wrap pack-age look sharp.
Why Showbiz Scheduling? Integrated, Industry-Standard Reports. Customizable reports including the call sheet, production report, shooting schedule, strip board, exhibit "g", and crew list are built right in, all linked directly to the schedule. Efficiently organize your project from first call to final wrap.
Anyone who wants to breakdown a script and schedule needs Showbiz Scheduling!
For more information on either of these Showbiz titles, please visit http://www.ShowbizSoftware.com or call (310) 471-9330.
enables your entire production office staff to collaborate and become more efficient.
Electronic documents, boards, top sheets, schedules, emails, and physical assets are organized in a central database and made accessible at a moment's notice.
RepTools 2008 will give you a leg up on the competition like no other.
For more information, please visit http://www.reptools.com or call
Deadline Approaching: 2009 Walt Disney Studios and ABC Writing Fellowship Program
In 1990, in partnership with the Writers Guild of America, West, The Walt Disney Studios and ABC set out to create a best-in-class program to increase the diversity of voices in the writing industry. Since then, the Disney/ABC Writing Fellowship has become one of the industry's best-known and most-respected writing programs with over 250 alumni among Hollywood's elite, including screenwriters, directors and television showrunners.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE - AUGUST 8TH
For more information or to apply for the 2009 program, go to:
Feature Writing Fellowship Program:
Television Writing Fellowship Program:
Call for Submissions: Disney ABC Casting Project (Submissions Begin July 21)
As part of its ongoing effort to discover and develop culturally and ethnically diverse talent and actors with disabilities, the Disney ABC Television Group's Casting Project will hold auditions for consideration for the ABC Talent Showcase.
ABC's Talent Showcase has established an industry standard in creating opportunities for talent, with the majority of participants being given the chance to audition for a variety of ABC (and other networks') pilots and ongoing programming.
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE SUBMITTING:
1. PLEASE SUBMIT HEADSHOTS AND RESUMES ONLY. NO TAPES.
2. DO NOT DOUBLE SUBMIT.
3. NO PHONE CALLS.
4. PLEASE NOTE SUBMISSION PERIOD.
5. NO SUBMISSION WILL BE ACCEPTED BEFORE OR AFTER THE SUBMISSION PERIOD (JULY 21, 2008 - AUGUST 1, 2008).
SEEKING TALENT: Participants for the talent showcase must be at least 18 years old. Previous acting experience/training is required of all, but professional representation is not necessary.
ABC will contact selected actors to schedule an audition. If selected to audition, each actor will need to prepare a one-minute monologue from any published material. Original monologues cannot be used as part of the audition. Further details will be given upon contact.
ABC has a long-standing commitment to promoting diversity in the entertainment industry through a variety of projects administered by its Talent Development & Casting departments. The Casting Project offers an excellent opportunity for talent that might otherwise go unnoticed.
SUBMISSION PERIOD - JULY 21, 2008 - AUGUST 1, 2008 (Do NOT submit before July 21):
ABC TALENT SHOWCASE - LA
500 S. BUENA VISTA STREET
BURBANK, CA 91521-4656
Call for Entries: We The People Film Contest
Albertus Magnus College is hosting a film event in Sept. entitled "We The People." This being an election year, we felt that the time was right to have such an event in the hopes that it would lead to dialogue and healthy debate around the Constitution. The deadline for submissions is around the corner. We encourage any film makers who might just have an opinion to express on camera to do so and submit it for the fall screenings.
The entries just need to offer some perspective on the aforementioned American ideals as they pertain or contrast to present American life. As examples, films can engage topics such as: freedom of speech, freedom of religion, separation of church and state, the right to bear arms… Whatever your muse wants to address.
There’s more information online along with a downloadable application: http://www.albertus.edu/wethepeople.html
Fool for Love Run Extended at Luna Playhouse
LUNA PLAYHOUSE, GLENDALE’S NEW PROFESIONAL THEATER PRESENTS:
SAM SHEPARD’S “FOOL FOR LOVE”
Public presentations every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8:00 pm from
June 27 through July 26, 2008.
BY POPULAR DEMAND:
TWO-WEEKS EXTENDED RUN—JULY 31 – AUGUST 9, 2008
Luna Playhouse, 3706 San Fernando Rd. Glendale, CA 91204
Tickets are $25.00 available at www.itsmyseat.com or by calling (818) 500- 7200
Directed by Maro Parian
An American Classic that deals with the paradox of sexual attraction between
“half” siblings who can’t be together, but can’t live without each other, their violent emotions, constantly on the verge of going out of control driven by their passionately divided emotions.
Eddie has driven “two thousand, four hundred and eighty miles” to find May in a low-class motel in Mojave Desert where they expose their fifteen years of mixed and outrageous feelings.
Starring PJ Marshall as Eddie, Jacqueline Axton as May, Cooper Steve Anderson as The Old Man and Rick Nyholm as Martin.
Lighting Design by Henrik Mansourian
Set Design by Elna Kordijan
Property Design by Jessica Swapp
Sound Design by Ruben Aris