September 18, 2007

WOMEN IN FILM AND GM LAUNCH "TRACTION" ONLINE MAGAZINE

Visit www.wiftraction.com   

The national alliance of Women In Film (WIF) and the General Motors Corporation (GM) announce the launch today of Traction, an innovative and unique online magazine by and for women in the entertainment industry.

“The ambition of Tractionis to not only serve women who are already working within the film and television industries but to virtually mentor emerging female talent seeking to establish a career in entertainment,” said Judith James, editor-in-chief of Traction and head of the WIF/GM Alliance.

“We intend to provoke robust discussion and fresh thinking about women and the media,” continued James, a film, stage and television producer who is in a film partnership with Richard Dreyfuss at Dreyfuss/James Productions and a theater partnership with Camille Cosby.  “We hope that the editorial content of Traction and the access to real information and experience will get our readers to think out loud and to erupt into dialogue with, and through, the magazine.”

Included in Traction (www.wiftraction.com):

  • Feature Articles will provide insight on a wide variety of timely subjects affecting the entertainment industry.  A regular feature, “Process,” will explore the creative steps implemented by some of Hollywood’s most successful talent in all areas of entertainment, including producers, directors, writers, actors, cinematographers, makeup artists and more.
  • The Virtual Mentor, an ongoing series of articles written by experts in their field providing a “how to” for professionals, real-life experience not typically found in books. Covering a wide variety of areas, TVM will cover such topics as the ins-and-outs of shooting in foreign countries; bonding your film; securing an agent or manager; advice regarding children working in the industry; and much, much more.  Readers are invited to submit their questions.
  • Two Kids in the Balcony, an ongoing blog discussion by young journalists Jessica Silver-Greenberg and AJ Strasser.  The duo address … well, whatever they feel like addressing … in an urbane, witty and lively format.
  • Point of View shares statistical analysis courtesy of Dr. Martha Lauzen’s superb annual studies of film and television. POV also shares some of the best reviews by former Los Angeles Times feature critic Sheila Benson, as well as contemporary reviews from other critics of television, film and documentaries.
  • Discussion Forum, a place for readers to share their thoughts, questions and concerns … and to get answers.
  • Friends & Neighbors, a list of organizations, companies and resources of use to anyone in the entertainment industry.

General Motors is the National Presenting Sponsor of Women In Film and the WIF/GM Alliance was created to support women in the entertainment industry and to expand Women In Film chapter programs across the country. 

For more information on WIF/GM Alliance programs, visit www.women-in-film.com.


LAST CHANCE FOR DISCOUNTED SUITE RATES AT FLORIDA MEDIA MARKET GLOBAL CONFERENCE 2007 (MIAMI BEACH)

The Florida Media Market extends a special greeting to all NALIP members and is pleased to issue a final notice about an important deadline.  Scheduled for October 18 - 21 in Miami Beach, FL this year's Global Conference is being held at the Alexander All-Suite Oceanfront Resort. Today, September 18th (yes, that's right...today!) Conference participants can enjoy a great discount when they book a room or suite for the Film & TV media event of the year!  Make your reservation online now or call the Reservations Desk at (800) 327-6121 to get in on all the savings; ask for Robin Hill or Meiling Ow, our hotel liaisons.

Registration for the Global Conference is open online. NALIPsters are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity to rub elbows at a new market featuring executives with over $5 million dollars in funding (including 15 VPs of Programming and a host of buyers and sellers from around the globe) already confirmed to attend the Conference as well as a host of world-class speakers and panelists, including award-winning actress Maria Conchita Alonso, Bill Block (Vanilla Sky), Paul Breuls (Corsan N.V.) and Emmy-winning actor/host Gary Collins. Don't miss out on this great opportunity to meet with the very people who could make your dream project a reality. Click here to access our Registration Page.

Long regarded as one of the coolest places on "The Beach," The Alexander Hotel is also the most convenient, just 15 minutes from the airport, the Port of Miami and Downtown, and close to all the sports, resorts and action that make Miami famous, just minutes from South Beach and the Art Deco District, The Alexander offers immediate access to all of Miami Beach! A limited number of oceanfront Executive Suites  and Conference Booths are still available for Buyers/Sellers. Reserve your Executive Suite or Booth today to use the suite for your one-on-one meeting with potentials clients and as accommodations. For more information, please contact us at at (305) 372-4563 to reserve your suite today!


"SEA OF DREAMS" OPENING SEPTEMBER 21

A new film by promising Mexican filmmaker Jose "Pepe" Bojorquez opens this Friday, September 21 in 12 markets throughout California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. The film is called SEA OF DREAMS, and has a fantastic international cast that includes:

* Mexico's Angelica Maria, appearing in her first film in close to 20 years
* Johnathon Schaech (THAT THING YOU DO)
* Academy Award nominee Seymour Cassel
* Nicholas Gonzalez ("Ressurection Boulevard," "The OC")
* Julio Bekhor
* Gaston Melo
* Brazil's Sonia Braga (KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN, "Sex & The City")
* Famed Israeli actress Sendi Bar.

The film was shot entirely in Mexico, and Pepe served as director, writer and producer. The film has it's premiere tonight at the Paramount Theatre on the Paramount Pictures lot.

The official movie website is www.seaofdreamsthemovie.com


A NIGHT OF FILM, MUSIC AND ART DEDICATE TO '60s MEXICAN ROCK

The Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles in collaboration with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association proudly announces the presentation of “Mexico! Mexico! Rock! Rock! Rock!” a night of film, music and art dedicated to Mexican rock from the 60s, which will take place on Sunday, September 30, 2007 at the legendary Ford Amphitheatre located at 2580 Cahuenga Blvd, East in Hollywood.

The centerpiece of the evening is the 7:30 p.m. screening of the 1962 film “A ritmo del twist” directed by the acclaimed Benito Alazraki and featuring many of the most popular Mexican rock acts of the late 1950s and early 1960s. The film is in Spanish with English subtitles.

Another feature will be the 7:00 p.m. live on-stage special presentation by the San Antonio based all-girl and renowned Latina trio “Girl in a Coma”. This musical group will be performing catchy Mexican rock and roll songs from the 60’s.

The evening also will include an art exhibition presented by a group of emerging Chicano/Latino artists: Mitsy Avila Ovalles, Daniel Gonzalez, John Miner, Txutxo Perez, Jesse Vidaurre, Jaime “Germs” Zacarias, and Joan Zamora. All of the artists will be displaying their contemporary works inspired by the music and visual aesthetics associated with Mexican rock.

Lastly, a panel discussion on Mexican rock films from the 60’s will be led by a group of recognized music experts and scholars such as: record producer and Chicano rock historian, Ruben Guevara; cultural critic and writer, Josh Kun; world renowned Mexican bassist and founder of the band Koinonia, Abe Laboriel; and Marisela Norte, writer and one of the most important literary voices to come out of East L A.

Both the exhibition and panel discussion start at 5 p.m.

Tickets for the evening, priced at $10, are available by visiting www.FordTheatres.org
Or by calling 323. 461.3673.


CALL FOR ENTRIES: 4TH ANNUAL LOS ANGELES RED NATION FILM FESTIVAL

RED NATION CELEBRATION’s Fourth Annual FILM FESTIVAL is dedicated to Native Indigenous women filmmakers. We are interested in films directed, written, produced or starring Native Indigenous women. This is the first time our native women filmmakers will be honored in this way at a film festival. NATIVE WOMEN in FILM & TELEVISION will have a permanent home at Red Nation Film Festival.

NATIVE WOMEN in FILM & TELEVISION will be held November 16, 17 & 18, 2007, in Los Angeles, California, the Entertainment Capital of the World and is part of the Second Annual American Indian Heritage Month produced by Red Nation Celebration.

OTHER FILM FESTIVAL CATOGORIES Include:
- “ CALIFORNIA INDIANS ” – Films of Today & Tomorrow
- “ NO BORDERS ” – Indigenous International Films. Focuses on Grass Roots community films.
- “ NATIVE WOMEN in FILM & TELEVISION – Focused on American Indian Women Filmmakers
- “ NATIVE YOUTH FILMS ” – Directed & Produced by Native youth.
- “ FOUR DIRECTIONS ” – Mixed Blood Films. Honoring the teaching of the Medicine Wheel; the sacred colors – yellow/Indian, black/Indian, brown/Indian, white/Indian. All films must have American Indian theme.
- “ THE RNTC WOMEN STUDENT FILMMAKER COMPETITION ” - RED NATION TELEVISION CHANNEL (RNTC), recognizes the orginial storytellers of this land - we know that women are the life-givers, visionies, healers, the 1 st feminists - American Indian women carry the history of our culture. All native women students at the undergraduate and graduate level may enter.

Visit: www.RedNation.com & Click on ABOUT US for more information on Red Nation Film Festival.

Entry fee: NO CHARGE

Submit your film by October 15, 2007 to:
RED NATION FILM FESTIVAL
9420 Reseda Blvd PMB 352
Northridge CA 91324-2974


FREE COMMERCIAL CLASS

Casting Associate Mike Pointer is offering another round of FREE COMMERCIAL CLASSES this month!

Excellent information on how to make thousands of dollars in residual income doing television commercials. Mr. Pointer teaches outstanding cutting edge strategies that help actors quit their day jobs, and build a successful career.

The upcoming dates are:
Wednesday, September 19th, 7pm *or*
Saturday, September 22nd, 6pm *or*
Wednesday, September 26th, 7pm *or*
Saturday, September 29th, 6pm *or*
Sunday, September 30th, 2pm *or*
Wednesday, October 3rd, 7pm

Choose one class only!

Bring a headshot and resume. Arrive15 minutes early for awesome door prizes!

YOU MUST RSVP to:
(323) 939-4612
or sign up online at:
www.heyisawyourcommercial.com/free_seminars.htm


EXCLUSIVE ONE-WEEK ENGAGEMENT OF TWO LATINO FILMS (SAN DIEGO)

Media Arts Center San Diego's San Diego Latino Film Festival presents it's September installment of the "Countdown to 15" showcase of new Latin American, Mexican and Spanish Cinema with the September 21-27 release of American Visa (Bolivia) and Asi del Precipicio (Mexico). Films will once again be presented exclusively at the UltraStar Mission Valley Cinemas at Hazard Center (off 163 Freeway & Friars Rd.). The two films to be screened include:

Asi del Precipicio (Mexico, 110 min., Dir. Teresa Suarez) will be screened daily Sept. 21-27 at 1:15 pm, 6:00 pm, and 10:45 pm . This controversial Mexican drama chronicles the experiences of three women who are struggling to find their place in the world despite having lives packed with love, lust and wealth. As each of the ladies attempts to figure out what they want, they also battle personal demons that put their futures at risk. Screened at 2007 San Diego Latino Film Festival. Starring Ana de la Reguera (Nacho Libre).

American Visa (Bolivia, 100 min, Dir. Juan Carlos Valdivia) will be screened daily daily Sept. 21-27 at 11:00 am, 3:45 pm, and 8:30 pm . A Bolivian man with dreams of reuniting with his son and starting a new life in the United States is forced to resort to questionable methods due to harsh laws designed to curb immigration in director Juan Carlos Valdivia's thoughtful meditation on the post-9/11 political climate. Mario Alvarez (Demián Bichir) wants nothing more than to travel to Miami, re-connect with his long-lost son, and seek out a new life in a new country. Obtaining a visa in Bolivia is no easy task though, and in order to achieve his goals Mario will be forced to bend the rules nearly to the breaking point. Mario's diligent efforts to escape to the U.S. are soon complicated, however, when a beautiful young dancer named Blanca (Kate del Castillo) voices a desire to quit her job at a seedy strip club and settle down with the desperate dad in Bolivia. Screened 2006 San Diego Latino Film Festival.

Watch movie trailers! Visit the following links: American Visa & Asi del Precipicio

Both films will be presented in Spanish WITH English subtitles. Both films will share one screen at the UltraStar Mission Valley Cinemas at Hazard Center (163 Freeway & Friars Rd.) September 21-27th. There is a separate admission price for each film. Tickets are $9.50 General Audiences / $7.50 Students, seniors & Media Arts Center San Diego members. Individual tickets can be purchased prior to each screening at the UltraStar Mission Valley Cinemas at Hazard Center box office (7510 Hazard Center Dr., SD, CA 92108).

 

HBO ON DEMAND PRESENTS "BETTY LA FLACA"

Through the end of the month, HBO on demand will be presenting Nalipster Hugo Perez' award winning short Betty la Flaca as one of a handful of Latino films they are spotlighting in their Mas Peliculas section for Hispanic Heritage Month.  Some of the other filmmakers keeping Hugo company on the list are Guillermo del Toro with Pan's Labyrinth and Alfonso Cuaron with his first feature Solo Con Tu Pareja.

HBO carefully tracks all of its On Demand ratings so if you want to support more programming like Betty la Flaca be sure to watch it this month.  Just tune in to the Mas Peliculas section of HBO On Demand and select Betty la Flaca.

More information about Betty la Flaca can be found at: www.m30afilms.com

BETTY LA FLACA SYNOPSIS: Skinny Betty might just as well not exist given the lack of attention she gets from men, including her boyfriend Carlos.  Her co- worker, Reina, recommends she have some work done to enlarge and enhance the most important part of the body--her butt.  When Betty arrives at the homegrown ‘clinica’ in Maria Dolores living room in the Bronx, she has no idea how much impact a little ‘work’ will have on her life.   

 

AND THE EMMY GOES TO AMERICA FERRARA

Sep. 17, 2007 - (Latin Heat Online) - It’s a sweep! Starting off this year in February with her Golden Globe win for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series, followed by a SAG Award, an ALMA and several more, on Sunday America Ferrera picked up television most coveted and prestigious award,the Emmy. As the audience, cheered with several jumping to their feet, America walked on stage looking like a class act in her electric umpire gown, delivering a heartfelt speech which began with, “It’s truly amazing when you get to have your dreams come true.” FULL STORY HERE


"SOPRANOS," "30 ROCK" TOP EMMYS

Sep. 16, 2007 - (Varieyt) - It was something old and something new at the Emmys. "The Sopranos" made history by whacking its dramatic competition in its swan-song year, and the ratings-challenged new sitcom "30 Rock" rolled to a much-needed win. By being crowned best series at the 59th annual Primetime Emmys Sunday, HBO's mob series becomes the first drama to record a walk-off Emmy in three decades -- an understandable trend, given the heat that traditionally tends to surround newer kids on the block. FULL STORY HERE


ACTRESS MIXES BARTENDING AND FILM FEST, STIRS

Sep. 12, 2007 - (The Villager) - In five short years Ellie Diez has gone from making mojitos to making movie magic. In 2002, Diez, a thirty-something, hazel-eyed Latina of Puerto Rican and Ecuadorian extraction, was working as a bartender at Esperanto, a fusion Latino restaurant. One of the owners, Stephan Gervaille Reache, got permission to present an event in La Plaza Cultural Community Garden on 9th Street and Avenue C, across from his restaurant, and asked his staff to create something wonderful for the Loisaida neighborhood. Thus was born the Loisaida Cortos [short films] International Latino Film Festival, which Diez and five co-workers founded. FULL STORY HERE

 

TENURE TRACK POSITION IN PRODUCTION AT LOYOLA MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY’S SCHOOL OF FILM AND TELEVISION

NARRATIVE FEATURE FILMMAKING

The successful candidate must demonstrate wide-ranging expertise in all aspects of Feature filmmaking, with special emphasis given to strong skills in narrative visual storytelling. Extensive experience working with and directing actors is also required.

We are seeking individuals who encourage innovation, collaboration, and an appreciation for humanism and the interconnectedness of the arts; whose strong professional credentials represent the best of mainstream studios feature films, and whose teaching can help to effectively prepare and connect our students to the broad landscape of the industry.

Significance will be given to the candidate's skills in teaching, advising and mentoring students in the entire collaborative process of narrative Feature filmmaking. The successful candidate will have a dynamic understanding of, and wide-ranging teaching and professional experiences in story and script, directing, working with actors, pre-production, production and post-production. Candidate will teach classes at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Additional information for all applicants:

These are full-time tenure track appointments beginning Fall 2008. Salary is competitive. The successful candidate will have strong teaching and professional experience. Although a terminal degree is required (M.F.A. or Ph.D), highly exceptional candidates with wide ranging, industry recognized, successful, celebrated and distinguished professional careers will also be considered. Committee work, advising, and continued research/creative work are required.

The deadline for applications is December 3, 2007 (no late applications will be accepted). Applicants should send: a letter of application which includes a description of the applicant's experience and a vision statement; curriculum vitae; undergraduate and graduate transcripts; three references including names, addresses, and telephone numbers, and mail materials to:

Chair, Narrative Feature Filmmaking Search Committee #1
School of Film and Television
Loyola Marymount University
1 LMU Drive, MS 8230
Los Angeles, CA 90045-2659

The School of Film and Television has over 500 students majoring in Production, Screenwriting, Recording Arts, and Animation. The school encourages original thinking with an emphasis on master visual storytelling in a supportive environment consistent with the University's ethics and humanistic goals. Loyola Marymount, a comprehensive university in the mainstream of American Catholic higher education, seeks professionally outstanding applicants who value its mission and share its commitment to academic excellence, the education of the whole person, and the building of a just society. LMU is an equal opportunity institution actively working to promote an intercultural learning community. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. (Visit www.lmu.edu for more information.)


TENURE TRACK POSITION IN PRODUCTION AT LOYOLA MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY’S SCHOOL OF FILM AND TELEVISION

NARRATIVE FILMMAKING

The successful candidate must demonstrate wide-ranging expertise in all aspects of narrative filmmaking, with special emphasis given to strong skills in narrative visual storytelling. Extensive experience working with and directing actors is also required.

We are seeking individuals who encourage innovation, collaboration, and an appreciation for humanism and the interconnectedness of the arts; whose strong professional credentials in narrative films and whose teaching can help to effectively prepare and connect our students to the broad landscape of the industry.

Significance will be given to the candidate's skills in teaching, advising and mentoring students in the entire collaborative process of narrative filmmaking. The successful candidate will have a dynamic understanding of, and wide-ranging teaching and professional experiences in story and script, directing, working with actors, pre-production, production and post-production. Candidate will teach classes at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Additional information for all applicants:

These are full-time tenure track appointments beginning Fall 2008. Salary is competitive. The successful candidate will have strong teaching and professional experience. Although a terminal degree is required (M.F.A. or Ph.D), highly exceptional candidates with wide ranging, industry recognized, successful, celebrated and distinguished professional careers will also be considered. Committee work, advising, and continued research/creative work are required.

The deadline for applications is December 3, 2007 (no late applications will be accepted). Applicants should send: a letter of application which includes a description of the applicant's experience and a vision statement; curriculum vitae; undergraduate and graduate transcripts; three references including names, addresses, and telephone numbers, and mail materials to:

Chair, Narrative Filmmaking Search Committee #2
School of Film and Television
Loyola Marymount University
1 LMU Drive, MS 8230
Los Angeles, CA 90045-2659

The School of Film and Television has over 500 students majoring in Production, Screenwriting, Recording Arts, and Animation. The school encourages original thinking with an emphasis on master visual storytelling in a supportive environment consistent with the University's ethics and humanistic goals. Loyola Marymount, a comprehensive university in the mainstream of American Catholic higher education, seeks professionally outstanding applicants who value its mission and share its commitment to academic excellence, the education of the whole person, and the building of a just society. LMU is an equal opportunity institution actively working to promote an intercultural learning community. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. (Visit www.lmu.edu for more information.)


POST PRODUCTION SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR

The LMU School of Film & Television seeks a Post Production Systems Administrator to provide direct support for post production in the School of Film and Television and for courses which rely on post production. Provide consultation and technical services in post production to faculty, staff and students in the School of Film and Television.

Loyola Marymount University shares in a rich intellectual heritage fostered by the Jesuit and Marymount educational traditions and founded on social justice and ethical values. Governed by an independent Board of Trustees, LMU cherishes its Catholic identity while at the same time welcoming people from diverse social, religious, and cultural backgrounds. LMU is in Los Angeles, yet near the Pacific Ocean, offering a dynamic cultural environment.

We seek candidates with typically a Bachelor's Degree is preferred, but not required with appropriate technical knowledge and successful track record in post production support position or equivalent experience.   A minimum of two years in a professional post production environment including hardware and software configuration; a minimum of one year in an end-user environment in which there has been a direct responsibility for providing troubleshooting and instructional support. Must have a working knowledge of Final Cut Pro and Avid editing systems.  

We offer a comprehensive benefits package and competitive salary.  Interested candidates must apply by submitting a resume to http://jobs.lmu.edu position number #08-167.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer


RECORDING ENGINEER

Loyola Marymount University shares in a rich intellectual heritage fostered by the Jesuit and Marymount educational traditions and founded on social justice and ethical values. Governed by an independent Board of Trustees, LMU cherishes its Catholic identity while at the same time welcoming people from diverse social, religious, and cultural backgrounds. LMU is in Los Angeles, yet near the Pacific Ocean, offering a dynamic cultural environment.

The LMU School of Film & Television seeks a Recording Engineer (staff audio engineer) to maintain and oversee our recording studio facilities. Applicants should have professional experience in post-production sound for film and/or television; experience in music recording is also beneficial.

In addition to technical maintenance of studio hardware, expertise in Pro Tools and Macintosh computer systems is essential. Familiarity with Final Cut Pro and Soundtrack Pro is also desirable

A staff member in this position must work closely not only with other technical staff but with faculty and students.  In addition, our Recording Engineer may be expected to supervise student workers. For these reasons, good organizational, interpersonal, and managerial skills are needed.

We offer a comprehensive benefits package and competitive salary.  Interested candidates must apply by submitting a resume to http://jobs.lmu.edu position number #08-168.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer


SEEKING PRODUCER FOR FULLY FUNDED SHORT FILM

Seeking Producer for a short film funded by the HSF McNamara Creative Arts Grant.  Great for someone still in grad school or just out of grad school. Looking for someone who would be a strong partner, creative and line producer, on the project and will commit to the film from pre-production to the end. Planning to shoot beginning of November and wrap up post-production by end of January.  Need someone to start ASAP.

The right candidate will have a strong dedication to telling stories about the Latino community. The position is unpaid so seeking someone with a lot of passion willing to take this very generous grant and create a film, along with the director, with an amazing production value.  The film has great potential to do extremely well in festivals.

First-time Director has her MFA from USC School of Cinematic Arts; winner of several prestigious writing awards, but now seeking to expand her horizons as a director.

"Niño Sombra" Synopsis - (the dialogue is primarily English with some Spanish) Thirteen's a tough age, but it's that much tougher when you¹re a rich white kid moving into a Latino, low-income neighborhood.  Still, Ryan succeeds in making a friend out of Chato, a neighbor whose brown skin has got everyone wondering when he'll turn delinquent.  But Chato's really just a kid with a mission to help out his struggling parents and Ryan's a neglected child of a hippie divorce willing to do anything he can to keep his friendship with Chato strong, even if it means getting jumped into a gang.

If interested please email Linda Yvette Chávez at:  lindayvette@gmail.com


PART-TIME ASSISTANT TO FILM CONSULTANT/PRODUCER

Peter Broderick, independent film consultant and producer, is looking for a sharp, friendly, and well-organized assistant to manage scheduling for Paradigm Consulting and to provide other administrative support.

Duties include scheduling via email and phone, client relations, correspondence, and research.

Must have excellent people and research skills and a passion for independent film. Solid writing and typing skills, and proficiency on Mac are essential. Prior filmmaking and web experience a plus.

Opportunity to build valuable contacts, learn the independent film distribution business, and grow with the company.

Pay is negotiable depending upon experience. Position is Part-time (some work can be done off site).

To learn more about Paradigm Consulting, visit:
www.peterbroderick.com

TO APPLY: email a cover letter and resume (as text in the body of the email, NOT as an attachment) to:
aina@peterbroderick.com

Please do not call.

 

 

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