Join us Tuesday, May 7th from 5-8 for:
at Columbia College Chicago
Students and faculty of Columbia’s Film & Video Department cordially invite you as we highlight the talent of our graduating seniors and graduate students in all areas and concentrations of Film & Video.
This very special event is on Tuesday, May 7th from 5-8pm. Please join us in Film Row at 1104 S. Wabash (8th Floor) for a glass of wine and a catered reception while mingling with other industry professionals and enjoying a showcase of our graduates latest reels.
As a respected professional in this Industry, your input and guidance is invaluable to our students. Please click on the link(s) below for more information and to RSVP.
5-6pm: Keynote Speaker from our industry (to be announced!)
6-8:00pm: Screening of reels, FrameWork Interviews and networking reception
See you there!
Moving Pictures is part of Industry Events 2013, Columbia’s premier series of showcases, reviews, and receptions for graduating students, running now through May 17th. See the schedule and more info at colum.edu/industryevents
SAVE THE DATE FOR THE PREMIERE OF
Passion for Dancing: The Story of Shulamith
A Film by Women in Film Members Shuli Eshel (36 minutes, 2013)
Place: At the Instituto Cervantes of Chicago, Inc.
31 W Ohio St., Chicago, IL 60654
(Between State and Dearborn)
Date: Sunday May 19, 2013
Time: Doors open at 3:00 PM for tickets (close at 5:00 PM)
3:30 PM—-Short introduction by Shuli Eshel
Screening of documentary
Followed by a Q & A and DVD signing
Passion for Dancing: The Story of Shulamith recounts the life of Shuli Eshel, an Israeli born Chicago filmmaker, as she reconnects with her childhood passion for dancing through Salsa. The documentary weaves the themes of family, survival, friendship, love, marriage, divorce, feminism and peace activism. Shuli’s film career has been driven by her feminist consciousness and her passion to make this a better world. Clips from her documentaries highlight work that proved important, ground-breaking firsts in Israel and the United States. Chicago’s multi-racial and multi-ethnic Salsa community join Shuli as they relate their passion for Salsa and underscore Shuli’s belief that “It is NEVER too late to reconnect with your childhood passion or any passion you might have, and use it for the rest of your life”.
For more information contact Shuli at firstname.lastname@example.org 773-868-4140
DVD Premiere Special $20, (retail price is $29.99)
For more information contact Shuli at email@example.com, 773-868-4140
Parking: Lots of Street Parking on Sunday OR 12 hours in the parking garage located within the Grand Plaza building. Garage entrance is directly adjacent to the Instituto Cervantes lobby on Ohio, as well as one block south on Grand. $8.00 with validation from the center.
A CINEMATIC VOYAGE…
Cinema/Chicago, together with the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events and our consular and cultural partners, is pleased to present the 10th Annual International Screenings Program…
This free weekly series showcases 20 feature films and 7 short films from around the world, along with a program of local shorts, that are not widely available in the U.S. Embodying a range of genres and styles from laugh-out-loud comedies and quirky coming-of-age dramas to politically-tinged love stories and inspiring documentaries, these films celebrate the richness of the human experience.
International Screenings is the highlight event of the International Connections Program, whose committee members include representatives from various consulates and cultural organizations in Chicago. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited to theater capacity. Films are unrated. Viewer discretion is advised.
Location: Essanany Studio and Lighting 1346 N North Branch
Chicago, IL 60642
Hours: 10:00am – 3:00pm
Professional guidance for upcoming Production Assistants in Chicago where they will get overview training for prep, shoot and wrap days. We will go over responsibilities on set and wrap duties.
• Differences from set PA and Office PA.
• Vendor pick up and returns
• Job Petty Cash – tracking receipts and envelope completion
• How to pack and unpack a production truck
• Understanding each department and the support needs they have.
Featured guest speakers: Tina Moy, Damien Huck, Matt Miller
Lunch will be provided and freelance professionals will be attending during lunch to enable networking opportunities.
We will take digital copies of resumes to pass along to the freelance Production Manager and Coordinators in Chicago.
Please RSVP by 4/23/2013 and email firstname.lastname@example.org
Industry Events 2013 are Columbia College Chicago’s free signature showcases, receptions, and reviews that bring our graduating students together with creative industry friends and professionals. More than a dozen events in April and May are organized by industry sectors and related media.
Learn more here.
It’s an evening of music, laughs and more to celebrate and raise money for the Kaufherr Members Resource Center. A multi-purpose facility available at no cost to SAG-AFTRA and AEA members, the KMRC supports Chicago’s professional performers in enhancing their skills and marketing their talent. Along with plenty of entertainment, there will be food, drink and an auction.