OurTvSpace is pleased to announce additional new programs to launch on its new Digital Network in 2009 – as follows:
1) SixthForm.Tv - a fictional series featuring weekly webisodes following the lives of both students and teachers in their “Sixth Form” (Senior Year) at an elite and prestigious preparatory academy in New England. Cast will include teens – (male and female) and… Continue
As most of you are probably aware, I self-published my first three novels. The self-publisher I used was Lulu. Lulu provided each of their authors with a blog on their site. Besides this blog, I have been maintaining a nearly identical one on Lulu’s site, as well as several others. However, I have just received word that, due to lack of use by enough people, Lulu is taking down all of their blog pages sometime next month. So, within a short time, my Lulu blog will be gone. I… Continue
Added by Scott Harper on January 28, 2009 at 11:12am —
Hey everyone! I just wanted to remind all you fine NE inhabitants that the RI Film Actor's Meetup Group is tomorrow--Wednesday the 28th @ 7p.m. at the West Side Arts Center. This is only our second meeting, so now is a good time to come by and check out what we have in store, as well as have the opportunity to help in the growth of a new community. Below is a description of the group:
The Rhode Island Film Actor's Meetup Group is a collective of film actors from the NE area who meet… Continue
Added by Michael Reed on January 27, 2009 at 2:00pm —
LDI Casting's Anne Mulhall hosted a great low-key mixer this afternoon at the KAY Studios space in East Providence. It was one of those cocktail parties thrown by a friend who realizes the importance of bringing people together in the middle of winter because the warmth of the holidays has faded and now we're starting to just feel cold and detached.
You catch-up with friends you haven't seen in a while, are introduced to new faces, and casually wander between small clusters asking… Continue
This week, Subject:CINEMA #151 presents "Cityscapes:Shake Rattle And Roll - Los Angeles And Vicinity At The Movies". We tackle the Los Angeles area in general, movies that depict the LA Area getting destroyed, the crime of the area, and movies that depict the Cali lifestyle. Plus, we also have our Bonehead Of The Week, and complete coverage of the Golden Raspberry and Oscar nominees for 2009. Subject:CINEMA is presented by Popcorn N Roses, "Real Movies for REEL People". and can be found at… Continue
Added by TC Kirkham on January 25, 2009 at 4:36pm —
He gripped on my hand , follow me he whispered in a faint tone . We passed by a deserted road . Into the entrance of a forest . We stopped where it was clear enough to see the moonlight filter through the trees and reflecting on the pond . He turn toward me , looking directly into my eyes . His brown hair fell over his forehead to his ears . The light wind swifting it side to side a bit . His Blue crystal eyes glittered in the full moon . I felt his slender body press againest mine , bringing… Continue
1. didnt work when sent 2 photos from telephone to the special email here. they never arrived? 2.the photo icon on profile update page doesnt let you choose from previously uploaded photos, only from computer?
Added by Jace on January 24, 2009 at 5:00pm —
Dear OurFilmSpace member and potential CORE Acting student,
This is a picture with me and Barry Primus, who acted on TV’s Cagney and Lacey as well as playing opposite Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro in Righteous Kill. Barry was my acting teacher at the Maine Media Workshops last summer in a class called Acting for Directors.
Wrapped shooting yesterday for Skip Shea's short film "They Serve Breakfast Here All Day" (aka Last Exit).
It's the kind of experience that reaffirms why we're drawn to acting - for the pure selfish, selfless sake of creating art.
It's about the moments when you find yourself in the cafe of a one-street town at ten o'clock at night, staring at a plate of eggs and bacon that have been under hot lights for far too long till they're simultaneously crunchy and limp yet still look… Continue
Last night I responded to a casting call for a new TV Land reality series about lost loves.
Basically the deal is they find your lost love you haven't seen in 10+ years and with cameras rolling you each show and tell your life to each other. Hopefully if all goes well and the two lost lovers get back together or at least we get to see someone humiliated when their ex reminds them how much… Continue
OurTvSpace is pleased to announce another new program to launch on its new Digital Network in the second quarter of 2009 – LovePedia.Tv – a quirky assortment of stand alone weekly webisodes! LovePedia.Tv follows a variety of ever-changing and countless characters in a thematically linked yet totally unrelated series of short stories about the trials and tribulations of love and romance. Characters of all ages and types will be different in each… Continue
2009 STARTS OFF WITH A BANG WITH THE DEBUT OF ALL 4OUR ONE!!!
All 4our One Screens it's pilot episode Next Thursday January 22nd at 7:00pm AT HALEY HOUSE BAKERY CAFE, 12 DADE ST. (DUDLEY SQUARE) ROXBURY MA, 02119 during the "ART IS LIFE ITSELF" Open Mic Event, SPONSORED BY: The Roxbury Media Institute.
- HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO SEE ALL 4OUR ONE, COMPLETE AND
UNEDITED - shot in Crystal Clear - TRICEPTUS HD (1080i).
- MEET THE CAST… Continue
Added by Crosby Tatum on January 19, 2009 at 2:55am —
Please dust off your party shoes, come have fun, and help a fellow filmmaker and OurFilmSpace Member Goldilocks Productions raise seed funds for "Snowflake" - what will surely be a breakout independent film!
Based on a script Kristen Lucas wrote while a student in Emerson College’s Screenwriting Certificate Program in 2003, “Snowflake” is the story of Jesse Ashton, a 20-year-old white female rapper trying to transcend barriers of both… Continue
“MoonWraith” TV series pilot and partial series bible available. The following is the concept, as currently written in the series bible:
The series is set in medieval Europe. Centuries prior, vampires were commonplace. Lacking the ability themselves to operate during daylight hours, the vampire lords deemed it necessary for their kind to have access to a pool of loyal, unquestioning servants who were stronger and better able to protect them than humans. The vampire lords created a… Continue
Added by Scott Harper on January 18, 2009 at 11:36am —