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What is Functional Voice and Functional Piano training?
Unlike many vocal therapy methods that provide damage control or injury recovery,… Continue
Added by Blink Music Studios on June 30, 2008 at 9:28am —
Huge congrats on hitting 400+ members,
Continue to grow,
Added by Neringa on June 30, 2008 at 1:16am —
I just got back in touch with a group up in Dover, NH who want to start to telling the visual history of their town's WWII Vets.
They've been inspired by the programs I've been creating and hoping they will be securing my services on the project.
I might them to just buy me GL-2 or better and that will be my payment for the gig.
I know what I want and need for gear to start doing my own things and this gig would go a big way to do that.
(If the… Continue
Added by Christopher Williams on June 29, 2008 at 11:10pm —
Reports of lots of action going on in the Draper Mill complex in Hopedale! In the featured photo, make-up artists work on Kevin Derr, the stuntman for Jack Noseworthy, the actor who plays the villain Strickland in the sci-fi action film "The Surrogates,” starring Bruce Willis and filming here in Massachusetts! Check out the article in the Milford Daily News by… Continue
Added by KirkpatrickLaw on June 29, 2008 at 9:30pm —
This was without a doubt the most ruggedly dangerous set I have ever experienced. I worked on action films in the past, but never been a part of the action scenes. We, Dreads ( background actors ), spent several days running on rugged uneven surfaces of bricks, rocks and debris. It was great to show up to set in comfortable, baggy clothes, no make up, hair a wreck and get the approval ( would that I could go around this sloppy all of the time). Many of us laughed at going from the glamourous,… Continue
Added by Andrea Lyman on June 29, 2008 at 9:08am —
At OurFIlmSpace, we are always thiniking about how to make things better for the Film and TV Industry, and our Members! To that end, we expect to make two major Announcements soon!! Can you guess what they are? We'll give you some clues in subsequent posts on this Blog - so stay tuned. And remember, this is "Our" FIlmSpace, so please share suggestions and iideas about how to make things better!!!
Put the "OUR" in OurFilmSpace and let us… Continue
Added by KirkpatrickLaw on June 28, 2008 at 10:30am —
And it's not "69!!!"
It's of course what Douglas Adams deemed to be the funniest number "Forty-Two."
Yes, the answer to the question of life, the universe, and everything.
6 x 9 does = 42 in Base 13, but who makes jokes in Base 13?
Not me and certainly not Douglas.
BTW what is Base 13???
I just listened to Tom Lehrer's "New Math" from 1963 and can't figure it out.
I used to be good maths dammit!!!!
Added by Christopher Williams on June 28, 2008 at 3:53am —
While I was out and about tonight my co-producer Peter informed me, via a text message, that one of the drive-ins on our list has been sold or is being sold and demolished at the end of summer.
This is threrefore cause fo rserious alarm and need for an interested DP with time to donate for this project to come forth and please help.
I'm going to establish contact with the owners on Monday and set up a day to go there and have an on camera interview.
The day… Continue
Added by Christopher Williams on June 28, 2008 at 2:31am —
Just got a friend request from someone I know from Myspace via my forgotten Facebook accounts who's on here already.
This is really cool and shows the internet isn't really that big of a place after all.
So Mr. Gourd it's good to hear from you again.
Isn't the current season of Who amazing???? Or I should say FANTASTIC!!!
(Can't wait to tune into Youtube tomorrow night and watch the next episode.)
Added by Christopher Williams on June 27, 2008 at 1:30pm —
We're closing this week with a fight...Fighting Friday!
WOULD YOU RATHER...
Fight a creature that had the body of a gazelle and the head of an elephant...
A creature that had the body of an eagle, the head of a snake, and the hair of Donald Trump?…
Added by Kandace C Cummings on June 27, 2008 at 12:44pm —
I am looking for auditions for male 20 year old, athletic model, skateboarder, snowboarder and surfer for print and film work.
Added by Daniel Picasso Hanson on June 26, 2008 at 12:54pm —
WOULD YOU RATHER...
Have breast implants made of ...
Live Tree Frogs and Crickets
Wild Bird Feed
YOU MUST DECIDE!
For those of you reading and… Continue
Added by Kandace C Cummings on June 26, 2008 at 11:06am —
James Cagney lends his powerful presence to an Irish tale that looks and feels like a John Ford film even though it isn't.
"SHAKE HANDS WITH THE DEVIL" (1959) is the hellbent story of the Irish Rebellion and the Black and Tan. Cagney is Dr. Sean Lenihan, a medical teacher at the University in Dublin. We don't learn until half way through the movie that Lenihan is also the Underground Commandant who makes many of the decisions, violent and not, that affect the Irish… Continue
Added by Ed Guinea on June 26, 2008 at 10:59am —
Did you ever wonder what the first big Hollywood All-Star blockbuster movie was? Did you ever wonder where these huge MGM casinos around the country got that concept from?
Have you ever wanted to see Greta Garbo, John Barrymore, Joan Crawford, Wallace Beery and Lionel Barrymore all together in one of the most dramatic motion pictures ever made? This grand movie was the beginning of it all - literally. Think of hundreds of imitations that have come after it. Take a look at… Continue
Added by Ed Guinea on June 26, 2008 at 10:57am —
"A geneticist's experimental accident curses him with the tendency to become a powerful giant green brute under emotional stress!" Can you believe that you just read this description of a $40 million dollar movie? I had the unfortunate experience of recently having to sit through this exhaustive time-waster called "Hulk".
(And believe it or not this tripe was directed by ANG LEE the guy who went on to direct "Brokeback Mountain", a sensitive modern day drama. )
This piece… Continue
Added by Ed Guinea on June 26, 2008 at 10:55am —
Anyone notice that there is a definite dearth of audition calls? It seems that the anticipation of a strike is causing producers to hold off on projects in this area. I don't know whether there will be a strike or not, but just the threat seems to be enough to give us all pause to think about our near-time careers. For those who are desperate for cash, thank God for our day-jobs. Even the stopgap background work seems to have dried up.
I believe that for those who are not… Continue
Added by Frank Budelman on June 26, 2008 at 10:45am —
Life isn’t always easy. Some say life is a struggle, a challenge. We often hear the saying “up a creek without a paddle.” Life can be a test, you’re either prepared or unprepared. Who we become as adults is greatly influenced by the way we are raised as children. The abilities and skills to survive and excel in this test of life are forever ingrained in us by our parents and educators. In this fast-paced ever evolving world, the prepared are able to rise to the challenges of life and fortune of… Continue
Added by Doris Anne Beaulieu on June 26, 2008 at 9:39am —
If you like to Blog, OurFilmSpace has a great Blog feature that will help you go viral and boost your career! Plus, it’s a lot of fun! If you haven’t – try it, it’s easy!!!! We are all here to learn, have fun, grow, network, and share information! So don't be bashful - jump in and ride the wave!
Just add a Blog Post on the Main Page, and then keep leaving comments on your own Blog. This keeps all of the discussion and Posts in one big… Continue
Added by KirkpatrickLaw on June 26, 2008 at 8:39am —
The Surrogates had a big presence in Boston over the weekend, with cameras and sets all over the place! Starwagons and trailers line a street not too far from Washington Street in this photo!
There are reports of cool acion scenes in Hopedale too.
Lots of OurFilmSpace Members are working on the project, and we look foward to hearing more from them about their… Continue
Added by KirkpatrickLaw on June 25, 2008 at 10:00pm —
I'm about ready to quit the Veteran's project because these people don't listen to how things need to be shot to make it a watchable tv program.
It's bad enough I'm meagerly paid for the first hours of my spent editing each program.
Now I'm 4 shows behind schedule because I don't have the pieces I need from these people to even start the post-production.
Then I go online and see this posting on Craigslist by an Emerson Student who not only wants resumes and… Continue
Added by Christopher Williams on June 25, 2008 at 4:57pm —