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Seeking extras and production crew July 23rd during CFD

Lights Camera Action!

Click on the image to download the participation release

CREW
WCM and Angel Street Films are producing a short film The Rose Garden (working title) set in Cheyenne, Wyoming during Cheyenne Frontier Days. We need a small crew for the day at the CFD parade, the gunslinger town, Frontier Park carnival and rodeo arena. Media passes provided Please download and complete the participation release and return it to the email below:

  • Production Assistants
  • Make up artist
  • Boom operator
  • Assistant Director
  • 2nd camera operator

EXTRAS
We also need some extras during the parade for a shot that takes place in front of Marv’s Pawn Shop at the corner of 16th Street and Carey Ave.

When: Saturday, July 23rd – 8am to 4pm

Where: Staging location 109 E. 17th Street (corner of Central and 17th St)

If interested download and complete the participation release and email it to bvet22@yahoo.com or call 307-509-0181

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WCM – LCCC teaching ‘Lights, Camera, Action’ Next workshop June 16th

Register through LCCC

Create professional videos without being a professional! Download the catalog then sign up through Laramie County Community College.

Learn how to operate a video camera, the basics of setting up lights and
sound and the fundamentals of screenwriting while working on an actual film production project. Check us out on facebook!

Optional: As part of a grant, earn a small stipend to help cover the cost of your class by serving as a crew member on an actual community video production project. Details of the dates and times of the community projects will be presented at the end of your workshop.
Upcoming workshop dates:

• 4:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Thursday, June 16
• 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Saturday, June 18
• 4:00 p.m. –10:00 p.m. Thursday, June 23

Cost: $95 Location: Historic Hynds Building, Downtown Cheyenne
Registration: 307.778.1236 or online lccc.wy.edu

Thank you to the Wyoming Arts Council, Visit Cheyenne, Cheyenne Downtown Development Authority, Plains Hotel, Wyoming Tribune Eagle, Wyoming Lifestyle Magazine, Wyoming Film Office, and City of Cheyenne for their support.

These workshops are being offered for enrichment. No college credit will be issued. LCCC reserves the right to cancel any classes without sufficient registration.

WFO offers $25K prize for best short movie

TheThe Wyoming Short Film Contest is open for entries. Film makers can submit their videos online at http://www.wyomingshortfilmcontest.com . A $25,000 first prize will be awarded to the winning entry with a storyline that takes place in Wyoming, features Wyoming, or presents the state as a major character.

The 2009 winner “The Deer and the Antelope” produced by Dillon Petrillo will screen on the Cheyenne International Film Festival opening night on May 21.

Wyoming Film office staff has made the process easier this year by using popular video contest software. The new program allows the general public to vote on their favorite entry. A judging panel will then decide the winner based on the top ten most popular entries. Some criteria that the judges will keep in mind when viewing the films include production value, script, acting when relevant and Wyoming tourism value. “Our new submissions process should make it easier for filmmakers to get their work in front of the judges,” said Colin Stricklin of the Wyoming Film Office.

Wyoming Short Film Contest was introduced at the Sundance Film Festival in 2008 and again in 2009 at a Wyoming Film Office reception. “We saw a 100% increase in submissions from the first year to the second. We’re looking forward to similar numbers in 2010,” said Stricklin.

The Wyoming Film Office is not only launching the 3rd annual Short Film Contest but also a new web site. Film Office Manager Michell Howards explains “Our new web site allows us to integrate our social media and video elements. It also gives production companies a searchable locations and crew database making the web site more interactive than ever.” For more information visit www.filmwyoming.com