Wyoming Community Media (WCM) has teamed up with the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce to produce videos for Chamber members. New Chamber members get a short video as a part of their “Chamber Welcome” For more information about how you can get more people to see your goods and services and learn about you and your business, contact WCM 307-509-0182.
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Lights, Camera, Action! Wyoming Community Media presents its video production seminar. You’ll produce a short film during the class. Classes are held at the Hynds Building – 1608 Capitol Avenue.
August 31 – 10am – 4pm
September 10 – 9am – 3pm
September 13 – 10am – 4pm
Learn the basics about how to operate a video camera, setting up lights and sound and the fundamentals of screenwriting while working on an actual film production project.
Here’s the video produced by the a similar production class: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21Tsch-q86w&NR=1
Thank you to the Wyoming Arts Council, Laramie County Community College and Wyoming Film Office for their support.
Wyoming Community Media and Angel Street Films teamed up to produce “Running Horses”, a heart warmimg coming of age story. The film is entered in the Wyoming Film Office Short Film Contest.
The top ten most popular films based on views and votes will advance to the judging round. Voting is a bit of a hassle. You’ll be asked to register with Strutta where the video is uploaded, then view it and then rate it by clicking on the FIFTH STAR under the video viewer. Watch the film by clicking on the image of Sarah and Cole.
Sundance Film Festival alumus, screenwriter Pamela Cuming (Downloading Nancy) wrote the screeplay about Sarah (Maggie Mirrione) overcoming a personal tragedy by realizing the strong sibling bond she has developed with her younger brother, Cole (Ben Voloch). Pamela’s touching story and direction coupled with strong performances by Ben and Sarah will keep you glued to your computer screens.
The film opens with sweeping images of the high plains of eastern Wyoming and ends with climactic shots among the granite formations of Veedauwoo.
You’re then led to a link on WLM Telvision (WLMTV) to watch a video news package of the day’s activities that started at the Cheyenne Civic Center and ended with hundreds of well-wishers at the state capitol building.
WCM and WLM caught up with the Governor, Secretary of State Max Maxfield and Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill. Reporters also talked with inauguration activity attendees from around Wyoming. Watch the video by clicking on the Wyoming Lifestyle Magazine logo.