Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Two new opps for indie filmmakers

Entries sought for Moviesauce

Organizers of the Moviesauce Film Festival are seeking entries for their features, shorts and Louisiana categories.

Last year’s festival was held at the LSUS University Center and featured about two dozen films from the United States and other countries.

Organizers Evan Falbaum and Hunter Carter are hoping to feature more local work through the Louisiana category. It is open to all styles of work from narrative, documentary, experiment to short. Filmmakers of all ages can submit work for consideration.

Moviesauce will be accepting submissions through mid-August. The festival is scheduled to take place in Shreveport on Dec. 28-29. This year's festival will likely take place and the newly constructed Robinson Film Center.

For more information, log on to www.moviesauce.org and click on the withoutabox.com submissions link. Falbaum can be reached at (318) 458-8980.

Short filmmakers need cast and crew

Two independent student filmmakers are working to fill a variety of cast and crew positions for their short film, "Plummet."

They are casting for two male roles ages 18 to 23. They also seek a make-up artist (with experience), wardrobe supervisor and production assistant, among other crew positions. As many as 80 extras will be needed.

Students from northwest Louisiana are encouraged to apply.

Contact filmmakers Chris Lyon and Luke Lee at plummet@perennialmedia.com or (318) 294-1143 to discussion compensation and get more information.

3 comments:

Chris said...

Alex, we aren't short. Luke is 6+ feet...

Alexandyr Kent said...

Everyone knows Luke wears lifts. It's time to expose him for the liar he is.

Chris said...

Lol