The BolderLife Festival announced that the stage play “The Last Waltz” will be produced for it’s October event in Denver.
The play by Alan O’Hashi was previously staged in Boulder at the Hitching Post Theater in 2011.
Download a copy of the play by clicking on the BolderLife logo.
Boulder Community Media (BCM) recently provided video production services to a non-profit Coloradoans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty at a presentation at Lowry in Denver. The event hosted by David Horsey featured local and national grassroots activists provide first hand testimonials to local community organizations and the public at large about why death penalty laws should be reformed.
Boulder Community Media (BCM) continues it’s non-profit production services. Crews are currently dispatched in Wyoming for filming in preparation of the Wyoming Governor’s Arts Awards which happens February 28th. The winners this year are sculptor Lupe Barajas of Cheyenne, art educator Bruce Richardson and rug weaver Norma Sturges both of Casper; dancer Babs Case and the band BarJ Wranglers of Jackson. BCM produces tribute videos for the winners. The event is hosted by Wyoming Governor Matt Mead. Here’s the tribute for Jalan Crossland, one of the winners in 2012.
Producer sought – Boulder Community Media provides time – sensitive video production for the Boulder International Film Festival February 13 – 16, 2014. Pre-production begins soon. Looking for:
– indie / creative / linear thinker
– people person (patience with high school and college students with little experience)
– Boulder based and / or reliable transport
– Detailed crew scheduling
– Lots of pressure
– Excellent Microsoft Office skills
– News / fast filmmaking / editing / social media skills
– Access to the stars (past Baldwin, Franco, Macy, Sheen, Fonda)
– Lots of movies, food
– Likely around $500.00 intern stipend
– largely volunteer, as most film festival work is.
Inquiries to yours truly – email resume and references who know about your abilities relative to this project. Women and minorities encouraged to respond. firstname.lastname@example.org
Boulder Community Media (BCM) is hosting the RealD 3D Salon at the Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) and seeking up to 6 teams of four or more cast and crew members. More teams may be added depending on demand. There is no entry fee, but teams must have a valid credit card and drivers’ license to secure the equipment that will checkout out to you for the week.
A 3D filmmaking workshop will be held on Saturday February 9 (Place TBD) from 10am to 2pm.
Participants will learn how to operate the GoPro 3D camera rigs and how to use the Cineform 3D editing software and how it interfaces with 2D editing programs.After the class, teams will have a week to finish their 7-minute 3D movies which will be screened at the BIFF on Saturday night 7pm February 16th through a RealD projection system onto the silver screen.
The filmmakers will participate in a panel along with representatives from RealD and each filmmaking team who will be on hand to discuss their technologies and projects.
The Hitching Post Theater happens tonight November 13th at the Nomad Theater in North Boulder.
Five writers have three hours to write a short stage play around two actors selected at random.
The plays are handed to a director and the actors who have until 5:30pm to rehearse before the first performance at 6:30pm and the second at 8:00pm. Click on the Hitching Post logo to find out more from the facebook page.
Alan O’Hashi was one of the writers for this month. You can check out his work by opening the link to The Last Waltz. He had the challenge of writing for an actor with laryngitis which is reflected in the no-dialogue play.
The Shoot Out BoulderTh asks filmmakers to trust their courage, imagination and determination by making a 7-minute film in just 24 hours. The challenge and skill involved becomes evident with the list of required technical, material, and timing ‘rules.’
Each film can be no longer than 7 minutes in length (including credits) and must be edited in-camera and returned to the event organizers no later than 24 hours after the start of the event.
All films must include 5 of the eleven items announced at the start of the event in “The Brief.” All films are judged to come up with the Top 10 Films for the Gala Screening Event at the Nomad Theater in North Boulder on Sunday afternoon.
Click on the image to check out The Shoot Out webpage!
“SAWAGI! Raising a Ruckus for Japan,” a silent auction and original musical drama performance will generate funds to send clean drinking water from Boulder to Japan’s earthquake victims. ANYONE can participate from ANYWHERE, sending water and a message of inspirational hope, boosting the morale of the victims, as well as citizens throughout Japan.
SAWAGI! (rhymes with “a froggy!”) will be presented at 5:30 pm, Tuesday, April 26…, at Naropa University, Nalanda Events Center, Boulder, Colorado. Suggested donations for tickets are $35/$20 Students. You can attend in spirit by not drinking bottled water for a month and donating the money saved (or some ideal amount) to the cause! Auction items and more information can be found at www.naropa.edu/japanbenefit/.
Fundraising efforts for the event include ticket sales, a live silent auction and benefactor sponsorships and donations. With a fund-raising goal of $100,000, donations will are being solicited both locally and nationally. 100% of the net proceeds will go to purchase and deliver desperately needed clean water to Japan’s earthquake victims. The event will include volunteer performances by prominent Boulder artists, including the bands Shrefé (Greek/Balkan) and Ginga (Brazilian), Ty Burhoe (tablas), Yoko Hiraoka (Japanese strings and voice) and others in an original musical drama created along the lines of Japan’s classical Noh Theater by international shakuhachi master Kansuke II (David Wheeler) and co-directed by international actor/director Ami Dayan.
The event begins at 630pm with music and he plays begin at 7pm. Five writers are challenged with writing a story from 830am to 1230pm. The plays are handed off to five directors and two actors per play for five hours of rehearsal before the plays are presented at 7pm.
Alan O’Hashi was one of the March playwrights. Check out his work entitled “PRT Woman” which was inspired by Michael Conti by clicking on the Hitching Post Theater snapshots.