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Riding for Actors

Posted by on January 7, 2015 | Comments Off on Riding for Actors

Riding for Actors New Mexico OHI

Are you an actor who wants to put horseback riding on your résumé?

Learn how to be comfortable around horses at Riding for Actors: Grooming and Saddling Workshop with local instructor and fellow actor, Monique Mosher. In her introduction to horses workshop, you will learn how to groom, saddle, lead and tie your horse.

When: Saturday, January 31, 2014 – 11 am to 2 pm
Where: 14 Sylvia Ln, Corrales, NM 87048
Price: $50.00 which can be applied to her full 8 lesson package with video clip*.

Space is limited to 3 students per workshop. (Sign up NOW!)

Call 505-350-6798 to reserve your spot. Remember to wear jeans and boots. No tennis shoes. Bring sunscreen, a snack and water. Feel free to contact Monique with questions at 505-350-6798 -or- momosher@comcast.net.

Monique Mosher

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WORKING WITH DIALECTS WORKSHOP: Adding Character to Your Characters

Posted by on January 5, 2015 | Comments Off on WORKING WITH DIALECTS WORKSHOP: Adding Character to Your Characters

Orpheum Arts Space

STEVE CORONA (Actor/Dialect Coach DIG, MANHATTAN, THE LONE RANGER, LOVERANCH), & PRICE HALL (Acting Coach/Director of ARTISTS DIE BEST IN BLACK starring Malcolm McDowell & Luke Goss), offer one of the most Unique Opportunities for Gaining an edge in this competitive Industry of Show Business.

Become confident in your ability to pull accents from your actor’s toolbox on cue & book the role more often than those who can’t.

• Learn tips & tricks for gaining and using dialects effectively

• Learn to prepare an accent for an audition so that it doesn’t become the scene

• Learn how to incorporate dialects into your character development

• Become more valuable & marketable

WHEN: Jan. 31 & Feb. 1
10am-­‐5pm,

WHERE:
Orpheum Arts Space
500 2nd St. SW
Albuquerque, NM 871102

Cost: $250 Info & Registration: 713-201-1245; thenaturalact@gmail.com; thenaturalact.net

Seating is limited get your tickets here.

10% Off Early Bird registration by Jan. 14 & Free Refer a Friend Career/Craft Consult Be CompetitiveIncrease Your SkillsLeave An ImpressionStevePrice

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Are you a natural born Filmmaker? Shoot Santa Fe has the goods to set your ideas to light!

Posted by on November 14, 2013 | Comments Off on Are you a natural born Filmmaker? Shoot Santa Fe has the goods to set your ideas to light!

Shoot Santa Fe Pilot Project

Do you have an idea for a television pilot that would trump the final episode of Breaking Bad in the Nielsen Ratings?

If so, submissions are being accepted now for the Santa Fe Film Festival Pilot Project, sponsored by Shoot Santa Fe, which, if you win, can get you the resources needed to create either a 10 minute studio pitch or a 22 minute pilot (your choice) that will premiere at the 2014 Santa Fe Film Festival (May 1-4) AND on SFTV -Channel 28.

The guidelines are simple: Trailers should be 60-90 seconds long. Trailer and subsequent show must be shot in and around Santa Fe, and should help attract people to the State. Your show should be budget conscious with a strong enough story to build an on-going series. You must own all copyrights to the piece, and have all clearances in place to win.

Get your submissions in early (deadline is Nov 17), to be included in the “Future” Mix competition on November 21. Submitted trailers will be screened by the public during MIX, and the audience choice winner might receive $500, courtesy of MIX Santa Fe.

The final deadline for all entries is December 1st given away at the Tune Up event on December 7th.

The Grand Prize Winner will receive: $2500 from SHOOT Santa Fe, crew hours from IATSE Local 480, cameras, equipment and support services from Panavision, Plus goods and services from Elliot Location Equipment Rentals, Santa Fe Studios, Duke City Catering, and TM Equipment Rentals.

There is an entry fee of $25 ($15 for students) through November 17 and $50 ($25 for students) from November 18 until December 1. Submission forms may be found at santafefilmfestival. com.

NO LATE ENTRIES will be accepted and all entries MUST be sent via a digitized file to the SFFF Dropbox/nani@santafefilmfestival.com or on a thumb drive with a digital file to the SFFF office to 60 W. San Francisco St., Suite 307 during regular business hours.

For more information contact Nani 505-988-7414 x102 or nani@santafefilmfestival. com.

All proceeds benefit the Santa Fe Film Festival, a non-profit, 501 C3 organization.

Get Involved! Be a part of the 14th annual Santa Fe Film Festival, happening May 1-4, 2014! We are gathering Volunteers, Sponsors, and Presenters now. Contact SFFF to get involved. info@santafefilmfestival. com

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