Thanks to all who contributed to "The Art Lovers" this weekend for the 48 Hour Film Project. To the writers who fought the deadline and submitted scripts Friday night; to Eoin Carney and "the 3rd Street Pool' for the screenplay; to Director Jim Helfrich, DP Ian Altenbaugh, our hard-working crew and production staff, the talented actors, our patient and most accommodating host, Phil Salvato, Judge Bob for the great food and all who supported us. Our film will show as part of Screening Group "D" at the Hollywood Theater in Dormont at 1:00 pm next Sunday, July 20. Thanks and break a leg!
Dear CSW friends,
The Carnegie Screenwriters will once again be competing in the 48 Hour Film Project - Pittsburgh.
The kickoff is Friday, July 11 from 6:00 - 7:00 at Chatham University. Team representatives will pick genres from a hat.
Then all of the teams are assigned the same 3 elements that must be included in the film: prop, character and a line of dialogue. Writing will take place Friday evening.
Filming will be all day Saturday at the 3rd Street Gallery in Carnegie. Completed films have to be dropped off at Chatham by 7:30 pm on Sunday, July 13. The films will be screened July 18-20 at the Hollywood Theater in Dormont.
Carnegie Screenwriters meeting Saturday, June 21 from 10 am to 12:30 pm Mt. Lebanon Library All are welcome to attend. Bring scripts/scenes to read and discuss Ideas to pitch 48 Hour Film Project July 11-13
CASTING CALL The Carnegie Screenwriters are auditioning actors for "Silent Tales" a documentary to shoot in the Dravosburg and Elizabeth areas (Mon Valley) in late June and/or early July. Mostly weekends. Dates yet to be determined. Actors needed to portray real life as well as fictional characters. Background extras needed as well. Non-union; no pay Food, DVD and credit. Please submit photo and resume to email@example.com
Needed: Men, women and children of various ages Characters: John Risher (real life character) -- one of the founders of Dravosburg; late 50's- early 70's; clean-shaven; distinguished looking; our "Narrator"; lots of time on camera as well as voice-over narration Jabez Griffiths (real life character) -- young Civil War Union soldier; late teens to early 20's; helped carry President Lincoln's body from Ford's Theatre the night of the assassination Edward Pigford (real life character) -- late 50's - early 70's; a survivor of the Battle of Little Big Horn; a colorful character and a storyteller; he recounts the events of the battle that became known as Custer's Last Stand; Pigford was assigned to Maj. Reno's squad and thus survived the battle Charles Oliver (real life character) -- a Union soldier who won the Medal of Honor in the Civil War; can be portrayed in his 20's to later in life Daniel Entler (real life character) -- a Confederate soldier who is buried in Dravosburg but remained loyal to the South his whole life; can be portrayed in his 20's to later in life Emily - 20's-30's; a grieving mother whose family is wiped out by the flu epidemic of 1918 A Sergeant -- 30's-60's; present at Ford's Theatre when Lincoln is shot; gives orders to Jabez Griffiths and other soldiers Union soldiers (no dialogue) Bartender (no dialogue Bar patrons (no dialogue) Male driver -- 40's-50 (no dialogue) Women - any age to dress in late 1800's clothes (no dialogue) Young Girl -- 5-10 years old (no dialogue) Children -- 6-10 years old (boys and girls to dance in a circle and sing a "Ring Around the Rosie" type song
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THIRD ON THIRD LOCAL ACTORS READ LOCAL WRITERS The Carnegie Screenwriters and Carnegie Arts Initiative present another 3rd on 3rd evening of seated readings,
Monday, May 19 @ 7:00 pm "Ted & Marge" and "Adverse Reaction" by Beth Rohach "The Cat Lady" by Christopher Scott Wyatt
Free parking on street and at the lot across the street 3rd Street Gallery 220 3rd Street at the corner of 3rd St. and 3rd Ave., Carnegie, PA 15106 Open to the public Admission: suggested donation of $5.00 Refreshments served