Join the Missouri Film Office, along with the Missouri Motion Media Association, for the Fifth Annual Missouri Meet Up! This gathering, like the ones before it, will be a great opportunity to hear from Jerry Jones and Andrea Sporcic on the latest news from Missouri as well as reconnecting with your friends and peers in the industry.
What: 5th Annual Missouri Film Meet Up
When: Thursday April 15th, 7-10 pm
Where: The Parlor in Santa Monica
1519 Wilshire Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA 90403
Who: Friends of the Missouri Film industry
There will be drink specials, appetizers and prize give-aways. Here’s how to get there!
Please RSVP to Andrea@MOfilm.org or by calling 573-522-1288
Join the Missouri Black Caucus and the Missouri Film Office as they celebrate Black History Month with “A Celebration of Cinema Classics”. The first film is “Rosewood“, the story of a black town in Florida that was burned to the ground in 1923, its people murdered because of a lie. Some escaped and survived because of the courage and compassion of a few extraordinary people. This flm is for them.
What: Screening of “Rosewood”
When: Wednesday February 17th, 7:00 pm
Where: Missouri Capitol Rotunda, Missouri State Capitol Building
Prior to the screening, beginning at 6:30 pm, The Seeds of Success: The Legacy of George Washington Carver will be shown.
Download the Flyer2010 Cinema Classics Rosewood Flyer
The 48 Hour Film Project returns to St Louis in 2010! We’ll be back on June 4-6 with the most exciting 48 filmmaking hours of your life! Keep an eye out here for the start of registration.
In the meantime, we have a lot of cool things coming up. Including, a chance to:
1. Vote your least favorite genre “Off the Island!”
2. Make a 48HFP Music Video – no time limit!
3. Attend our end of the year extravaganza – Filmapalooza in Vegas!
YOUR VOTE COUNTS!
Take this short, and I mean really short survey, to help us decide the official genres this year. Tell us which to keep and which to get rid of in 2010. (A note to you lovers and haters of our beloved “Musical/Western”… it’s not going anywhere, so vote for something else to get rid of or keep.) This is also your chance to make suggestions for the required Character/Prop/Line of Dialogue for cities throughout the world, so put those thinking caps on!
MAKE A MUSIC VIDEO!
That’s right… here’s your chance to take a little more time to make your masterpiece 48HFP film. Make a Music Video to “You Have 48 Hours” by Bill Briare. We invite you to make a music video — in whole or in part — and weâ€™ll mix the submissions together for the best music video ever and post it on our website and on YouTube.
The deadline for submissions is February 28th, so don’t miss out. For more info, visit the website!
ATTEND FILMAPALOOZA in VEGAS!
We’ll be in Vegas to celebrate the fantastic 48HFP filmmaking of 2009 and we hope you’ll join us. Filmapalooza is April 10-12 at the NAB Show. We’ll screen all the 2009 City Winning Films, the winning
Showdown and National Film Challenge films, network with filmmakers from around the world and party like it’s 2010.
Registration for Filmapalooza is only $25… AND it includes access to the NAB Show Floor for free! Click here to register:
We hope you’ll take part in one or all of the above!
Director of Media Arts Programs
KDHX Independent Media
St. Louis, MO | Portland, OR
314.397.9740 | 503.493.4365
St. Louis 48 Hour Film Project