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16 hours ago

Colorado Film School

ATTN STUDENTS
There are still openings in FVM 186 - THE HORROR FILM (CRN:21405 - Mondays 6:00pm to 9:40pm), available for the upcoming 2017 Fall Semester. Enroll Today!

This course will examine the origins and proliferation of that film genre known as horror. Often viewed as culturally and artistically inferior to other film genres, the horror film still remains one of the most popular film genres with audiences in the history of film.
Students should utilize this course as a part of their ongoing film education to understand the breadth and depth of the cinematic art form and understand how this art form operates as a living organ of culture.
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ATTN STUDENTS
There are still openings in FVM 186 - THE HORROR FILM (CRN:21405 - Mondays 6:00pm to 9:40pm), available for the upcoming 2017 Fall Semester. Enroll Today!

This course will examine the origins and proliferation of that film genre known as horror. Often viewed as culturally and artistically inferior to other film genres, the horror film still remains one of the most popular film genres with audiences in the history of film.
Students should utilize this course as a part of their ongoing film education to understand the breadth and depth of the cinematic art form and understand how this art form operates as a living organ of culture.

16 hours ago

Colorado Film School

ATTN STUDENTS
There are still openings in FVM 181 - ACTION FILMS (CRN:21693 - Tuesdays 6:00pm to 9:40pm), available for the upcoming 2017 Fall Semester. Enroll Today!

In this course, we will explore the origins of the American action film, the only film genre that is absolutely, completely American in origin—a genre the world associates directly with Hollywood and a genre we associate closely with ourselves. The action genre was born in the year 1971, and we will study it from its origins to the present day. We will study how this “popular” genre is actually rich in meaning and significance, despite what many laymen and scholars alike may think. We’ll go beyond the mere spectacle of the action genre to examine what makes it work and what makes it distinctive. Anyone interested in working in the genre or even knowing more about this fascinating and important classification of film will gain great insight into the form through this course.
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ATTN STUDENTS
There are still openings in FVM 181 - ACTION FILMS (CRN:21693 - Tuesdays 6:00pm to 9:40pm), available for the upcoming 2017 Fall Semester. Enroll Today!

In this course, we will explore the origins of the American action film, the only film genre that is absolutely, completely American in origin—a genre the world associates directly with Hollywood and a genre we associate closely with ourselves. The action genre was born in the year 1971, and we will study it from its origins to the present day. We will study how this “popular” genre is actually rich in meaning and significance, despite what many laymen and scholars alike may think. We’ll go beyond the mere spectacle of the action genre to examine what makes it work and what makes it distinctive. Anyone interested in working in the genre or even knowing more about this fascinating and important classification of film will gain great insight into the form through this course.

6 days ago

Heart Lockett

I'm looking to Volunteer as a Production Assistant if any projects need a hand this month! [go4lockett@gmail.com] ... See MoreSee Less

Come see us today at Denver ComicCon! We're hosting two panels today (12:30pm and 1:30pm) in room 504. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Colorado Film School

Blu-Ray copies of this Spring 2017 Student Show are available for purchase at the CFS front desk!
$10 per disc, and an additional $5 for mailing; contact Kevin Butcher via email at kevin.butcher@ccaurora.edu for details.
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Blu-Ray copies of this Spring 2017 Student Show are available for purchase at the CFS front desk!
$10 per disc, and an additional $5 for mailing; contact Kevin Butcher via email at kevin.butcher@ccaurora.edu for details.

2 months ago

Colorado Film School

Cultivating Creativity, which we produced for Colorado Creative Industries, is airing at 7:30pm tonight on Rocky Mountain PBS! Shot by CFS students, directed by Jim Tharp, co-directed by Aaron Koehler and edited by Matt Baxter, Cultivating Creativity documents the 2016 visit to the Denver area by National Endowment for the Arts Chairperson Jane Chu. It's a great look at the work the NEA supports and we hope you'll check it out!Cultivating Creativity, presented by Colorado Creative Industries will air on Colorado Public Television 12 at 9:26PM on April 26: Chairman of the National Endowment… ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Ushutup Productions

Hey guys check out my $200 budget sound kit using the Rode Videomic Go: www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhKDllbKrL8In this video I unbox and review my $200 audio set up that I use for filmmaking, vlogging and social media. I get pretty good quality audio with this setup s... ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

John Cff Tuppen

Colchester Film Festival 2017 is still open for early short film submissions until 1st June.

Shortlisted films will be judged and awarded by expert industry judges: screenwriter TOM WILLIAMS (Kajaki: The True Story, Chalet Girl), editor NICK EMERSON (Good Vibrations, Starred Up), director JANE GULL (Sunny Boy, My Feral Heart), and cinematographer ANNEMARIE LEAN-VERCOE (Wreckers, Honeytrap) in the categories of Best Screenplay, Editing, Cinematography, Directing and Best Film!

Submit your film now via FilmFreeway
filmfreeway.com/festival/ColchesterFilmFestival
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Colchester Film Festival 2017 is still open for early short film submissions until 1st June.

Shortlisted films will be judged and awarded by expert industry judges: screenwriter TOM WILLIAMS (Kajaki: The True Story, Chalet Girl), editor NICK EMERSON (Good Vibrations, Starred Up), director JANE GULL (Sunny Boy, My Feral Heart), and cinematographer ANNEMARIE LEAN-VERCOE (Wreckers, Honeytrap) in the categories of Best Screenplay, Editing, Cinematography, Directing and Best Film!

Submit your film now via FilmFreeway
https://filmfreeway.com/festival/ColchesterFilmFestival

2 months ago

Colorado Film School

Below are the interview links with the winners from our Spring 2017 Student Show. Thanks to Miranda L. Adamé for capturing these, Kat Bugarin for editing the footage, and Alec Lang and Shannon Malloy for conducting the interviews!

The Undercard:
vimeo.com/218161289

The Perfect Proposal:
vimeo.com/218161206

Last Words:
vimeo.com/218161199

Final Days in Saigon:
vimeo.com/218161189

Fed to Fire:
vimeo.com/218161182

Breathless:
vimeo.com/218161172

10 Letters:
vimeo.com/218161129

Priest of Burden:
vimeo.com/218162175

If Seen, Please Call:
vimeo.com/218162162

Pine Street
vimeo.com/218804798This is "Spring 2017 Student Show Interviews - The Undercard" by Colorado Film School on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
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Is there a link for my interview?

Is there a nice, easy, efficient way to find the BTS photos that were screened before the show? I hear I have a kind of maybe nice one that I'd like to add to my collection to set a new high bar

Thank you Alec, Shannon, Miranda, and Kat Bugarin! The interviews look great.

I didn't win anything, but I appreciate the clout-by-association!

2 months ago

Tyler Kennedy

Top Chef - Denver

We are looking for film school students to be Production Assistants while we are in Denver. We will be traveling to Tellurride, and Aspen where we will be traveling and putting up PAs (6/4 - 6/21) - if they 100% free those dates.

Wrap: 6/30/2017
Rate: 140/12.. Guaranteed. OT after 12 hours

I am looking to have people start as soon as tomorrow.

Please contact me if you are interested.

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Tyler Kennedy
Production Coordinator - Top Chef
912.601.7312
TylerMKennedy@yahoo.com
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