Share your video creations

  • June 27, 2009 · 7:00 PM
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Meetup June 27th and 28th

Show your Creations

Hello Everyone.

As you know this coming 27th and 28th we’ll be showcasing your work in our studio. Both filmmakers and photographers are invited to submit their work for inclusion in the show. Each photographer / filmmaker will also be given the opportunity to discuss their work briefly. The idea behind this show is to allow you to show your work to others with an appreciation for the medium. It also allows others to engage in your work, ask questions, be inspired and possibly collaborate with you on future projects. The rules for the show are very simple.

1. You NEED to RSVP
for the event if you plan on coming. The studio has very limited seating so we need to know exactly who will be in attendance. There are two dates you can sign up for

- Saturday June 27th at 7pm
or
-Sunday June 28th at 7pm

Please RSVP through Meetup if you plan on coming. We can only fit 50 people / show. You don’t need to submit work to attend the show. You can just come by to look at the work. However, we do need enough content for at least a couple of hours of entertainment…. so… don’t be shy! Submit your work if you have some. 2. The show will take place from 7- 9 or 10 if we need the extra time. The building has no public access so we will have someone downstairs letting people in from 6:45 – 7:15. After that time, we’ll have to shut the door so we can start the show.

3. Filmmakers are allowed to submit 1 film that ranges in length from 1 minute to 10 minutes. No films over 10 minutes will be accepted. Photographers should submit up to 5 photographs for display. Each photographer will be given roughly 3 minutes to show / discuss their work. If you would just like to discuss 1 or 2 photographs during this time, that is fine as well. Because we’re trying to show a lot of work, we need to minimize the amount of work each artist can show. Otherwise, we’ll end up showcasing artists work to a non existent crowd at 2 in the morning. So I kindly ask you to respect the need to present your work in this short time frame. Hopefully there will be time afterwards where you can engage in particular people and their work after we finish showing everyone’s work. 4. How to submit your work? We will be showcasing the photographs and films through a projector so we will need digital versions of the files. We have set up a private online community for this event where you’ll be able to submit your work. We will only show your work if you submit through this forum. Showing up with digital files on the day of the show or, or sending links to your work to our inbox will not be accepted. Photographers: To submit your work go to:

http://www.romanticch...

1. Click on “register” and sign up for an account.
2. Login
3. Under “events’ click on “Meetups”
4. Click on the Meetup date that you plan to attend (the 27th or 28th)
5. Click “post reply”
6. In the body of the post type your name.
7. Scroll down the page a little until you see an “upload attachment” tab. Click that tab.
8. Click “browse” to find the file you want to submit.
9. Once you’ve found your file, click on “add the file”. It’s important that you click that button to upload the image. It may take some time to fully upload to the server.
10. Once the file has been uploaded click “submit”

Filmmakers: To submit your work go to: http://www.romanticch...

1. Click on “register” and sign up for an account.
2. Login
3. Under “events’ click on “Meetups”
4. Click on the meetup date that you plan to attend (the 27th or 28th)
5. Click “post reply”
6. In the body of the post type your name.
7. Because your files are larger than the photographers files you can either submit the link to your online film (YouTube, Vimeo etc) or to the download link from your server if the file is under 100 megs. We look forward to seeing you all, and seeing your work at the show. Sterling
Romantic Child Studios behind the scenes blog.
http://www.romanticch...

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Great group of talented individuals who seemed passionate about their chosen crafts. I enjoyed see other people's work through their perspectives. It's always helpful to share energy from like minded, supportive artists. Sterling has done a sterling job of hosting and organizing the presentations. Looking forward to the next event.

    June 28, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    It was a great chance to meet people interested in film/photography.

    June 28, 2009

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We just grab a coffee and speak French. Some people have been coming every week for months... it creates a kind of warmth to the group.

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