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Phonebanking for the CIFVF

Thursday, June 16 · 7:00pm – 9:00pm

Cup O’ Joe/MoJoe Lounge
627 S. Third St (German Village)
Columbus, OH

Bring your laptop, cell phone and your Kroger Plus keyfob tag and help us call folks so that they can tell Kroger to donate monies to the CIFVF. What’s that you say? http://www.chrisawards.org/kroger/

The CIFVF needs your help to sign up more folks. Bring your phonebook (if it isn’t in your phone/laptop) and help us by calling all your pals and getting them to sign up for the CIFVF with Kroger. It costs them nothing and the CIFVF gets paid. How cool is that? Free Cup O Joe gift certificates for the person who gets the most folks to sign up.

2011 GCAC Media Fellowship Program

The Columbus Film Council is pleased to announce that they have been chosen to administer the 2011 GCAC Media Fellowships. This program strengthens and enhances the support of local media artists in Franklin County. The call for applicants will commence in July of 2011, with final adjudication to be held in November 2011. The fellowship recipients will receive their fellowships at the Chris Awards Ceremony for the 59th Columbus International Film + Video Festival on November 19, 2011 at the Canzani Center at the Columbus College of Art & Design. The Columbus Film Council produces the Columbus International Film + Video Festival, the longest running film festival in the United States.

Digital Storytelling Workshop (in three parts)

Film Council Offices, upstairs
1021 E. Broad St (carriage house in the back)
Columbus, OH

Digital Storytelling Workshop Series

Do you have a personal story to tell? Or are you a non profit that does important work and want to spread the word? Learn how to create a short (3 minute or less) video. This 3 part series will teach you how to script, storyboard, shoot, create, and edit a short digital story.

May 28 1pm-5pm Session 1:
Preproduction-
Learn how to write and storyboard a short digital story. Decide what images to use and how to obtain/create them.

June 4 1pm-5pm Session 2:
Production-
Learn how to shoot video, scan still photos, record audio v/o for the digital story.

June 11 1pm-5pm Session 3:
Postproduction-
Learn how to use imovie to create and finish your digital stories.

This workshop meets on 3 successive Saturday afternoons. The finished works will be screened at ComFest in the Solar tent and posted on youtube. Participants must attend all three sessions. The total cost for all three sessions is $50. Scholarship spots are available to low income/unemployed folks sponsored by a Comfest grant (send requests to info@chrisawards.org ).

Please send a one or two paragraph “story” to info@chrisawards.org that you wish to tell as your workshop project when registering for this workshop series. A maximum of 10 people will be accepted for this series. Also bring any still photos, digital video, or other images that you might want to use on the first workshop day.

Parking is free in the Red Cross parking lot.

To register:
http://www.chrisawards.org/films/digital-storytelling-workshop-in-three-parts-052811-film-council-office-columbus-oh/

Kroger And The Columbus International Film + Video Festival

To those of you who have been kind enough to have signed up for the Film Council of Greater Columbus in the Kroger community rewards program, it is time to reup. I know it’s goofy but Kroger requires you to go back to their web site and choose us again (#80209). If you don’t remember how OR if you have never signed up go to http://www.chrisawards.org/kroger/
and do it!

It’s free and then Kroger gives us (the CIFVF aka FC) monies every time you shop! How cool is that?
Thanks.

Another Screening of GASLAND

Just in case you missed the first one, the CIFVF and the Sierra Club are bringing GASLAND to Studio 35 on April 19 at 7pm.

Fracking is coming to Ohio, learn all about it.

Studio 35 Theater
3055 Indianola Avenue
Columbus, OH

Followed by a discussion panel including Matt Trokan from the Sierra Club and other fracking experts.

Admission is only $5 (proceeds to Sierra Club and the CIFVF)