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 11 
 on: November 07, 2007, 11:53:21 AM 
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After months of development, we have integrated the new Crew-List Manager.

This required restructuring the Departments and Job Classifications and assign a Budgeting number code to each. This replaces the Alphabetical System that was previously attached to the Departments. These codes do not appear in the output pages, but we left them in the Profile Editor Dropdown Lists to assist in locating a job within any particular Department.

This also helps to align the Departments and Job Classifications in the proper order according to Industry Standards.

What this New Tool does, is allow any member to maintain a separate crew list and assign it's members to any Department or Job Assignment they desire.

The final output is an Industry Standard Cast and Crew List which can be printed from your browser.

You may upload a Company Logo, to the Header and include the usual Production related information or what ever contact information you like.

You don't have to be a POC to use this feature.

Why not use the system to keep a list of Contacts you would like to keep abreast of.

Maybe it's a list of others in your Job Classification you'd like to Network with, to share information about your craft. Or perhaps it's a list of potential members you would like to pitch yourself to.

Whatever your use, we know that this new feature will be a valuable tool for you to take advantage of. SRC="http://industrycentral.net/crew-list/discus/clipart/lee1.gif">

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 on: November 07, 2007, 11:43:03 AM 
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We have decided to allow Crew-List Members to upload an image on the Crew-List server without charge because we appreciate the value of our users being able to see who they are dealing with. This is especially important for On-Camera Talent of course.

We must however impose a strict limit on both file sizes and image dimensions for a variety of reasons.

The data size limit is primarily to keep page load time at a minimum, and the dimension limits are to maintain uniformity on the pages.

You may upload a Headshot or other photo of yourself, or a Company Logo if you like but Banner Advertising is strictly forbidden!

Any images uploaded which we deem (in our discretion) to be promotional in nature will be removed, and the Member will be subject to possible removal and banning from the system.

Thank you for you cooperation in conforming to our Photo/Image Policies!

We have provided a complete discussion in the IndustryCentral Auctions+ service regarding Internet Images. To view this page Click Here.

 13 
 on: November 07, 2007, 11:34:52 AM 
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We truly hope you will find this forum useful!

Please feel free to make great use of the topics we have provided at the outset.

Anyone with an idea for additional topics for this forum should contact the Administrator.

 14 
 on: November 07, 2007, 11:26:15 AM 
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Q: How many Executive Producers does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: Executive Producers don't screw in a light bulb, they screw in a hot tub.

Q: How many Agents does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: Actually, agents will screw in just about anything.

Q: How many Studio Executives does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: We don't know. Light bulbs last longer than studio executives.

Q: How many actors does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: 100: One to do it and ninety-nine to say, "I could've done that."

Q: How many D.P.s does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: One. No, two. No... How many do we have on the truck?

Q: How many art directors does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: Does it have to be a light bulb? I've got this neat candle holder...

Q: How many editors does it take to change a light bulb?
A: If we change the light bulb, we'll have to change everything.

Q: How many P.A.s does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: Nine........one to do it and eight others to wish they'd been asked.

Q: How many P.A.s does it take to screw in a li...
A: Done!

Q: How many Development Executives does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: Two. One to take notes while the other screws it into the faucet.

Q: How many Screenwriters does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: The bulb's IN and it's staying IN!

Q: How many 1st A.D.s does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: Why the f--k are you asking me that question? Can't you see I'm busy!

Q: How many U.P.M.s does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: None! If you'd just make it a day exterior we wouldn't be screwing around with all these damn light bulbs!"

Q: How many casting directors does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: Well, if I really had to choose, there's this bulb, he's a little oversized for the socket but he burns really bright, or there's this little bulb, he is really energy efficient if you want to save time and money, or there's a fabulous bulb I just saw in a showcase, he has no name value whatsoever, but the design was to die for…

Q: How many extras does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: Is the light bulb S.A.G.? How did it get it's card? Did it know someone?

Q: How many casting directors does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: It doesn't matter--nobody wants to give them credit anyway.

Q: How many publicists does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: That is a total rumor. The light bulb has some very good friends, but at this time, is not interested in screwing.

Q: How many directors does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: One. The director holds the light bulb and the rest of the world revolves around him

Q: How many prop masters does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: Light bulb? Light bulb? The script doesn't mention any light bulbs!

Q: How many union electricians does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: Three. You got a problem with that?

 15 
 on: November 07, 2007, 11:24:36 AM 
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A direct message to you From Haskell Wexler
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Dear Fellow Crewmembers:

I am very excited about the news from the coalition supporting the tariff petition. This is a possibility. The Commerce Department accepted the petition on December 4th and have already sent the studios questionnaires to detail their production activities in Canada.I just want to clarify one misconception about this petition, it's goal is not to impose tariffs but to remove the subsidies. Removal of the subsidies would 'level the playing field', at no cost to the American taxpayer. If the Commerce Dept. decides to take the case, one of the first things they will do is bring the Canadians to the table to discuss whether or not the subsidies are legal, if they prove to be illegal, the Canadians can withdraw the subsidies. Should they refuse to do this, then and only then would a tariff be imposed.

I hope you will support this petition, we need our jobs back, the economy needs us working. Please download the petition from the website www.ftac.net, sign it, get all your friends who are involved in the film business to sign it and mail it back as soon as possible. Time is of the essence as the petitions have to be counted and sent to Washington. We can do this, you can do this, act now to save your jobs.

Sincerely.

Haskell Wexler


Film and Television Action Committee
ftac@ftac.net


Feel Free to call us at: 1-800-863-6134
Or Fax us at: 818-990-8672
Or write to us at:
11271 Ventura Blvd.
Studio City, California, U.S.A. 91604

 16 
 on: November 07, 2007, 11:22:48 AM 
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I would love to hear some ideas on how American Producers can be encouraged to keep US Productions in the States without totally destroying the Canadian Production Industry.

All too often we hear about projects with subject matter indigenous to a particular US city which are taken to Canada based on the financial incentives. Creative "adjustments" were required in order to "cheat" the obvious shortcomings of the locale.

 17 
 on: November 07, 2007, 11:20:31 AM 
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My client has the following grants that will be closing soon.

Our Writer/Researcher grant is for screenwriters or documentary/docudrama films that need a quiet place to focus on their scripts. We offer 4 to 6 weeks in New Zealand in a country cottage with your own RUV, TV, VCR and many of the comforts of home. See our web site for full details www.fromtheheartproductions.com/writing.html
This grant closes 9/30/02. Email caroleedean@att.net for any questions.

Our Editing grant closes on 10/15/02. You must be ready to edit your film on 2/17/03 at the Digital Media Avid Workship in Portland Oregon. You will have shared accommodations while editing your film. This grant is over $100,000 in final editing. Please see www.fromtheheartproductions.com for full instructions, application and guidelines.

Thank you for helping us find writers and documentary filmmakers. Carole Dean From the Heart Productions, Roy W. Dean film grants.

Peace and blessings,

Tory Jay Berger

Spiritual Publicity
"To create, forward and participate in work of spiritual content"

 18 
 on: November 07, 2007, 11:16:42 AM 
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We have an exciting opportunity for the right professionals. If you are in between projects and looking to gain experience, for example if you are a wardrobe assistant looking to have an opportunity as Head Wardrobe, consider joining the team at Turtle Bay. This is also a great opportunity for some retired folks willing to lend their expertise.

Turtle Bay Entertainment has optioned the rights to a Stephen King novella on the condition that the project be exhibited in a NOT FOR PROFIT manner. This translates to a SAG Limited Exhibition contract and we have high hopes to premiere at Cannes and do Sundance etc. 2005.

We have a great group and cast so far and are looking for you. E-mail us and let us know your experience. We have no budget for salaries, let's face it this is basically a student film done by professionals in the film biz on our own dimes, which are streched to the max! WE DO NOT HAVE ANY MONEY FROM STEPHEN KING-everyone asks this, we do however have the gift of bringing one of his best works to the screen.

No one including our actors, is making a dime but we will pay your expenses, give you lots of love, credit on a Stephen King film and feed you well.

Jay Sands
Producer-Gotham Cafe
Contact: TurtleBayEnt@aol.com

 19 
 on: November 07, 2007, 11:14:06 AM 
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Would you be interested in working on the project with the Sony HDW F900 24P Camera November 1-14?

We are seeking Interns to volunteer their time for production experience on the feature film entitled "Ronny Camaro and Seven Angry Women." Gain valuable crew experience on the camera of the future that George Lucas is using for Star Wars Episode 2.

Many positions are available. You will receive meals and credit for your work (No Pay). Respond by email if you are interested to susansoiree@home.com

Please send us your resume or list your experience.

• Assistant Director/line producer
• 2nd AD
• Script Supervisor
• Boom/sound
• 2 lighting
• makeup/hair
• 2 camera operators
• Props
• 2 PA's
• Directors of Photography
• Gaffers & Electricians
• Key Grips
• Production Coordinators
• Production Managers
• Second Assistant Directors

Thanks,

Susan Soares
Producer

 20 
 on: November 07, 2007, 11:12:45 AM 
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American Film Institute Master`s Thesis Film looking for:
Line Producer, AD, Production Manager, Location Manager.
We will shoot on 35 mm (7 days from the 15th of May 2001).
We will use this short for a Pilot for a TV Series. I will Pitch the President of Sony Pictures Family Entertainment Group on the 19th of March.
Contact:
Ildiko Minko
AFI Producer

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