Archive for the ‘Video’ Category
The Magnet Theater’s Video Lab is pleased to announce a new 10-week program open to beginning filmmakers, as well as those with some (or lots of) experience in the field. Fill in your knowledge gaps or start from the beginning.
Learn the skills necessary to produce comedy shorts with hands-on guidance from current Video Lab members:
- Expand skills by shadowing experienced filmmakers
- Try your hand at various production roles including camera, lighting, audio, pre production, editing and more
- Gain production experience & video credits
- See your work on the Magnet Theater big screen as well as online!
This 10-week session is a prerequisite for applying to the Magnet Video Lab program. Program begins Saturdays in mid-October. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Be part of the next generation of comedy video creators! FLICK is a monthly screening of filmed sketch and comedy produced by the best short filmmakers in the New York metro area. The show features new short videos each month, so submit your work early and often. After each month’s screening, a panel of Magnet faculty and staff will select the very best videos to be featured on the Magnet website for the following month. Make a splash! Get visibility for your creative content and meet future collaborators for the development of your work!
Here’s a recent winner:
Want to submit? Read on after the jump.
The Mantzoukas Brothers (Jason Mantzoukas and Ed Herbstman) made a short film that will premiere at this year’s Friars Club Comedy Film Festival.
Their film, ‘Ashley’, premieres tomorrow night, Friday October 14th night at 9pm at Chelsea Clearview Cinemas on 23rd street.
The Interview featuring Willy Appelman, Russ Armstrong, Laura Grey and Kevin Cragg. Special thanks to the crew Riley Fields, Tom Capps & Reed Tereski.
This month’s featured Flick Video! Revenge Italiano Actress/Comedienne Lucia Brizzi finds herself with a less-than-satisfactory local theater review. So she lives, learns and deals with it, the I-talian way.Featuring Jon Bander, Lucia Brizzi, Kelly Kreye and Mike Toro. Part of the Magnet Theater’s FLICK Showcase!
A screening and short Q & A session with the members of the Magnet Theater Digital Media Engine that wrote, shot, directed, edited, and produced the BEST PICTURE at the 2011 New York City 48 Hour Film Project.
Members include George Gross, Jon Bander, Mike Bell, Steph Garcia, Danielle Tolley, and Sean Taylor.
Members of the Magnet Digital Media Engine at the Best of 48 Hour Film Festival – NYC. Their film “NANNY CAM” won Best Sound Design, Best Editing, Best Cinematography, Audience Favorite and BEST PICTURE! Congrats Sean Taylor, Mike Bell, Danielle Tolley, Steph Garcia, George Gross, Jon Bander!