PSU Theater Program seeks a Student Filmmaker!

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The Theater Program in Portland State’s School of Theater and Film is seeking a production student to produce a brief promotional video for the program. The student may register for up to four credit hours of Independent Study credit, which will count toward the student’s major.

Interested parties should contact Theater professor Karin Magaldi at magaldk@pdx.edu.

Don’t miss the Portland State Film newsletter!

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If you have not seen the new montly eNewsletter that went out October 15, check your pdx.edu account for it. It has the latest news about events, classes, faculty, graduates, and students in the program. Look for it on a monthly basis this year.

Schedule of Courses for Winter 2015 is online October 27!

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Registration for Winter 2015 course

The Schedule of Courses for Winter 2015 is online on October 27. Don’t forget to plan your schedule and register during your registration window for Priority Registration, which starts the week of November 10. You don’t want to be left out in the cold!

Schedule of Courses:

http://www.sa.pdx.edu/soc/

Registration Window Schedule:

http://www.pdx.edu/registration/calendar#/?filter=priorityregistration&section=winter2015

Free Screening of Prof. Morrow’s Musical on Monday!

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On Monday, as part of Portland State of Mind, Portland State Film and the Portland State Alumni Association present a free screening of PSU Film professor Dustin Morrow’s award-winning musical “Everything Went Down”. The film has won five “Best Film” awards at festivals across the country, was the subject of a TED Talk, and was licensed for distribution by Hulu and Comcast.

Prof. Morrow will be on hand to introduce the film and do a Q&A afterward.

6:00-7:30pm in the Studio Theater of Lincoln Hall, free and open to the public.

Camera Operators Needed at OPB

Scott LaPlante
National Trustee, NW Chapter
Former News Operations Manager KING-TV and KIRO-TV, Seattle
 
I am inquiring about the possibility of some technical support from Portland State University film students for a webcast NATAS is producing at Oregon Public Broadcasting on October 22nd from 6-8:30pm.
The Next Generation of Media Ratings and Demographics http://www.natasnw.org/RokNewsFlash/webcast.html program, will be a four camera, Live interactive webcast and will be available nation-wide.
 
I am still looking for two camera operators and an audio operator to complete my production crew. I am hoping you can help by checking with your film students who may be looking for internship credit, some work experience or good industry contacts, for helping with this production. I would like to have them at OPB at 4:00pm on October 22nd for a technical run-through and production meeting. They would be done no later than 8pm.
 
Contact:
Scott LaPlante