Now is the time to show your support for the truly independent films showing in Oklahoma next weekend
at the Bare Bones Script-2-Screen Film Festival Oct. 3-7, 2007 at Circle Cinema and Tulsa Community College-Metro Campus.
Open Casting Auditions-Saturday 10:00 am-Noon for upcoming indie productions. Extras, Speaking Roles, some are
for low pay, some are for credits and other perks. Contemporary and Western genres.
NO TICKET REQUIRED TO AUDITION.
Wednesday-Oct. 3rd-Movie-Biz Career Day at local schools. Join us as we reach out to our next generation of Screenwriters,
Filmmakers, Actors and Crew. Ages 10 and up.
Thursday-Oct. 4th-"Celebrating Youth" at Circle Cinema. The spotlight will be on our young filmmakers who are screening
their movies made in summer camp, Yeah! Older student films will also be shown followed by an award winning indie feature
"Whisper Island", a family-friendly film that won Best Cinematography at Bare Bones International Film Festival and winner
of Best Family Film Award at the Script-2-Screen Film Festival.
GREAT NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY-VIP Reception before & after movies.
LIVE MUSIC AT FESTIVAL for your enjoyment in the Fireplace Lounge-TCC
Friday-Oct. 5th- Script-2-Screen Screenwriting & Movie-Biz Conference kicks off at 3:00pm with award winning screenwriters
sharing the real nitty gritty of getting your movie idea turned into a script and getting your script produced as a movie.
The panel will be followed by a Roundtable discussion. Movies start at 7:00pm
Saturday-Oct. 6th- The Conference continues with workshops,panels and seminars at 11:00am at TCC-Metro Campus.
No fluff, just the facts from everyday filmmakers sharing their expertise. Come even if you don't have a film, a new
CD or Headshots, Meet & Greet. Hang around and get in one of our Live Screenplay readings. Pull out your cowboy
hat and be a lawman or an outlaw in "Maudie Hackler", story of the first female bounty hunter in Indian Territory (Oklahoma).
Stay late after the movie premieres for the afterparties. Got talent, share it at our OPEN MIC.
Sunday-Oct. 7th-Pull out your best duds and walk the red carpet, get your photo taken and root for your favorite movie,
filmmaker, or entertainer at our INDIEWOOD AWARDS GALA starting at 2:30 pm in the Philips Auditorium at TCC-Metro 9th &
Cincinnati in Tulsa.
You can get all the details on our website, www.script2screenfilmfestival.com
This is our 6th year in Tulsa and we want to meet you. We ask that you pass this info on to your
database as part of our grassroots marketing campaign.
Don't forget to download the $4 Discount Coupon for festival tickets.
CALL FOR ENTRIES
Bare Bones Script-2-Screen Independent Film Festival & Conference runs Oct. 3-7 in Tulsa,
Oklahoma. This marks the 6th year for this Screenwriter focused event.
The festival screens a variety of specially selected films from the Oklahoma Indie Film Community as well as additional
selections from across the country and around the world. All genres are welcome;
shorts to feature length. For more details and entry form, www.script2screenfilmfestival.com . The entry
deadline is July 31st. The late entry deadline is August 15th.
Movie-Biz Conference starts with a high school movie career-biz day on Wednesday, a locations tour that brings visiting filmmakers
to local indie studios and sound stages on Thursday and a plethora of seminars, panels, workshops and info-exchanges with
industry professionals in intimate settings, on Friday and Saturday. Topics range from Screenwriting to Acting, to Production,
through Distribution. This action-packed networking event tops off with a red
carpet photo walk and entertaining awards ceremony on Sunday afternoon.
Independent Film Festival takes a new direction this year by launching “On the Screen”, which allows the audience to vote online and in-person for the movies they want to see on the big screen
during the festival. A special judging team will be selected to review and vote
for the ‘Best of the Fest’ Awards. There will also be Juried Bonehead
Genre Awards, i.e. (Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Horror, Drama, Comedy, Animation, Documentary, Music Video, TV Pilots/Episodic Series,
Readings: Logline & Pitch, will be performed by local and visiting actors
with the writers directing the action. Special Judges will be selected to review
each reading and production pitch. The features category winner will have
the opportunity to have their movie developed (packaged) by Darkwood Film Arts Institute for possible production. The short script category winner will have the opportunity to have their
movie produced by the Shoot ‘n OK production team. (Production Agreement must be executed)
Tulsa is the perfect destination
for aspiring and experienced filmmakers from diverse backgrounds. The people,
the locations, the weather, all come together to make Tulsa a central hub for actors, screenwriters, producers, directors,
crew to all come together to make movies by any means necessary.
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