By Devin D. O’Leary
Hero of Heroes
Prolific, self-published author Mark St. George is bringing his cinematic writing/
Short Girls or Girls Shorts?
Www.GirlsShorts.tv is a new website being launched locally by Nina Knapp and Angie Beauchamp of Verge Communications. GirlsShorts.tv is intended to be an online community featuring and promoting lesbian, bisexual and transgender short films, music videos, film trailers and more. This new Internet space seeks to bring worldwide exposure to professional, semiprofessional and amateur video content that is often limited to film festival screenings. Filmmakers are encouraged to post videos up to 35 minutes in length. All pay-per-view, pay-per-download or advertising income connected to the shorts will be split with the filmmakers. By subscribing to the GirlsShorts e-mail announcement list, you can be among the first to know about the GirlsShorts.tv launch schedule. Subscribers who sign up to the e-mail list before the official launch date will also receive a link to a free sneak-preview short film. Of course, if the endeavor proves successful, Knapp and Beauchamp are already planning on creating BoysShorts.tv.
The University ARTS Lab will host “Screenwriting: Above the Line,” an intensive workshop for writers, producers and directors on Friday, Jan. 26. The workshop will be led by Matthew McDuffie, professional screenwriter and instructor in the Dramatic Writing Program at UNM. Though the seminar will cover the fundamentals of storytelling, the focus will be on creating new work for the emerging New Mexico film market. Participants are encouraged to bring in any material they wish to develop. The workshop will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the ARTS Lab (131 Pine NE). The cost is $175 for the day, and lunch will be served. Contact Bayou Street Productions at Buzzblanco@comcast.net or call 265–2569 for more information and reservations.
NEWSLETTERS Great Alibi stories, events and deals delivered to your inbox each week. No fooling!
Selected Films from The Wisdom Archive at National Hispanic Cultural Center
Learn about Monica Sosaya, the "Grand Dame" of the annual Santa Fe Traditional Spanish Market.More Recommended Events ››