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Attention Actors!

The Virginia Film Festival is calling all actors in the tri-state area to participate in the 9th Annual Adrenaline Film Project. In a matter of three fast-paced, jam-packed days, you could be cast into a role, star in a short film, and see yourself on the big screen in front of a sold-out audience in a nationally recognized film festival. It’s a great chance to start building your reel while working with up-and-coming local filmmakers, and to be seen by high-profile industry leaders who serve as guest mentors. Who knows, by Saturday night, you might just find yourself at the podium accepting the prestigious Best Actor Award!

If you are interested in acting for Adrenaline, please attend the Actor’s Meet and Greet on Tuesday, October 30th at 7:00 p.m. on the Main Lounge (3rd floor) in Newcomb Hall at the University of Virginia. RSVP and send any questions to adrenalinefilmproject@gmail.com. Actors should make themselves available for shooting from the afternoon of Thursday, November 1 until the morning of Saturday, November 3.

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The Charlottesville Chapter of the Virginia Production Alliance presents “How’d They Do That?! Visual FX!” with Jonah Tobias

Monday, May 7, 2012 
6:30pm-9:00pm
Program talk begins promptly at 7pm
416 E. Main Street, Suite 206 
Charlottesville ,VA 22902

About Jonah:
Jonah Tobias has been creating graphics and visual effects professionally for 11 years. His work is featured in Morgan Spurlock’s Academy Award nominated documentary Super Size Me. He created the intro graphics for TED conferences and TED Talks. More recently Jonah has created graphics for Dave Matthews Band, American Idol and Azerbaijan’s Olympic Bid. He has built several animated show packages and pilots for the PBS show Jean-michel Cousteau’s Ocean Adventures, FX Network’s 30 Days, Discovery Channel’s Forensics You Decide, and many others. He lives and works in Charlottesville.

–Space is limited. If you are a current VPA member, please reserve your seat now by emailing Vice Chair Amy Quick at vicechaircvpa@filmva.com.
–This event is free for VPA corporate members, $5 for VPA individual & student members or $30 for non-members.
–If you’d like to join VPA or renew your VPA membership, please register on-line at http://www.filmva.com/members/member-sign-up.html. Memberships are valid for one calendar year (January – December). After you join, you may reserve your CVPA event seat as stated above.

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Oscar-winning actress and Charlottesville-area resident Sissy Spacek has a new memor coming out in early May from Hyperion called “My Extraordinary Ordinary Life.” Until the book’s release, content yourself with watching Spacek when she appeared on “Inside the Actor’s Studio” with James Lipton.