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GMG EXCLUSIVE: RED SHED FILM FESTIVAL COMPLETE LINE UP OF FILMS AND FILMMAKERS ~ DON’T MISS THIS FANTASTIC EVENT!!!
For more information on Motif No.1 Day and the Red Shed Film Festival see Sarah Kelly’s post from earlier today: Motif NO.1 Day is Gonna Be Amazing
Films are listed in the order of showtimes:
Calling All Chefs, Nubar Alexanian, Walker Creek Media
Vincent in the Present, Henry Ferrini
A Flight of Monarchs, Kim Smith
Hugh Verrier: Portrait of an Artist, Ben Gadberry
Toby MacNutt: Body of Work, Ashley DeLucco & Elizabeth Rossano, Vermont Community Access Media
Candles in Paradise, Rob Azevedo
That Asian, Akiyo Nishiyima
Stillwater, Jon Halverson
Whiskey Boys, Justin Plasse, Sensorium Pictures
Monsura is Waiting, Kevin Newbury & Matthew Principe, Principe Dynamics
Here And Now, Julian Higgins, Innerlight Films and Cinelicious
The Waiting Room, Jaret Sears
Sailing & Art, Christine Schmitthenner
Greenheads, Gordon Baird
Bless It, Michael Kelly, Trust The Vibe
The Granite Stoke, Ryan Scura & Dylan Ladds
Life by Lobster, Iain McCray Martin
This Perfect Place, Paul Van Ness and Kristina Lindborg
The Red Shed Film Festival is part of the Motif No. 1 Day Rockport Arts Festival. Screenings will be held at the Peggy Brenner Room, Rockport Public Library, at 17 School Street.
Featuring brief interviews with GMG’s Sarah Kelly, The Nutty Redhead, Aster B. Flowers, and Chef Matt Beach, to only name several!
Got a great video here, done by Cape Ann TV interns Henry Cooper (Camera
Operator and Editor) and Lexi Bird (Host), full coverage of the
Cyclorcross Gran Prix Gloucester 2014
Come along for a ride with Lexi Bird to find out what makes Gloucester’s
Cyclocross Grand Prix one of the best biking events in the USA.
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Marty Luster, James Eaves, Lisa Griffiths (That Nutty Redhead), John Grant, Kathy Chapman, and Charlie Caroll were just some of the guests attending Henry’s well-presented tutorial. Henry comes from a background of using Final Cut, Avid, and Adobe, which made his take especially informative and interesting on the (mostly) pros of using Adobe Premiere.
I’d love to hear from our readers on their experience with different editing programs, and why they chose the system they most frequently work with.
Motif No. 1 Day from Henry Cooper
Cape Ann TV Announces It’s Next Lunch & Learn Event
Getting Started with Adobe Premiere
Adobe Premiere Basics taught by Cape Ann TV’s Henry Cooper
(Gloucester, MA)– Cape Ann TV (www.capeanntv.org), a regional non-profit local access television station that serves all of Cape Ann, is pleased to announce the next learning experience in the popular “Lunch & Learn” series –Getting Started with Abode Premiere to be held on October 21, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. at Cape Ann TV (38 Blackburn Center, Gloucester MA 01930).
“The question of which editing platform to use is a common one,” said Erich Archer, Executive Director of Cape Ann TV. “Adobe Premiere has been generating a tremendous amount of interest recently and it’s time we open the hood and take a look.”
Here to guide us through the basics is Henry Cooper. Henry has a Graduate Certificate in Digital Video from Northeastern University and has worked as a Production Assistant with Rockport Music for 3 years. He has a wonderful and informative presentation to help us navigate through getting started with Adobe Premiere.
About Cape Ann TV: Cape Ann TV is a non-profit, member-based organization dedicated to the Cape Ann Community. Cape Ann TV is an important community resource that gives everyone a voice. We strive to produce programming and educational content for the community, by the community.
RSVP to: email@example.com
This event will fill up fast!
Lunch to be provided.
“Helium” is another highlight screened at the Red Shed Film Festival from local filmmaker Emile Doucette ~
To read more about the Red Shed Film Festival see previous posts on GMG:
The Red Shed Film Festival had a tremendous turnout Saturday night. Festival organizers Henry Cooper, Michael Kelly, and Phil Hopkins were there hosting the screenings, and did a fabulous job running the event. I had a wonderful time and plan to participate again next year. Dining al fresco under the cherry trees on Wally’s Bistrot’s super delicious barbeque and Twin Lights soda just added to the fun.
For the next few nights, I’ll post several of my favorite films screened at the festival. Some may have played previously on Good Morning Gloucester, but would be worth seeing again. I hope you enjoy them as much as did I!
The first film, To Hear the Music: The Opus 139 Project by Dennis Larson, is a nine-minute trailer to the larger project of the same name, and features our own Greg Bover!
The Opus 139 Project is an independent documentary film that tracks the progress of design and construction of a new pipe organ for Harvard University’s Memorial Church, built by the C.B. Fisk Pipe Organ Company of Gloucester, Massachusetts. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, find The Opus 139 Project on Facebook and become a fan!
Rockport Festivals produced The Red Shed Film Festival as part of Motif No.1 Day in association with Granite Vision Video Production.
The Red Shed Film Festival Team:
Production: Henry Cooper, Michael Kelly, Sarah Kelly, and Phil Hopkins,
Graphics: Darren Mason and Kylie Alexander
The GMG post looks awesome, thanks for tagging Granite Visions in it. Granite Visions is a video production project between my friend Michael Kelly and myself. We have a few videos on our youtube channel: www.youtube.com/granitevisions. We’re working on a website.
One of our latest projects is a really great looking interview and 2 music videos featuring Cape Ann singer/songwriter Marina Evans. Any way we could get these on GMG?
Hi Henry, I posted Unbound and provided the link so readers can check out your YouTube channel here. Best wishes with your new website!