things to do for organisation
NEXT MEETINGS : THURSDAY 7th NOV 4:30PM Permanent set C117: Calarts institution
interdisceplanary grant!: KRISTOF
(Anybody good in writing proposals to help me?)
OBJECTS SCRIPTABLE SCENES
the power house is an event that will take place 5th-9th december in the permanent set c117 at calarts. its an exhibition /filmsproduction crossover and asks for work submissions in that context: pieces that can be objects of an exhibition and props of a set for a scripted scene at the same time.
Send proposals for a piece and/or a scripted context for it or a scene to email@example.com
Group meetings since September 2013
Preparations for the event: open call, micro-production meetings: the filmcrew, the script, the interruptions, the play etc.
31st OKT: decided on a structure and micro groups
7th NOV: application for interdisciplinary grant. Reservations for technical equipment. Micro groups have responsible commisioners. Jobs for participants.
14th NOV: Due script final version: start casting filmcrew
21st NOV: Due all proposals for pieces: production phase of pieces.
filmcrew put together: start casting actors: production phase working with actors
28th NOV: technical testruns: production phase second week
5th DEC – 9th DEC: THE POWER HOUSE in the permanent set (c117)
9th DEC – 13th DEC digitalizing of the footage: distribution to participants.
Winter break: personel footage reviews: communication over blog
16th JAN: start reviewing together
20th FEB: first edits: raw cuts due / working on the catalogue
end of MARCH: fine cut due: sound work and color. Organization of venue. Catalogue files due: preparations for print
End of APRIL: presentation of piece / catalogue published. (location and date still unclear)
reserve: monitors and projectors for the space : KRISTOF
talk to gordon about opening the edit suit for audience: KRISTOF
live feed of the two main entrance flatscreens: who to talk to in the school: VANESSA?
ideas for collaboration experiments
personas for the power house
ramzi: upload the soft space text.
link example scenes of television genres to the blog so we know what we are talking about: