Thursday, October 2, 2008

kimberlee is looking for help on a production

Kimberlee from class requested I post this regarding help with a production she's involved with


Back in December of 2007 a non-profit organization came to the school and asked for help on there production. The 3-D project is called REPROGRAMMED....it is an action adventure about robots (society) and targeted for a younger audience. Being an non-profit they already have sponsors...however we are going for ABC! We are in collaboration with many instructors at the academy and Chris Armstrong to get this production up to television standards.

Possibly the most exciting news is that Reprogrammed is well on its way to being converted into HD High Definition 1080! We are also encouraging everyone to invite people they know to gain experience and knowledge working on a real production for television (all departments). Every volunteer will gain professional experience working collaboratively with others, and will be allowed to use the shot they've worked on in their demo reel, and possibly a letter of Recommendation for your future job. Reprogrammed has already been recognized as a special project at the Academy of Art, and a few students have already gotten jobs. We were excited to give a professional reference for one student already! This is an opportunity that everyone should be a part of and you will not want to miss!

We will be meeting up again on Monday nights at 7pm on the 3rd floor of the 180 New Montgomery Building. Our classroom has been moved to the Weta Lab.

If you are interested please attended a meeting on Monday night and bring some examples of your work with you...a demo reel (if you have it) is preferred. If you can not come in on a Monday you can e-mail us.

If you are an online student, you can still help with the project as we have SEVERAL online students working hard on this production!


Best Always and Thanks Again,
-Director
Brandon Chappell
themysticgraphic@aol.com
-Assistant Director
Kimberlee Lawless
klawles@cmail.com

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