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MARCH 2014 NEWSLETTER

Filed in Press Room by on March 2, 2014 • views: 545

MEET ARTIST JOHN SULLIVAN, ANDREW RAPO, and COMPANY

March art in the Gallery…..The Making of QUAHOG CORNER BEHIND THE SCENES!

Stop by the Media Center the Month of March and take a look!
John, Andrew and company will be happy to show you around!

Learning Lab series on the first Wednesday 4:30-6pm! Come in on March 5th
and learn Field Audio – Basic to Advanced!

The Cape Cod Community Media Center in collaboration with the Woods Hole Film Festival presents:

Movie Night at the Media Center: an Evening of Film

Movie Night at the Media Center: an Evening of Film: Northern Borders by Jay Craven. Starring Bruce Dern, taking place in Vermont. Wednesday March 12 from 6-9 pm

http://www.kingdomcounty.org/our_films/northern_borders.php

PLEASE GO TO OUR WEB SITE FOR ALL THE INFORMATION, or
Contact: JAY at 508-394-2388 ext. 103

Movie Night at the Media Center is a new collaboration with the Woods Hole Film Festival to help
bring independent film-making to the Cape year round and build on the summer Festival. Now in its 23rd year, the Woods Hole Film Festival supports the work of emerging independent filmmakers and collaborates with organizations Cape-wide to offer film programming. The Cape Cod Community Media Center collaboration with the Woods Hole Film Festival offers filmmakers and film fans the opportunity to expand the audience and outreach for independent film on Cape Cod.

We hope you will join us for this fantastic new collaboration!

This is the first in a new monthly series happening the second Wednesday of each month throughout the Winter, Spring, and Fall.

Join us after the screening until 9pm for some Q&A discussions along with an associate from the film. ***This Q&A discussion maybe be recorded for later broadcast on Channel 99 and YouTube.***

STUDIO NOTES AND TECH TIPS!
TECH TIPS
Tape…not cassette tape or videotape, but actual sticky tape! A few different types give a million and one different uses. Though a bit less expensive, everyone knows Duct tape will mend and hold almost anything together, but leaves a sticky residue and can ruin whatever you attach it to. Try cloth tape, such as Gaffers tape; leaves no residue, can be re-used, comes in many colors, and is used on most professional productions! Another is paper tape. Can be written on and comes off easy; a little stronger and better than masking or painters tape. If working with a person’s skin, reach for Moleskin (any drugstore), which is great when working with lavalier mics. So, ditch the DT and try some clothe or paper tape, your production will be better off!

Looking for Crew?
To help solve a continuous problem: “Looking for Crew?” GO TO OUR FACEBOOK PAGE and post there.

NEW WEBSITE…..Check it out! www.capemedia.org
For shows schedules go to
www.capemedia.org
and click on today’s schedule for further air times.
Classes!

Be a part of the Media Center with Basic Field Production course, Studio Production, and one on one tutoring available. Contact Jamie to sign-up or for more information.

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