“Downtown Miami is no longer an employment-only district where most people work during the day and leave at night,” Philippe Houdard, co-founder of Pipeline, tells GlobeSt.com. “People are now attracted to the area for its vibrancy and 24-7 culture. We designed the first Pipeline location with this in mind and created a work concept that represents the Miami of the future: creativity, innovation, and an entrepreneurial spirit.”
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Back-to-back weekend tech events in Miami next month.
The City of Miami Commissioners, in particular Commissioner Marc Sarnoff, has told us they will not be renewing
the lease at the Coconut Grove Convention Center where Burn Notice is based.
Commissioner Marc Sarnoff has plans to build a park on the property where the Convention Center is located.
This park is linked to a private condominium that is being built across the street from our site.
He has told the other Miami Commissioners that he “is ready to go” with the demolition process.
The cost to move Burn Notice to another stage and office location will be at least 1 million dollars and
will take the final season of Burn Notice out of the city of Miami and possibly the state of Florida.
This not will not only impact the cast and crew and the 150 jobs it supplies per day, but is sending a message to
the world that Miami is not a friendly film community.
I would like each and every one of us to write to commissioner Sarnoff at – email@example.com,
and let him know the impact this will place on your business revenue.
Directing film and television is like white-water rafting. It’s high-stakes, you commit every resource, stretch yourself to the limit. For most directors, the excitement they feel about a new projects tightens into anxiety when it comes to working with actors.
This course is about establishing deep and creative collaborations with your actors, getting the most out of rehearsals, troubleshooting poor performances and giving clear, effective directions. We will discuss what constitues a good performance, what the actors want from a director, common mistakes of directors, analyzing a script together with your actors, what makes actors tick and the two most important relationships on set: actor with actor and actor with director.
LIMITED SPACE – ONLY 12 DIRECTORS!
Dates: June 6th to June 27th
Wednesday’s from 7pm – 10pm.
1. Week one: Directors Act:
Directors learn acting techniques and the understanding of the craft. They learn the four steps to rehearse and prepare any scene successfully. They will act an example scene and learn about how to motivate actors.
2. Week two: Result-oriented direction and quick fixes:
Invited actors will need to be directed. We will give each director the topic and they need to create a scene on the spot directing their actors. (Directors bring one of their own scenes, create a scene on the spot or are given a scene to direct with their actors)
3. Week three – Script Analysis and Rehearsals:
The directors pick their actors from the pool of talent at the Miami Acting Studio and work together on analyzing their short film script, will rehearse scene together on stage.
4. Week four: Rehearsals and Final Scene Performance:
The directors had time to prepare the scene in depth and now present their directing work in front of the camera. All directors will shoot and direct their scenes. We will provide camera and equipment.
Are you actors overacting? Are they NOT DOING what you tell them? How do you fix it right on the spot?
Accomplished director and acting coach Ralph Kinnard will share his 4 proven steps to Rehears with your Actors which will gurantee you a good scene.
You will learn techniques and methods that will save you under pressure and will ensure that you get the best performance out of your actors.
If you are interested and have not been in acting class before, now is the time. We invite you to attend a FREE class.
RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org / 786.715.20.49
Planet Fashion TV Announces The Debut Of “Fashion School” produced by Istituto Marangoni.
Planet Fashion TV has made a mission out of discovering the hottest new designers globally. Now they
will be showing some emerging design students from the legendary Istituto Marangoni fashion school in
Italy . Planet Fashion TV, which can be seen internationally in 8 countries will begin broadcasting for the
first time in North America and Asia, the TV program “Fashion School” in April 2012.
“Fashion School “ will be broadcast in entirety on the Planet Fashion TV online channel. Fashion School
follows the real life development of talented students during a year at Istituto Marangoni, and the
challenges that it takes to realize their dreams of becoming fashion designers.
About Istituto Marangoni:
Founded in 1935, Istituto Marangoni is regarded as one of the most prestigious design schools in the
world. With campuses in Milan, London and Paris, the school attracts a melting pot of students from
over 90 different countries. The list of Istituto Marangoni graduates reads like a Who’s Who of fashion
and includes design stars Domenico Dolce and Franco Moschino.
About Planet FashionTV:
Planet Fashion TV is a TV Show and an online news/video portal. It’s beautifully shot in HD and targets
an international & culturally astute demographic. PFTV is known for covering brands, products and
designers that are trending and covering the hottest runways shows from around the world and luxury
lifestyle. For more on Planet FashionTV please visit: www.planetfashiontv.com
PRESS RELEASE: Contact: Celia Evans (305) 785-2789 or email@example.com
Virginia Alexander, Planet Fashion TV Brand Relations Manager
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Asia, Fashion Design