The application period for the 2013 CineSLAM Film Slam Seminars will end on January 31, 2013. The filmmakers chosen to be part of the program will be determined by February 1, 2013, and each participant will be notified at that time. A public announcement of the filmmakers participating in the 2013 program will follow. You must submit a short* film and be accepted to the CineSLAM Film Festival in Vermont (June 22, 2013) in order to be accepted to CID/CineSLAM Film slam workshops on board Pride of the Ocean. CineSLAM workshops are sponssored by the Center for Independent Documentary and our facilatator is Susi Walsh.
TO APPLY FOR THE CINESLAM FILM SLAM WORKSHOPS THAT TAKES PLACE ON PRIDE OF THE OCEAN CLICK “FILM SEMINARS” ABOVE IN THE NAVIGATION BAR!!
*short: if you are a documentary filmmaker making a feature length, you can submit a short trailer as your submission for the CineSLAM film festival in Vermont. We suggest no longer than 10minutes and no shorter than 5 minutes.
Again, To APPLY for the workshop and submit film click above on the navigation bar “film seminars”
the first group on Pride of the Ocean, 2010
June 30, 2012 Please join us at the Hooker-Dunham Theater and Gallery, 139 Main St, Brattleboro, VT at 6:15 (Repeat screening 8:15) for some great films including THE OLDEST LESBIAN IN THE WORLD!
July 1, 2012 Then two more sessions of films and a BBQ, Sunday at the Organ Barn, at 3pm in Guilford. For directions contact John Scagliotti firstname.lastname@example.org
To view CineSLAM’s film program click here.
If you would like to make a reservation and purchase a ticket (including the weekend pass for both days) click here
SEE YOU AT CINESLAM!
In honor of IN THE LIFE (the first LGBT variety show on public television), its creator and our Program Director, John Scagliotti, is showcasing two short films from IN THE LIFE producers Matt Paco and Todd Cross.
Still from Matt Paco’s CHANGING THE GAME
In the hyper-masculine world of sports, where star athletes like Kobe Bryant are caught uttering gay slurs on national TV and high school students like Jacob Garner are taunted daily for being for being gay, homophobia and athletics may seem forever intertwined. However, there’s a tidal wave of change on the rise, not only in sports by also in mainstream America.
Still from Todd Cross’s TRANSGENDER – THE PATH TO ONE’S IDENTITY
Attempts to define gender identity often fall short of grasping the complex nature of terms, experiences, and self-discovery. We look at three members of the trans community – Rob, Charlene and Rebecca – all willing to share their intimate journeys in order to bring all of us together with greater understanding and compassion.
Click here for show times, and the whole CineSLAM Film Festival program.
The official 2012 CineSLAM Film Festival program is now up! As always, we have an exciting line-up of short docs and narratives. Check out the program by clicking here.
Our screenings fill up fast! So be sure to reserve your ticket online by visiting our Audience Registration page. Click here to get started.
See you there!
Get Your POKER FACE on at CineSLAM 2012
Molly and Janet are best friends…and maybe more, but a girls’ night poker game leads to revealed secrets and a friendship called into question. POKER FACE is a story about trust, disclosure, and the assumptions people make as they open their hearts to each other.
www.nicegirlfilms.com It screens in the Organ Barn, Sunday, July 1st.
Our Festival Times and Places: Two screening times to choose from for Opening Night, June 30th, at the Hooker-Dunham Gallery and Theater (either 6:15pm or 8:15pm) Big Pride Dance follows at the American Legion Hall in Brattleboro Vermont. Then Sunday (July 1st) two screenings of exciting shorts plus BBQ at the Organ Barn, Treefrog Farm in Guilford, Vermont starts at 3pm.
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW AS THERE ARE ONLY A LIMITED AMOUNT OF SEATS AVAILABLE BY REGISTERING ON LINE BY CLICKING HERE Support the work of our filmmakers by attending CineSLAM!
The Center for Independent Documentary and the Kopkind Colony are pleased to announce a call to independent documentary filmmakers who would like to participate in a week long seminar and retreat in southern Vermont. The retreat is limited to nine filmmakers.
It’s very easy to apply. Go to the CID “Invitation to Filmmakers” page at http://documentaries.org/newsevents/kopkind2012/
OLDEST LESBIAN IN THE WORLD Screens Opening Night 6:15pm or 8:15pm Hooker-Dunham
Two screening times to choose from for Opening Night, June 30th, at the Hooker-Dunham Gallery and Theater (either 6:15pm or 8:15pm) Big Pride Dance follows at the American Legion Hall in Brattleboro Vermont.
33 TEETH screens in Organ Barn in Guilford Vermont on Sunday, 3pm, July 1st with many more films plus BBQ
Sunday two screenings of exciting shorts plus BBQ at the Organ Barn, Treefrog Farm in Guilford, Vermont starts at 3pm.
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW AS THERE ARE ONLY A LIMITED AMOUNT OF SEATS AVAILABLE BY REGISTERING ON LINE BY CLICKING HERE
CineSLAM 2012 is fast approaching! We already have many excellent shorts scheduled for this year. Check out our current schedule here.
Audience registration will be opening at the end of this month, and reservations can be made through our website. For those of you coming from out of state, we have an exclusive deal with the Latchis Hotel for a weekend package. Details will be announced with open registration.
The festival June 30th, followed by the Pride Dance at the American Legion, and July 1st at the Organ Barn in Guilford, VT, with two sessions of shorts and a delicious barbecue.
We are proud to announce that one of our Film Slam Seminars participants, Cheryl Furjanic, is climbing the charts at the iTunes store with her documentary film Sync or Swim! Currently 116th in Top Documentaries and 81st in Recent Arrivals, it can be number one across the board with your help! Download her doc, and spread the word.
Find Sync or Swim at the iTunes Store by clicking here.
Join Cheryl and other filmmakers and film lovers with us this June on board the Celebrity Summit! Click here to learn more.