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Throughout Lincoln, people are working to build a stronger community through a variety of worthy causes. As these nonprofit agencies work on changing lives, there are often limited resources for critical communications needs.
The nonprofit marketing network builds Lincoln’s capacity to transform lives by changing the paradigm. Nonprofit agencies needn’t choose between providing services and paying for marketing expertise. In fact, they can accomplish more by doing both.
The Omaha Film Festival would love to wish you a Happy Holiday season, and in celebration, we are offering gift certificates to the 2010 Omaha Film Festival at a discount from last year’s prices! This Sunday from 6:00pm to 9:00pm, we will be at the OFFice and we will have gift certificates for Conference Passes, All Films Passes, and All Access Passes available. They make great stocking stuffers, or it’s a great opportunity to get your own passes early and save some money!
$35 - Conference Pass – Gains you access to both days of the conference on March 6-7, and includes entry into the Saturday Night special screening.
$35 – All Films Pass – Good for all Film Festival screenings from March 9-14.
The Governor's Arts Awards are presented annually by the Nebraska Arts Council, Nebraskans for The Arts, the Nebraska Cultural Endowment and the Office of the Governor.
2010 Governor's Arts Awards- April 6, 2010- 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Cornhusker Hotel, 333 South 13th Street, Lincoln, NE
Deadline for nominations:
January 21, 2010
The GAA Awards categories include:
Artist of the Year
An individual artist practicing in any discipline whose work or career has made a significant contribution to their art form and to the state of Nebraska
An individual artist, arts administrator or patron who has made a significant impact on the arts in Nebraska in a short period of time. This award is limited to individuals 35 years or younger or individuals who have been working in the field for five years or less.
Excellence in Arts Education
An individual that has made a long term outstanding contribution to arts education in Nebraska
Master the techniques of writing superior and winning proposals
Proposal Writing I: February 8 - 10, 2010
To be held at:
Creighton University Omaha, Nebraska
Sponsored by: The Grant Training Center
Online at: Grant Training Center
This intensive three-day grant proposal workshop is geared for: 1) those who wish to strengthen their grant writing skills and 2) beginners who wish to acquire and master the techniques of preparing, writing and winning proposals from various funding agencies. The center of attention will be on how to effectively tell the story that leads to funding, be it for the researcher in the sciences and social sciences, educator and non-profit professional.
Participants Will Learn How To:
• Comprehend the diversity of the grant funding1 community
• Research and identify potential funding sources
• Create the right fit with the funding agency
• Address the guidelines of proposals
From Rhett- Okay Spammers, I've turned off rights for new members. Give up. Have you REALLY gotten ANY clicks from us? Any? This is a nonprofit. In Nebraska! You are a plague. We hate you. You are making work for people who should be CREATING stuff, not policing our nonprofit site for bullshit spam. FUCK YOU and DIE PAINFULLY! Go away! (REAL NEW MEMBERS- Request an account by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, sorry for the inconvenience...)
This Is It
Well, this is it. I've spent the last few years writing and recording to try and produce an album I'm proud of. I came up with a collection of 15 tracks titled A Badly Broken Code. Doomtree has spent infinite hours, and most of our finite dollars, to support this album. For the first time in our history we're in a position to really take our music and our business to a national level. This morning Ander, our gifted 20-year-old intern, launched the pre-order on our site.
While Ander was programming at his desk, I reported to the set of my first, real music video. Britni, the Art Director, picked me up just after 7 a.m. I don't see a lot of sunrises, but I caught one this morning as we arrived at a rented house in Saint Paul. Inside I scanned the full rooms for Maria, the director and my friend. She looked busy, in cuffed jeans and Converse, talking with two other women standing around a monitor.
* Posted by Jamie Vesay on December 17, 2009 at 2:00pm filminne.ning.com
I worked on Up in the Air. I ended up with the most days on the project of any local crew. Jason Reitman is all the nice guy he appears in interviews. The Producers and out-of-town crew were all top shelf professionals and as kind. I am proud to have worked on this project.
My involvement in Locations started way back in October of 2008 when Jason came to town for a Director's scout. Honestly, it was a tad surreal since only a month earlier, I was watching him on my TV doing behind-the-scenes commentary from Juno. Over the next few months, there were other visits and more scouting - hoping that at least some of the movie would come here.
I got to see the movie last night. While a good movie, as it has been critically reviewed, my emotions were admittedly mixed. A few things:
1. There's even less of Omaha in the movie that was shot (they filmed two days - Omaha airport and Old Market).
boy i wish i knew how to find shoes onlines
do they have shoes where you are selling them, on the internet?
wait i change my mind. you do not sell shoes here now. no more shoes.
Friendly reminder that the regular deadline to submit your film to the Newport Beach Film festival is DECEMBER 18, 2009.
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Join us for our CINEMA SAGE HILL event on Tuesday, December 8 at 7:30pm.
The Newport Beach Film Festival and The Studio at Sage Hill will present a free
screening of the award winning documentary FOOD FIGHT
followed by a Q&A session with co producer Thetis Sammons.
FOOD FIGHT features Alice Waters, Michael Pollan, Bob Cannard and Wolfgang Puck.
For information visit www.NewportBeachFilmFest.com
“Lovely, Still,” the first film from Omaha’s Nik Fackler, has left town after a week playing in front of cast, crew, family, friends and fans. It won’t likely return until its planned spring release. Local reviews have been predictably favorable and supportive, which Fackler has earned, yet national critics have been somewhat polarized following showings at the 2008 Toronto and 2009 Chicago film festivals.
After the festival screenings, online reviewer Nick Davis described the third act of “Lovely, Still” as “one of the most crudely forced ‘twist’ revelations I can remember” and then went on to grade it a “D.” Matt Dwyer of film.com countered with “the third act is obviously its most poignant … a well-crafted blend of fantasy and reality, memory and delusion” and generally gushed otherwise while Davis groused about the film’s production values.
All are welcome who want to support the efforts to bring more movies and film productions to the great state of Nebraska!
When: Monday, December 7th
Time: 4:30 - 7:00
Where: Fox and Hound (120th and Dodge)
We will be in the large room to the right when you enter! Come be a part of the wonderfully growing film community and get up to date on the latest efforts to incent films to shoot in NE. You will be excited to learn how YOU can directly help bring more work to our talented people of Nebraska. Food and drink specials will be available.
An optional $15 donation requested at the door. See you there!
The Nebraska Film Association, a newly organized group of arts supporters, business leaders, specialized workers in the film industry, independent skilled professionals and other Nebraskans interested in advocating for the future of film projects, have banded together to promote incentives for the film industry in Nebraska.
By Bob Fischbach
WORLD-HERALD STAFF WRITER
In person he’s soft-spoken, gentle, with the demeanor of a kindly, slightly mischievous grandfather.
But Martin Landau’s 50-year career in movies and television spans a wide range of memorable characters, many of them less than kind: A homicidal henchman atop Mount Rushmore in Alfred Hitchcock’s “North by Northwest” (1959). A has-been producer in HBO’s “Entourage” in 2006, his sixth Emmy-nominated turn. Rollin Hand, master of disguises on television’s “Mission: Impossible,” for which he won a Golden Globe in 1968. Bela Lugosi in Tim Burton’s “Ed Wood,” for which he won the Academy Award in 1995.
Last week Landau, 78, was in town for the local premiere of Omaha screenwriter-director Nik Fackler’s film, “Lovely, Still,” about an elderly grocery sacker who falls in love. Landau talked about his beginnings with Hitch, his work with Fackler and trends in the movie industry.
That's right! TONIGHT ONLY !!!! Get your sorry butts down to THE ROSS THEATRE at 7:00.
Unfiltered Entertainment proudly presents that masterpiece of midwestern horror:
W A K E The W I T C H
Written & Direced by
ANDREW JOHNSON & PETE LIPINS
“It’s a suspense horror movie, done in the Japanese style about a girl who awakens an evil curse that starts taking over her life, and the people close to her start to turn in to something else. It’s super scary. Underline super twice.”
An article in the DAILY NEBRASKAN
I think I can speak for everyone, spammers. NO MORE UGG BOOTS!
Mad Movie Night is gonna be held in MARCH 2010 instead of November 09. Sorry about the late notice, but we didn't want to put in a ALF HASSED effort! It will be bigger and badder and more independent! Plus it will be a great warmup for MIDDLE OF NOWHERE 2010!
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