Info from the Co-op:
* Tuesday April 4th 7:30pm Filmmaking Workshop Donations requested.
We will open the night with an open-house Membership sign-up drive, and discussion of what's going on in the exciting explosiveness that is the local film community, and then, a special guest, David Pickett from ProMedia will be on hand to demonstrate the new Panasonic AG-HVX200 HD camcorder. He'll show off the highlights including the ability to shoot 24P in DV, DVCPRO, DVCPRO 50 and DVCPRO HD all on tapeless P2 memory cards.
* Thursday April 13th 7:00pm The Tranny Roadshow $5-$15 sliding scale ALL AGES.
The Tranny Roadshow will be returning to the MeDiA Co-op again this year. For all those who failed to see the once in a lifetime performance, you have another chance. And for all those who came last year, well, this year is totally different. the Tranny Roadshow is a group of transgendered artists, musicians, storytellers, poets, and more that are touring the country.
* Saturday April 15th 7:30pm 48hr Meisner Challenge Donations encouraged
Amber O'Daniels' ultra-talented Meisner class will be taking on the slightly over 48 Hours Challenge. The students will have about 48 hours to write, plan and then perform their creations. These amazing performances will come from the participants of the 8-week Meisner for the Creative workshop. All proceeds will benefit the MeDiA Co-op.
OTHER EVENTS AROUND THE CITY TO SUPPORT:
1. Rusted Sun Films' new project "Divine Manipulation of the Threads" got a hold-over at Studio on the Square. It will continue its run until Thursday, April 6th.
2. If you missed last month's premiere screening of Keenon Nikita's new film "Just the Two of Us," mark you calendars for Monday April 3, 7 p.m. at the Malco Studio on the Square. Be there!
3. The premiere screening of "What Goes Around…", directed by Rod Pitts, will be Thursday, April 6 at 9 p.m. at the Malco Studio on the Square. Tickets will be $5.
PLEASE VISIT FREQUENTLY THE FOLLOWING AMAZING SIGHTS TO KEEP UP TO DATE WITH NEWS, AND EVENTS AROUND THE CITY concerning FILM WHATNOT:
Live From Memphis' Memphis Film Families
Jon W. Sparks' Memphis.Cool.Movies (thank you)
***The MeDiA Co-op, now in it's 4th year of existing in Memphis, would like to graciously thank First Congregational Church for their amazing, continued support for the community...Without their love, the MeDiA Co-op, 4 years later, would most likely still be, merely an idea. THANKS!!!!!!