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January 1996, Week 4


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Mon, 22 Jan 1996 00:08:24 -0500
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Hello Fellow Filmmakers (& Fellow-ettes~),
Just a quick update on the Filmmaking Society...
Enclosed is an updated GOALS handout for 1996.  I m really looking forward on
focusing on film
and the making of my first short.
Currently, myself and a few others are on pre-production.  I m feverishly
working at tighting some of the script up (4th draft) and trying VERY hard in
securing financing....
If anyone has ANY ideas or LEADS to where I might find some money (i.e. -
rich people looking for a taxwrite-off, grants that may be still available,
etc), PLEASE: let me know --- THANKS!
Also, I m open to hearing any comments or suggestions with this year s goals
for the group.
Just in this semester should be enough to keep people s interest and
involvement up I hope however,
I can t think of everything... (NOTE: if you re no longer interstested in
being involved in the Society or Filmmaking let me.  However if you ARE
interested, I d be HAPPY to hear from ya!~)
Thanks for being a part of this  extended family  that we re building in the
Filmmaking Society @ ASU!
Cineamatically yours,
DAN :-))
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Filmmaking society (At ASU)
*** Statement of Goals  ***
    B. Shoot a dozen (or more) quality shorts on both film & video to
        market to film festivals and Home Video releases (this year).
2. Foster a filmmaking community of students who are committed to work
    together on any given project (i.e. fiction shorts, commercials, etc.=
3. Start petitioning for a serious, hands-on Film Studies program to be  =
        implemented within the ASU curriculum in the next two years.
4. Remember to have Fun while being Focused when working on Film.
Future  Activities
Host creative & technical workshops on campus (i.e.: 35mm Panavision work=
Visit local film sets in Arizona
Advertise the club everywhere in Phoenix (for $$ Financial support $$)
Network with other film clubs from other colleges (UofA, SCC, UCLA, etc.)=
Attend premier movies together (for Fun & Analysis values)
As of December, 1995, The Filmmaking Society had a database of more than =
100 people!
However...only about 30 people were seemed to be 'active' members.  =
In 1996, I encourage everyone to try to get involved in any capacity beca=
        Everyone has something to offer;
        No matter how great or small;
        Get involved ... for there are many opportunities for us all!!
Currently, the Filmmaking Society is led by:
        * Campus advisor ---Matt DeJesus
        * Administrator --- Chrissy Kay
        * Vice-President --- Troy Martz
        * President --- Dan Barrett
If you have any questions, comments, or suggests, feel free to contact me=
Sincerely, =
Dan Barrett
Filmmaking Society
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