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Feb. 21st, 2009 @ 08:55 am please vote for me:) my first audition ever!
Hi.. I entered a contest to win a walk on role on the show Bones. Please vote for me:) The video is pretty low tech and yes I was holding the camera... anyway don't laugh ...:)

here is the link pretty please:)


Every vote counts
It will be very appreciated
xoxoxoxoxoxoxo MWAH

* if the link doesn't work cut and paste into your web browser. Thanks sooooooo much ... Also, you still have time to enter !
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Nov. 13th, 2008 @ 11:34 pm From Agents to Auditions
I have made a "how to" dvd for dancers/actors in the industry. Please check out below and pass along to anyone trying to get signed or un-succesfully auditioning.

Professional dancers know that they have to work hard in order to make it. They spend hours learning choreography and perfecting routines that may only last a few minutes. They head to casting calls, sometimes with hundreds of other performers, only to face rejection. They are judged on technique, hair color, body type, and whether they have the right look. The life of a professional dancer is stressful but to most, it's also completely worth it, especially for the moment when they finally land their dream job. So how does one make it? In her new DVD, From Agents to Auditions, Keltie Colleen provides some wonderful advice for finding success in the dance world.

From Agents to Auditions is a great DVD, loaded with lots of useful information for people who are looking to break into the entertainment industry. From quick tips about what to bring to an audition to creating an eye-catching resume; and dealing with rejection, the film gives performers an idea of what they can expect from an audition and the steps they should take to secure the jobs they want. There are also a number of interesting interviews with a variety people including choreographers, dancers, talent agents and an accomplished music video director. They discuss their expectations for the talent they hire and provide honest answers to questions that every performer wants to know (What do you look for in a dancer? Where can I find information about casting calls? How do I find representation?). These interviews include Anastasia Miller (Director of Choreography/Commercial/Dance, Clear Talent Group and Alan Ferguson, Acclaimed Music Video Director) as well as many more! Please visit www.keltiecolleendance.com to order or for more info on Keltie's career. 


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Keltie Colleen Agents to Auditions
Nov. 13th, 2008 @ 03:22 am Universal Pictures Feature Film Casting Call 4 - 6 Year Old Boys

Universal Pictures is holding an open casting call in Los Angeles and accepting photos and resumes from 4 - 6 year old boys to star in a major feature film.

Date and Time: 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Full details here:

Universal Pictures Feature Film Casting
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Alan Baltes
Nov. 7th, 2008 @ 12:27 pm Video Contest - enter to win

"What Do YOU do with Your FoldTukTM ?"
Video Contest

Collapsible Bakeware can win you a prize!

FoldTuk™ Kitchenware presents the "What Do YOU do with Your FoldTuk" Video contest sponsored by BeSprout Marketing.

The competition is simple – submit a video between 30 to 60 seconds to the FoldTuk website that creatively and entertainingly demonstrates a conventional or unconventional use of the product(s).

The video should be original and imaginative. While video quality must be acceptable, a simple camcorder and a steady hand is all that's needed, along with your creative spark. Judges will choose a select group of Finalists in which the public will determine the winner. The Finalist videos will appear on the FoldTuk website for a voting phase that will determine the winners. The grand prize winner will receive $500 as well as the complete 8 pc. set of FoldTuks valued at $160. The runner-up winner will receive a prize of $250. All remaining finalists will receive a free set of FoldTuk retail valued at $40.

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Aug. 26th, 2008 @ 07:51 pm Collab with film makers anywhere! (and a LA based video contest)
Check out these new projects I've started.

If you're an actor or filmmaker get exposure and grow your online audience, while having fun with fellow film makers and fans! Check out my new weekly video challenge. Coming Soon!

join up with filmmakers in LA to compete as a crew and make a video short weekly! but hey even if you're not in LA you can still compete!





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Aug. 16th, 2008 @ 09:34 pm (no subject)
Just thought I'd introduce myself, I'm a filmmaker (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1182611) in Los Angeles and looking at peeps to network with. Gonna check this out if there's more going on. Thanks a lot!

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pearry, red carpet, gene generation
Jul. 28th, 2008 @ 10:11 am (no subject)

Got Films? Want them distributed? 

Submissions for undistributed films to the Philadelphia Film-A-Thon are still open! The Winner of "Best Feature" will receive a screening at the International House Philadelphia Theater, a copy of Toon Boom Storyboard Pro, the Official Philadelphia Film-A-Thon trophy, waived entry into next year's festival, and an international distribution offer by Polychrome Pictures through Warner Bros Worldwide Home Video/DVD. Visit www.ProjectTwenty1.com for more info.   

Note: Short films & animations will also receive screenings & awards at year's Film-A-Thon, but we do not have a promise from PC/WB to distribute them BUT YOU NEVER KNOW! If you have something exceptional, please send it our way, and we will do the best we can it in front of the right eyeballs! 

[x-posted to find the best film possible!] 
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Jul. 6th, 2008 @ 10:15 pm My new webseries
State of Mind: groggygroggy
 I am very proud that my  run production company has released the first webisode of our new webseries, FEED.   It's produced by Heroine Films in connection with Sundance-winner Anastasia King (American Blackout) and written/directed by NYIIFF winner Mel Roberston.

It's been such a long process and I've never been more stressed out.

But I have to say that I am proud...and excited...

It's about a blogger who takes the media into her own hands when a video she's posted online makes its' way to the five o' clock news and threatens the lives of everyone in the video including her and her new group of underground digital vigilantes.

you can see the first webisode (3 minutes long) at www.feedseries.tv

and here is the trailer:

I'd love feedback of any kind...here or on the site!
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Aug. 10th, 2006 @ 09:24 am State-of-the-art film school bares scholarship grants
State of Mind: busybusy
Hi everyone,

I want to share some good news:


And this one might also be useful for some =)

To the moderators/maintainers of this community, is it possible for you to link us up as well? Our website URLs are:



Thanks a lot!
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Jan. 22nd, 2006 @ 03:25 am Los Angeles Shakespeare Co. OPEN AUDITIONS
Hey guys...

So the Los Angeles Shakespeare Company has been on a hiatus due to its construction of its own personal outdoor ampitheatre.

The stage is up and soon to be running, and will soon present its first production "Much Ado About Nothing."

This is an amazing opportunity, as today is an OPEN CALL (Sunday, January 22nd). For anyone and everyone. Show up between 10am and 4pm and you can audition, no appointment necessary.

http://www.shakespeare-usa.com for more info (click for Much Ado info on the left.)

1909 Topanga Canyon.

Ridiculously amazing opportunity, non-equity = okay.
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