Archive for the 'Video' Category

10
Aug
09

Packawallop seeking positions for upcoming workshop

Packawallop Productions is seeking 2 positions for its upcoming mulit-media workshop production of “marea”. The tech and public presentations will run over one week – November 30-December 6. Pre-production will begin in September.

1. A Technical Director: The TD will be responsible for the smooth application of all technical elements of the production, organizing and implementing the set build, load-in, and strike as well as being the point person for communication between the venue and all technical aspects of the production. As this is off-off-broadway, the budget is modest but there is a fee. It is a great resume and networking opportunity for an up-and-coming TD.

2. Production Stage Manager

3. Stage Manager

Please send a cover letter and resume to info@packawallop.org, and indicate which position you are interested in.

Please pass this along to anyone you think might be interested.

29
Jan
09

the moment screening!

We will be having a special screening of our new film project The Moment on February 6th!  To obtain your tickets please email info@packawallop.org with your name and the names of the people in your party.  There are a limited number of seats.  Reservations are absolutely essential.  (NYU security has informed us they will not allow anyone to enter the building without a reservation.)

We’re excited about the film and hope to see you soon!

NYU Tisch School of the Arts,
lower level, room 018

A special invitation-only screening of Packawallop’s new short film, The Moment.

We will open the evening by presenting another Adam Szymkowicz short film, The Question, directed by Sam Buggeln.

Immediately following join us for post-screening drinks at Swift, 34 E 4th St.

The Moment

When Jane goes in to talk to her boss, in a instant of clarity, she notices something different in him that she never saw before.  He sees it too in her.  A new world opens up for them.  Anything could be possible if they could just hold onto that moment.

“Jane”
Susan Lousie O’Connor

“Barry”
Jeff Biehl

Directed by
Scott Eberold

Written by
Adam Szymkowicz

Produced by
Lauren Fritz
Scott Ebersold
Marc Solomon

Director of photography
Greg Emetaz

Edited by
Andrew York McNown

Sound and Music design by
Ryan Maeker

Art Direction by
Nicholas Vaughan and Kate Rusek

Costume, Hair and Make-up design by
Kate Rusek

Script Supervisor
Barry Paul Hitchcock

Craft Services and Production Assistance
Jennie Crotero

Packawallop Productions, Inc.
Scott Ebersold and Alejandro Morales, Artistic Directors
Susan Louise O’Connor, Marc Solomon, Polly Lee, Board of Directors

21
May
08

packawallop begins work on chris wells and jeremy bass’s olsen terror

A couple weeks ago, Co-Artistic Directors Alejandro Morales and Scott Ebersold joined Packawallop Artistic Community Members Chris Wells, Jeremy Bass and Ryan Maeker in Alejandro’s apartment to shoot test footage for an upcoming web video series inspired by Chris and Jeremy’s Olsen Terror stage show.  

We have been dying to work with Chris and Jeremy on this project for a long time and we’ve settled on a video format that will be incredibly exciting and challenging for all of us.  Over the summer, Scott and Alejandro will look over the footage and get their feet wet with Final Cut Pro and will resume shooting once the october crisis is done.

Stay tuned!

 




About Packawallop Productions

Packawallop Productions is a non-profit theater and film production company. At the heart of Packawallop’s values is a belief that the conventions inherent in theater and film reveal truths about the nature of human relations, especially when dealing with issues of sexuality, gender and culture. Packawallop is an artistic home for artists who want to create new productions via a rigorous aesthetic investigation of the media of theater and film. It is also a home for audiences who wish to explore these issues in exciting and surprising ways. Both the artists and audiences involved with the work will make discoveries about themselves and the world around them as a result. We consider our audience as part of our collaborative community and we treat each show as an extended cocktail party.

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