What do you need to know to get that first job on a film set? Alecia Orsini walks you through some of the lingo, gear, and best practices for becoming a production assistant.
Do you know how to properly wrap a cable? Fly in a pancake? Or lock up a set? When should you expect to be paid and how much? Review set safety concerns to protect yourself and other crew members. Learn all about this and more, and a few lucky participants will get to prove that they have what it takes.
Please wear comfortable clothing and bring writing materials for note taking.
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Alecia Orsini is an award winning Director, Producer and multi-media professional with 15+ years experience working in the film industry.
She is a prominent voice in the region's film community as President Emeritus of Women in Film and Video of New England. She’s a staunch advocate, utilizing her experience and platform to amplify the voices of the underserved within the film industry such as women of color and members of the LGBTQI+ communities. In 2012 she was named one of the Cape & Plymouth Business 40 Under 40 for her volunteer work & entrepreneurship and in 2019 she was named an Imagineer for her service to the film industry by Imagine Magazine. Aside from her professional work Alecia is a lifetime member of the Girl Scouts, enjoys driving a stick shift and is the proud mother of a rambunctious 5 year old, and a bright eyed 1 year old.
The 6th Annual Mystic Film Festival returns to in person only programming this year at local venues from October 19-22 featuring new short and feature-length documentary and narrative films from around the world, a screenwriting competition, filmmakers’ workshops, industry events, and panel discussions.
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