OREGON MEDIA PRODUCTION ASSN
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OMPA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Michael Bard President
Golf Chair Studio Bard, LLC
Lisa Cicala Vice President
Membership Chair Mercy Corps
Christopher Toyne Vice President Talent Chair
Tim Troester Secretary/Treasurer
Hays Companies of Oregon
James WilderHancock Past President
Government Affairs Chair AFTRA
Sockeye Creative, Inc.
Scholarships Co-chair Paydogs LLC
Stefan Henry-Biskup Liquid Development
Director’s Letter Dear industry members: The film and TV production industry in Oregon hit a milestone last year, with over $100 million dollars in production spending from out-of-state projects. One way to look at it is if we were to all pool our money like a giant TV production studio bank, it would take $100 million to recreate last year’s level of production -- all those episodes of Grimm, Leverage and Portlandia. But Oregon didn’t finance those projects, and while the money was spent here with appropriate cause for celebration, the profits from distributing and airing the projects lives elsewhere. This was the theme behind the NW Film Finance symposium in March, in which OMPA connected independent producers with the people and knowledge to take their projects to the national and international marketplace. Positive reviews keep coming in, and we believe we were very successful at:
• Educating producers and finance partners on the mechanics of projecting and realizing returns on investment,
• Stimulating new ideas about financing and distributing projects, and
• Forging relationships between creative producers, executive producers, finance partners, and the legal, marketing and distribution professionals in our community who can support this business.
Scholarships Co-chair Mt. Hood Community College
Jeanna Minshall Minshall Group
Bullivant Houser Bailey PC
PR/Marketing Chair Advanced Broadcast Solutions
OMPA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Tom McFadden email@example.com OMPA ADMIN. MANAGER Jessica Beer firstname.lastname@example.org
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We owe thanks to the presenters, to our own OMPA moderator Christopher Toyne, and to all the filmmakers and other business professionals who took time out from their week to join us. We are already planning the next NW Film Finance events and look forward to bringing them to you as one way that OMPA supports growing jobs and business opportunities.
Tom McFadden, OMPA Executive Director
SourceOregon 2012 is here! The long awaited 2012 version of the SourceOregon industry directory is here. And there are 1500 crew and professional services included, reflecting Oregon’s growing resources to serve the commercial, film, television and interactive media production industry. Equally exciting is our switch to a larger, magazine size format, with articles, photos and information about what makes Oregon a valuable place to shoot. We think you’ll like it! Copies are already in the OMPA office, and every OMPA member should come in and pick one up. Copies for non-members and general public are available for $12. (Additional free copies have been set aside for any production coming to town, and are distributed to producers, coordinators and department heads for all the projects that land here.) A comprehensive directory of all the professional services in Oregon is an extremely practical resource for shooting in the state. Keeping producers abreast of a current list of crew and resources available is a big part of OMPA’s role in fostering a functioning production industry in Oregon. And because contact information changes and new resources arrive throughout the year, the entire directory is live on
www.SourceOregon.com, where every lister can log in and add or change their own information. The directory is used to show what sets Oregon apart, and includes stories about our locations, ease of permitting, technological savvy, production and post production resources. In addition to distribution to the working crew, production companies and projects currently shooting in Oregon, the directory is distributed as a marketing piece to agencies and production companies throughout the U.S. In addition to being a resource for coordinating our local industry and marketing Oregon’s resources to the world, SourceOregon is also where we publish the industry’s Standards & Practices, which includes suggested terms and best practices for client billing, employing children, and working as an independent contractor. While the total dollars spent in Oregon’s industry is not yet known, we do know that the film and television component (ok, mostly television) is 177% greater than in 2010. That’s a lot of increase! Thank you for being a functioning community to accommodate that growth with professionalism and grace. And thanks for using SourceOregon to stay connected!
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Fri, April 27, Time TBA. OMPA Book Release Party at Koerner Camera (2323 N. Williams) in Portland.
Wed, May 2, 7pm. SOFaT Camera’s and Cocktails at 4 Daughters Irish Pub (126 West Main Street) in Medford.
Thu, May 3, 7pm. MOPAN Social Night at Mookie’s Northwest Grill (400 International Way) in Springfield.
OMPA Interviews Major Political Candidates in Portland OMPA’s government affairs team met with candidates for Portland Mayor and City Commissioner in March. Interviews at the OMPA office, led by Government Affairs chair Nathaniel Applefield and officers David Cress, Maile Coad and Bob Wadden, were attended by actor Blaine Palmer, actor and OregonFilm&TVDollars blogger Harold Phillips, and Women in Film representative Nicola Silverstone. The purpose of the effort was to raise the issues that affect commercial, film, television and new media production in Portland, and to raise OMPA and our industry’s awareness to Portland’s next mayor and city council. Candidates interviewed included Portland Mayoral candidates Eileen Brady, Charlie Hales and Jefferson Smith, as well as Portland City Commissioner candidates Amanda Fritz, Mary Nolan, Teressa Raiford and Jeri Williams.
The meetings were regarded as a success at educating the candidates on the value of our industry and how to develop more film friendly policy within the city and its bureau. “We are creating some very strong relationships with Portland’s future leaders,” says OMPA board member and Government Affairs chair Nathaniel Applefield. “OMPA members should feel secure that Portland’s future for media production will be a bright one.” A complete list of candidates for Portland Mayor in the May primary is listed at www.portlandonline.com. A complete list of all candidates is also available online.
Questionnaires received from the candidates are at www.ompa.org:
Portland Mayor Eileen Brady Charlie Hales Jefferson Smith Portland Commissioner Amanda Fritz Mary Nolan Steve Novick Teressa Raiford
Statement to Portland Mayoral and City Commissioner candidates, prepared by OMPA Government Affairs:
What Our Industry Needs to Thrive March 2012 • Promote the media production industry as one that is: Local, environmentally friendly, a driver of family wage jobs, and a major sector of economic growth. Media production includes traditional products like commercials, films, and television shows, as well as mobile apps, video games, and web content. • Support in the State Capitol for our programs, especially the Oregon Media Production Fund (OPIF) and the Indigenous Oregon Media Production Fund (iOPIF). • Understand the difference between local, indigenous media productions and those that come here from out of state, including how they promote each other and are interdependent. • Understand the short time table that media productions work on, and craft city policy and culture to be capable of turning things around with little time. • Develop a permitting process that: o Is easy and fast to navigate through o Contains fees that are commensurate with the impact or size of the production. o Is not prohibitive to the recruitment of new work from out of state. • Be creative in finding new ways to promote the media production industry, as well as attract new work using city resources.
Former Oprah Show Staffer Joins Portland’s Cast Iron Studios Former Oprah Show staffer, Gwen Martin, joins the ranks at Portland’s premiere casting company, Cast Iron Studios, as Director of Development & Marketing. Gwen brings nearly a decade of television experience to the veteran company that is currently casting for NBC’s Grimm and TNT’s Leverage, among other projects. In November of 2011, Cast Iron Studios’ President, Lana Veenker, rebranded the company (formerly Lana Veenker Casting) and launched a new development division. “Gwen brings extraordinary production experience to the Cast Iron Studios
team. After planning, producing and executing more than 60 episodes of The Oprah Show, she adds a wealth of knowledge and great production instincts to our development division,” says Veenker. “We are thrilled to have her on board and as part of our production community.” As Director of Development and Marketing, Martin will be overseeing new commercial casting accounts as well as exploring exciting development opportunities for the company. Martin is passionate about bringing more production work to Oregon, and has been actively involved as a volunteer at the Oregon Media Production Association, among other organizations. Cast Iron Studios’ most recent project, a public service announcement aimed at helping stop the use of rape as a weapon of war in Congo, is set to launch this spring. In addition to the PSA, the company is currently helping to develop the script of a feature film that would shoot in Paris, using Veenker’s overseas connections to line up the international cast. ABOUT CAST IRON STUDIOS Since 1999, Cast Iron Studios has cast thousands of actors in hundreds of projects, including national and international campaigns for brands such as Nike, Apple and Nintendo, blockbuster films such as Twilight, and the hit television series Grimm and Leverage. For more information or to join our mailing list, visit Cast Iron Studios website.
Solid Entertainment acquires “Deep Green: Solutions to Stop Global Warming Now” for international broadcast Solid Entertainment has acquired the international broadcast rights to “Deep Green: Solutions to Stop Global Warming” from Oregon filmmaker Matt Briggs. The award-winning documentary will debut at MIP TV in Cannes, France, on April 1, 2012. “Deep Green” has been hailed by the Los Angeles Times as “a template” for getting off fossil fuels, and praised by the Oregonian for offering “hope instead of despair.” Showcased at environmental film festivals around the world, the film has been honored with the Environmental Preservation Award by the Artivist Film Festival in New York and Los Angeles, the Best Science Communication Award from Massey University/the Reel Earth Film Festival in New Zealand and the Sustainability and Best of Show Awards from the Cinema Verde Film Festival in Florida, among others. Six years in the making, the multimillion dollar production features rare new footage of China’s ubiquitous green revolution, inspiring examples of how other countries and cultures are meeting the challenge with passion and ingenuity, and essential tips on how individuals and communities can take the Net Zero plunge at home. Based in Los Angeles, Solid Entertainment was founded in 1994 by Richard Propper, the former President of the International D o c u m e n t a r y
Association and co-founder of WESTDOC: The West Coast Documentary and Reality Conference. As well as independent films, the company distributes network programs created for Discovery Channel, National Geographic Channel, HBO, Cinemax, PBS, TLC, Military Channel, Spike!, and The Travel Channel. For more information, please visit www.solidentertainment.com. Entrepreneur-turned-filmmaker Matt Briggs makes his directorial debut with “Deep Green.” In the early 1980s, he helped pioneer the wild mushroom industry in the U.S. by co-founding what quickly became the largest commercial operation in North America to collect and deliver fresh wild fungi to restaurants, specialty stores and such other clients as the White House. An asset to both endeavors has been the appreciation Briggs gained from his world travels to over 50 countries. He holds degrees from the University of Oregon, the New England College of Chinese Medicine and San Francisco College of Oriental Medicine. For more information, please visit www.deepgreenmovie.com.
Events in Review: NW Film Financing Symposium 4 Thanks to Christopher Toyne and exceptional panel of filmmakers and business people, Tara Johnson-Medinger and the staff of the POWFest and the Hollywood Theatre, plus 100 or so independent filmmakers and prospective financiers, the two-day NW Film Finance Symposium was everything it had hoped to be. It educated on the mechanics of realizing returns, stimulated new ideas and forged valuable relationships. It wouldn’t have taken place without the efforts of volunteers Jena Bodell, Erica Risberg, Lindsae Klein, Armeen Monohan, Susan Owens-Duval, and Timothy Levine. Hats off to them! We are already planning the next events in the series and are eager to have your voice in the dialog about growing more profitable productions among Oregon’s indie filmmaker community.
Vince Porter of the Oregon Film Office presents iOPIF as a film finding option
The Day 1 Film Finance Panel included Eric Doebele & Matthew Wilson, Jeffrey Hardy (FilmProfit), Nathaniel Applefield (Executive Director, AFTRA, PNW) & Candice Jackson (Entertainment Law) Photos by Armeen Monahan
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Events in Review: ABS Open House and Pre-NAB Event By Stephy Fajardo
Every Spring, the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) meets in Las Vegas to showcase the latest and greatest in broadcast technologies and equipment. Advanced Broadcast Systems (ABS) held a pre-NAB Open House on Tuesday, March 13 to announce the company’s presence in Portland. KGW Channel 8 has been a long time customer of ABS, whose offices are now located in the same building as the TV station. Dave Spraker, account executive for ABS and OMPA Board Member, was excited to share his company’s mission with
prospective customers. “The climate is changing quickly, and we have state-ofthe-art knowledge about digital technology to serve customers in broadcasting, government and house of worship.” Vendor Panasonic showed their new 3D camera, and Tektronix unveiled their latest technology in a Portable Compact Waveform Monitor ideal for field production setup and troubleshooting. Stay tuned for changes in how video conferencing is done, updates in the look of City Council meetings and even cable access stations with these new technologies.
Oakwood Temporary Housing Property Featured in Showtime Documentary OMPA Member Oakwood Temporary Housing is pleased to announce that its Oakwood Toluca Hills property is featured in the documentary “The Hollywood Complex” which aired on Showtime throughout the month of March and can currently be seen on Netflix. Oakwood Toluca Hills is a popular destination for child actors and their families during pilot season every year. Recently, a documentary was made that provides a glimpse into the world at the property and how some of these families live as the children follow their dreams.
ABOUT THE FILM
Every year, the families of child actors come to Hollywood for television pilot season auditions, many of them staying at a particular apartment complex that caters to this unusual niche clientele. This “by turns hilarious and heartbreaking” show-business documentary follows six such families as they pin their hopes, their dreams, and sometimes their financial futures, on the slim chance of fame and fortune in the entertainment industry.
Video Assistance Needed for OEN’s Tom Holce Entrepreneurship Awards OEN (Oregon Entrepreneurs Network) is looking for pro-bono video services in exchange for sponsorship visibility at the Tom Holce Entrepreneurship Awards, scheduled for September 20. The Awards celebration is the “Oscars for entrepreneurship” and attracts about 750+ attendees. What OEN needs: SPACE: A studio space (does not have to be huge) or a quiet location (not a conference room unless it is big and very nice looking). They would need the space for 2.5 to 3 working days. Best if they can leave the set up in place those days. EQUIPMENT: An HD camera with XLR sound inputs; Lights; Sound equipment (mics and cables, etc.) CREW: Dir of Photography (he runs the camera too); Gaffer to set up lights; Sound person; Make up artist If you can help, please contact Linda Weston, President & Executive Director of OEN, at (503) 222-2270 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshop: “Movie Marketing & Distribution Made Easy” Learn how to do it yourself with this comprehensive new workshop series designed to give independent filmmakers the knowledge, skills, tools, techniques and strategies used by the pros to monetize movies to their full potential. To be presented by former TriStar Pictures Vice President Lyla Foggia in association with the OMPA’s Northwest Film Finance Symposium. SCHEDULE: Wednesday evenings from
7-10pm (Doors open at 6 PM; bring your own dinner/drinks). Dates: April 25, May 2, May 9, May 16. LOCATION: Riva on the Park, South Waterfront district, 5th floor lounge (which is incredibly comfortable, with everything from pool table to full kitchen, internet, big screen TV, etc. For fee, curriculum and registration details, please contact Foggia at (503) 622-0232 or email@example.com.
New Proofreading Business in Oregon: “Edit on the Go” OMPA member David Eric Freedman has officially launched his new proofreading business, Edit on the Go. David edits, proofreads and transcribes documents with an emphasis on professional quality and excellent turnaround time. Edit
on the Go, which offers automatic rate discounts for non-profit businesses, was responsible for proofreading the upcoming 2012 SourceOregon magazine and directory. For more info, visit the Edit on the Go website.
Portland Independent Film Night Continues After premiering on March 20, 2012 at the Alberta Street Public House, the new monthly Portland Independent Film Night continues in the same location on April 17. PIFN provides Portland’s independent filmmakers with a free opportunity to screen their films for local audiences. This event begins at 6pm and ends at 9pm. It will feature a short film followed by trailers, a feature length film and a videotaped Q&A session with the director and crew. Filmmakers wishing to submit their films can contact Howard DiNatale
on Facebook or Twitter. Emails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org will receive responses within 48 hours. Films must be submitted as .m4v files and must adhere to length requirements: 90-120 minutes for feature films, 2530 minutes for short films, and under 3 minutes for trailers. Submitted films will be pre-screened and are subject to content requirements: films must be shot in Oregon and cannot be hateful (racist, misogynistic or homophobic). The submission deadline is April 10th.
11th Annual AIFF Program Announced 94 documentary, feature and short films will be screened at the five-day 11th annual Ashland Independent Film Festival from April 12 to 16, 2012. Tickets are on sale now at the AIFF box office on the plaza in downtown Ashland and online at ashlandfilm.org. For more information and the entire festival schedule, visit http://www.ashlandfilm.org/
Kaja Zaloudek of golightlyfilms, inc. Wins Award of Merit Kaja Zaloudek has won a prestigious Award of Merit from The Accolade Competition. The award was given for her production of “+ 100 Years of Art and Design.” The video was written, produced and directed by Kaja for The Pacific Northwest College of Art and Design. “It is an honor to win this award, both Kenneth Luba (golightlyfilms Director/Director of Photography) and I worked very hard to create a video using a multitude of voices from the Northwest arts community. It pays homage to the many influential people who have shaped and continue to influence the cultural landscape of the college and the region,” says Producer/ Director Kaja Zaloudek. The Accolade Competition recognizes film, television, videography and new media professionals who demonstrate exceptional achievement in craft and creativity, and those who produce standout entertainment or contribute to profound social change. Highly qualified professionals in the film and television industry judge entries. It is a showcase for cinematic gems and unique voices.
In winning an Accolade, Kaja Zaloudek of golightlyfilms, inc. joins the ranks of other high-profile winners of this internationally respected award. Thomas Baker, Ph.D., who chairs The Accolade, had this to say about the latest winners, “The Accolade is not an easy award to win. Entries are received from around the world. The Accolade helps set the standard for craft and creativity. The judges were pleased with the exceptionally high quality of entries. The goal of The Accolade is to help winners achieve the recognition they deserve.” Kaja would also like to thank all the local contributors to the making of this film. A special thanks to: Bingo Lewis Editorial (editor Nancy Anderson) and Kenneth Webster of Innervoice Studios, who created the original score. Special thanks also goes to REX Post, Koerner Camera Systems, Ed Henry, Bob McKeehan, Vana O’Brian, Mercedes Rose, Brent Rogers, The Estate of Marian Wood Kolish and Bruce Guenther/Deborah Royer of the Portland Art Museum. To see the award winning video go to: http://vimeo.com/4771121.
Portland Teen Idol Registration Open Through April 15 It’s not just a singing contest anymore. Portland Teen Idol is growing in scope, benefit and talent pool for the sixth edition of the program. In addition to English Vocals; Spanish Vocals and Stand-up Comedy have been added to the competition, as well as two intern programs for teens interested in production and program management to increase the number of youth taking advantage of the program. By diversifying with the introduction of the Spanish contest and non-contest internships, Portland Teen Idol is opening doors and blazing a new trail. “In its sixth year, it’s growing the scope, benefit and talent pool by accepting registrations through April 15th in more than just singing,” says the program’s producer Dennis Gleason. Audition dates to be provided shortly at the PTi website. The winner in English Vocals garners a $500 first prize; new Spanish Vocals and Stand-up Comedy contest winners receive $250 each, and all finalists go on a summer tour. To participate in most of the teen programs, students must be in grades 7 through 12 (home schooled or early graduates must be under 18), live roughly within 25-30 miles of Portland/ Vancouver, and be at least 13 as of April 1, 2012. Gleason says that volunteers, judges, musicians and sponsors are also welcome to participate. With the first round of auditions occurring soon, this year is earmarked to be the best yet for the rebranded program. Gleason indicates that Portlanders should look for other surprise participants and says local favorites Michael Allen Harrison and Ian James will be returning again this year.
Also back again are 2008 Mrs. Oregon Int’l - Debra Gilmour, Celebrity Makeup Artist & Hair Stylist - M’chel Bauxal, vocalist Laura Cochran and many more.
ABOUT PORTLAND TEEN IDOL
Portland Teen Idol is an educational and experience-driven career enhancement program whose purpose is to help develop teens’ talents, assist them in reaching their dreams and teach them to see their own potential through industrylike opportunities, performances and mentoring. The video portion provides similarity to how the biz works. thereby expanding the teens’ network and creating a viable system of contacts that may benefit them in future employment and provide real world examples that can be applied to any pursuit, even outside the entertainment industry.
Haley Johnsen from Beaverton has committed to joining this year’s program as a judge.
The Dill Pickle Club Presents A Place Called Home: Animation The second installment of The Dill Pickle Club’s lecture series on the history of filmmaking in Portland takes place on Sunday, April 29 at 1PM at the Hollywood Theatre (4122 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland). The lecture, entitled A Place Called Home: Animation, costs $5 for club members, $10 for the general public and features speakers Rose Bond, Joan Gratz and Joanna Priestly. Tickets can be purchased online here.
About the Speakers ROSE BOND (Chair, Animated Arts, PNCA) will talk about how her recent work takes animation out of the traditional movie house and into the streets with a series of public animated installations that engage architecture, cinema and urban space. Bond has been honored with numerous awards and fellowships from such prestigious agencies as the American Film Institute, The Princess Grace Foundation, Bloomberg L.P. and the National Endowment for the Arts. She is currently researching a proposed media installation for the Smithsonian’s Arts and Industries Building. JOAN GRATZ (Producer, Director and Animator, Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase [Academy Award, 1992]) will speak about her work as an independent animator in Portland. Gratz is an accomplished director, artist and animator, known for pioneering the animation technique known as
claypainting. In 1992, she won an Academy Award for her film Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase. She has worked on many commercial films and shorts, including Return to Oz, Rip Van Winkle and The Creation. She is represented by LAIKA. JOANNA PRIESTLEY (Awardwinning Independent Filmmaker) will discuss the rewards and challenges of being an independent filmmaker. Priestley has directed, produced and animated 24 films that explore abstraction, botany, landscape, aging and human rights. She has received fellowships from Creative Capital, National Endowment for the Arts, American Film Institute, MacDowell Colony, Fundación Valparaíso and Millay Colony. Priestley teaches animation workshops worldwide, was founding president of ASIFA Northwest and has been a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences since 1992.
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