How creative can you get in SIX seconds?
Dollar Bank and Pittsburgh Filmmakers are hosting a VINE short video competition during the 32nd Three Rivers Film Festival. This is all you do:
1. Download or open your already downloaded VINE app.
2. Follow the simple instructions in the app to create a 6-second long loop video using your smartphone – be creative, be original, have fun! (Try stop-motion, include original or handpicked audio, get crazy with props and settings, etc.)
3. Hashtag your video #3RFF2013 and email your VINE username to email@example.com so that we may contact you if you win!
4. All submissions with the hashtag #3RFF2013 will be viewed and judged at the conclusion of the film festival and winners announced at the annual Competitive Shorts program on Saturday afternoon, November 23, at 2:45 p.m.
1st prize – Best overall original VINE -- a one-year PF/PCA membership!
2nd prize – Best 3RFF themed VINE -- 5 admit-one movie passes; good for regular admission to Pittsburgh Filmmakers' Theaters!
3rd prize – Funniest VINE -- a $20 Spak brothers gift certificate!
In addition to the Competitive Shorts Program, we have selected 8 short films made by local filmmakers, that will precede some of the feature films in the festival. See each feature film’s description for the day, time and theater of screenings.
The short films are:
White by Lucas Omar, plays before Go Down Death
Emmett Frisbee presents: Pittsburgh by Christopher Smalley, plays before Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction
Tear It Up, Son! by Ross Nugent, plays before House with a Turret
Gas Rush Stories: Renewable Energy Experts by Kirsi Jansa, plays before Idle Threat
Motor City Monorail by Adam Paul Amrhein, plays before Jamel Shabazz: Street Photographer
The Rich Coast by Michael Maraden, plays before The Last Time I Saw Macao
Master Visual Artists: Mark Perrott by Gretchen Neidert, plays before Braddock, America
Emak Bakia by Man Ray (live accompaniment by Lungs Face Feet), plays before The Search for Emak Bakia
Three Rivers Film Festival: Opening Night Party!
Pittsburgh Filmmakers at 9:00pm
$15 Opening Night Film Ticket (includes party)
$10 tickets at the door (party only)
Great Lakes beer, wine, desserts, and snacks
Two food vouchers for food trucks from: Franktuary, Lomito, and Steer & Wheel
Lungs Face Feet performing throughout the night
Throw Down 2 dance party at Melwood with DJ/VJ Mike Bonello
Pittsburgh Filmmakers Cornhole
Safe Light: a Father-Son, multi-media collaboration between Nick and Dennis Childers, exhibiting digital prints and an experimental video installation
Opening night party sponsored by All Occasions, Marriot Springhill Suites, & Great Lakes Brewing Co.
This year 3RFF offers five separate microcinema events around the city. The emergence of microcinemas in virtually every city across the country is a growing phenomena that fits squarely in the DIY movement. The screenings tend to take place in non-traditional spaces with limited seating. Many are run by non-profit groups, such as collectives or maybe just a passionate group of friends who enjoy offering a variety of alternate film and video programming to small audiences. In fact Pittsburgh has a rich history of microcinema exhibition, from the inception of Pittsburgh Filmmakers, to present-day gallery, pub, and house screenings. These uncensored programs offer an alternate way to view moving images. The five programs take place in five different locations. Presented in cooperation with Incite Journal for Experimental Media.
INCITE presents.....at Melwood Screening Room, 477 Melwood Ave.
jORGONEson presents.....at Irma Freeman Center for Imagination, 5006 Penn Ave.
The Nightingale presents..... at The New Bohemian, 887 Progress St., includes brunch ($10)
PERV presents.....at The Shop, 4314 Main St.
Spectacle presents.....at brillobox, 4104 Penn Ave.
All tickets are available in advance through ShowClix.com up until two hours before showtime.
Remaining tickets will be sold and Six-Pack admissions accepted at the door one half-hour before showtime.
All Opening Night films, includes gala party at 477 Melwood: $15.
Gala Party Admission: $10 at the door
Single ticket for regular films: $9 thru ShowClix.com; $10 at the door.
Children’s tickets (under 12): $5.
Most microcinema programs: $5.
“The Nightingale Presents” microcinema, includes brunch: $10.
“The Closed Circuit” (Nov. 14 screening) with party: $15.
Closing Night film, includes outdoor reception: $15.
Six-pack Pass (good for six regular films): $50.
The Six-Pack Pass is $50 (good for six regular admissions, not special events).
Six-pack passes can be purchased at all three theaters, or at Filmmakers offices in Oakland, during regular business hours.
Six-Pack Passes are not available through ShowClix.
Please note: No phone orders are being taken at Pittsburgh Filmmakers.