Community Media News

Screening of "Veracruz: The Forgotten Grave"

What is happening in the state of Veracruz, Mexico?

“Veracruz: The Forgotten Grave” documents the abuse, kidnapping and murder of students, teachers and activists. This piece produced by Rompeviento TV traces the complicity of the state government with organized crime to perpetrate this terror.

Monday, September 14 - 7PM
Big Roxie - 3117 16 St. San Francisco

Thursday, September 17 - 6PM
UC Berkeley, 5125 Dwinelle

¿Qué sucede en el estado de Veracruz?

Veracruz: La Fosa Olvidada documenta el abuso, secuestro y muerte de estudiantes, maestros y activistas. Este reportaje especial producido po Rompimiento TV traza las complicidades del gobierno del estado con el crimen
organizado para perpetrar el terror en el que se vive en Veracruz.

Lunes, Septiembre 14 - 7PM
Big Roxie - 3117 16 St. San Francisco

Jueves, Septiembre 17 - 6PM
UC Berkeley, 5125 Dwinelle

Producer Spotlight

Your Name:
Matthew Amis

How long have you been a member of CMCM?
Since 2009

The Title of Your Marin TV Series:
Bay Area Beat TV

In a nutshell, describe your CMCM series:
Every independent artist in the SF Bay Area needs the opportunity to be showcased.

Where were you born?
San Francisco

Where were you raised?
San Francisco’s Mission District for 15 years and San Rafael’s Canal District for 15 years.

If you attended college ... What was the name of the school? What was your major?
Marin ROP: Radio Production and Radio Management
College of Marin: Journalism and Health Sciences

What is/was your occupation? How long have you been in this profession?

"marINSANITY" returns via Zoom TONIGHT October 12

Join some of the Bay Area's best and brightest stand-up comedians for another virtual episode of "marINSANITY," Marin TV's crazy funny stand-up comedy show, TONIGHT, Monday, October 12 from 7 - 8 PM. Laughter guaranteed! Please R.S.V.P. to jill@marintv.org to receive a link to the event. Hope to see you in the "Zoom Room1"

San Rafael PD K9 Fundraiser

The Community Media Center of Marin partnered with the San Rafael Police Department's K9 Association to create the following short promo for their fundraiser event on September 28th at the Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center. You can catch the promo here:

http://youtu.be/D_ObWez7OmI

The San Rafael Police Department had a very successful K9 program for over 20 years, but was eliminated in 2003 due to budget constraints. The men and women of SRPD have formed the K9 Association in an effort to rebuild the program solely through fundraising. Contributions from the community and the San Rafael Police K9 Association funded the purchase of two German Shepherds – Ares and Faro. All proceeds from this event will go to the care, training and maintenance of the K9s. The tickets and donations for this event are tax deductable.

"Ask the Experts" - Getting Good Audio TONIGHT September 17

The Community Media Center of Marin’s popular series of master classes goes virtual via Zoom with compelling media-related topics presented by experts in their field.

On Thursday, September 17 (6:30 – 8:30 PM), you'll get a whole new level of appreciation for the importance of capturing good sound. If you're interested in "Getting Good Audio," lend an ear to Andrew Fischer Wong, an instructor for the California Film Institute and BAYCAT Studios, and founder of the Filmmaker Boot Camp in Modesto.

CMCM’s virtual "Ask the Experts" presentations are free for CMCM members. $25 non-member fee includes one-year membership to CMCM plus free admittance to all “Ask the Experts” presentations in this series.

Register at www.cmcm.tv/asktheexperts. For more information, contact jill@marintv.org or call (415) 721-0636.

If you are a CMCM Non-Member you can pay $25 here for the entire series and receive a free CMCM Membership.

"How To" with Dain Bedford-Pugh Zoom workshops August 13, 20, 27

Experience a whole new perspective on video production -- from the convenience of your home -- in this Zoom series of FREE workshops led by accomplished producer/director/editor Dain Bedford-Pugh.

HOW TO: WRITE YOUR SCRIPT
Thursday, August 13 (7-8:30 PM)
Want the screenwriting process to be understandable and inspiring? By the time this Zoom class is over, you’ll be ready to dust off that idea that’s been languishing and put those fingers to the keyboard!

HOW TO: LIGHT YOUR SCENE
Thursday, August 20 (7-8:30 PM)
Next to power, light is a filmmaker’s greatest ally. Don’t settle for available light. Learn some simple tips and tools that can turn your scene from looking bland to beautiful!

HOW TO: FRAME YOUR SHOT
Thursday, August 27 (7-8:30 PM)
Do great painters and photographers allow their subjects to pose anywhere in the frame? Rhetorical question! How you construct your shots speaks volumes. In this workshop, you'll understand the grammar of camera shots.

Book Presentation of "Los Narcos Gringos"

The new research of Mexican journalist J. Jesus Esquivel crosses the border between Mexico and the United States, one of the largest and most complex in the world. While on one side there is blood and violence, on the other reign logistics, racial prejudice and voracious ambition of consumers; all wrapped in a blanket of corruption.

Mexican writer and journalist , J. Jesus Esquivel has been a US correspondent for the magazine Proceso. He is an expert in American politics and has published books like The DEA in Mexico. Accredited to the White House, the US Congress and the United States Department of State. He has worked as a political analyst for several radio and television networks such as National Public Radio, CNN , Univision , Al Jazeera , Telesur of Venezuela and Colombia RCN.

Thursday, October 22 @7PM
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.
2868 Mission St, San Francisco

Patricia Hartigan

How long have you been a member of CMCM?

I first joined CMCM as a Producer back in the ‘90s, and became too busy to be active. I renewed membership in 2010 and became re-certified on the “new” digital cameras/new production studio.

The Title of Your Marin TV Series:

“Land Water and Sky”: Paint-along with Bernie Healey

In a nutshell, describe your CMCM series:

Marin artist Bernie Healey demonstrates how to create beautiful acrylic landscape painting using a paint-along step-by-step process.

Where were you born?

Boston, MA

Where were you raised?

Boston MA and suburb Billerica MA

If you attended college ... What was the name of the school? What was your major?

Catherine Laboure College of Nursing; Boston College; RN/NursingLincoln University Law School SF (Law)

What is/was your occupation? How long have you been in this profession?

RN/attorney; Hypnotherapist/energy healer

What inspired you to produce your own TV series?

I had a dream to video my art teacher, Bernie Healey, painting his acrylic art landscape demonstrations and create a series.

What is your favorite part of TV production?

Marin TV Producers: Submit Your Work for the 2014 Hometown Media Awards!

The Alliance for Community Media (ACM) has issued its call for entries for the Hometown Media Awards. The submission deadline is Wednesday, April 30th — just over two weeks away.

The Hometown Media Awards honor and promote programs created for our local community television channels. Awards are presented to creative programs that address community needs, develop diverse community involvement, challenge conventional commercial television formats, and move viewers to experience television in a different way.

This year’s Hometown Media Awards will be presented at a dinner celebration on Thursday, August 7, 2014 in Philadelphia, PA. The Hometown Celebration is held during the Alliance’s annual conference which is attended by community media professionals, producers and advocates.

All of us at CMCM have been very impressed with the programs seen on Marin TV over past year - take this opportunity to show your work on a national stage! To submit your work, click here. Good luck to all!

RockSteadyFest FRIDAY & SATURDAY

RockSteadyFest presents Virtual Concerts of area musicians on Marin TV Channel 30. Tune in!

An Epic Youth Concert will be shown on Friday September 25 at 7 PM. Featured performers for this local youth concert will include Angel Amador, Josh McGuiness with Ciara Rooke & Will Eisenberg, Rai Zjobe & Susan Zelinsky, Lizzie Lamorte, Kariana Edrington, Sami Weibel & Andreas Psychoyos, Tom Finch & Kimi Keating.

Bay Area musicians Kevin Griffin, Fordham Murdy (aka the Reverend Freakchild, and Cole & Miki Tate will be showcased on Saturday, September 26 at 6 PM.

RockSteadyFest believes Recovery and Healthy Living and Having Fun are the best ways to handle stress during these hard times, and want to remind everyone that they are not alone. Join us in Celebration of Recovery Month and Support Your Local Artists.

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