Marin TV Studio back in production!

Lights!  Cameras!  Action!  The Community Media Center of Marin is pleased to announce the re-opening of the Marin TV production studio effective immediately.
 
Studio-certified CMCM members are welcome to reserve the Studio during regular “block” periods  – Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays from 2 – 5 PM or 6 – 9 PM; Fridays and Saturdays from 11 AM – 2 PM or 3 – 6 PM.
 
Reservations must be made on CMCM’s new content management system – RueShare.  Please email jill@maraintv.org to receive a “Member Invite” that will enable you to activate your RueShare account and begin using the new CMCM reservation system.
 
The studio will operate at 50% capacity.  No more than three people in the Control Room; no more than three people in the Studio.  Social distancing will be enforced.  Mask wearing will also be required, except for talent appearing on camera.
 
Please note that COVID pandemic protocols will be strictly enforced in compliance with California State and Marin County guidelines.  Members will have their temperature taken at the door, and anyone with a measured temperature of 100.4° F (38° C) or greater will not be allowed entrance. 
 

CMCM Virtual Mixer Wednesday, August 11!

The Community Media Center of Marin invites everyone to connect and engage with our creative community during this virtual Media via Zoom. Please R.S.V.P. to Mariposa and Jonah at marinartists@hotmail.com

Marin Movie Club welcomes "Arrival" Wednesday, August 11!

Join self-described movie nerd Dain Bedford-Pugh for a conversation about “Arrival,” a must-see sci-fi experience starring Amy Adams. Stream it and register for the MMC discussion, presented via Zoom, by emailing dain@cmcm.tv

CMCM to close at 3 PM on Friday, July 16

CMCM will be closed at 3 PM on Friday, July 16. We will be open again Saturday, July 17 during our regular hours 11 AM - 6 PM via appointment and/or reservations!

UPDATE: Marin Movie Club explores "Nebraska" July 21

If you're a movie buff, you'll love the Marin Movie Club, a monthly meeting of film fans who gather on Zoom to discuss a variety of noteworthy motion pictures. Join self-described movie nerd Dain Bedford-Pugh for a conversation about "Nebraska," Alexander Payne's 2013 black-and-white comedy-drama road film starring Bruce Dern and Will Forte. View the video in advance, then register for the MMC discussion by emailing dain@cmcm.tv.

CMCM has Re-Opened!

After more than a year of required closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Community Media Center of Marin will re-open on a limited basis effective Wednesday, May 26.

CMCM will resume its regular business hours – Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays from 2 – 9 PM; Fridays and Saturdays from 11 AM – 6 PM, but will operate at 50% capacity for editing access. Due to distancing issues, studio usage will remain off limits until Marin reaches yellow status and/or COVID guidelines change.

The CMCM edit lab will accommodate a maximum of six FCP-certified members at a time in three-hour blocks. Computer statio¬ns are screened for protection and distancing. Reservations will be required and accepted on a first-come first-served basis. No walk-ins will be allowed.

Equipment check-outs will continue. Camera-certified members are welcome to make a reservation on the new CMCM reservation tool.

Camera and editing workshops will be limited to six students, and no CMCM members will be allowed in the Edit Lab when students are attending workshops.

CMCM introduces RueShare

We’ve changed!

The Community Media Center of Marin has a new website for equipment reservations. If you are a current CMCM member who needs to make equipment or studio reservations, please email jill@marintv.org to get an “invitation” to log into our new content management – RueShare – and get acclimated to our new way of doing things.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call (415) 721-0636 and we’ll walk you through the process of setting up your new CMCM account.

Thank you for your support!

Bruce Burtch Photography

The Community Media Center of Marin presents "Bruce Burtch Photography," a virtual photo gallery on exhibit through June 30.

"Over the past nearly 50 years, a high-quality Canon camera was never far from my side," says Burtch, who has been called the "Father of Cause Marketing" and currently serves as executive director/producer, pro bono, of Social Impact Productions, a nonprofit organization focused on producing educational and socially impactful communications.

"Whether splattered with sand from climbing a dune in Death Valley, dust-covered from a dry Native American pow wow, or the tragedy of dropping my best camera into the ocean (a total loss), this wonderful hobby has allowed me to find miraculous beauty in far-off places and my own backyard.  The following is but a sample of what my eyes have witnessed and my camera has captured."

View Bruce Burtch Photography, by clicking HERE

Point Reyes Wilderness in Peril

Point Reyes Wilderness in Peril - A multipart series

Join a team of conservationists, biologists, filmmakers, and local leaders to learn about how this national treasure is being devastated by pollution, habitat loss, and giveaways to private industry. More than 92% of the public polled supports the removal of these ranch lands and restoration of this National Seashore for species protections, land conservation, and future generations.

Co-producers: Diane Gentile and Cynthia Abbott, Series Editor: Tony Sehgal
More information at https://restoreptreyesseashore.org/ and https://savepointreyesnationalseashore.com/

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Free Media Mixer June 2

You're invited!

Be a virtual guest at the Community Media Center of Marin’s monthly virtual Media Mixer. All are welcome to connect with the CMCM creative community, and find out how you can learn to make quality videos that will reach more than 70,000 households throughout Marin County.

Join us via Zoom! Register for the next Media Mixer by emailing jill@marintv.org