Due to a great response, the 7:15pm’s RSVP list is now filled! Thank you! If you are still interested in coming to see the film, there are spots available at 9:15. Email me at carrie(at)4trackfilms(dot)com or send me a message on FB.
If you have already RSVP’d for the 7:15 show, PLEASE arrive by 6:45 to check in. Then feel free to wander about, grab a 1/2 price pint from the cafe or some grub, or step out to the Lakewalk for a few minutes. After 6:45 we will be releasing seats to those who are waiting.
If you have any questions, please email me at the above.
Also – I’ll be doing an interview this evening on The Local on KUMD – talking about & playing some of the awesome local music in the film!
At long last, 4 Track Films is having a sneak preview of its latest feature length film, The Life of Riley. Come on down to the Zinema on Monday, June 13, and be the first to see the film. The Life of Riley not only shows off the beauty of Duluth and the North Shore, but also features many local (and a few from the Twin Cities) actors, technicians and designers. Also featuring homegrown music from Low, the Black-eyed Snakes, Charlie Parr, Haley Bonar, Mary Bue, the Alrights, the Very People, Cars & Trucks, the Keep Aways, Kathy McTavish, Crew Jones, Equal Xchange and Minnesota-grown Martin Zellar.
This screening will be a fundraiser to help us get a jump start on our festival circuit. $10 suggested donation with Q&A and informal reception afterward.
If you have any questions, please email Carrie at carrie @ 4trackfilms.com
We’re going into production again on a new 4 Track Film. This one is entitled THE LIFE OF RILEY and is a romantic comedy. We’re shooting in and around Duluth and a little up the North Shore.
I’m looking for PA’s and also extras. PA’s I need here and there throughout our shoot from this Friday, August 21st through Sunday, October 4th (24 shooting days within that time period). You can sign up for certain days – you needn’t be available for all days. No experience necessary. We need help with all departments including – camera/grip; electrical/lighting; art department; craft services; sound; security; etc. There are lots of jobs from keeping the public out of our shots (for instance when we’re shooting on the beach) to lugging gear & running cables; to pushing dolly carts & rigging lights – and much much more! If you are interested, please email me at [email protected] and I’ll get you on our schedule. There is no pay, but there is eternal gratitude, meals on set, copies of the DVD when it comes out, invites to our wrap party, and of course a credit in the film.
We’re also looking for extras for our overnight shoot on Sunday, August 30th. We will be shooting beginning around 3am and need 15-20 people to be ‘club goers.’ Yes, it’s a late night, but that’s when bars are closed. For this shoot we’re looking for anyone 18+ who doesn’t mind being up in the middle of the night! Again – email me at [email protected] if you’re interested.
There may be more opportunities in the near future, so check back here; check our website, follow us on Twitter & Facebook, etc. You can always email me directly or call our office as well (218-336-1372).
Thanks! And thanks for supporting Independent Film in Duluth!