Be A Part Of Innovation And Creating Great Moments On Film
We’re having a cool and fun shoot on October 29th for an urban short film documentary. If you’re in the area of Providence RI; We’re inviting you to have a part in this awesome moment that will be a part of the film and help in creating this scene in the urban short film doc. It’ll be easy and fun while also being a great memorable experience. This particular shoot will involve a cool/ fun crowd of people surrounding a group of dancers doing a choreography combo on a nice Autumn day at a beautiful park. At the end of their dance piece, everyone will clap along with the dancers enthusiastically and then we jump with joy at the beat drop. I’m filming this scene to showcase unity, diversity and positivity in the urban film.
What The Urban Short Film Doc Is About
We’re filming for a new documentary showcasing Feed The Streets USA (FTSUSA), an awesome and innovative non-profit that contributes to the community and beyond by feeding the homeless with high quality meals, supporting agricultural for better ingredients for our foods, and educating parents and the youth on healthy eating/ nutrition (more info on them, on their site).
There ideals and ambition align with part of what WGP is about. Better quality food for better energy and lifestyle is what allows us to unleash our creativity and how they help the world is rooted in urban community and innovation. We’re happy to collaborate our cultures to push forward change.
A chance to be part of a fun moment in an inspiring urban documentary. An urban film doc about making change and giving back to your community through Feed The Streets USA along with the themes of hope and empowering one another.
This scene is part of other urban scenes to contribute to a film, a sense of unity, fun and diversity amongst dancing and indie music in a community setting. Looking forward to seeing everyone there. And again I’m filming this scene to show and reinforce the themes of unity, diversity and positivity.
Location: 2 Kennedy Plaza, Providence, RI 02903 (Burnside Park In Providence RI; across from Kennedy Plaza)
Date: October 29th, 2016, Saturday
Time: 2:30pm – 4:30pm
Producers: Alex Gomes & Patrick Straus
Director: Alex Gomes
Scene: Crowd & Dance Sequence that is part of the intro of the Urban Short Film Doc
Production Type: Urban Short Film Doc
Flow of Shoot:
2:30 – 2:45pm: Get people in positions
2:45 – 3:00pm – Explain and demonstrate how the shoot will be executed
3:00 – 4:00: Shooting main parts
4:00 – 4:30 Giving out free shirts and shoot spontaneous freestyle dance sessions
If you have any questions about the film, contact the Director/ Producer, Alex Gomes;
If you have any questions about FTSUSA, contact the founder, Patrick Straus;
Website for FTSUSA:
Be The Change
This shoot along with the urban short film doc will be awesome. I love when art can help a good entity spread their message and good will. This non-profit (Feed The Streets USA) has an interesting edge to them and they look to be innovative in how non-profit works in making change. Enjoy yourself in the great energy of a urban film shoot, clap/ share good vibes and have a good time! Invite all the fun, positive and amazing people we’re sure you know. Save the date. This a chance to help shaping part of a film that is being created to inspire, energize, motivate and make that impact/ change.
I look forward to seeing you all there!
Create & inspire,
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