This #Artful8ths offering is just a taste of the talented Singing Sargent Matt Williams.
This interview gives you a little bit of Matt’s personal history intermingled with clips of him singing some of his songs which has been part of his healing process as a veteran coming home from war.
An intensely touching introduction story; this veteran is giving back to his fellow wounded soldiers by donating the profits from his song to a veterans charity. Watch, listen and then if your heart strings are guided to go support this veteran in his goal to support others, go on over and purchase his music.
Original content discovered over on Vimeo & we thought worth sharing with you
The Filming and Editing will soon be finished and ready for Public Viewing, so come celebrate all of the fun and silliness of the many people who took their creative minds, time and energy to Remake the movie “Back to the Future”
There is still time left to get in your own “Cinema Creation” we’re taking in scenes until Oct 6th so call today to get your scene!
What’s Community Cinema?
Community Cinema is a community project in which friends, family and co-workers who are a part of Windsor will be working together to remake a famous film.
In this case, because we at WIN-TV are celebrating our 35th anniversary this year, the film being remade gives a nod to our roots from the 1980’s….Back to the Future!
So get a group of friends, co-workers, civic organization members….
Then we will give you one of the scenes from the movie “Back to the Future” to remake in any way you wish.
Creativity is the key!
Do you want Marty McFly to be played by your cat?
Or how about your toddler dressed up as Doc Brown?
Or maybe you want to re-create your assigned scene completely with Barbie dolls.
Your interpretation is what makes this project so much fun!
^^ Above ^^ Our after-school program showed you a crazy example (they even added in some BTTF Part 2) of what things they wanted to do with our green-screen; but you don’t have to make it that complicated, trust us.
We’ve only got a few rules: 1) Use the same dialog and action that is happening in your assigned scene. 2) Keep within the original time length of your scene.
You have ALL SUMMER to re-create your scene. And we can help you in any way you need, whether it is to borrow a camera, use our studio, or edit.
In September/October, when you turn in your completed scene, we will polish it up and put it together with the other submitted scenes to produce a brand new movie with a Windsor flair!
Then we will invite family and friends to join us all as we get together at the LP Wilson to screen the film in October.
Filming dates: JULY 1-OCT 6 | COMMUNITY SCREENING OCTOBER 21, 2017
Suggested Donation is $25 per team to participate, which benefits WIN-TV and its many public programs