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LMCTV Summer Filmmaking Workshop

LMCTV Announces Summer Filmmaking Workshops

LMCTV Teen Summer Filmmaking Workshops

Make a movie at LMCTV this summer.  Geared for young people 13 and up, LMCTV’s summer filmmaking workshops are an opportunity to learn hands-on video and filmmaking skills.  From script writing, to cinematography, to computer video editing and more, participants will write, shoot, direct, act and edit their own movie!  Each workshop is held Monday through Friday from 10am-3pm for three weeks at LMCTV’s Studio in Mamaroneck, NY.  Workshop I runs from July 3 – July 21 (no class on July 4) and Workshop II from July 24 – August 11.  Led by independent filmmaker and LMCTV staff member Dena Schumacher, the workshop is in its seventeenth year.   Open enrollment starts now.  Space is limited.  Please direct all inquiries to Matt Sullivan @ msullivan@lmc-tv.org or call 914-381-2002 x 202.

If you would like to view examples of previous workshops, please CLICK HERE!

To enroll, please fill out the forms below:

 

Parental Off Premisses Consent Form 2017

Participation Form 2017

Please mail back forms to:

LMCTV

attn: Matt Sullivan

740 W. Boston Post Rd. #311

Mamaroneck, NY 10543

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Tonight on The Local Live – Political Campaigning

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THURSDAY, APRIL 27th ON 
THE LOCAL LIVE
 
POLITICAL CAMPAIGNING STARTS EARLY
 
Campaign season seems to have gotten off to an early start this year. 
 
  • Who’s running for Village of Mamaroneck mayor and who’s not?
  • Who’s not running at all?
  • What are Mamaroneck schools parents saying about the upcoming budget vote?
  • What’s happening with the League of Women Voters?

This and much more hyper-local news on The Local Live.

 
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LMCTV Announces its Award Night Nominees!

Award Night Nominees 2017.00_02_16_19.Still001Here are the nominees if you missed The Local Live announcement. Come and join us for Award Night on Wednesday May 24th at 7pm at the VFW 1156 on Boston Post Rd. All are welcome to come and cheer for their favorite volunteers, producers and production.

Please RSVP through EventBrite by CLICKING HERE!  If you would like to take out an ad in our Award Night Brochure, please fill out the form: Award-Night-Brochure-Ad-Order-Form-2017

Best of luck to all!

Best New Series
Amor Hecho Pedazos – Producers Dena Schumacher and Sheyla Navarro
The Rascal – Producer Andrey Gordon
Gateway Realty – Producer Chirag Shah
Balance Dilemma Producer – Producers Maura Carlin and Christie Derrico
Cooking with ChefTini – Producer Jovan Richards
WEN Women’s Entrepreneurship Network – Producer Johanna Zeilstra

Best Series
Scriptless – Producer Alan Bendich
Hope in the Bible – Producer Laura Cruz-Colon
Scriptly Adapted – Producers Kate Howard and Kayode Howard
Still Trying – Producer Henry Newberger

Best Videography for a Community Production
Larchmont 125th Birthday weekend … Annual Arts Festival -Camera: Lisa Kerhle
Rag-A-Muffin Parade – Camera: Zack Broodie-Stewart
Larchmont 125 Commemoration and Fire Dept History Mobil Tent – Camera: Xavier Campo
Along the Ave House Tour- Camera: Mike Fedorovsky
Marine Education Center Grand Re-opening -Camera: Astrid Rivera & Sasha Mitsh

Best Single Program
Health Fair 2016- French American School Productions, The Rye YMCA
Fourth Annual Leprechaun Leap- Jerry Peters, South East Consortium
Fashion SHEek: Teens Take the Runway- Nicole Sheindlin, Her Honor
Along the Ave House Tour – Dee Van Eyke, Larchmont Historical society
Kiwanis 43rd Annual Car Show – Jack Saraceno, Kiwanis Club

Best Editor for a Community Production
Fourth Annual Leprechaun Leap Editor Jessica Hughes
Marine Education Center Grand Re-opening Editor Briana Fioretti
Kiwanis 43rd Annual Car Show – Kiwanis Club Editor Lisa Kehrle
Village of Mamaroneck Fire Department Safety Day Editor Astrid Rivera
Village of Mamaroneck Spooktacular Editor Bryan Diaz

Best Package for a Local Live Package
Polpettina – Gabe Tugendstein
Muhammad Ali – Eli Lederman
Estancia Buenos Aires – Meral Kathwari
Larchmont 125 – Alexandria Garcia
Frankie & Fanucci’s – Kevin Vachna

Best Videography for a Local Live Package
Larchmont 125 – Zack Broodie Stewart and Xavier Campo
Estancia Buenos Aires – Mike Fedorovsky
Westchester Tattoo Convention – Mike Fedorovsky
Bullseye Glass – Matt Bildzock
Badger Swim Club- Michael Witsch

Best Editing for a Local Live Package
Larchmont 125 – Alexandria Garcia
18I8 Men’s Hair Salon – James Levinson
Frankie & Fanucci’s – Kevin Vachna
Polpettina – Gabe Tugendstein
Badger Swim Club – Zack Broodie Stewart

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Watch The Local Live: The Rye Neck School Budget 4/20/17

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WATCH 
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THE RYE NECK SCHOOL BUDGET 
 
May 16th is the vote on the Rye Neck School Budget. Learn what you need to know to make an informed decision. 
 
Join us in a discussion with 
Dr. Barbara Ferraro
Superintendent of Schools, Rye Neck School District
and
Dr. Kimberly Bucci
Assistant Superintendent for Business and Finance, Rye Neck School District
 
 Call in, email or tweet your questions for Dr. Ferraro and Dr. Bucci.
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Watch This Week’s Local Live “Working With Autism” 4/13/2017

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WORKING WITH AUTISM 
 
April is National Autism Month. 
 
Learn about efforts to foster independent and productive lives for persons with autism.
 
Join us in a discussion with 
Linda Banta
Larchmont mother of a special needs son & Special Needs Director of Backyard Sports Cares
and
Marjorie Madfis
Founder & President of Yes She Can – a non-profit dedicated to helping teen girls and young women with autism develop job skills and achieve greater independence.