Write your dreams to LIFE~


How do you break into FILM and TV? You WRITE~

This is a wonderful opportunity to take that step toward achieving your dreams as a writer. I have taken classes at FELT and it where I developed and completed I WAS BORN… a play that I wrote in four classes.

I hope you will spend 2012 walking towards your dreams… TAKE JUST ONE STEP… you deserve it! Peace, light and LOVE, Alicia

The Fantastic Experimental Latino Theater presents

“An Introduction to Screenwriting” JOHN RAMAINE -Instructor

107 Suffolk Street, Suite 311, New York, NY 10002

Register for this class at: thefelttheater@yahoo.com

or call (212) 228-3705 or (917) 400-3057 for more information.

FIVE CLASSES: $250.00 (First Session January 31 – February 21, 2012,)

DATES: Tuesday January 31, Thursday February 2, Thursday February 9,

Thursday February 16 and Tuesday February 21

TIME: 6:30 to 9:00 PM

JOHN RAMAINE -Instructor

http://www.picturechiefs.com/Writer.html

http://www.picturechiefs.com/JohnRamaine_Reel.html

John was born and raised in the city of San Francisco. After a stint in the Air Force, he moved to New York City to pursue a theatrical career. Attending the American Academy of the Dramatic Arts, he suddenly began working upon graduation. Starting out in musical theater, (where he performed in the national tour of Man of La Mancha) then wrote, produced and acted in the Off-Broadway play, The Loft before shifting gears toward film. John received the best actor award from the Cine Film Festival for his work on the comedic short, Writer’s Block. He also co-stared in the feature film, Stanley Cuba, The Archive, Inner Circle and Winged Rats.

Starred in the western, Contrition, directed by Jason Begue and received a best actor nomination from the VisionFest in Tribeca in 2010. Also wrote, produced and starred in festival favorite, Psychobabble and co-wrote I am Julia, both directed by production partner, David Capurso. Is also a member of the writing staff of Brooklyn Independent Studios, John’s screenplay titled, 79 Parts was announced by Variety magazine as a production in progress and will begin pre-production by the fall of 2011. John’s other written works include, The Fake, Sic Semper Tyrannus and Thanksgiving.

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DREAM ACHIEVED:

Marisol Carrere: Producer/Writer of “I AM JULIA”…caught in the bully’s lair, in partnership with FELT. A Hunter College Graduate with a B.A. in Theatre Arts (Cum Laude, Award for Excellence in Acting), studied in France at Le Universitè de Reims. Marisol is a member of SAG, AFTRA, NYWIFT, NALIP & HOLA. NY Theatre performances: “ OH!YANTAY” (ACE Award 2011, Peru & NY), “SIEMPRE SE OLVIDA ALGO” (HOLA Award 2010, ACE Nom. 2011), “LA PEQUEÑA CABAÑA” (ACE 2006 Nom. collaborated in translating/adapting from French to Spanish), “ROMEO AND JULIETA”, “BRIEF CONVERSATIONS” (Collaborated in translating from Spanish to English), “LOS SUEÑOS DEL COQUI” (ACE Nom. Best Actress 2007), “ROOSTERS”, “OEDIPUS MAX”, “SECRETOS DE MUJERES”(PR & NY), “SHADOW THEATRE” (Performer/Writer), FILM & TV include: “GUIDING LIGHT”, “DREAMERS”, “CRACK DOWN BIG CITY BLUES”, “QUE LE PARECE” Telemundo, PA for HIV on MTV, Industrials for Phillip Morris and “YOU THE JUROR” Troika Productions, various TV COMMERCIALS & PRINT ADS. Her first play written “Naked Before Me.” Co-Director of FELT’s Educational program/co-producer and collaborated with Gloria Zelaya in the translation/adaptation of Molière´s “THE IMAGINARY INVALID” and “GRITANDO EN SILENCIO” (SCREAMING IN SILENCE) from Deyanira Garcia’s Domestic Violence book of poems.

Please click on the link to watch “I am Julia” video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIHNC3XqK24

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