CMTV14 Presents: Adobe Premiere

Dive into Adobe Premier with a video editing course taught by CMTV14 producer and programmer, Darrien Mack.  Join Darrien in our studio for a focused study on Adobe Premiere and gain a baseline knowledge of Adobe and video editing.

  • Using Adobe Premiere basics
  • Importing footage
  • Accessing the tools
  • Working the timeline
  • Navigating the workspace
  • Advanced editing knowledge
  • Effective software workflow

Video Production & Editing – Audio & Lights

Join CMTV14 in studio for our Video Production and Editing series.  This session will focus on audio and lighting.  Tonight we’ll be discussing:

  • Using audio and lighting basics
  • 3-point lighting
  • Applying audio devices
  • Setting up a live stage
  • Lighting a scene

This class is $20 and pre-registration is requested but not required.  Payments can be made on our website via PayPal or at the class with a check or credit card.

 

Contact Darrien at CMTV14 for more information: 509-703-7102 or DarrienM@Community-Minded.org

The Pink Tablet at CMTV14

The Pink Tablet Project is a coalition of artists producing two original performances and an accompanying film for online streaming and broadcast.

The Pink Tablet is a feral opera—part play, part dance, part choral performance. The story it tells wanders a labyrinth of wilderness and femaleness, wherein (like the fairytales it echoes) adults are incapable, unwilling or averse to protecting children—girl children in particular—from the dangers they face by fact of their own existence in the world. Confronted with various modes of aggression, the girls lay claims with a shape-shifting ferocity. But the bodies they become are no safer. Hunted, scapegoated, trapped, and loathed, the complexity we are exploring is the fact of being a being—how in so many small ways we open to and guard against the world in all its shimmering terror and beauty.

 

The Pink Tablet is written, composed, performed, filmed, and edited by a women-led team. In 2015, only 22% of such productions were produced by women, and only 15% by mixed-gender partnerships. The journal of American Theater lists working with women across art forms, building alliances between groups, and encouraging productions by or with participation of women as solutions to the problem of representation in media and entertainment.

The Pink Tablet Project is:

  • Rebecca Chadwell (production and design)
  • Madeline McNeill (original composition and vocals)
  • Love and Outrage Choir (vocals), Ellen Welcker (poetry)
  • Elise Divens (dance and choreography)
  • Darrien Mack (art)
  • Maya Jewell Zeller (narration)
  • Nerma Sultanic (acting)
  • DaShawn Bedford (film production)

Enjoy two performances of this production at the CMTV14 Studios

  • Friday February 9th – 7pm
  • Saturday February 10th – 3pm

For more information, contact: Rebecca Chadwell 509-590-8046 or Ellen Welcker 541-285-1728

Tickets are just $5 and available via EventBright or at the door.

The Pink Tablet at CMTV14

The Pink Tablet Project is a coalition of artists producing two original performances and an accompanying film for online streaming and broadcast.

The Pink Tablet is a feral opera—part play, part dance, part choral performance. The story it tells wanders a labyrinth of wilderness and femaleness, wherein (like the fairytales it echoes) adults are incapable, unwilling or averse to protecting children—girl children in particular—from the dangers they face by fact of their own existence in the world. Confronted with various modes of aggression, the girls lay claims with a shape-shifting ferocity. But the bodies they become are no safer. Hunted, scapegoated, trapped, and loathed, the complexity we are exploring is the fact of being a being—how in so many small ways we open to and guard against the world in all its shimmering terror and beauty.

 

The Pink Tablet is written, composed, performed, filmed, and edited by a women-led team. In 2015, only 22% of such productions were produced by women, and only 15% by mixed-gender partnerships. The journal of American Theater lists working with women across art forms, building alliances between groups, and encouraging productions by or with participation of women as solutions to the problem of representation in media and entertainment.

The Pink Tablet Project is:

  • Rebecca Chadwell (production and design)
  • Madeline McNeill (original composition and vocals)
  • Love and Outrage Choir (vocals), Ellen Welcker (poetry)
  • Elise Divens (dance and choreography)
  • Darrien Mack (art)
  • Maya Jewell Zeller (narration)
  • Nerma Sultanic (acting)
  • DaShawn Bedford (film production)

Enjoy two performances of this production at the CMTV14 Studios

  • Friday February 9th – 7pm
  • Saturday February 10th – 3pm

For more information, contact: Rebecca Chadwell 509-590-8046 or Ellen Welcker 541-285-1728

Tickets are just $5 and available via EventBright or at the door.

Intro to Video Production & Editing

Join our CMTV crew in the studio for an overview of our new class series, Introduction to Video Production and Editing.

  • Take a studio tour
  • Discuss Film-making
  • Display Production Equipment
  • Sample Works
  • Clarify courses and schedules

Monday February 5th 6:00pm – 8:00pm / Pre-registration is requested but not required.

 

 

Contact Darrien at CMTV14 for additional information: 509-703-7102 or DarrienM@Community-Minded.org

 

 

Intro to Film

What’s your story?

Come check out this self-paced workshop hosted by ALTlens.   This two hour intro to film covers basic equipment, creating footage, studio set-up, and working as part of a small film crew. All participants have the option to continue their work toward making a short film for broadcast and streaming. No experience or equipment necessary!

This workshop will be held at the CMTV14 studios, Spokane’s community film studio.

 

*Entrance is located on Browne street, around the corner from Stage Left Theater.

 

Registration is just $10 and can be found on the ALTlens website.

Air your video on CMTV14 – FREE

Go Beyond Facebook and YouTube

Air your video on Community-Minded Television FREE!

Since 2008, Community-Minded Television (CMTV14) has been a place where local video storytellers could share their work, their passion, their point of view. We are dedicated to providing cable access to the people of Spokane.

Right now, we’re accepting video submissions. And we need you! We’re looking for videos that:

  • Entertain
  • Inform
  • Educate
  • Uplift

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can submit a video?  Anyone. You will need to fill out a little paperwork.

What kind of videos are you looking for? Here are some examples, but don’t be limited by this list.

  • Documentary 
  • Historical footage or interviews
  • Original movie or music video
  • Sporting event or concert
  • Public event
  • Lecture
  • How-to video
  • Personal or family stories

 Any restrictions? We cannot accept video with a call to action, profanity or nudity.

What format? We accept videos as MOV files or on DVD.

How long? CMTV14 will accept any length of video. We prefer, 30 second videos, 30 and 60 minute videos.

What is the reach of CMTV14?  CMTV14 can be seen on Comcast channel 14 with a reach of more than 107,000 households in the greater Spokane-area.

How long will this offer last? Normally CMTV14 charges a fee to submit a video for broadcast but we are waiving the fee until the end of 2017.

Get started.

Contact Ben Cabildo at (509) 960-7458 or BenC@community-minded.org