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    Wallowa County Chieftain
Arts
wallowa.com
November 18, 2015
A7
MidValley Theater
still looking for ‘Our
Town’ cast members
Wallowa County Chieftain
Kathleen Ellyn/Chieftain
Hunter Russell, 16, of Joseph; Madison Falk, 17, of Enterprise; and Renee Seal, 14, of Joseph watch the playback of a scene
to decide if they need a retake. The team won Best Cinematography for their science fiction entry “Discord.”
13 films debut at ‘best
ever’ 48-Hour festival
Auditions for MidValley
Theatre Company’s Spring
2016 production of “Our
Town” have passed, but the
show remains in need of a
few good men (and boys, and
hopefully a few women as
well).
MidValley Theatre is pro-
ducing the American classic
by Thornton Wilder in con-
junction with Fishtrap as part
of the 2016 Big Read, which
kicks off Jan. 21.
Anyone interested in
joining the cast should con-
tact MidValley Community
Theatre President and “Our
Town” Director Kate Loftus
at (541) 569-2302.
“We still need quite a few
men and really it doesn’t
make a difference what
age,” Loftus said. “We have
parts for three or four base-
ball players the same age as
young male lead, who’s 16.
But we can work with who-
ever is interested. We also
need a couple of women and
other men to play townspeo-
ple — and a couple of grave-
diggers.”
Following casting, actors
will begin rehearsals Jan. 4,
with performance dates set
for the middle two weeks of
February.
By Kathleen Ellyn
Wallowa County Chieftain
It’s a wrap, and a party.
The 4th Annual Ruby
Peak 48-Hour Film Festival
wrapped up Monday night at
the OK Theatre with 13 out of
14 ¿lm companies turning in
their productions.
The crowd ¿lled the the-
ater and the night was ¿lled
with applause.
“This has been our best
year ever,” said co-organiz-
er (along with Carolyn Le-
one) Luke Zwanziger. “What
you’re seeing tonight is im-
pressive.”
(very ¿lm crew ¿nished
its ¿lm from start to ¿nish
in 48 hours, doing their own
writing, directing, shooting,
acting and editing. They were
given genres for their ¿lm,
drawn from a hat, and every
¿lm had to include a self-help
guru, a statue of some kind
and use of the phrase “Con-
ventional wisdom says, ‘You
get what you pay for’.”
The stories of the shoot
included accounts of crying,
whining, epic meltdowns and
hair-tearing technical dif¿-
culties; that, and laughter,
moments of inspiration, ap-
preciation of each other and
awe at their own persistence
and talent.
The winner of the coveted
People’s Choice award was
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Robby Day of Enterprise as the titular character “Tim
Burkhalter for County Magistrate Production Zone 17” in
the film that won People’s Choice Award at the Ruby Peak
48-Hour Film Festival. Day and Dallas Rogers directed the
comedy film.
the team of Robby Day and
Dallas Rogers, both of Enter-
prise, for their comedy sub-
mission “Tim Burkhalter for
County Magistrate Produc-
tion Zone 17.”
More than $2,000 in prizes
were awarded.
Awards winners:
Best Picture (adult divi-
sion): “Unconventional Wis-
dom,” Green Door Works,
directed by Jennifer Hobbs.
Best Picture (student divi-
sion): “The Collector,” KM
Motus Pictare, directed by
Elizabeth Matthews.
Best Actress: Rosie Mov-
ich-Fields in “Escape Artist,”
Peep and Butter, directed by
Tishrei Movich-Fields.
Best Actor: Emrys Hobbs,
7, “Unconventional Wisdom,”
Green Door Works, directed
by Jennifer Hobbs.
Best Sound: “The Guru,”
directed by Brent Wydrinski.
Best Story: “Escape Art-
ist,” Peep and Butter, directed
by Tishrei Movich-Fields.
Best
Cinematography:
“Discord,” FDR Films.
Best Editing: “Dog in
Color,” directed by Jordan
Maslach.
Spirit of Ruby Peak Award:
“Magnetism: a musical,” di-
rected by Amy Beck.
Ag Award: “Beg, Borrow,
and Steal,” directed by Made-
Kathleen Ellyn/Chieftain
Student Filmmakers Steven
Caudill of Enterprise and
Franklin Cook of Joseph do
a run-through of a key scene
(without special effects)
for their horror film entry in
the Ruby Peak 48-Hour Film
Festival.
Dr. Kirsten Caine
Dr. Emily Sheahan
Nurse Practitioner Traci Frye
Mountain View Medical Clinic
lyn Nelson and Rylee Wilcox.
People’s Choice: “Tim
Burkhalter for County Mag-
istrate Production Zone 17,”
directed by Robby Day and
Dallas Rogers.
New Enterprise Location!
603 Medical Parkway
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