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Short Film Now Casting

Friday, July 6th, 2012

We are in pre-production on our next short film project and we are looking for actors. The story is a comedic short about a Hollywood production that loses one of its star actors just before shooting commences on the climactic scene. If you are interested in participating in this project, please email a headshot and resume to clint(at) Here’s a list of characters:

  • CHUCK (30s-50s) – Military type. Precise. In control. Regimented
  • KRISSY (20s-30s) – Chuck’s assistant. Organized. Dependable. Producer-like.
  • PRODUCER (20s-40s) – Male or Female. Producer for a camera crew. Reporter-like. Business-like. Eager. Professional
  • CAMERAMAN (20s-30s)
  • AUDIO TECH (20s-30s) – Male. Needs to be a little person. Gruff.
  • CLOWN (20s-40s) – Typical clown you might see at a child’s birthday party.
  • PRODUCTION ASSISTANT (teens-20s) – Male or Female
  • THUG (30s-40s) – Muscular. Intimidating.
  • Extras are also needed for a high school football locker room scene, an outdoor basketball scene, and a scene inside a school library.

Currently, our plan is to shoot over the course of two weekends in mid-late September.

Impact – Build Brand Awareness and Customer Response With Video

Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

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If you live and/or work i the Birmingham area, mark your calendars for a FREE lunch-and-learn seminar on March 21, 2011 from 11:30am-1:00pm at the Hyatt Place Hotel on Highway 150 in Hoover (2980 John Hawkins Parkway |  Hoover, AL 35244 |  (205) 988-8444). I will be speaking on the subject of online video and how businesses can utilize this tool to create customer engagement.

People who attend the seminar will…

  • see examples of successful online video and commercial campaigns from the past few years.
  • learn about the staggering growth of online video, and the impact it can have on company brands.
  • gain insights into viral triggers that are a part of any successful video campaign.
  • learn simple SEO strategies that help increase viewership for their online videos.
  • learn how to work with a video production company to create professional video campaigns.
  • have an opportunity to win one door prize at the conclusion of the event.
  • Seating is limited to the first 30 people who register. Registration will open in the next couple of weeks and when it does, I will post a link here.

    We’re Looking for Talent

    Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

    televisionOne of the exciting things we are working on right now is the development of a new documentary reality TV series. The focus of the show will center on a unique business, industry, etc. featuring individuals with charismatic personalities. For reference, think of shows like “Deadliest Catch,” “American Chopper,” “Pawn Stars,” “Construction Intervention,” “Ice Road Truckers,” or “Cake Boss.”

    As a region, the southeast is under-represented when it comes to the shows that are currently being produced, so we are hoping to find some great stories from right here in Alabama. This is where we need your help. If you have a great idea for a new documentary TV series, we would love to hear about it. Send us an email and give us the pitch. If we feel that it has potential, we will get back in touch with you to schedule a time when we can come out and shoot a brief demo reel.

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    Here’s what we’re shooting today

    Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

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    The Countdown Begins

    Monday, January 4th, 2010

    Any entrepreneur will tell you that adaptation is an integral part of a successful business. Companies have to study the marketplace. They have to watch and listen, and be willing to evolve as technologies, trends, opinions, and public tastes change.

    2010 marks Parc Entertainment’s seventh year in business, and during that time we have been able to work with a variety of clients on some great projects. To date, we have branded ourselves as a video production and post-production facility. But we realize that today’s media is more integrated than it was just a few years ago. Video is now a big part of a company’s web presence. Clients that come to us for video production services often ask about web design and development. And web designers are often asked about video production. They each go hand-in-hand.

    As marketing content becomes increasingly connected, we realize that clients need compelling and visually stunning content. They need a production facility that can engage, inspire, and entertain an audience. That’s where we come in. In an effort to give our clients what they are looking for, Parc Entertainment will soon be Red Fox Media. In addition to our video production and post-production services, we now offer full website design, development, and SEO for our clients. By February 1, 2010 we hope to launch our new identity and we encourage you to send us an email, call, or stop by our offices so we can discuss how our production services can benefit your business.

    To see some of the website projects we have already completed, you can click on any of the following links:

    Southern Fastening Systems

    Industrial Health Council

    Shelby Academy

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