What do you need to know to get that first job on a film set? WIFVNE President Emerita Alecia Orsini walks you through some of the lingo, gear, and best practices for becoming a production assistant.
Do you know how to properly wrap a cable? Fly in a pancake? Or lock up a set? When should you expect to be paid and how much? Review set safety concerns to protect yourself and other crew members. Learn all about this and more, and a few lucky participants will get to prove that they have what it takes.
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Alecia Orsini is an award-winning Producer, Director and Multi-Media professional with 15+ years of experience working in the film industry. She is a Production Manager for film, and is a Board Operator for radio at GBH in Boston.
Alecia is a prominent voice in the region's film community as President Emerita of WIFVNE. She also devotes time to Save MA Film Jobs / MA Film Works, working behind the scenes for the grassroots organization supporting Film Tax Incentives in Massachusetts.
In 2012 she was named one of the Cape & Plymouth Business 40 Under 40 for her volunteer work & entrepreneurship, and in 2019 she was named an Imagineer for her service to the film industry by Imagine Magazine.
Alecia recently returned to the director’s chair and completed filming of the short drama Late Fall.
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