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MASTER SERIES: Make-Up for the Film Industry June 20 | $120 with Doug Morrow Untitled Saturday, June 20th, 2015 | 10 am – 5 pm | $120 University of Winnipeg – Asper Centre for Theatre and Film 400 Colony St. (at Ellice, entrance on Balmoral), Room 0T23
During this one day, hands-on course, participants will learn the history and application of silicone/gel filled appliances, transfer (Bondo) appliances and gelatin appliances. Participants will be taught specific hands-on skills with skin preparation, adhesives, application of appliances, colouring and the safe removal methods of the pieces. Participants will also learn how to implement proper skin care and proper safety techniques with the actors’ skin.
About the Instructor
With over twenty years experience as a makeup artist in film and television, Doug Morrow has been involved with almost every aspect of creative makeup. From beauty and character to puppets and prosthetics, his love of film keeps his feet firmly planted during those long 18-hour days. Credits such as Happy Gilmore, The X-Files, Capote, Jumanji, and The Haunting in Connecticut are just a few of the more than 100 film and television projects Morrow has been involved with over the years.
Participants must be 18 years of age or older to register and attend the course. Participants must register in advance of the course. No drop-ins. Registration is on a first come, first served basis – unless otherwise specified. Enrollment may be limited. Registration for all courses, including weekend workshops, must be done between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday (except holidays). All registrations must be received and confirmed in-person or by telephone with an FTM staff member during office hours. We do not confirm or accept registrations via email. Payment in full is required to secure a spot in an FTM course.
Registration can be done in one of two ways:
In Person – cash, cheque, VISA and MasterCard, and debit are accepted. (Please make cheques payable to Film Training Manitoba.) Our offices are located at 100 – 62 Albert Street, in Winnipeg’s Exchange District. We are open to the public Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
By Phone – VISA and MasterCard only. Registrations are accepted via the main line at 204-989-9669. *We do not confirm or accept registrations via email.
Participants must cancel up to 4 full business days prior to the course start date to receive an 80% refund. No refund will be given to participants who cancel within 4 full business days before the course start date, or if they do not attend the course. Film Training Manitoba reserves the right to cancel, or postpone, any course where a minimum registration level has not been met. Participants registered for a course that is canceled will receive a full refund.
Breaks and Refreshments
All course participants are responsible for their own lunch.
Who: Everyone ages 16 and up. Players are required to sign a copy of our waiver form, minors must have their parents/guardians sign the form. Even if you signed it last year you must sign again this year. All players (including zombies and other volunteers) who have not signed the waiver form will not be allowed entry into the game. The waiver form can be downloaded by clicking the following link, copies will also be available at the Apocalypse. zombiegame.steinbachlarpers.co…
Cost: Tickets for the 2015 Zombie Apocalypse are $25 in advance and $30 at the door (cash only at the door). Tickets are not yet up for sale for this years game but will become available shortly. All proceeds from this event are kept within the Society and used to enhance player experience by increasing the quality of the groups site and kit.
Parking: As space is limited, we have a $5 parking fee per vehicle. The purpose of this fee is to encourage carpooling to conserve room, as such If your vehicle is full (1 player per seat) the fee will be waived. This fee is paid in cash to the parking attendants upon arrival.
Note: This fee is waived for Game Volunteers (not including starting zombies).
What to Bring: A flashlight, good footwear, clothes/costume that can get dirty, anti-zombie weaponry (for details on what types of weapons are acceptable please click here), extra Ca$h for the merchandise and concession stand, as well as camping supplies if you plan to stay overnight. For more info on camping go here.
Lost and Found: All items you bring into the game are your responsibility, if you leave something behind it is not our job to get it back to you, that said, we try to ensure that all labelled items are returned to their owners, if your item is not labelled then there is little we can do for you.
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Samantha P Castillo here. As many of you may know, the World almost lost my husband, Tommy Castillo, in October of 2014. His ongoing battle with Diabetes took a horrible turn for the worse nearly killing him. While on the outside and to everyone it may seem like Tommy is doing better, in fact, things aren’t progressing very well. Because of this recent down turn in his health, the Diabetes is now attacking Tommy’s eyesight -which is an artist’s worst fear. To put it plainly, the diabetes is destroying the small blood vessels in the back of Tommy’s eyes causing them to bleed. Without surgery this will cause Tommy to go blind within a year- maybe less. Each surgery is $ 4,000 per eye.
The doctor told us that he will need AT LEAST two treatments in each eye plus perscriptions and recovery time. Tommy had to use this same surgery to save his eyesight once before nearly 9 years ago. Despite the surgery, it left him nearly blind in his right eye.
His left eye being dominant is now the one in the most danger. As all of you know, Tommy is a wonderful and caring man. Never asking for anything, but always willing to help a new artist spread their wings and always willing to donate to Charities. Heck in the past 7 years he’s help raised over $100,000 for Make-a-wish and many of his former students are now leaders in the art field. I fought with Tommy about whether or not to put this up.
But despite all of our success, and with lack of medical insurance, we have depleted our life savings and the money we saved to put down to purchase a house. Many of you own a piece of Tommy’s art, whether it is an original or a print. I ask that you please look at it and think of what a dark world it would be if the lights go out on my husband. Oz will be forever dark.
Please donate. Even $1 is one closer to helping keep the light in this world we all know as Tommy Castillo. Thank you for your time and care. Please share this with as many as we can. www.youcaring.com/medical-fund…