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On the cover we have a photo of Alessio Cappelletti
and Damien Chinappi.
Damien Chinappi is an actor who has inspired
our writer to think about acting in a field that she
is already familiar with as a makeup artist and
stylist. Damien is comfortable working in a special
way in which he finds his characters through
voice first, then movement. He then takes these
characterizations to the real world to learn more
about the character and to see how it feels. He
believes once it works in the real world it most
certainly will work on set. Damien resides in Providence Rhode Island and works
in Boston quite frequently.
Like many in his peer group Damien has a mentor and coach. His is Alessio
Alessio Cappelletti is a writer/director of film and theater and an engaging actor.
He is based in Rhode Island, however works throughout the region including in
NYC. Alessio is an especially gifted acting coach and teacher, He has received
developmental financing, representation, and attached critically acclaimed
collaborators for his upcoming film “PARA LA PAZ (FOR PEACE). He is a former
founding board member with the Internationally renowned arts company “Mind
The Art Entertainment” and a current member of the company “IHS”.
Young Guns and Masters is written by Lori Grenier and looks at how she has found
that being an actor takes study, learning and practice. This is their story.
Take Two by Carol Patton
In August we begin thinking about what September will bring. Back to business as usual just preys on everyone’s mind toward the end of summer and that’s where we’re headed, but not quite yet…
There are still film festivals to plan for and attend. And right now we are examining just how our industry in Massachusetts escaped any capping or alterations to our hard fought for 25% Film Tax Credits this year and how do we prepare for next year. It’s true that we have our tax credit intact for another year. Although, we do have to deal with the fact that we do not have as many votes or support in the Senate as we did have when our original legislation was passed and updated or as we did during the vacillation of our previous governor
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