Tom DeNucci, an NEIT Digital Media Production (previously called Video Audio Production/Digital Recording Arts) graduate and Director/Writer/Actor with Rhode Island based Woodhaven Productions has invited fellow New England Tech students and graduates to attend Film Forum at The Greenwich Odeum. You could WIN a walk on role in the next Woodhaven production among other prizes.
Register now at theodeum.org. There is a student discount.
New England Institute of Technology Digital Media Production (previously called Video Audio Production/Digital Recording Arts) graduate, Tom DeNucci has movie he wrote, directed and produced, Almost Mercy released worldwide. Almost Mercy was shot and made right here in little Rhode Island.
Congratulations, Tom DeNucci on your continued success in the movie industry and on your appointment as CEO of the Woodhaven Production Company.
Almost Mercy is available on iTunes, Google play store, Vudu, Amazon Instant, Sony Network, M-Go, XBOX, Blockbuster On Demand, Verizon, FIOS, Cablevision, Charter Mediacom.
Two New England Tech Graduates, Paul Raposo and Justin Hebert, show how they are using their degree in Digital Media Production (previously named Associate degree in Video Audio Production and Bachelors degree in Digital Recording Arts) into a great career.
Producing videos to sell homes is a practice that has moved well beyond the rarified realm of the luxury market.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Some videos are clearly amateur jobs, possibly shot with a mobile phone. Some are slickly professional. Others are almost works of art.
Producing videos to sell homes is a practice that has moved well beyond the rarified realm of the luxury market. Westcott Properties, a Providence agency that specializes in foreclosures, is even making videos for bank-owned properties and rentals.
Last week, more than 800 of the nearly 5,200 residential property listings on riliving.com, the website of Rhode Island’s State-Wide Multiple Listing Service, had some sort of video accompaniment. Some of these are video versions of photographic slide shows, many with voice-overs. But others are more lushly produced and look like short films.
Residential Properties, which has five offices in Rhode Island, has two full-time videographers on staff and has made more than 500 videos for clients. The company is planning to expand its video marketing to highlight communities, enhance agent bios, and produce a video podcast featuring CEO Sally Lapides, Readey said.
Chace and Readey said their videos usually include community footage in addition to featuring the house itself. As Readey said, “You’re not just buying the house, you’re buying the location.”
On Tuesday morning, the Residential team was shooting a video for a new listing at 215 Arlington Ave., in Providence; the house is priced at $1,375,000.
Listing Realtor Nancy Markham said it is one of a number of high-end properties coming on to the market this spring on Providence’s East Side. A video “raises the profile of the house higher in search engines,” Markham said, and “everybody is attached to their computers.”
Click the link to read the entire story: Videos of homes for sale are in demand – News – providencejournal.com – Providence, RI.
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New England Institute of Technology continues to grow! Now entering the second phase of its $250,000,000 development program at the East Greenwich campus, President Richard I. Gouse announced plans for expanding academic facilities and programs along with the construction of the college’s first on-campus residence hall.
Phase 2 of the expansion project will include the following improvements:
- More than 300,000 square feet of new facilities.
- A new 400-bed, on-campus dormitory.
- Expanded classroom space, focusing on information technology capability.
- A new student dining area.
- Expanded amenities for students including a fitness center.
- The development of a college ‘green’ open space area.
- Infrastructure upgrades to the college’s 226-acre campus in electrical, water, sewer, drainage, and traffic flow.
President Gouse stated, “This expansion will make New England Tech the region’s largest provider of collegiate level technology-driven training.” In addition, new and expanded programs will be offered that will include advanced manufacturing, health sciences, architecture, engineering, and Digital Media Production (previously known as video/audio production.)
New England Tech has recently completed several significant projects:
- The creation of an information technology workforce training initiative dedicated to meeting the 21st century information technology needs of the region’s employers.
- Accreditation renewal by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.
- Expansion of NEIT’s nursing simulation laboratory making the college New England’s largest and most comprehensive health science education facility.
- Working with the Town of East Greenwich and the State Department of Transportation, NEIT has completed two major transportation projects to assist with traffic flow in the campus area.
- Since 2005, nearly 12,000 students have graduated from NEIT securing employment with more than 4,000 companies, 2000 of them in Rhode Island.
- New England Tech is proud to begin its 75th year of operation and will mark this milestone with anniversary events throughout the year.
President Gouse concluded, “On behalf of our entire college community, I am pleased to announce this commitment to our students, faculty and staff. The first two phases in our campus development will represent a $250 million dollar investment in Rhode Island and our host community, East Greenwich. This economic development investment will place our college at the most advanced levels of workforce training for 21st century employment.”
The Ocean State is going to be the site of another movie beginning this fall. This one about the comeback of world champion Rhode Island boxer Vinny Pazienza . “Bleed for This” is being produced in part by Verdi Productions/Woodhaven Production Co. in East Greenwich, RI. Local filmmaker/actor and NEIT Digital Recording Arts (DRA) Technology graduate, Tom DeNucci is currently part of Woodhaven Production Co.
From the Providence Journal:
Vinny Paz film to begin shooting in Rhode Island this fall
“Bleed for This,” the film about the life of local boxing legend Vinny Paz, will begin shooting in the fall with an estimated budget of $16 million, according to the Rhode Island Film & TV Office.
Oscar-winning producer Bruce Cohen (“American Beauty,” “Silver Linings Playbook”) will join Chad Verdi of Verdi Productions/Woodhaven Production Co. of East Greenwich, Martin Scorsese, Emma Tillinger Koskoff and Noah Kraft as producers on the project. Writer/Producer Ben Younger will direct.
“Bleed for This” tells the story of world champion Rhode Island boxer Vinny Pazienza who suffered a near fatal car accident but went on to win three additional world boxing titles in the 1990s.
via Vinny Paz film to begin shooting in Rhode Island this fall | Entertainment – Music, Theater, TV & more | Providence Journal.
Congratulations to Harrison Braley for winning CertainTeed’s national video contest and giving your mom a great Mother’s Day gift.
From: The Valley Breeze
As a follow up to the story printed a few weeks ago in The Valley Breeze, I wanted to thank all of our family, friends and the community who particpated in the online vote for our video submission to CertainTeed’s Exterior Home Makeover Contest. The short-film was shot, edited and submitted by my son and New England Institute of Technology’s video production student Harrison Braley as a Mother’s Day present. As a result of everyone’s particpation, we accumulated enough votes to make the top 10 contestants, which qualified Harrison’s video “Nightmare on My Street” to be judged in the final round.
CertainTeed awarded our video a special second place prize which will include siding, trim and roofing products, as well as a $500 gift to the videographer. We are very excited to have placed second in a national contest and look forward to remodeling the exterior of our home. From the bottom of my heart, a very sincere “Thank you!”
Billboard Hot 100 artist and New England Tech alum, Iyaz stopped by campus for a visit after attending Sunday’s commencement ceremony where two of his cousins received their Bachelor of Science degree in Digital Recording Arts.
— New England Tech (@NEInstituteTech) May 6, 2014
INTERESTED IN HOW A FILM SET REALLY WORKS?
NEIT GRADUATE, ACTOR/WRITER/DIRECTOR
will conduct a FREE
Production Assistant Workshop
for current NEIT VAP/DRA students and alumni ONLY
SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 2014
9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
NEW ENGLAND INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
East Greenwich, RI
Room S 216/218
SPACE IS LIMITED
Register at firstname.lastname@example.org or with Cheryl Booker at (401)780-4345
9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Sign-in/refreshments
10:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. Introductions by Steven Feinberg Executive Director RI Film & TV Commission
10:15 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Production Assistant Workshop
Tools of the Trade
Working with Talent
Production Drill Exercise
Q & A
TOM DeNUCCI – NEIT Graduate, Actor/Writer/Director
2010 was a big year for Tom, who played “Pax”, a wise cracking rookie cop in the Robert Englund horror thriller “Inkubus”. Later that year, he played alongside Peter Ficinelli in the film “Loosies”, before capping 2010 off with a leading role in “Infected”, playing Michael Madsen’s son. In the summer of 2012, DeNucci teamed up with producer Chad A. Verdi and the Woodhaven Production Company to bring “Self Storage” to life. Tom found himself on both sides of the camera. Aside from writing and directing the picture, he also starred alongside Eric Roberts, Jonathan Silverman, and Michael Berryman. This spring, Tom will be shooting another story he has written, “Almost Mercy”.