On behalf of the TAMMP board and members, we would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the Beasley Family. Johnny Beasley passed away on December 29th, 2014.
His memorial service will be held on Monday, January 12, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. at Presbyterian Park Cities.
4124 Oak Lawn Ave.
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If you wish to have a HOT LINK to your email, IMBD or URL, put it in the TEXT body of your TAMMP listing. YOU NEED TO SELECT FULL HTML AS YOUR TEXT FORMAT. This allow anyone viewing your page to go directly to your email address or website. By a simply CLICKING on the HOT LINK!
TAMMP WELCOMES 2 NEW BOARD MEMBERS!
Erin Parisi - Development and Activities along with Gretchen Young - Social Media/PR, have joined the TAMMP Board. We are now bigger and stronger than ever! New Seminars and events are in the works for next year. Please, stay tuned and on behalf of the TAMMP Board, have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving. Go to the website and log in with your User Name and Password. Update your phone and email.
December is already upon us.
TAMMP board members will be spreading good cheer at everyone’s Holiday Party’s. The Board is busy planning next year’s events. We will not be having a December meeting. There is only so much we can accomplish over the Holidays. Know that great things are in the works!
TAMMP is working very hard to promote Film and TV production in the State of TEXAS!
SHAME ON YOU!
Everyone has received at least 2 emails and a phone call regarding payment of yearly dues. There are currently 80 members whose memberships are up or WAY OVER DUE! If you check the website and you are NO LONGER THERE, it is because your account has been disabled due to lack of payment. If you have had issues renewing your membership on line, please send an email to the office: email@example.com If you just send a check to the office, all will be solved in a spit second! Once your payment is received, your account will be re-activated and all your information will magically reappear! The WIZARD is at work!
The office is run on an entirely VOLUNTEER BASIS.
DFW FILM COMMISSION LOSES TWO STAFF MEMBERS.
Jan Thomas, the location coordinator for the DFW Film Commission retired on Oct. 24, 2014 after 7 ½ years. Jan did a fantastic job and will be sorely missed. On behalf of the TAMMP board and all it’s members, we wish her well in her new endeavors and thank her for her years of service. She did a fantastic job and was always a pleasure to work with.
Jan will be one of our panel members on Good Business Practices in the up coming seminar on November 15, 2014 at Light Tech Inc. She was the founding President of the Dallas Association of Make Up Artists and Stylists ( DAMAS) and worked for over 20 years as a freelance production coordinator and stylist in the still photography business. Her business practices became the standard back in the 80’s. Come and learn a lot from a real pro!
Lisha Brock, Administrative and Marketing Coordinator left the DFW Film Commission on Oct. 8, 2014 to return to the freelance world to continue her passion for film production. TAMMP salutes Lisha for her time at the DFW Film Commission, and thanks her for her meticulous service to our industry.
YOU HAVE BEEN DE-ACTIVATED!
If you are no longer appearing on the TAMMP website, it is because your membership has been deactivated for non -payment of dues.
At the risk of sounding like your Mother, Lynne Moon runs the office on a completely volunteer basis. You all have been notified by email and phone messages. Many have remained on the site well passed your expiration date. Shame on me for trying to make a living and keep the office and website running so that you can be found to be hired.
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. Get your butts in gear and pay your dues. Nothing will be back dated. If you pay today, that begins your 1 year term on the site. Your information will be re-activated and you won’t have to go through the pain of typing everything in again.
Since there are no UNION network shows in town and no mention of any big movies coming in to shoot, you may not be working. If you are in the UNION, you are on a roster and have the advantage of being called. If you are a business, vendor or non- union crew member, how do you advertise yourself for hire? How do you get found to work commercials and corporate gigs? GET LISTED in the on line TAMMP directory.
The TAMMP website is now mobile app friendly. Since the rule of advertising is 3, it would be a great idea to get listed anywhere you can. The more your name is seen, the more credence you have and the bigger advantage you have of being hired. $75.00 is a small price to pay for work that could land you a long -term client.
DO SOMETHING TO PROMOTE YOURSELF TODAY!
TAMMP RECEIVES KUDOS FROM THE STATE OF TEXAS
The TAMMP party on October 4, was attended by Laura Kinkai , from the State Film commission office. The organization was honored with a framed declaration signed by Governor Rick Perry, for 40 years of service and promotion of the film. Laura also presented Kerry Rike with a framed declaration thanking him for his 40 plus years of service to the film community.
It was a great event. The organization would like to thank the following companies and individuals who donated to make this such a wonderful evening.
Tommy and Deborah Alcala, Bob Alford, Sandy B. Stephen Beasley, Stacy Brownrigg, Nancy Campbell, Dan Clear, David O. Daniel, Joe Dishner, Bill Elliott, Doug Freeman, Leila Heise, Dan Jackson, Gary and Laurie Jay, Janet Lawler, Brian McGee, Susan McGill, MPS, Moondrops N Props, Panavision, Lowery Perry, Mike Patillo, Juan Romero, Don Reddy, Diana Scott, Matt Stocks, Angelo Suasnovar, Michael Tomassetti, Russell Towery, Mark Underkofler, Mark Wells and Nance Williams and Dean Weaver.
The party was a great success and TAMMP was so honored to present Kerry Rike with the STARS OVER TEXAS award.
If you have nominations for next year, please send them to the TAMMP office: firstname.lastname@example.org Label the email: NOMINATION. The nominee must have 30 or more years in the film industry. They do not have to be a TAMMP member.
TAMMP launched a new and improved mobile app friendly website on August 28, 2014. Please go to www.tammp.com and check your listing.
If you are not showing up, it may be that you have never logged into the site with your user name and password and entered your contact information. Go to www.tammp.com In the USER MENU on the right hand side of the home page, type in your user name and password. YOU must set this up. The office does not know your user name or password. Once that is set, click on MY ACCOUNT. A new page will show up where you click on the EDIT tab. This takes you to a page of blank fields. All fields that are marked with a red dot must be filled in for you to show up on the site. You are registered on the site through the email address you used when you paid. If someone paid for your account with THEIR credit card, the account will be registered under the email address they entered when they paid for your membership.
You can email the office at: email@example.com
You can call the office at: 214-766-1924
Please remember, this office is run on a strictly volunteer basis. The staff will get back to you as soon as possible.
TAMMP GEARS UP FOR THE OCTOBER 4, KICK OFF PARTY!
The plans have been in the works for over 1 year. Tickets are now on sale through the TAMMP website. Go to www.tammp.com and you will be able to donate and buy tickets for this event. Tickets on line are $10.00. Tickets at the door are $15.00. Please purchase your tickets early. This helps determine the amount of food to order. If you wish to make a donation of any amount, you can send a check to TAMMP 's office at 9629 Carnegie Dr. Dallas, TX 75228. Your name will go onto the donor list as a sponsor. This is a tax deductible donation along with ticket sales.
If you have made a pledge to donate, please get your checks sent in. All food orders must be finalized by September 27th.
TIME & DATE: October 4, 2014 7 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.
VFW POST 6796
9179 Garland Rd.
Dallas, TX 75218
The VFW parking lot is free and you can always park in the overflow lot ½ block north of the building next to the shopping center/apt. complex. It is well lit and safe. The TAMMP welcomes all film industry crew, family, vendors and facilities. Please help spread the news! Cash Bar! Food is being catered from the Dixie House! Casual dress, good company, lots of fun. HONORING KERRY RIKE!