Successful Filmmaker Initiative Launched


StudioW Film Program: Filmmaker Support Initiative The largest 2017 film project The Sparrow Falling involved over 80 talented community volunteers including writers, actors, stage crew and video production and effects. The bulk of the filming was done over an eight month period with dates or consecutive days reserved for shoots ranging from 2 to 18 … Continue reading Successful Filmmaker Initiative Launched

The Ghostlight Project Launch


Extending an invitation t​o friends of WPAA-TV that are committed to ​Safety of persons, regardless of race, class, religion, gender, or sexual orientation. ​Diverse opinions, dissent, and argument are not only tolerated, but invited. ​Active listening and courageous exchange are fundamental values. ​Collective action, activism, and community engagement, both within and outside the walls of … Continue reading The Ghostlight Project Launch

Oh, What a Nite! Destination Station


Trying something new with a new team, new technology and the same old lack of community engagement (not for lack of trying) can be a bumpy road. All the newness and bumps can also provide insight: Your supporters may someday grow in number but these few early adopters will be forever gold. Hugs to Ed … Continue reading Oh, What a Nite! Destination Station

Poetry Returns to Wallingford – at least for a day


As other teams before them, this year’s CT Teen Poetry Slam Team is making plans to go to San Franscisco, California to participate in Brave New Voices–Witness the Word 2012.  They will be using the WPAA-TV facility to workshop performance techniques and do a fundraising feature performance on April 14th at 8PM.  There is no … Continue reading Poetry Returns to Wallingford – at least for a day

Distracted by studioW — all good


The February studioW show is currently in Post Production. There was a full array of performances that evening hosted by Piece Theatre. The Visual Arts display was equally enchanting with Recycle Art by Karen J Wassmer and Ryk Wilkinson, photography by Steve Walter (his gallery is here). Adam Stone from Boston was the featured Poet. … Continue reading Distracted by studioW — all good