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Andrea K M Capere
Worked at IATSE Local 15
Attends Pacific Lutheran University
Lives in Tacoma, WA
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Here's what I'm thinking about a "social media strategy" because I don't know. I mean, I can certainly be trusted to develop such a strategy for a business. It is, after all, what I've done for bread in the past. 

What I'm thinking is:

Facebook: Professionally minded posts related to social justice, sociology, filmmaking, and media. And relentless hackery of the tune of "come see my movie!"

Twitter: Much the same. Except retweeting other people's cool shit. Drunk twitter with +Tyler Yoder. Also, anything witty I think could fit in 140 characters.

LinkedIn: A glorified resume, full of other people's self-interest. Or, an online circle jerk where everyone wears pantsuits, apparently.

Tumblr: Porny stuff? Weird pictures I take? I don't know. I could be super QUILTBAGPIPE pinko-commie here. I mean, I'm totally out and all, but I think Tumblr is where it's at for the subversive shit I am and like.

G+: Maybe my recipes and subsequent food porn? I still haven't figured out what to do here.  I'll give it another week, and then it might need to DIAF.

Wordpress: Prosey bullshit and sexy poetry. You know you want to read it.

Tell me what I'm doing wrong, folks.
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G+ has Circles. Groups of like-minded liking and sharing.
Now . . . Choose your circles!
Choose wisely.
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Come see 32 films for the price of one!
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Shit is getting real...
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Merde
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Wait, the fact that some people can name a few big-name female directors doesn't mean the celluloid ceiling has been busted? I AM SHOCKED BY THIS NEWS. SHOCKED I TELL YOU.
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Women can make movies?
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Joe Cinocca originally shared:
 
+Michael Mozart is an absolute LEGEND. This Video is #epic #insane #deadon #amazing - Screw NBC Universal #stopsopa #stoppita #universalblows #cnetmustgo #nikeblows #riaa #share #plusone
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I really like this!
But I grew weary of him repeating himself so much.
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I wrote this and submitted it for the Great American Short Screenwriting Contest at TheFilmSchool. The more likes, comments, tweets, and shares I get the more attention I get, and the greater the possibility of getting a full scholarship to their 3 week intensive this summer.

Would you do me a kindness and share, like, comment, tweet, retweet from their page and get me noticed? I think my skills could really be increased and improved by taking classes from Warren Etheredge and John Jacobsen about character development and story crafting. I can't afford these classes on my own, and the scholarship will get me in the seat.

FINE PRINT: You need to go directly to this page and share it from there. You cannot just like this post and expect it to be reflected on the counter. Thanks! And wish me luck!
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Liked both here and there. Sharing to commence shortly.
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Added to job description: archiving VHS tapes and teaching producers how to save their lower thirds and intro/outro graphics to a floppy disk.

Floppy. Disk.
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+Dan Bennett Ah, the illusive 16-bit-per-set flint-powered floppy disk from the good ol' days of yore. I remember the only backup solution for that was to chisel 16 bits, two of each set, onto a packet of ivory pegs and have carrier pigeons fly around until they were summoned. It wasn't very reliable to recover from old backups because sets would be missing due to a high percentage of packet loss.
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I can't help but love you, feminist gang that tagged the Evergreen campus last week. I may not agree with everything you wrote, but I kind of love that you wrote it.
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My Letter to Maria Cantwell regarding SOPA. Feel free to use as a form letter if you like:

"Maria,

"I know you care about the little guy and about freedom and about representing what your constituents want. I have had the pleasure of seeing you speak. Now, I hope you'll take a moment to read my email and PLEASE PLEASE, do not support PIPA.

"I am not a terribly eloquent person, or maybe it's hours and hours of Anthropology and Statistics homework muddling my brain, so I pulled from Wikipedia a response and reasoning that mirrors my own. It is a form letter, and, amusingly enough, slightly ironic under the circumstances. But having attributed my source, it's not plagiarism:

'SOPA and PIPA cripple the free and open internet. They put the onus on website owners to police user-contributed material and call for the blocking of entire sites, even if the links are not to infringing material. Small sites will not have the sufficient resources to mount a legal challenge. Without opposition, large media companies may seek to cut off funding sources for small competing foreign sites, even if big media are wrong. Foreign sites will be blacklisted, which means they won't show up in major search engines.

'In a post SOPA/PIPA world, Wikipedia -and many other useful informational sites- cannot survive in a world where politicians regulate the Internet based on the influence of big money in Washington. It represents a framework for future restrictions and suppression. Congress says it's trying to protect the rights of copyright owners, but the "cure" that SOPA and PIPA represent is much more destructive than the disease they are trying to fix. '

"Maria, I work in Community Media when I'm not in class. That means I work in Public, Educational, and Government access and I understand very well the implications legislation like this could have on access to unbiased and fair media. It is important to democracy that our public is well informed enough to make a decision. I don't care about corporations like Sony and L'oreal and their inability to turn several million dollars a year into a few more. I care about our free and unencumbered access. I hope you do too.

"Sincerely,

Andrea Capere"
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Filmmaker
Skills
Sociology, Media, Writing
Employment
  • IATSE Local 15
    Stagehand, 2011 - 2013
  • TCTV
    Media Instructor and Facilitator, 2011 - 2013
  • Stroum Jewish Community Center
    Marketing Intern, 2011 - 2011
  • SCAN Community Media
    Production Facilitator and Playback Operator, 2008 - 2011
  • Freelance Video and Theatre Production
    Principal, 2007 - 2011
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Tacoma, WA
Previously
Seattle, WA
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Introduction
I'm Andrea.  I'm a 28 year old woman from Tacoma.

I'm a feminist and secular humanist.  I love talking about ethics, social justice and fair/free media. 

I hope to one day be glamorous.
Bragging rights
My credits include The High Bar with Warren Etheredge (Set Designer), The Frames (Production Designer), Hot Grits (Set Designer), and The Madcap Adventures of Professor Cogsworth (Director). Projects under my guidance have won awards from the regional and national Alliance for Community Media and STIFF (Seattle Truly Independent Film Festival). I lettered in Drama in high school (the artistic kind, not the oh-no-you-didn't kind). My short films have been featured on Click! and Comcast On Demand. I am a proud member of the International Alliance for Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE Local 15).
Education
  • Pacific Lutheran University
    Sociology, 2012 - present
  • Peninsula High School
    2000 - 2004
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Female
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!'Dréa