Two weeks into the first ever film camp set up at various locations on the North Fork, the institute's founder, actor-writer-producer-director Tony Spiridakis thanked his fellow instructors, students and community members like Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell and Greenport Village Mayor David Nyce for supporting the project at a laidback gathering Friday night gathering at in Southold.
Check out these photos and be sure to catch a viewing of student films all day on Sunday at in Greenport. Included in this gallery:
Other camps to take place later in July include an actor’s retreat with acting coach Larry Moss and a writer’s retreat with Chazz Palminteri, probably best known for his roles in “A Bronx Tale” and “Bullets Over Broadway.” Spiridakis has also set up film lectures for the public to take place at auditorium in Greenport. Actor Tony Goldwin, for instance, will screen “Conviction,” the 2010 movie he directed starring Hilary Swank, on July 21.