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Seeking videographers in Portland, Oregon
CITY OF PORTLAND invites applications for the position of Video Production Specialist. Recruitment is Open, Apply Now! Full details and to apply visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/portlandor/jobs/1859287/video-production-specialist?page=4&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs Recruitment Closes: 10/30/17 11:59 PM Pacific Salary: $29.68 - $39.56 Hourly The Mission of Portland’s Bureau of Development Services is to promote safety, livability, and economic vitality through efficient and collaborative application of building and development codes. THE POSITION: Do you know how to produce top-quality videos, from concept to completion? Is photography a passion of yours beyond just a hobby? Are you able to bring something to life through the use of visuals? Do you have experience combining photography with words in a journalistic format? Do you like the challenge of working in a fast-paced environment? And are you capable of using the latest industry software when it comes to making videos and photographs? Then this job may be the one for you. The Bureau of Development Services (BDS) is creating a multi-member Communications Team to help deliver a strong message – both internally and externally – about the work it does for residents and the city. About the Role The Video Production Specialist will report directly to the Communications Manager and will perform a variety of creative duties to bring BDS employees and their work to life. Those include: Supervising, producing and developing a variety of videos from original concept to completion. Making still photographs for displays, publications and other informational materials for use across the bureau and the city. Working with managers, supervisors and other staff to understand bureau functions and then come up with creative, visual content for informational purposes. Creating a visual library for the bureau. Using digital storytelling techniques – including graphics – in order to convey a strong message about BDS work. Having a high level of knowledge around the use of industry standard software, including Adobe Photoshop, Final Cut Pro or comparable products that allow for the creation of quality videos and photographs. Conducting research to assemble print photography and videos that can be disseminated to internal and/or external audiences. Updating the bureau website with assorted visual content, including multi-media videos, photographic slideshows and other materials. The resulting eligible list from this recruitment may be used to fill the current and future vacancies. To Qualify Knowledge and experience applying the principles, practices and techniques of video development and production, photography and/or multi-media presentations. Ability and experience organizing, setting priorities and exercising sound, independent judgment within areas of responsibility. Ability and experience demonstrating strong verbal and written skills, along with the ability to practice high-level reporting, research and project management are all plusses. Ability and experience establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with bureau managers, staff, the public and others encountered in the course of work. Ability and experience using professional, industry-standard equipment for creating videos and photography, such as cameras, lenses, editing software and computers. A valid state driver's license and an acceptable driving record may be required for certain assignments. Application Instructions Applicants must submit a professional resume online, as well as answer the supplemental questions at the City of Portland job center www.portlandoregon.gov/jobs, specifically focused on your qualifications for this position as identified in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. It is the policy of the City of Portland that no person shall be discriminated against based on race, religion, color, sex, marital status, family status, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or source of income. The City values diversity and encourages everyone who is interested in employment with the City to apply. Questions? Brandi Johnston, Sr. Human Resources Analyst Bureau of Human Resources Brandi.Johnston@portlandoregon.gov (503) 823-3555 Join us for an Optional Information Session: To assist you in understanding this position and the recruitment process, we will offer Optional Information Sessions that will provide you with details about this position and about the application process. You are not required to attend to apply for this job, but attending will help you with the application process. You are welcome to join us for an optional session: Wednesday, October 25, 2017 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. 1900 Building, 5th Floor Conf. Room 5a (1900 SW 4th Ave. Portland, OR 97201) Participate Remotely? For instructions on how to participate via Skype, please contact Sara (503) 823-5019 or Sara.Flores@portlandoregon.gov no later than 2:00 p.m. (PST) two business days prior to the informational session date.
Seeking actors in Charleston, South Carolina
Casting actors for microbudget contained horror with elements of sci-fi.Shooting date range Dec 1 - 17, 2017. Looking for actors who live in Charleston SC, or actors willing to work as local nonunion. Paying non-union day rate + deferred payment. IMDb credit and footage for reel. Please send head-shot, resume and video links to email@example.com.
Seeking actors in New York City, New York
Looking for actress and actors for commercial work. This is a TF shoot and you will receive the product used in the commercial for your own use. Credits will also be placed on IMBD. Please message me for details. Looking to shoot this Friday.
Seeking producers and directors in Los Angeles, California and New York City, New York
DO NOT SKIM THIS JOB POSTING!!!I have a short horror script about a man who is forced to lure in victims to be offered to a demonically possessed doll. I need a team to make this happen. I am a writer, not a producer, but willing to do what is asked of me, but I need someone to tell me what that is. If you like the story, but want a rewrite/revision we will need to work something out. Pay depends on having someone capable of raising the money, something I know nothing about. I will be little more than a Producer Intern, learning the ropes. I need you to make sure this happens.
Seeking actors in San Francisco, California and Los Angeles, California
Legion M Entertainment, Inc. is looking for Actors/Actresses from around the world for a new game show called: THE PITCH ELEVATOR. Must have some acting experience. An agent if possible, but not necessarily, union and non-union affiliated. For more information: https://legionm.com/pitch-elev...
Seeking music composers in Kagoshima-shi, Japan, Thessaloníki, Greece, Tokyo, Japan and 2 more
Seeking Japanese composer to score the animated short titled "Tokei Maru". The film is based on the true story of a Japanese captain who saved 825 people in the in the aftermath of Smyrna's (present day Izmir) fire and destruction in 1922. The story starts in 1872 at Kagoshima, Japan when a young boy reads a letter from his father who died during the Anglo-Satsuma War in 1863. 50 years later the bayy has become a navy captain and faces a challenge. He will chose to throw off board all of his precious cargo to save the lives of 825 people. The film is currently in tentative production with an estimated duration of 20 minutes.
Seeking actors in Toronto, Canada, New York City, New York and Los Angeles, California
"Whatever It Takes" is a comedy about two young aspiring actresses struggling to get a break in an industry that seems determined to exclude them. This is an opportunity for (2) actresses between 20 and 25 years of age to launch their own web series with premier material. With all the videos available online the challenge is to be able to stand out from the crowd. To do so requires the most creative writing possible. The project initially involves two connected scripts of about four pages each. The material is bold so as to maximize the chances for it to go viral online.The objective is to place the material on collegehumor.com Both scripts can use the same setting. The project can be produced wherever you are located.
Seeking producers in Los Angeles, California
WESTMORE JUSTICE A one-hour, single-camera action, crime, mystery, thriller, drama series adapted from these four novels: Privilege, Tinseltown Deception, Another Agenda, and Secret Circle by John Waters and Bud Stigall Set in Southern California in current day, Westmore Justice centers around Grant Westmore, a former LAPD detective-turned-Beverly Hills-private-investigator, and his unorthodox crew, who thrive on often media-frenzied cases outside the purview of local or federal law enforcement. Franchise Plot Summary At times blurring the line between legal right and wrong, Westmore Justice takes a fresh approach to crime solving by fitting the many jagged fragments of the case into a single, appalling truth from “outside-into-the-squad-room," as commonly known within law enforcement circles. As the clues unfold, and the series progresses from one fiendish high-profile murder, white collar crime or deceptive scheme to the next, Grant goes with gut intuition and hunches, and not by standard police procedures to find out exactly what’s going on. Grant teeters on the “thin blue line” in identifying and following the most insignificant events and clues in a case that are normally missed by law enforcement in their typical investigation. Grant’s crew puts themselves in a victim’s shoes, while simultaneously thinking like a criminal or a murderer. They know that to catch a killer, they have to think like a killer. Unwilling to settle for anything but the truth, Grant and his team, Marlene Wilson, Carmela Gambini and Jake Baldwin, are no strangers to wrestling problems and their perpetrators head-on. While they always prevail against swelling and unsettling evidence to the contrary by solving the “how” and “why” of a case, they will yank you from the edge of your seat, while keeping your eyes glued to your television screen. Grant is known to make you laugh, to make you cry as he tugs at your emotions, and other times to make you scratch your head as you wonder: “Just how the hell did Grant figure that out.” General Summary of Series Westmore Justice was inspired by current events in national news, pop culture and the ever-evolving technology world. As such, Westmore Justice offers an ideal medium to explore the “who” and “what” is behind these stories and topics, which folks of any age, walk of life, ethnic background, and country origin are talking about around office watercoolers, over happy hour drinks, and at parties, sporting events and neighborhood barbeques. Westmore Justice will be serialized with an ongoing plotline for each whole season. Each episode in Westmore Justice will end with an event or development in the case that entices the viewer to watch the following episode to find out what happens next. Every week there will be a new problem to solve or clues to connect that are similar to the previous week’s problem or clues, yet not quite the same. The Westmore Justice Second Edition novels are available worldwide at Barnes & Noble and Amazon in paperback and hardcover, and digitally on Nook, Kindle and Apple iBooks. And of course, at neighborhood bookstores and booksellers such as Target and Wal-Mart. From the sunny beaches of Malibu, California, to the corridors of power in Washington, DC, the first four novels in Westmore Justice are truly ideal for the first four seasons of an episodic television action/crime/drama franchise. The Website for the novels is: www.westmorejusticebooks.wordpress.com About the Writers (Treatments & Novels) Over the years John Waters has researched countless “white collar” crime cases and written thousands of pages of support material for his close associate, the late Charles Evans, and his private investigation agency in Los Angeles, which performed successful investigations for such notable attorneys as Leslie Abramson, Michael Zimbert and the late Johnnie Cochran. During the last three decades, John has written several successful True Crime books under various pen names. A few years ago, he published Bonded Thru Injustice, a novel inspired by the true story of Orange County’s (California) first federal murder trial. Since completing Bonded Thru Injustice, he’s been working on developing the Westmore Justice Franchise with his close associate and occasional golf buddy, Bud Stigall. After 23 years of service, Bud Stigall (collaborator) retired from the LAPD, his last 15 years as a homicide detective with the highest rank of Detective III. While with the LAPD, Bud was involved in the Charles Manson Case, the Skid-Row Stabber, the Hillside Strangler, the Clifton Cafeteria murder, and many others. Series Recurring Cast Grant Westmore (44) They broke the mold with Grant Westmore, a well-manicured, charismatic, chiseled-faced private investigator. Principled and sophisticated, tenacious and brilliant, Grant takes risks for a living. An irrefutable master at playing intricate cat-and-mouse games with the guilty, Grant is tough, a natural competitor, and a born leader who cares and is sensitive about each case. He invents his own rules and is, at times, rather merciless about it. Retired from “the Job” nearly a decade ago, Grant thrives on justice more than he does on going by the book. Known not to accept unanswered questions or uncertain clues, Grant always forges ahead until each detail comes together into the unvarnished truth. His clients and colleagues respect the fact that Grant only wields his enviable clout in the City of Angels when necessary to further his steadfast belief in the guilt or innocence of all parties in the case. Deeply respected by his peers, everyone feels Grant’s presence when he walks into a room full of people, without him saying even one word. In Grant’s world, the conclusion to a great week is solving the unsolvable case, and then celebrating with a round of golf at his West Los Angeles country club with a fine cigar and a double-on-the-rocks single malt scotch in his personal golf cart. Marlene Wilson (39) The dream girl of private investigators, Marlene Wilson is easily mistaken for a high fashion model or a Hollywood celebrity. This sultry, mid-thirty, super sleuth quit the LAPD when Grant offered to triple her salary to provide his agency with the needed mortar in the areas of interrogation, surveillance and technology. Marlene, Grant’s loyal and most trusted assistant investigator, is a bright and ambitious “just the facts” sort of woman who thinks on her feet in tight situations, and readily takes on tasks others would never attempt. Sincere, warm and sensitive, Marlene marvels others with her scarily brilliant mind in her relentless quest to uncover the truth. Although Grant often teases her about how her marriage proposals arrive in mail bags, Marlene is a flirt, yet not flirtatious. If it weren’t for her career, Marlene could spend her days shopping for stiletto heels and driving flashy fast cars. Carmela Gambini (42) A former New York deputy district attorney, Carmela Gambini is Grant’s effervescent, yet seductive long-time girlfriend who is always there in case Grant and Marlene find themselves in a legal pinch, which occurs quite often. Carmela has been around the block more than a few times, and she doesn’t think much can surprise her anymore, but working with Grant she’s usually wrong. This self-assured and conscientious attorney is now in private practice in L.A. representing the same sort of people she had spent nearly a decade trying to put behind bars. Much to the dismay of her Soprano-like relatives, Carmela personifies the highest ethical and moral standards, outwitting some of the best legal minds in Los Angeles. Trying her best to maintain a professional aura, this loving, faithful, and downright sexy Italian princess even consulted a speech specialist when she arrived in L.A. to eliminate her New York accent. Her zany personality is another story. If Carmela has any flaws, her erratic temper would rank high, as would her 40 handicap in golf. And her insatiable need to be the consummate Italian cook by serving up what she considers to be a perfectly balanced meal — a slice of everything-on-it pizza in one hand and a heaping plate of pasta in the other, and a bottle of fine wine under her arm. Jake Baldwin (47) Jake Baldwin is an active LAPD detective with a sacred loyalty to his ex-partner on the Job, Grant Westmore. Sometimes short on imagination in detective work, but long on bulldog tenacity during an investigation, Jake continues to be a valued confidant to Grant at times when there is nobody else to turn to for inside information and access to the path to cross the “thin blue line.” Whenever Grant insists that it’s not going to hurt anybody to bend the rules, Jake always replies by saying that his job could be on the line. Grant’s stock response is that he’d hire Jake if his peckerwood captain gives him any shit. Now a widower after his wife was killed when a car Jake was driving was t-boned by a drunk driver, Jake pours every waking minute into his job in the Robbery-Homicide Division. When not on active duty, Jake is known to favor a day at the race track with his skirt-chasing, cigar-smoking, bourbon-drinking buddy Don Packard, the Los Angeles County Coroner. NON-PREMISE PILOT and SEASON ONE – PRIVILEGE What if: Grant Westmore discovers a ripped-from-the-headlines slice into the ever-evolving, and sometimes finicky, world of privilege, where reality is pushed to the point of no return, and some stars go to jail, some die from their excesses, and some merely fade away. SEASON TWO – TINSELTOWN DECEPTION What if: a love triangle goes bad on the movie set of Secret Desires when a determined killer prowling Crystal Dreams Pictures brutally murders two Academy-Award-Winning stars. SEASON THREE – ANOTHER AGENDA What if: the evil activities of a self-appointed and pontifical influential cabal, driven by power and greed, surreptitiously operated for decades completely above the law. SEASON FOUR – SECRET CIRCLE What if: GRANT WESTMORE discovers a secret brotherhood operating under the color of authority within the highest level of the federal government, but not before Grant himself becomes the target of the secret circle that will use all their power to stop him — dead. Treatments The treatments for the first four seasons are available upon request
Seeking directors in New York City, New York
So, I figured I'd give this a try here on Stage 32... Now, before I go into details on the actual project, it's not a guarantee that we'll be hiring someone via Stage 32. At this moment, we're trying every avenue possible as we search for a director for this particular project. We've been networking heavily, having chats, attending horror film festivals and using the resources and connections we DO have in order to find the right fit for "They Never Left". We are in the infant stages of development and before we start sending out LOI's to actors/talent we're interested in, it would be ideal to have a director attached to the project to help gain more trust/interest from prospective talent. As of now, we have our lead actor and we have a script. A proof of concept/short film version has already been filmed (starring our lead for the feature) and has been selected in two film festivals thus far. We feel having a director attached will help us achieve financial goals in terms of finding investors, additional producers and filling out our team. We do have a plan over the next year or so in terms of progressing further towards our goal of having enough coin to make this little project happen. ABOUT THE FILM: From the writer of Netflix's critically acclaimed film "The Suicide Theory" comes a mumblecore horror dramedy about ghosts, alcoholism and infidelity... After being dumped by his girlfriend, Darwin, a high-functioning alcoholic, moves into a new apartment. With cheap rent and a convenient NYC location, it seems like a pretty good situation considering the circumstances. But there's a problem - the previous tenant isn't quite ready to give up his domain. Bigger problem? He died six months ago. WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR: Ideally, we'd be looking for a filmmaker from the NYC area who understands and appreciates NYC and the NYC way of life. Also, someone who understands and appreciates, not just the horror genre, but the mumblecore sub-genre as well. We are experienced in our respective fields, so we're looking for a director who has experience as well. We'd prefer feature film experience, but if you've directed kick-ass short horror films and have a pretty sweet reel/body of work that really shows what you're capable of, that's fine as well. Film festival official selections, nominations and awards are also very helpful. We're looking for someone who has great attention to detail, is thorough and organized. Someone who is as obsessed and passionate as we are about our work. We PREFER someone who knows the horror genre and has worked in the horror genre. Obviously, we want someone who knows what they are doing on the technical end as well as someone who has experience working with a team. If interested, you can contact me at spesh2k at msn dot com. I'll be asking you for a reel, links to any considerable projects/work, IMDB, etc. After reviewing all of that, I'll show you the proof-of-concept/short film version of "They Never Left" and have you sign (electronically or manually) an NDA before you take a look at the feature version of the script. Again, as of now, we're just looking for a director to attach to the project. I don't work for free and I don't expect you to, either. So, if there is a film to direct, you will get paid accordingly, as will the rest of the cast and crew. As of now, it's just a screenplay with a proof-of-concept short and a lead actor. Here are links to our Facebook and IMDB pages: https://www.facebook.com/TheyN... http://www.imdb.com/title/tt66... Thanks, Michael J. Kospiah http://www.imdb.com/name/nm541...
Seeking music composers in Beijing, China
Composer needed for a Chinese children’s feature film! Maeya Films, a division of Maeya Culture Exchange Group, the host of San Diego International Kids’ Film Festival, is seeking for a Hollywood-based, experienced and creative talent to be the film composer of a Chinese children’s adventure film. About the film Writer: Zhong Xia Genre: Children, Adventure, Fantasy, Comedy Estimated time to start shooting: Mid-November or December in 2017 Shooting Period: 45 days Film Length: 100-110 minutes Shooting Location: Beijing, China Total Budget: about $7.35 million Production and Cast: $4.41 million Special Effects: 0.88-1.03 million Marketing and Promotion: about 1.91 million Distribution: Theater Offer: Compensation:$12,750 Requirement for Applying: Portfolios of Moving Pictures / Demo Reel Latest Resume Experience in Children’s films is preferred Speaking Chinese is NOT REQUIRED! Opening song: brisk, appealing, new fashioned, features rap and hip hop, may include B. Box as well Ending song: emotional, warm, touching Interlude: music transition from real world to a world of fantasy, involving laughter, tears, misunderstandings, family affection, and memories. Music score: at least 3 parts, including the score in real world, fantasy world, and Gourd Nation. The Gourd Nation part includes at least 3 themes, which are the harmony at the beginning & transition to a dark world, the darkness in the middle, the return to harmony at the ending with even more sunshine. Responsibilities: Meets with the director and producers, when the film has been shot and is being edited, to discuss music needs for the film. Takes part in a spotting session, in which the film composer, director and others watch the movie and decide where each segment of music should start and stop in the film, why it's being included and how it should sound. Writes the score, a compilation of all the musical sections needed for the film. Prepares scores for the musicians, or gives notes and a rough score to the arrangers and copyists so that they can provide a complete musicians'score. Willingness to travel
Seeking cinematographers in Beijing, China
Maeya Films, a division of Maeya Culture Exchange Group, the host of San Diego International Kids’ Film Festival, is seeking for a Hollywood-based, experienced and creative crew member to be the director of photography for a Chinese children’s adventure film. About the film Writer: Zhong Xia Genre: Children, Adventure, Fantasy, Comedy Estimated time to start shooting: Mid-November or December in 2017 Shooting Period: 45 days (no vacation) Film Length: 100-110 minutes Shooting Location: Beijing, China Total Budget: about $7.35 million Production and Cast: $4.41 million Special Effects: 0.88-1.03 million Marketing and Promotion: about 1.91 million Distribution: Theater Offer: Compensation: $25,500 - $42,500 All travel and accommodation expenses will be covered. Requirement for Applying: Professional photographer Portfolios of Moving Pictures / Demo Reel Latest Resume Experience in Children’s films is preferred Speaking Chinese is NOT REQUIRED! Responsibilities: Plans, directs, and coordinates motion picture filming: Confers with the Director regarding interpretation of scene and desired effects. Observes set or location and reviews drawings and other information relating to natural or artificial conditions to determine filming and lighting requirements. Reads charts and computes ratios to determine required lighting, film, shutter angles, filter factors, camera distance, depth of field and focus, angles of view, and other variables toproduce desired effects. Confers with electricians to establish lighting requirements. Selects cameras, accessories, equipment, and film stock, utilizing knowledge of filming techniques, filming requirements, and computations. Instructs camera operators regarding camera setup, angles, distances, movement,and other variables and signals cues for starting and stopping filming. Surveys set or location for potential problems, observes effects of lighting, measures lighting levels, and coordinates necessary changes prior to filming. Views film after processing and makes adjustments, as necessary, to achievedesired effects. Be easy to communicate and follow the instructions of the Director and Crew Team Willingness to travel
Seeking actors in Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Looking for a male actor aged 22-35 for a dark comedy short film. We are calling out for a male actor as the lead role of a short film where the protagonist is imprisoned in a water commercial. You should be an English native speaker and pass as a 22-35 year old who can play a convincing character selling water in a commercial. The job is unpaid but you will definitely be credited, upgrade your portfolio and work with an amazing international film crew! Shooting will happen in November (dates to be announced soon) in Bournemouth, Dorset. The shooing will be 2 days. If you are interested or need further information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org