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Julia Welbourne
Fri 1 Feb 2008Link

Hello-
Just wanted to repost this on behalf of the company I work for:

Brooklyn based documentary company Flicker Flacker Films seeks experienced, talented, dynamic people for the following positions for a feature-length documentary about immigration for theatrical release and national broadcast:

- Associate Producer
- Production Coordinator
- Business Manager (part-time)

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: Duties include: assisting in casting, working closely with producer/director and key characters, and communicating with network. Must have a proven track record with at least 2 years experience on feature-docs (not reality TV). Highly organized, outgoing, professional, detail-oriented, fearless, and, if possible, mellow. Multi-lingual a plus.

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR: Responsible for organizing all the logistics of shoots: local, out of state and international. Communicating regularly with shooters and field-producers. Must be sharp, highly organized and detail-oriented with a strong knowledge of equipment, insurance, and releases and permits. Bonus points for a good sense of humor.

BUSINESS AFFAIRS (part time): Experience with budgeting, line-producing, payroll, insurance, HR, Quickbooks. Must understand the intricacies of managing the books and deliverables.

This project will start in mid-late February 2008 and continue through the summer.

Please email cover letter and resumes to julia@flickerflacker.com if you are interested.

Thanks!


Richard Burnsed
Sun 3 Feb 2008Link

The Sacramento International Film Festival is coming March 29 to April 6 and we want you to be a part of it. Inspired by local filmmakers' contributions last year in our component of the 48 Hour Film Festival we are inviting you to make a submission for Current TV.

Current TV is a network started by Al Gore that features viewer generated content. Instead of the networks telling the people what is news, the people are telling the network what the news is.

for more information:
http://www.ncwfonline.org/id61.html


Sarah Park
Tue 5 Feb 2008Link

ISO: Jacksonville, FL camera person, sound person to shoot at a breast cancer conference from Feb 22 to 24.

Email me at park@thcn.com for details.


Matt Dubuque
Wed 6 Feb 2008Link

Might anyone have a reasonably priced copy of The Technique of Film Editing by Karel Reisz for sale? I would prefer the first edition, but the second edition would also be acceptable.

Thanks!


John Burgan
Wed 6 Feb 2008Link

Try http://www.abebooks.com/


Robert Goodman
Wed 6 Feb 2008Link

Why? Are you planning on cutting workprint? If you want to learn how to edit read Walter Murch's book or mine "Editing Digital Video." My co-author and I wrote it to replace Karel's fine book which was great when we were cutting on flatbeds with workprint.


Matt Dubuque
Wed 6 Feb 2008Link

Hi-

I'm currently studying the Technique of Film and Video Editing in its 4th printing, by Ken Dancyger. It has an excellent history on how different editing techniques are featured in different genres and how technological changes have impacted editing decisions and styles.

It's an extraordinary book and is at:

http://tinyurl.com/2f4t7z

He cites Karel's book as a deep inspiration and I need to study it. I am extremely serious and thorough about what I am doing and I can't afford to gloss over all the great cinema before video was invented.

My view is that quality editing is to a substantial extent independent of the medium. Alternatively stated, if I immerse myself in the study of the editing techniques of Hitchcock, Kurosawa, Resnais, Welles, Goddard and Fellini, I will be serving my interests well. I will never achieve my idea of greatness in cinema without mastering what each of these masters was all about.

Edited Wed 6 Feb 2008 by Matt Dubuque

Matt Dubuque
Wed 6 Feb 2008Link

In reply to John Burgan's post on Wed 6 Feb 2008 12:30 UTC :

Thanks John. Much better than spending 80 dollars!

Much appreciated.


Robert Goodman
Thu 7 Feb 2008Link

Then you should read Eisenstein. Karel took his tiny bit of editing philosophy from him. Most of the book is about the mechanics of editing film. Another series of books worth reading are by EDWARD DMYTRYK. Called "On Screen Directing" "On Film Editing" etc.


Boyd McCollum
Thu 7 Feb 2008Link

Another good book would be "Story" by Robert McKee. Don't forget, editing is storytelling.


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