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Emily Meyers
Wed 12 May 2010Link

Let your friends know that Eyes of the World Media Group is looking for interns for the Summer Training Program.

Here is some information about the program, but of course let me know if anyone is interested or has any questions!

TRAINING PROGRAM: Use media to make change!

Looking for a training program that gives you responsibilities, career coaching, opportunity to work directly with the organizations leaders, and make the world a better place?

Eyes of the World Media Group (www.eowmg.com) is a production company specializing in the creation of socially relevant media (video, web, design, and animation).

We make it a high priority to match you with projects that will help you gain experience and skills you will need to be successful in a variety of careers.

Some of the training opportunities we offer include:

* Graphic Design
* Web Development
* Video Production
* Animation
* Business Development & Marketing

For more info visit: www.eowmg.com/training_program.html

Requirements
We're looking for creative, smart, and organized individuals with a passion for socially conscious media.

The program length is 200 hours that can be completed over various periods to accommodate your scheduling needs. At minimum, you must be able to commit at least 13 hours a week.

Email resumes and cover letters to: connect@eowmg.com. Please indicate that you are applying for the Training Program in the subject line.

We hope to hear from you!

~Carrie


Doug Block
Thu 13 May 2010Link

In reply to Innbo Shim's post on Wed 12 May 2010 :

LA folks, by all means come out and support The Oath (especially in its first weekend). I guarantee you'll be glad you saw it on a big screen.


Hima B.
Fri 14 May 2010Link

PRODUCER search

I'm looking for a Producer who can help me fundraise on a documentary I am directing about strippers & working violations. This person must have experience with writing & successfully getting grants esp from documentary funders and other social-issue funders. Plus would be if they have experience with targeting individual donors, using social media, Kickstarter, & other avenues to get completion funds. Please send me a resume with URL links to projects that you have worked on.

Here's some info about the project:
LICENSE TO PIMP is a feature-length personal documentary about labor conditions for exotic dancers who must pay for the privilege to strip. The film follows a whistle-blower, a teenage club prostitute, a woman who strips outside the club circuit, & myself (the filmmaker and a former stripper). The film follows the choices we and other workers make as our workplaces engage in illegal & unsafe practices that violate our rights as workers.

I'm happy to tell U more about the project & share the work sample if you contact me.

CONTACT: himaphiliac@gmail.com

Edited Fri 14 May 2010 by Hima B.

Hima B.
Fri 14 May 2010Link

seeking POST-PRODUCTION INTERNS for Documentary projects

We want smart, energetic individuals who can commit time to learn about all aspects of independent film production. Duties will range from the daily tasks of operating a production company to specific work on different documentary projects in various stages of production. Position will be supporting an independent filmmaker with day to day activities and projects. The themes of various documentaries include sex work, HIV/AIDS, domestic violence, & gay/lesbian issues.

This is a great opportunity to learn about development, production, & post-production in a creative environment. You must have a sense of humor, positive attitude, & a desire to delve deeper into social issues that impact women/girls, queer people, & people of color.

A background in post-production editing is essential. The candidate should be eager to learn about documentary filmmaking and have a foundation in film/video production & post production. Candidate must have Final Cut Pro editing experience and your own Apple laptop computer with Final Cut Pro (version 6.06), MS Word,& Photoshop. U must be able to work independently, multi-task by managing multiple projects, & prioritize workload as needed. Please note, we cannot accept people who only have PC laptops as all work is streamlined to Apple computer & editing applications.

LENGTH OF INTERNSHIP: Begins immediately. 3 month commitment is asked.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Transcribe documentary interviews
• Log & digitize documentary footage with Final Cut Pro
• Assist with research and licensing of archival photographs, music, and footage
• Production assistance
• Database entry and management
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

BONUS: Website development, knowledge of Illustrator, Flash, After Effects, outreach, and fundraising skills

TIME COMMITMENT: 2 to 3 days per week from 1pm to 7pm. Minimum 12-18 hours/wk (Mon. through Fri only).

LOCATION: Based in NYC

APPLY: send a resume and info about yourself

CONTACT: himaphiliac@gmail.com

COMPENSATION: No pay. Credit for college is OK. You will also be credited on the films that you work on.


Anayansi Prado
Sat 15 May 2010Link

NEW DAY FILMS – CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

New Day Films is currently accepting submissions from filmmakers with social issue documentary and fiction titles for non-theatrical distribution. Our upcoming submission deadline is May 31, 2010. We invite you to submit an application to join our vibrant and creative film collective.

WHO WE ARE...
New Day Films is a filmmaker-run distribution company providing award-winning films to educators since 1971. Democratically run by more than 100 filmmaker members, New Day delivers over 150 titles that illuminate, challenge and inspire. Collectively, New Day titles have won an Academy Award, 9 Academy Award nominations, 4 Emmys, and hundreds of awards at prestigious film festivals. Our films have been broadcast on PBS, HBO and other media outlets.

New Day brings together talented and accomplished filmmakers dedicated to both finding educational audiences for our films and earning revenue to support the independent filmmaking process. A vibrant, creative organization, New Day is a strong brand, which buyers have relied on for decades.

Distributing independent social issue films since 1971, New Day has developed a strong brand within the educational community, built a huge knowledge base on effective distribution and marketing, and grown revenues to over $1 million annually. When you join New Day you become part of a dynamic, democratically run collective of filmmakers.

WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR...
We actively seek a diversity of voices among our members as well as in our film collection. Short and long-format documentary, fiction and experimental works are welcome. Your film must address a social issue. Those applying should be comfortable joining a collective, where members market their own films, work as a team and volunteer for tasks. Please visit our website to learn more about joining New Day Films.

APPLICATION PROCESS...
The upcoming submission deadline is RECEIPT by May 31, 2010.
Please contact us to request an application today.

www.newday.com


Francisco Bello
Mon 17 May 2010Link

Tickets are on sale for the NYC première of WAR DON DON at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival: http://www.filmlinc.com/wrt/onsale/hrw10/wardondon.html

We’ll have three screenings at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Walter Reade Theater:
Saturday, June 12 PREMIERE at 6:45pm with panel discussion and reception to follow
Sunday, June 13 at 2:00pm with Q&A to follow
Wednesday, June 16 at 4:00pm with Q&A to follow

We’ll sell out the weekend screenings pretty quickly, so I encourage you to buy your tickets soon! And check out our website for latest awards, reviews, and other upcoming screenings: http://wardondonfilm.com

Sign up for the newsletter (link below) to hear about the screenings, reactions from civil society organization, former combatants, and the Special Court. It’s an exciting time for the film – and I’m looking forward to sharing it with you in June.

NEWSLETTER: http://eepurl.com/hcGF
TWITTER: http://twitter.com/wardondon
FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/wardondon

Kindest Regards,
Francisco Bello
Producer / Editor, WAR DON DON


Stephanie Caruso
Mon 17 May 2010Link

Hi All,

I'm a grad student in New York working towards my MFA in Documentary Studies. I'm in the Boston area for the summer and looking to find work on any projects that might be going on. I've develop editing, producing, shooting, and writing skills in the program and I have a strong film background as well (I have my BA in Film Studies/Production). I'm a hard worker and willing to get my hands dirty. I've posted my reel and please email me at stephaniecaruso5@gmail.com for my resume. Thanks!


Tailinh Agoyo
Tue 18 May 2010Link

Online Documentary Music Seminar. Join DocuMentors for an amazing opportunity to learn all about composing music for documentary films. The Documentary Music Virtual Symposium will take place on Sunday, May 23rd from 3pm-6pm Mtn, and you can listen from anywhere! Top award-winning composers will be sharing their secrets of success in this comprehensive online seminar. Find out more and register at www.documentaryhowto.com/doc-music-symposium. Use code CL523 for a 15% discount. The seminar will be recorded if you can't listen in live. Join us on Sunday!


Erica Ginsberg
Tue 18 May 2010Link

DC/MD/NOVA folks...

Next Monday night (May 24), Docs In Progress welcomes Jon Gann to our Evening with an Expert series to talk about Film Festival Strategies.

Jon will unlock the secrets of the film festival system and give tips on how to research potential film festivals, how to prepare for a festival, how to make an impression with programmers and audiences, what to expect from a festival, and how to promote your film as it travels the festival circuit.

WHEN?
Monday, May 24, 2010
6:30 pm Networking
7:00-8:30 pm Presentation and Q&A

WHERE?
Docs In Progress
8700 First Avenue (corner of First Avenue and Fenwick Lane)
Silver Spring, MD 20910

FEE/REGISTRATION
$35 ($5 discount for members of the Docs Insider program)
Because space is limited to 12 participants, advance registration is highly recommended. Visit our website at http://www.docsinprogress.org to register.

ABOUT THE EVENING WITH AN EXPERT SERIES
This Docs In Progress series brings specialists on different aspects of the documentary and broader film industry to the Docs In Progress Documentary House in downtown Silver Spring, MD to speak to a small audience of filmmakers and aspiring filmmakers. Because these programs are limited to 12 registered participants, it allows an intimate environment in which participants can both learn and interact with the specialist.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Jon Gann is the founder of the DC Film Alliance, a non-profit group supporting Washington, DC’s film and video community, and the creator of the DC Shorts Film Festival; now in its sixth year, the event attracts national and international filmmakers, and has become one of the country’s premier short film showcases. MovieMaker Magazine named DC Shorts as “one of 20 festivals worth an entry fee” — two years in a row — and “one of the leading film festivals” in the country. DC Shorts was also chosen by the readers of the Washington City Paper as the area’s best festival. As a filmmaker, Jon’s notable past projects include: Cyberslut, the first gay-themed short film to screen at over 50 festivals and broadcasts worldwide; Signs, a national 48 Hour Film Project award winner, and Offline, a modern dating parable. Jon’s new venture, Reel Plan, consults with filmmakers on the festival circuit. His “festival tips” blog is read by hundreds of filmmakers every week, and through his work, Jon has bridged the communication gap between competing film festivals, so all can share film information, sponsor strategies and filmmaker data.


Jamila Gaskins
Wed 19 May 2010Link

My name is Jamila K. Gaskins. I need your help find two people for production this weekend for an Electronic Press Kit for my documentary, Project 1. It's unpaid, but I'm feeding people. Please send to people you know. It has my contact info in it.

WORK ALERT! MALIBU, CA – BOOM OPERATOR/FLEX FILL OPERATOR – Saturday, May 22nd – Seeking two production people to help with the shooting of an EPK (electronic press kit) for a very worthy cause. This Sat, Jamila K. Gaskins will be shooting the press kit to help raise awareness about Project 1, a documentary on the prevention of HIV for women in America. She'll need you from 8am til around 6; It's unpaid, but she will feed you really wel!! You can email her at jkgaskins@yahoo.com. To learn more about Project 1 go to https://projectonethemovie.com/Home_Page.php


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