Sizzle/ Editor with Fast laptop and Premiere Creative Cloud
We need a sizzle editor that will be on location in Phoenix AZ. they will take projects from our in house staff and prep for delivery to Event crew.
Must be able to manage time and expectations as well as work quickly to communicate and deliver assets.
Will communicate with graphics artist here for any changes that need to be made and replace them in the timeline once received.
This is a social cause documentary about a very controversial subject-matter. Our interview subjects tend to be female victims and we are usually an all male crew. As a result, we are only looking to hire FEMALE PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS in order to make our female interviewees feel the most at ease.
This is not a full-time position as we are an LA based production; however, we are in Arizona quite a bit. You will be hired as an independent contractor and you will receive a daily salary. Also...
In charge of all the business aspects of the physical production of films.
Assess the likely 'below the line' cost of the production which involves breaking down the screenplay into a schedule - a timetable for the film shoot that shows how long it will take to shoot each scene.
Estimate the cost of each day's shooting, and produce a provisional budget estimating the total amount of funding required.
Work closely with the director, production manager, first assistant director, art...
The primary function of this crewmember is to manipulate the settings of digital video cameras to accomplish the desired look expected by the director of photography and director; digital image creation process.
Sound guy for everything on this film, mixer,etc.
Gaffer: MUST have great knowledge about lighting daylight car interior WITHOUT process trailer
Also looking for Best Boy Electric and Best Boy Grip and a swing
Key Grip: MUST have great knowledge rigging a car for daylight interior without a process trailer
Everything. Duties include echoing (calling out) "rolls" and "cuts", locking up (making sure nothing interferes with a take), wrangling talent (actors) and background, facilitating communication between departments, distributing paperwork and radios, and related tasks as mandated by the Ads, etc.
Meeting the producer and other senior production staff to examine scripts or program ideas
drawing up a shooting...
1. Being the Director's right-hand person, taking responsibility for a number of important practicalities so that the Director is free to concentrate on the creative process.
2. Breaking down the script into a shot-by-shot storyboard, working with the Director to determine the shoot order, and how long each scene will take to film.
3. Drawing up the shooting schedule (a timetable for the filming) and making sure it’s kept to.