Posted: 08/18/2012 by Brian Kubiak
Looking for a multi-talented producer/writer/editor or at least producer/writer to work on an approximate 45 minute training/educational film. The film is about international development policy, issues, and best practices and will be based on a series of treatments that have written and archive footage of interviews and B-roll that have been acquired. Depending upon the approach that is agreed upon, the producer may direct a studio or stage shoot of a lead trainer(s) that will provide a guiding narrative to the film. Apply to email@example.com, with CV, relevant film samples, and references. In the subject line, it is important to list TRAINING FILM.
Posted: 08/13/2012 by Kirsten
Emmy award winning filmmaker producing a high profile humorous and poignant film about family relationships, which is getting lots of press. Looking for an experienced documentary cameraperson who can shoot this Thursday, August 16th in Boca Raton. Slight chance we will need a shooter morning of the 17th at same location in Boca Raton Florida. Must have a great eye and be good at monitoring sound. We have the gear. Join our highly creative, cutting edge team. We are working on a low budget so this position is NOT a paying job. However, this is a great opportunity for upcoming filmmakers or students to add to his/her resume. Please paste resume in body of email.
Posted: 08/09/2012 by Amber Kandarian
Looking for documentary social media rockstars to distribute our new short docs online for brands and clients. Please send us what kinds of campaigns you have worked on and your rates for unconventional syndication. Thank you. Admin@docuinc.com
Posted: 08/09/2012 by Amber Kandarian
We are in search of editors and shooters that can edit and shoot short documentaries that will look similar to this
We create short 2-3 min documentaries and are in need of an editor that does not need to be micromanaged and has the creativity and technical skills and passion to get the job done.
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Posted: 07/11/2012 by Kirsten
ANIMATOR for Feature Documentary - THIS IS AN UPAID INTERNSHIP - IDEAL FOR STUDENTS OR RECENT GRADUATES
Kirschenbaum Productions is an Emmy award-winning boutique production company that creates and produces non-fiction programming and documentaries. Our shows and films have premiered on several stations including HBO, Discovery, TLC and A&E. Our work and award-winning producer Gayle Kirschenbaum is featured widely in the media including The New York Times, Washington Post, and NBC’s Today. We are storytellers whose work focuses on people.
Kirschenbaum Productions is currently producing a feature documentary, entitled MY NOSE: THE BIGGER VERSION, about the transformation of the filmmaker’s relationship with her mother from Mother Dearest to Dear Mom.
We are seeking a talented animator for the title opening for a documentary/pilot. We are looking for something colorful and whimsical for the funny and edgy show- an animation that spoofs the fairytale land. We are very open to ideas as to what style of animation- traditional, flash, or After EFX. We are in the development phase and there is no budget. Hence, this is a NON-PAYING job. However, this is a great opportunity to work under an Emmy Award Winning documentary filmmaker and a highly creative team. You will be creating an animation that WILL be shown to a variety of audiences and will be a great work sample. We are in the editing phase of production and we are looking for someone who has time NOW.
Please send us a cover letter, resume, three references, and samples of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Posted: 07/11/2012 by Kirsten
Editor for feature documentary
Kirschenbaum Productions is an Emmy award-winning boutique production company that creates and produces non-fiction programming and documentaries. Our shows and films have premiered on several stations including HBO, Discovery, TLC and A&E. We are storytellers whose work focuses on people. We are in development with Caroline (Carolines Comedy Club) and Lori Cheatle on the feature documentary film WHAT A MOTHER, about relationships between today's comics and their mothers.
We are in production on a personal documentary about the highly charged mother/daughter relationship called MY NOSE: THE BIGGER VERSION. The film follows the transformation of the filmmaker’s relationship with her mother from Mommie Dearest to Dear Mom, from hatred to love, spanning several years. This film was inspired by the success and impact of her award winning short, MY NOSE, about her mother’s quest to get her to have a nose job. We are looking for an editor for this film.
The editor will work closely with the director. The film has been shot over the last 8 years in an intimate style, including hand held by the director. There is archival material, which includes 8 mm home movies, High 8, historical footage and photos. There is 160 hours of footage.
Strong story telling capabilities and excellent in structure and character development. We are looking for someone who has a sense of humor to her/his editing style. Must be proficient in Final Cut and have your own FCP 7 set up. Experience with After Effects, Final Cut color-correction and mixing tools a plus.
This is a 6 to 8 month commitment. Several broadcasters here and abroad including HBO are waiting for the rough cut. This is a great opportunity to work with a director with a proven track record and do award winning work. This is a low budget documentary. We love to discover new talent and have launched careers. The film has already attracted a fair amount of press from the Washington Post to the Boston Globe. We are looking to release this first theatrically.
To apply, please email your resume, cover letter, any relevant links to your work and three references to email@example.com. Let us know where you learned about this opportunity. To learn more about this film visit mynosethebiggerversion.com and to learn about the company visit kirschenbaumproductions.com.
Posted: 05/22/2012 by Brian Ivie
We are looking to hire a capable editor for 3 months (June to September), who can work full-time on a documentary feature film. PAID gig.
He/She may work from home or on our system.
The film, stylistically, is a mixture of "The Cove" and "The Last Train Home." Interested editors should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, which includes his/her resume and reel/examples.
We will return with a PROMO Trailer and an offer.
Posted: 05/15/2012 by LA Documentary ...
Oscar nominated Documentary filmmaking team is looking for a Research & Production Coordinator with a fluency in Arabic to work on a high profile feature documentary film that is filming in several Islamic countries this summer.
Duties will include but are not limited to:
* Assist the director and producers in all aspects of production and post-production
* Internet research
* Assist in scheduling: production travel, equipment, crews, other logistics
Ideal Candidate must:
* Have excellent written and oral communication skills
* Fluency in reading and writing Arabic
* Skilled researcher, ability to work with broadcast/journalistic archives
* Have previous experience or knowledge of documentary film production
* Ability to multitask and work proactively under tight deadlines
Production Office is located in Los Angeles, CA.
Posted: 05/02/2012 by Julia Reichert
This could be a great job for someone wanting to get out of the rat race, raise kids, etc.
Excellent program, small and student focused. Not full time, so good for a working filmmaker. Fiull benefits.
Posted: 05/01/2012 by Dave Gardner
We're building a small, committed production unit to engage the public around critical social issues via documentaries and social media. We're looking for someone to take charge of audience engagement and media relations, but welcome an interest and participation in the production side as well. Creativity, initiative and independence are high on the list of traits we're looking for. If you're not a seasoned pro, win us over with your drive and creativity. We're open-minded about whether this is full-time, part-time or outside consultant work. Also open-minded about whether this is virtual or you need to show up at our office in Colorado (we do think that would be a plus). Explore our first documentary here: www.growthbusters.org. Send cover letter, resume and work samples (or links) to email@example.com