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Feature film Remorse shooting in Bucks and Philadelphia mid May thru Mid June.
Quinn Saunders is attached to direct, Alice Brooks will DP and John Lutz will be producing. We are looking for production support in all departments. Our last film Cherry. was picked up by Warner Brothers for Domestic VOD with Jinga films selling global rights.
I have created a new tour company, the Philly Official Guide, focused on attracting young urbanites to come out on entertaining tours of Philadelphia. I am currently in the process of two promotional (yet satirical) video projects.
I’ve recently started my own production company and currently have two web series projects in pre-pro. My goal is to produce these projects in and around the Delaware Valley area. I’m going fully independant and I am looking for young talented people looking for expierence to help me with these projects. I already have a sound production team in place, but I am also looking for someone skilled in lighting, a boom operator, and two grips. I am also looking for talent. Below I have pasted a copy of my casting call, that should provide information on the projects I’m looking to produce. Thank you for your time.
I am in desperate need of a music video. I produce electronic/ funky / vocal driven pop-esque music… well just listen here.
I need something interesting that captivates. If you are into the music and want to give it a go. email me. While I dont have all that much to spend let me know what you think is fair for your time and I’ll try my best to accommodate you.
A new “college-themed” professional basketball league called The BALL is being developed here in Philadelphia. Teams will be located up and down the East Coast and will feature former stars from the local college basketball programs (i.e., the Philly team will have players from Temple, Villanova, Saint Joe’s, etc.) The doc will be a first-of-its-kind chronicle of the unpredictable ups, downs, triumphs, and heartbreaks of creating a brand new professional sports league. Television distribution is already lined up for both the league and the film, so it’s time to start shooting. The founder of The BALL directed “Up for Grabs,” an award-winning docu-comedy about the absurd custody battle over a baseball that landed in the bleachers: http://www.traileraddict.com/
Help spread the health message!
The Center for Science in the Public Interest invites you to submit a short video pouring out sugary drinks in a creative way for a chance to win up to $1,000! The Pour One Out video contest seeks to reframe perceptions about sugary drinks by raising awareness of the health effects of over-consuming beverages like soda, sports drinks, sweetened teas and energy drinks. Videos will be judged on creativity, originality and effectiveness of the health message. Prizes will go to the top 3 videos:
My name is David Galligan, I am a Temple University student studying Hospitality Management. I am also a Disney College program representative. If you have not heard of the Disney College program it is a wonderful Internship no where students get to experience what it’s like to work for a Fortune 500 company while living in one of our theme park areas in Florida or California.
Audubon Pennsylvania, the state office of the National Audubon Society, a non-profit conservation leader for more than 100 years, is looking for a DP and small crew to help create a series of short videos including “how-to’s”, man-on-the-street, event coverage, and municipal profiles as part of our growing Bird Town program in the Phila area. The videos will get play on CATV stations, youtube, and MiNDTV. Shooting can begin almost immediately. Possible unpaid internship available.
Philadelphia City Paper is searching for ambitious, dedicated, creative, weird writers who want to make an impact at Philadelphia’s premier alternative publication.
We are currently looking for a Movies and Social-Media Intern for the fall 2012 semester. This unpaid internship requires a familiarity with our most-used social-media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc … ) and an interest/experience in film and film-reviewing. Primary responsibilities include keeping up with weekly repertory film listings, writing regular movie reviews for the paper and our A&E blog, Critical Mass, and assisting in updating our social-media feeds. Interns typically put in anywhere from 10 to 20 hours per week (scheduling is flexible).
A friend of mine is currently looking for a storyboard artist who would be interested in boarding a few shots for an upcoming short film that he will be shooting near the end of July. He’s currently based in LA, filming commercials and music videos as well as short films on a consistent basis. The storyboard artist does not have to be living in California though. If interested please contact him at the adress below and CC me in the email. Thanks.