Pittsburgh-based Kept Shut Productions is looking for crew members for their upcoming short film “The Door Kept Shut”.
“The Door Kept Shut” will be filming in the Pittsburgh Area throughout the month of August and early September.
They are looking for the following crew roles:
•Camera Operators - DP, Camera Assistants...etc.
•Grip & Electric
•Lighting - all lighting needs.
•Sound Mixers (Sound)
If you are interested in working on “The Door Kept Shut”, please send your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
The Children’s Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center Film Internship
Location: 5324 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh PA, 15224
Internship Dates: Summer Internship with potential for continuance
Deadline to Apply: Friday June 7th
The Children’s Home of Pittsburgh is looking for a dedicated, hard working student for an internship at our organization. The student should have great interpersonal skills and communications skills, and must be able to work independently. All equipment will be supplied for the student’s use. Some duties may be tailored to the intern’s skills and interests.
Examples of intern tasks include:
•Filming program and instructional videos
•Filming and editing of orientation and educational material
•Filming waiting families for the Adoption program
•Filming special events
•Editing videos and audio interviews up to 10 minutes in length at times
•Posting videos on a number of Web sites
•Coordinating photo releases and filming times with those involved
•Developing ideas to enhance the visibility of our program through videos
Student pursuing degree in broadcast journalism, film, video production, or related field. Strong computer skills. Proficient in Final Cut Pro and iMovie. Able to work a regular weekly schedule of at least 12-15 hours per week during business hours (some flexibility available). Independent working skills. Some travel around the Pittsburgh area is involved, please have a personal vehicle.
To apply send your resume and cover letter to Liana Verzella at email@example.com or 412-441-4884 ext 1057
For any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A group of criminals, seeking refuge and medical attention after an affray with the local authorities over a gun possession charge, take over the farm of a country veterinarian and attempt to secede from the U.S.
Filming late summer 2013. Shooting on black-and-white 35mm.
Please inquire at ArmsandtheManFilm@gmail.com
NY Production company looking for camera operators, G&E, sound mixers, PAs in Pittsburg and surrounding area. We will be filming a reality show for TLC in mid May and early June. Reality experience required for camera and sound crew. Please send resumes to email@example.com No solicitations please.
The feature film, “Drummer for the Mob” is hiring a production assistant for assistance with a casting call on May 7.
Interested candidates should call 732-922-0483 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants should be organized, motivated, have excellent communication skills and a creative writing background. Please send resume to Casting@ae.com for more information.
Atlas Media Corporation, a NY-based production company that produces shows for a variety of networks including Discovery, TLC, National Geographic, Travel Channel, HTGV, DIY, etc. (see www.atlasmediacorp.com) is reaching out to the Pittsburgh film & TV community (producers, shooters, editors, post houses, casting/talent agencies, equipment houses, etc.) and is actively seeking pitches for demos, talent, or concepts. If the project is sold, Atlas will offer a negotiable % of the production fee and a % of the back end.
Contact Maria Lane: email@example.com
Leefilms of Pittsburgh is seeking short subject screenplays to be produced for budgets up to $1000.00. Scripts can be narrative or documentary and must have minimal locations, costumes and props and should be able to be shot in no more than 2 weekends. Leefilms will select the project to be developed. Projects will be ongoing.
The mission of the THOUSAND DOLLAR MOVIE project is as follows: To promote the work of screenwriters, directors, editors, cinematographers and actors. To produce excellent short subjects, worthy of distribution and exhibition. To create opportunities for, and to strengthen the Pittsburgh film community and have its members collaborate for the good of all. To entertain, to inspire, to impact, to educate, to enlighten, to create, and to have fun.
Writers, crew and actors are encouraged to send resumes to participate. There is no pay but there will be some profit sharing and this is a great way to practice your craft and get your work seen. Contact Leefilms for more details at: firstname.lastname@example.org