Low Budget Indie Feature (Gang Related Movie) - Camera Operators
We are already on track to creating “Hard To Leave” which is our first feature film. That depicts the realities of knife and gang crime for disadvantaged youths in London. Our aim is to show a true but entertaining representation of life in the streets, home and within educational institutions. We will be highlighting topics such as mental health, domestic violence and sexual abuse in a way, that we believe, has not been done before. Our film was written to create emphasis on the families and the relationships affected by the transgressions of gang, drugs and knife crime. We are pushing to reform both the minds of those who live the life, and those who are far removed from.
What is truly amazing about this project is how it will bring many young people across London together to better the community, whilst using their talents to help kickstart their own careers. Together we’ll strive to help deliver important messages to a wider audience and support and uplift the youth of today.
Audition / Rehearsal / Production datesFilming Dates are:
6 July, 13 July, 27th July, 10 Aug and 24th Aug. to start with
This job is unpaid
Expenses paid - Reimburse Travel and will cover food
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Camera Operator / Trainee Camera Operators
Here at IKE Media, we are a family and looking for talented videographers who want to put something on their portfolio or be part of something big. Doesn't matter if you have little or no experience, as long as you are dedicated and ready to learn, we have a team who will be more than happy to help you and you will get some hands-on experience.
We have our own Blackmagic Camera, so even if you don't have a camera it's fine.
Be Part of Something Big.
Anyone, aged 18 and over from London, UKApply now
- Located in London, UK
- Joined February, 2018