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World War 1 Historian Required For Feature Film Script

World War 1 Historian Required For Feature Film Script

New South Wales, Australia

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RodAndCo Productions partnered with various Government and independent funding bodies are looking for an Historian-Writer to authenticate a World War 1 period-piece script currently in Pre-Developement phase. The script has been completed, however needs a dialogue re-write and we are looking for independent Historians, Writers or World War 1 Specialists to work in conjunction with the head writer.

Working closely with the Director and head writer, the Specialist will be discussing round-table reviews of the script, and shown current concept art to get a feel and tone for the setting.

Upon receiving full development funding, contracted employment will proceed for the duration of the development phase.

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This job is unpaid - $1000


World War 1 Historian Writer/Specialist

An Historian with formal or informal qualifications specialising in the events and time period surrounding the First World War. We are looking for a passionate hard-working individual who will collaborate with the head writer and Director in authenticating the current script. The main focus will be fixing the Dialogue to be 'Era appropriate'.

Anyone, aged 18 and over from New South Wales, Australia

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Listing created: 5 March 2017
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