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Crew Required for Multiple Upcoming Productions

Crew Required for Multiple Upcoming Productions

London, UK

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  • Joined December, 2012
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We are looking for a completely brand new team to help take on this challenge of creating as many productions as possible over the upcoming months.

You do not need any previous experience to apply as we will be offering various roles for individuals with no experience.

If you would like to get involved with this opportunity APPLY NOW!!

URGENT: If you wish to apply for a role in which you have little or no experience, please use the voluntary/work experience role and leave a message stating what role you would like to gain experience in. If you have no experience as a Location Manager, you shouldn't be applying for the role of a Location Manager. This will not increase your chances of being cast, it just creates a lot more work for myself on top of replying to hundreds of applications and will most definitely decrease your chances of being cast.

I'm all up for allowing people to gain more experience in any role, just be a little more thoughtful when applying.

Also, please don't apply for ALL ROLES if you have no experience for each role you are applying for as again, this just builds up the work for myself and I have to separate the experienced from those that lack experience.

If you do not take this note into consideration when applying your application will automatically be rejected.

One last thing. The questions are there to be answered, so please answer them. I've had some great responses so far but I've also had the occasional few that just put a full stop or one word answers. This does not provide the information I asked for a will have an effect on your application.

There has been a bit of confusion about the ice-breaker joke. Maybe I shouldn't have revealed the punchline in the question but oh well, we all make mistakes. That "question" is more of a chance for you to tell me an ice-breaker joke, than a question.

That is all for now. If you haven't received a message from me yet be patient, I am working my way around. I will also respond to everyone, success or not.

Take care.

Daniel

Audition / Rehearsal / Production dates

Individual filming dates for each production are to be confirmed at a later date but after a lengthy time away from the industry, we are eager to get back on track and begin with the first production as soon as a cast and crew are in place.

We always plan multiple meet ups before a scheduled shoot date to bring the whole cast and crew closer together for a better experience.

We believe in getting the job done and having fun so expect fun, games and some crazy ice-breaker challenges.

Job compensation

National Minimum Wage


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Cinematographer (DoP)

The Cinematographer/Directors of Photography are key Heads of Department on film productions and theirs is one of the major creative roles. They provide a film with its unique visual look.

To do this role, you will need to:

- know all about camera equipment.
- have in-depth knowledge of lighting techniques and how to achieve them.
- have knowledge of photography.
- be creative.
- have good colour vision.
- have excellent communication skills.

Anyone, aged 18 and over from London, United Kingdom

Assistant Producer

The Assistant Producer is involved in all stages from pre-production through to post production. The Producer assigns them responsibilities on a daily basis, throughout the production of the film.

To do this role, you will need to:

- have good planning, communication and organisational skills.
- have a keen interest in the business of filmmaking.
- have an understanding of the film production process.
- have experience of script reading.
- have a full UK driving licence (preferred).

Anyone, aged 18 and over from London, United Kingdom

Editor

The Editor works closely with the Director to ensure that the story flows effortlessly from beginning to end. Each shot is carefully chosen and edited into a series of scenes, which are in turn assembled to create the finished product.

To do this role, you will need to:

- have experience of the post production process.
- be familiar with computer editing equipment.
- be creative under pressure.
- have patience and attention to detail.

Anyone, aged 18 and over from London, United Kingdom

Make-up and Hair Designer

Make-up and Hair Designers are responsible for the overall design, application, continuity and care of make-up and hair throughout the pre-production and production of a film or TV programme. Their responsibilities vary depending on the requirements of the production. The make-up and hair departments may be combined, led by a Make-up and Hair Designer

To do this role, you will need to:

- possess hairdressing and make-up skills.
- understand how lighting can affect make-up.

Anyone, aged 18 and over from London, United Kingdom

Composer

Composers are responsible for writing original music for films. They write scores that guide the audience through the drama, increase films' emotional impact, and give them atmosphere.

To do this role you will need to:

- be able to improvise.
- be able to create themes quickly under the pressure of deadlines.
- be able to listen to Directors and interpret their vision musically.
- have some understanding of the filmmaking.
- have a passion for film and music.

Anyone, aged 18 and over from London, United Kingdom

Script Editor

Script Editors assess and support relationships between Screenwriters and Producers. They have to be present at all script development meetings to make sure that all parties share the same vision for the project.

To do this role, you will need to:

- have experience of script reading.
- have a knowledge of screenwriting theories.
- understand the various development stages.
- understand how audiences respond to films.
- be a creative writer.
- have good communications skills.

Anyone, aged 18 and over from London, United Kingdom

Production Designer

Production Designers are major heads of department on film crews, and are responsible for the entire art department.

Production Designers begin work at the very early stages of pre-production. They may be asked to look at scripts to provide spending estimates. On first reading a screenplay, they assess the visual qualities that will help to create atmosphere and bring the story to life.

To do this role, you will need to:

- have excellent visual awareness and design skills.

Anyone, aged 18 and over from London, United Kingdom

Costume Designer

Costume Designers' work helps to define the overall ‘look' of TV productions and films, and their role requires a great deal of expertise. This must be achieved within strict budgets and to tight schedules.

To do this role, you will need to:

- be creative and imaginative.
- be skilled in research.
- know about costume history and modern fashion.
- be able to work under pressure to strict deadlines.
- be highly organised.
- break down scripts in terms of costume plots.

Anyone, aged 18 and over from London, United Kingdom

Location Manager

The Location Managers' primary role is to find ideal locations for a film shoot. They report to the Producer, Director and Production Designer.

To do this role, you will need to:

- have plenty of initiative.
- be able to visualise and find potential locations.
- understand local authority processes for permits.
- understand contracts.
- be able to work within budgets.
- have good problem solving skills.
- have good negotiating skills.
- have a full UK driving licence (preferred).

Anyone, aged 18 and over from London, United Kingdom

Voluntary/Work Experience

Voluntary - A person who performs a service willingly and without pay.

Work Experience - A short-term experience of employment typically arranged for pupils, also without pay.

The following voluntary/work experience roles available:

- First Assistant Director
- Assistant Producer
- Assistant Editor
- Hair and Make-up Assistant
- Script Editor
- Runner/Personal Assistant

And many more!

Travel and food expenses for ALL voluntary and work experience roles are covered.

Anyone, aged 18 and over from London, United Kingdom

Actors

Actors interpret others' words in order to bring a script to life. Theirs is the public face of a production, representing many others' work and efforts.

To do this role, you will need to:

- have a good short-term memory.
- be able to learn new lines at very short notice.
- be able to deliver lines at a specific pace.
- be uninhibited, in order to assume other identities.
- have singing and dancing skills (not compulsory).
- be able to assume a different body shape or language.

Anyone, aged 18 and over from London, United Kingdom

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