We’re Looking to hire a part time Lead Video Producer/Broadcast Director that loves the local church to collaborate and assist our current Creative Director (Edward Gilbert) The best part is that there no limits on your creativity, you are free to be as creative as you want! And yes I said this is a church cool right?
This person will Lead projects that vary from, Creative Videos, Documentary and Commercial work, branding and motion graphics. As well as assist with Leading Broadcast Production during our weekend experiences.
This person will be responsible for the technical support of our weekend services and other events throughout the year. They need to be a positive individual who can lead and train a team of volunteers.
We are growing and expanding as a church and expanding on the video content we produce and need your help! So if you have a heart for God, apply!
If interested, and need more information please contact Edward Gilbert
Church is location in Aurora Colorado 80011
You can view some of my work at www.edwardgilbert.tv
Hello all Colorado Film School students.
We are a new Denver-based company working in the energy efficiency industry and is looking for talented new people to assist in producing short video clips for our training and marketing use.
Our goal is to create a series of short clips, from —15 seconds to 2 minutes long— to be used on our website and as sales material for customers. We plan to produce new clips on a fairly regular basis, so temp work could build into a larger job with great performance.
We are looking for someone who catches our vision and can take on a leadership role as we develop a production team internally.
Tell us about yourself in your reply. Area(s) of film expertise, availability, and rates. Include any links to portfolio work you’d like to show as well.
Ablaze Energy VP Sales/Marketing
I am a NYC based pop artist (who got his start in Denver) and I am looking to shoot a music video in and around Castle Rock (not on the stage per say, but using more of the natural elements surrounding it like red rock backgrounds and a deserted road) in full HD. I would like to shoot all of the video during one morning/afternoon so the sun will provide all the lighting we need, with Wed. Sept 17th as a tentative date with shooting starting in the morning, the exact time TBA. I don’t have a budget but I can cover expenses and whoever helps will get full credit to boost their portfolio. I imagine this shoot to be fairly simple and efficient.
Currently I am looking for a cinematographer (or two) that could shoot this video for me. Below are a few considerations and set ups that I would like:
-Walking on a road or on the side of a road (leading up to red rocks)
-A shot in and around a deserted car (provided) on the side of the road
-A scene where two girls are standing guard of some sort of “entry” to red rocks
-Close ups/full body shots against red rock foliage
-Other shots TBD on location based on time constraints
-I plan to use slow-mo in some of the editing process so 120 FPS would be a requirement for the camera(s) used
If you are interested or have any questions please email me at email@example.com!
What: Filming product testimonials
Where: Denver metro area (4 locations)
When: Tuesday, Sept 2 – Wed, Sept 3
How many: approximately 4 testimonials
End product: 2-3 edited 30-60 second videos
Time Commitment: 12-16 filming hours
Please provide video examples and a reference
Must be willing to sign a CDA
We’re a group of independent film makers living on a ranch in southern colorado. We’re shooting a short film in October and are looking for a script supervisor.
We are a small but experienced crew making a modern Western that follows a lonely drifter as he searches for a place to call home in the vast landscape.
We’re looking for an unpaid script supervisor who wants to get first hand experience on a film set. You would need to be available to attend a 9 day shoot, staying on location from 11th Oct - 22nd Oct. We’d provide accommodation and food for the duration of the shoot.
The position would involved working closely with the director, 1st AD and producer. You’ll be central to the success of the film so we’re looking for highly motivated individuals with a keen eye for detail. You’ll have had some experience as a script supervisor and will need to be a team player and be quick to integrate yourself with the cast and crew around you.
This an incredible opportunity to work in a really unique location and make contacts with people already established in the film industry.
Please send all applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are needing the following technical positions (on a volunteer basis) for a short film, “Modern Hero”. We will be shooting the first week in September (9/3-9/6), during the day. We will provide food for each day of the shoot, and a gas stipend. The shoot location is either in Fort Collins or Loveland, TBD.
Production Sound Mixer
Director of Photography
This will be about a 7 minute film. A first film shoot for me, but the finished product will be used as a portfolio piece to re-apply to the Hampshire College Summer Film Institute (I was accepted for this summer, but due to person reasons was unable to attend). If the finished product is good-enough, we will be submitting it to festivals.
Ideally, the crew will have some familiarity with action sequences. We will be filming Parkour action shots. One of the lead actors will be doing his own stunts (he is a Parkour demo professional). We do NOT have our own equipment (although we do have a Canon 60d and have access to a glide cam). The tone of the film should be like “The Killing” and “True Detective”. It is about a child-abduction that fails.
If you are interested, please contact me, Rebecca, via email at email@example.com or my cell phone 970-342-5368.
Filmmakers who want to make a living making films need to understand that filmmaking is the business of making films. Many filmmakers scrape together a film without any specific plan or focus on the end goal for the film. They are singularly focused on the creative aspects and put the business and legal steps to the side. Filmmakers need to leverage an entrepreneur’s mindset to support their creative endeavors in order to build a sustainable career. This workshop will empower filmmakers to think as themselves as entrepreneurs and help them think about their films as a product and their body of work as a brand. In doing so, we will be exploring entrepreneurial, legal and business tools to help filmmakers create a sustainable brand and create more films. Whether you are a producer, show creator, or in any aspect of the production process this session will provide you with the strategies that will protect and improve your projects.
Topics covered include:
- Team building
- Proposing and pitching
- Forming a company
- Contracting and permitting
- Negotiating and agreeing
Michael Haskins represents film, television and new media projects, production companies, technology companies, and individuals. He provides guidance relating to acquisition, development, distribution, financing, formation, IP, licensing, production, and sales. He has successfully guided numerous television and film properties and some of the largest companies in the media creation and technology business.
In 2012, Michael became the President of CINEMA (Colorado Innovators of New Entertainment Media and Arts) where he presented economic analysis, proposed legislation and advocated on behalf of the Colorado Office of Film, Television and New Media and succeeded in bringing Colorado its first competitive incentive in over 20 years. This incentive is responsible for more than $37 million in new production and more than 800 jobs to Colorado. He also sits on the Executive Committee of the Colorado Media Leaders Roundtable, with representatives from some of Colorado’s largest employers, in the creation of a comprehensive trade association to promote media creation, distribution and packaging within Colorado.
Pamela Maass has successfully guided numerous business owners, filmmakers and creative entrepreneurs in complex business and legal decisions. Pamela has a background in intellectual property law, civil litigation and business law. Her current law practice is focused on complex civil litigation and helping business owners protect their businesses.
Pamela is an advisor for a local production company, she is an advisor for Think Global Institute an international accelerator for women entrepreneurs and she is helping launch an accelerator for women filmmakers and creative entrepreneurs.
Pam is a regular performer for Bovine Metropolis Theater and produces and directs and acts in theatrical and film productions.
Visit https://www.denveropenmedia.org/classes/business-and-legal-strategy-filmmakers for more information.