This is one of most exciting feature filming projects you may ever be privileged to be part of, This film is porsed to scoop major awards in film festivals and will be screened in most of the popular tv networks.
We are looking for disciplined and dedicated, professional film crew who have a free diary between the 17th of july to the 10 of august 2012,this is an independent film and we are looking for only people who have a passion in film making ,who are willing to commit their time for the time the film is going to be shoot, each member who applies for the specific role their full kit.
Expenses will be paid for travelling durring filming at a rate of day travel card for London only, please do not apply if you are not sure about your commitments or availability as all times wasters will be reported.
please choose the position you want to apply and quote the name of it when applying:
Assistant Camera (A.C.): Responsible for the care and maintenance of the camera and all of its associated pieces and parts. The first A.C. works closely with the camera operator and the director of photography at the cameras, while the second A.C. loads the film and runs the slate. A director of photography will often have a favorite A.C. with whom he or she prefers to work.
Assistant Director (A.D.): An assistant to the director, the first A.D. runs the set, plans the cost-efficient scheduling of locations and talent, schedules the days’ shooting and is responsible for carrying out the director’s instructions. The second A.D. signs actors in and out, handles paperwork relating to the number of hours worked, and is usually the person in charge of production assistants.
Art Director: Designs and constructs sets for the production designer.
Associate Producer: The top assistant to the producer, usually the intermediary between the Producer and the shooting crew.
Best Boy: The head electrician responsible for getting power to the set. Reports to the gaffer.
Camera Operator: Runs the camera during shooting. On low-budget films, the D.P. may also serve as the Operator.
Casting Director: Responsible for supplying actors for the film. Works with the producer and director.
Craft Services: Provides snacks, soft drinks, coffee, etc.
Director: Controls the action and dialogue in front of the camera. Translates the written word into visuals and dialogue.
Director of Photography (D.P.): Responsible for the “look” of the film; works with the lighting director to set-up shots and camera moves. The D.P. has the ultimate responsibility for ensuring that each scene is properly recorded on film. Sometimes called the cinematographer.
Dolly Grip: Prepares the camera dolly and associated hardware, and operates the dolly during the shoot.
Editor: Cuts the film and splices it together. There is usually more than one editor on a large project.
Electrician: A member of the electrical department; reports directly to the Best Boy.
Foley Artist: A sound effects artist who works on a special “Foley” stage where sound effects are recorded to match visuals such as doors closing, feet walking, and window breaking.
Gaffer: Works with the D.P. and the lighting director to light the scene. Handles the equipment.
Grip: Works with the lighting and camera departments. The backbone of the film shoot, grips are responsible for moving equipment and generally assisting the production team. The key grip is the head of the grip department.
Line Producer: Responsible for keeping the film’s costs down. Approves expenses, including locations, actors, and crew.
Location Manager: Scouts locations and negotiates use agreements with property owners. Works with the transportation captain to make sure there is enough parking at the location; works with local officials to coordinate shooting schedules, and is responsible for the condition of the locations after shooting is finished.
Location Scout: Searches for the perfect locations,