Film News - Jobs / Internships / Volunteering / Footage Wanted, Competitions & other opportunities!
Please see below various opportunities, submitted by members and subscribers, or gleaned from other sources. Some are paid positions, some are voluntary. If you're a newcomer, we suggest that you get as much experience as you can, so offering your services for free when an opportunity arises will most-likely be worth it in the longterm, both on your CV, in the gaining of skills and the all importance of meeting/building relationships with people working in the industry. Entering competitions is highly recommened too. You may win, but even if you don't there's the exposure gained!
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148 - December 2011
HD Footage of Chimpanzees Needed Urgently!
I am looking for HD vis of chimpanzees in their natural environment..
general social behaviour.. as well as footage of them behaving more
aggressively, or at least looking aggressive (it could just be play).
We talk about how in chimp society a small group of males use aggression
to dominate the others (and that's repeated all the way down the social
structure). We also talk about how they are very aggressive with other
groups of chimps.
Will consider 35mm to HDcam.
Gina Cali – Email: Gina.Cali@CBC.CA
CBC Science & Natural History Documentaries
"The Nature of Things"
CBC - Toronto
fax: 416-205-6119 www.cbc.ca/natureofthings
147 - November 2011
Job opportunity at JHWFF
Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival are looking for a Film Competition Coordinator. The FCC duties will include:
• Coordinating administration of Film Festival Competition and Best of Festival screenings.
• Communicating with filmmakers around the world, coordinating media deliverables with tech and judging teams and managing extensive data base associated with film entries, delegate registration and invoicing.
• General administration and other related duties and activities, to be determined in collaboration with the Executive Director and Festival Team.
• The Film Competition Coordinator will have a central role on the Festival's core organizing team and will play a significant role in shaping and presenting the 2012 Denver Symposium & 2013 JHWFF.
The successful candidate will have a strong ability to multitask and thrive in a demanding and often chaotic environment, with strong organizational and administration skills.
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Kori Price by November 22, 2011: email@example.com
146 - October 2011
Film Production Co-ordinator Wanted by the RSPB
Film Production Co-ordinator
Based at RSPB UK Headquarters, Sandy, Bedfordshire
Salary £23,000 to £26,000 per annum
Established Post - Full Time 37.5 hours per week
The RSPB needs an experienced Film Production Co-ordinator to join our award-winning Film Unit – a small team dedicated to the production of HD wildlife video content that promotes the Society’s work and captures the spectacle of the natural world for distribution across all media platforms. Programmes vary from promotional online videos to support RSPB campaigns or appeals, to blue-chip conservation wildlife films for broadcast, DVD sales and presentation at major events. To get a feel for some of the short-form promotional content we produce take a look at www.rspb.org.uk/film
The successful applicant will need excellent project management skills, a good knowledge of content acquisition, licensing, sales & copyright law, contract employment law, compliance, and a keen appreciation of health and safety regulations, together with a genuine commitment to the principles of ethical filmmaking and environmental issues. You’ll need to be familiar with HD file-based workflows and asset tracking databases, be well-organised, self-assured, positive, and a great team player with lots of initiative.
Closing Date 4th November 2011 Interview Date 22nd and 23rd November 2011
For further information and an application form, please visit www.rspb.org.uk/vacancies
145 - September 2011
UK Wildlife Footage Wanted for a TV Commercial
Hazel May is looking for clips for use in a series of Jordan's idents sponsoring River Cottage.
(A fee will be paid to anyone whose material is used, of course!)
Here's a list of what she's looking for - It's quite urgent:
- British Owls - Looking stately i.e. Sitting in trees, on posts etc... Owlets too.
- Wild Rabbits
- Tree Sparrow
- Grey Partridge
- Turtle Dove
- Harvestman spider
If you can help, please contact Hazel at: firstname.lastname@example.org
144 - August 2011
Bear Witness (Himalayan Black Bear Conservation Film) - Animators and Funding Support Needed
'Bear Witness' (working title) is the story of two orphaned bear cubs being rehabilitated into the wild in the forests of Arunachal Pradesh in India. The Dusty Foot team has been following the story since 2002. The film looks at the future of the Himalayan Black Bear in the wild, with the backdrop of the international bear trade and a rapidly changing environment. The narrative of the film is an amalgamation of video and animation. We are looking for funding support for animation and post production, animators and possible collaborations.
Email: email@example.com. Further info' here: www.dustyfootindia.com
144 - August 2011
WWF Short Film Competition
Are you a creative filmmaker with a passion for the environment? WWF is asking talented and innovative filmmakers to help us celebrate our 50th anniversary.
Produce an original film up to a maximum of two minutes on the theme: "Life. Nature. You. Make the Connection". Your film should inspire people to love, value and protect the natural world. The films can be in any medium - live action, animation, stop-motion, CGI or a mixture of genres.Commission from WWF to create a short film with a minimum budget of $10,000 USD.
All expenses paid trip to India to attend the CMS Vatavaran environmental film festival.
"Film and video are increasingly important to reach mass audiences and inspire people to love nature," said Martin Atkin, WWF International's Media Director
The prizes: There will be two identical prizes. One winning entry will be judged by a jury and the other will be judged by peers. The winners will each receive:
Deadline: 9th of October 2011
Further info' here: http://panda.org/videocomp Enter here: http://vimeo.com/groups/wwf
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