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Video Producer


Carbonated.TV is a digital media organization that aims to empower “The Voice of the Underdog.” We are looking for a Video Producer to shoot, produce and edit short, easily digestible political and pop culture videos on a daily basis for our site. Our core mission is to engage and interact with our mobile audience 24 hours a day, every day using thought-provoking and trending multimedia content from around the world. We are looking for an energetic and dependable self-starter with an eye for viral, newsworthy content and a journalistic passion for informing audiences using innovative visual storytelling techniques. We are looking for a hands-on producer, a collaborative team player that can concept, shoot, edit video and create motion graphics.

• Conceiving ideas and shooting videos in our Bay Area studio
• Create 1-2 minute videos that we curate and post on our social media channels
• Be able to break down key concepts and come up with creative story ideas
• Able to conduct interviews and write scripts about politics and pop culture
• Being able to see a project from beginning to end and produce the final touches
• Must have the ability to make non-visual stories into videos with data visualization skill sets and creative ideas for graphics, shooting and editing
• Make creative and concept videos that people will like and share on Facebook, Instagram, and emerging platforms
• Create new video formats, styles and production processes that result in shareable videos
• Collaborate with editors and writers to create intriguing, shareable content
• Identify and analyze web video trends
• Build an in-house video production team
• Occasional travel as needed

• 1-3 years of experience creating compelling, shareable video content
• Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment
• High understanding of social media platforms
• Experience adding graphics to videos to make them more effective, informative and engaging
• A passion for international and domestic news, politics and pop culture is a HUGE plus
• Ability to work with a small group as well as on your own
• Proficiency with DSLR/video cameras, sound, and lighting equipment, and editing suites (Final Cut Pro, and full Adobe Creative Suite)

If interested, please email nnavarro@netpace.com a brief cover letter, resume detailing your relevant experience and a link or website to your reels. Thank you

Seeking Film Editor to Finish Off 2 Short Films


I have a couple of short films that were sort of abandoned in post-production land because the editors got busy and too much time slipped by and now both films just need a round or two of edits before they can be called done. I would highly appreciate if somebody could jump in and make those revisions. I don't have too much money but I'd be happy to negotiate a rate for the two of them. Neither project should take too long. Email me at info@daisyrogozinsky.com if you are interested.

Job Opening


The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) has announced a job opening for the position of Filming Manager. A complete job description is attached to this e-mail.

This position is open to the public. Interested applicants should send their resume to zagreb.delatorre@mrca.ca.gov, or may fax to 323-441-8691 Attention: Zagreb De La Torre, Human Resources Specialist by no later than March 15, 2017. If you know anyone with similar qualifications, you are encouraged to inform them about this opportunity. Selected candidates will be notified by phone or e-mail to schedule an interview.

Please advise those staff members who may not have access to a computer of this employment opportunity. Your assistance with this is highly appreciated.

Thank you, Zagreb De La Torre
Human Resources Specialist
Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority
Los Angeles River Center & Gardens
570 W. Avenue 26, #100, Los Angeles, CA 90065
Office: (323) 221-9944 x145 Cell: (213) 944-7262

Non-Paid Gigs/InternshipsPost To This Section
Camera Rentals Department Assistant - Paid Internship


We are looking for a technically savvy assistant in the rentals department at Studio B Films in Berkeley. This is a paid part-time internship that requires an average of one or two days a week commitment assisting the Rentals Manager in the office, with occasional opportunities to help out on Studio B shoots as a production assistant or other crew position. The internship is a great chance to learn new skills in a friendly, professional environment that fosters growth and enthusiasm. We are looking for someone who loves being around all kinds of video production gear and who has experience with various professional and consumer digital cameras.

The perfect candidate is someone who has gone through a film or broadcast television BA program or has the equivalent on-set and technical experience. A driver's license, a flexible schedule, and the ability to lift at least 50 pounds above your head are all required. Please only apply if you are available to work on weekdays and have the flexibility to change schedules weekly. This internship will include prepping and staging camera packages for both rentals and internal shoots, booking gear rentals with clients, and making deliveries/pick-ups from different rental houses and production companies around the Bay Area. Other responsibilities include office maintenance, gear repair, media management and prep editing, and general PA work. Compensation.

The job pays a stipend of $80 a day (free lunch included), with a 4-month commitment. If the internship goes well, we often hire alumni interns full-time, part-time, or on a freelance basis. At the very least we always like to recommend alumni interns to other production companies when the internship is over. To learn more about who we are and what we do check out our website at www.studiobfilms.com

To apply please send a resume to: rentals@studiobfilms.com and explain in the email why you're the perfect fit for the role.

Award-Winning Production House Looking for Intern


Are you looking to break into the television production industry? We need a research savvy intern in the Development department. The right candidate will be a google research pro who knows how to pick out the hook to a story.

Indigo Films has been established in the Bay Area nearly 20 years. We produce high-caliber and award-winning documentaries and reality television for networks such as The History Channel, National Geographic, Discovery, and Travel Channel.

This is an unpaid internship in which you earn school credit and a wealth of knowledge and participation in piecing together our productions. Please email your cover letter and resume describing your interest in television and relevant experience to cchin@indigofilms.com.

Intern duties include:
-Researching ideas for new shows
-Writing/compiling research information for proposals
-Day to day office tasks

Intern qualifications include:
-Enrolled as a full-time student in university
-You have to be the kind of person who likes compiling random information and jumping through all the different, weird, interesting rabbit holes when you’re on the internet, reading, or having a conversation with someone new.
-You have to love watching television and be aware of the kind of content that is out there.
-You should be good at doing research – especially research on the internet – and you should be able to find information on anything from restaurants in train stations, to the world’s fastest dog, to weird weather phenomena. In this job, you can be asked to research (and learn about) just about any topic that could and should be covered on TV.

Film+Digital Media Archiving Internship


We are searching for exceptionally motivated individuals to train in researching, film and digital image archiving, film and video logging, off-line time code editing, database entry and other technical and related media skills. This is not a production position. This position is unpaid. College credit is required. International students must have J-1 visa.

Oddball Films is a unique stock footage company specializing in providing offbeat and eclectic footage for feature films, documentaries, broadcast television and other projects. We acquire, archive and supply footage for major creative projects across the globe.

What You Will Learn
• Digitizing, archiving and making accessible archival materials
• Cleaning, repairing and archiving 16mm and 35mm film elements.
• How to maintain digital databases
• Principles of time code
• Logging and metadata procedures
• How to work with digital files
• Off-line editing
• Researching our analog and digital archive¬

• Tech and computer savvy
• Basic knowledge of film and video systems
• Basic understanding of migrating analog (tape) and digital files
• Background in archiving, history, library science or moving image studies
• Self directed and the ability to work independently
• Organized and detail-oriented
• Excellent written and communication skills
• Reliable and dependable
• Goal-oriented

**Minimum commitment required/ You must be currently enrolled in either an undergraduate or graduate college or university program and earn credit for your internship

This is an intensive hands-on internship. You will be trained and leave here with real world skills. Past interns have received scholarships to New York University’s Moving Image Preservation Program, furthered their studies at the L Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation at the George Eastman House, received grants from the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) and now have positions at Oddball Films, the Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences, Lucasfilm, Witness, Canyon Cinema, the Stanford Archives of Recorded Sound, Current TV and the National Archives.

How to Apply: Email us a brief letter of interest with highlights of your skills and a resume to info@oddballfilms.com with “Archive Intern” in the subject field.

Casting NoticesPost To This Section


Patients -Male, all ethnicities, Adult 18+ Men to appear YOUNGER teens, short hair. Thin, skinny build.
Medical Dr- Male, any ethnicity, 40-60, miserable appearing, rough type, thin to average build.
Nurse- Female, any ethnicity, 40-60s, miserable appearing, average build.
Prison Guard- Male 30-50, any ethnicity, thin to athletic build. Clean shaven.
JEREMY PHOTO DOUBLE: Teen - Adult Caucasian boy Must be approx 5'2" - 5'5" around 120-140, lean and thin, MUST be willing to shave head.
Contact: forciercasting@gmail.com

Beau Bonneau Casting Notice


Seeking Bay Area edgy, hip types in their 20’s for an eBay video shoot. Musicians, Artists, Bartenders, interesting looks, and tattoos a plus. No speaking Lines. Must be available for both an audition Monday March 13th as well as the shoot day this upcoming Wednesday March 15th. The rate is a flat $500 for the day, This will be a 2 hour shoot however you may be requested to work anytime between 8 A.M. and 10 P.M.

How to submit: email the following to Beaubonneaucasting@gmail.com ASAP!
Subject Line: eBay-Name-City you live in-Age Range

Full name, Phone number, Sizes: Height, Weight, Clothing Sizes.
Two brand new digital photos of yourself, one shoulders up and one full body please (no sunglasses, No Hat). Show off your tattoos if you have any
If you know anyone who fits this description, please pass along this casting notice.

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