Crew Call for Austin, Texas MiniDV Independent Short Film “The Judgment”
Production Title: The Judgment
Project Type: Short Film
Project Format: MiniDV
Production Location: Austin, Texas
Other/Additional Location: Copperas Cove, TX
Production Start Date: July 28, 2012
Shooting Schedule: 3 week-ends between July 28 – August 12.
Production Wrap Date: August 12, 2012
Producer: GenerationNOW Productions
Writer: Benjamin Tindall
Director: Benjamin Tindall
Synopsis: This is an adaption of Franz Kafka’s short story about a young man who has given himself over to be controlled by others around him such as his fiancé and his father which ultimately leads to his destruction.
Crew Positions Needed:
- Production Designer – Develop and maintain the look and feel for the film.
- Lighting Technician – Supervise the lighting element for the film.
- Camera Operator – Assist the Director with the execution of shots and cinematography of the film.
- Sound Director – Responsible for the sound of the film. This film will not have a musical soundtrack of any kind. Therefore the dialogue needs to be clean and crisp.
Other/Additional Compensation: Film Credit, DVD Copy
Meals/Lodging/Transportation Provided: Snacks and Beverages
Production Company: GenerationNOW Production
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Special Notes for Potential Cast/Crew: If you have experience in these needed fields, please send me your resume with a link to a demo of your work. I am looking for people with a passion for each of these vital positions. You will be contacted if chosen to work on this picture. Thank you for taking the time to send in your information. I’m eager to view your materials! I am looking to begin working with the right crew quickly to establish the right feel for the film and ensure the quality will be present. Thank you for considering this film!
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