Thursday, 26 May 2011

Moss Side documentary: preproduction help required

The BBC have been contacted by a local production team who are making a documentary about the Moss Side Riots of 30 years ago.
The production team would really like to engage aspiring filmmakers from the area and will give them the opportunity to get involved in the creative process. The students will be involved in researching interviewees, sourcing contributors, shooting the interviews and also get the chance to see the content crafted in the Edit. They would also like to hear from any budding production coordinators who want to learn more about organising and scheduling on a busy project
If you would like to be considered for a work placement on the project please reply by Friday 3rd June. You need to send a copy of your CV and a short paragraph outlining the skills and ideas you think you can bring to this local project (350 words max). Please make it clear if you want to be considered for a filmmaker or coordinator placement.

Final selection of participants will be done w/c 27th June . Students need to be available to work from 7th July to 13th August.
Please note that this is NOT a BBC work experience opportunity - we are just sending details on behalf of an external production team.
Contact Clare Proffitt []

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