Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Film Interns Needed

Umesgon este na dos gi as Alex Munoz:

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SUMMER INTERN NEEDED

For Community Outreach and Community Relations regarding the upcoming GUAM Feature Film " I FUETSAN I TAO TAO ".

Job description

- Manage successful community outreach campaign.
- manage all correspondence with Community Leaders and Elders
- create and distribute Bi Monthly news letters
- Recruit and generate community support for film project
- Communications Liason with Political and Community Leaders on GUAM regarding PROJECT WORKFORCE.
-Post and stream sizzle spots for film
- Manage I FUETSAN I TAO TAO my space site.


Contact : Alex Munoz @ Alexcmunoz@gmail.com

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FYI Films, a program that teaches filmmaking to youth in the juvenile justice system in Los Angeles, is looking for undergraduate and graduate student interns this summer to aid in various short and long-term projects. This is an exciting opportunity to learn about the nonprofit media arts community and filmmaking.

The time commitment is 10-15 hours per week, flexible schedule. This is an unpaid internship.

Job description:

Production assistance
Preparing press materials
Updating website
Recruiting and organizing volunteers
General clerical tasks
Maintaining database

We are seeking enthusiastic, motivated applicants
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Gena at gtmoto@gmail.com

You may visit the website for more information on FYI Films: http://www.fyifilms.org

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In other Guam film news, one of the documentaries that I've worked for over the years, is slowly winding down and will hopefully be completed sometime this year. Its tentatively titled Tano Y Chamorro or "Land of the Chamorros" and is directed by Puerto Rican scholar and filmmaker Frances Negron Muntaner.

Here's some video I took while we were filming in December of last year. I'll be posting more on this and some other films I've worked on soon.







Lastly, the makers of the locally made film Shiro's Head have released the film's long-awaited trailer and promise (that if all goes well) the film will be screened on island sometime before the end of the year.

Head to their website to see the trailer and learn more about the film.

Shiro's Head: The Legend





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