Posted On: October 17, 2017
Media Organization: Camino Bluff Productions, Inc.
Camino Bluff Productions, Inc. is dedicated to making independent films that reflect and are inspired by the Latino experience in the United States. Founded by Carlos Sandoval in 2001, Camino Bluff has produced such award-winning films as Farmingville, A Class Apart and The State of Arizona. Camino Bluff brings together accomplished filmmakers to tell stories that we are passionate about. We want to spark conversations that will move audiences to act.
Award winning documentary producer seeks dynamite and highly organized person to assist him in the production of a commissioned short on Latinos and the criminal justice system.
The AP will work closely with the producer throughout the production, from pre-pro to post, embedded in the TriBeCa offices of a national civil rights organization. This is primarily an administrative position with tremendous creative opportunities as we research, cast and script this social justice short.
The right candidate must be detailed and task oriented, a great communicator, and skilled with people as s/he will be the point person with professional crew members, high level interviewees and our extraordinary characters. Musts include: brilliance, creativity, self-motivation, being nice while being assertive, as well as proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word and Google Docs.
As AP, you will be researching, assisting with script development, arranging shoots, booking travel, managing schedules, tracking expenses and organizing video conference calls. You’ll also be responsible for managing all media and assisting our editor, so proficiency in Final Cut Pro is a minimum and editing experience a plus.
Bilingual in English and Spanish highly preferred as are knowledge of or experience with the criminal justice system.
Submit resumes with cover letter to Carlos Sandoval (mail@CaminoBluff.com)