Unit Still Photographer & Videographer

Unit Still Photographer & Videographer

  • Project Details
    "How Not To Write A Rom-Com" is a 20-minute short proof-of-concept film. It tells the story of a besotted screenwriter, who attempts to win back the actress of his dreams by writing a script about their former semblance of a relationship. But when his beloved actress insists that somebody else should act opposite her, our infatuated screenwriter finds himself having to direct a better-looking version of himself in an intimate sex scene with the woman he loves.

    We are looking for an experienced photographer and videographer who is willing to not only take photos of our cast and crew but is also willing to be featured playing the part of a Unit Photographer in our short proof-of-concept film.

    This is a great opportunity for any photographer that would like to get some high-quality film footage of themselves at work.

    Our chosen photographer and videographer will not only take photos of our amazing actors but will also need to capture candid behind-the-scenes photos and videos of our entire cast and crew.

    Applicants will need to have their own camera (ideally one that doesn't make too much noise so that they can take photos during shoots), and if they have one or two small lights of their own then that would be really useful too.

    This short proof of concept film will be submitted to multiple leading film festivals, all of our cast and crew will be credited on IMDb, and we will promote your involvement with the film on social media. In addition, we will provide lots of good food and drink during our shoots, and pay for reasonable travel expenses.
  • Production Type
    Short Films
  • Union Status
    Non Union
  • Location
  • Dates & Location
    Sat 10th Sep, Sat 17th Sep, Sat 1st Oct, Sun 2nd Oct, and Sun 9th Oct
  • Closing Date
    14th Aug 2022