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About the North Carolina Film Office Directory:
The North Carolina Film Office provides a listing service to the states community of crew and support services companies without fee. You can create your free listing in four easy steps: 1) Select a listing type, a login, and a password, 2) Provide some basic contact information, 3) Add your skills & affiliations, and 4) Select the appropriate listing categories (there is a maximum of 2 listing categories). Crew registrants will be also required to enter professional credits (i.e., feature, short, documentary, commercial, etc.). There is a minimum requirement of 1 and a maximum of 10 professional credits per listing category. Upon completion, your profile will be reviewed and validated within 24 hours. For those who do not have a verifiable professional credit/project and are, therefore, unable to register in our Resource Directory, we would suggest they visit the website and view current productions in the state. If there is a specific production they are interested in, they can contact this office and they will then be provided with production office contact information (provided we have received it from the production company). They can then contact the production office to inquire about any possible internships.



Needlepoint.Com (posted 12/6/2013)
Needlepoint.Com is the fastest growing needlepoint business and we are located right here in Raleigh! We are reinventing the needlepoint craft and bringing it to the 21st century by creating a series of online tutorials. These videos will be linked to our website and other craft websites. We are looking for a highly creative videographer to help us!

Start Date: ASAP with a 3-6 month commitment


• Can provide samples of past work
• Reliable, self motivated
• Filming from first person point of view
• Excellent video editing skills
• Creative styling
• Knowledge of integrating video into social media and branding
• Immediate availability
3811 Hillsborough St
Raleigh, NC


SoundPure (posted 11/18/2013)

Sound Pure is a music retail and recording studio located in the beautiful city of Durham, NC. We offer a place to demo and purchase the finest professional recording and music equipment available as well as a top of the line recording studio and video production services.
At SoundPure, the Video Productions Team creates promotional video content for manufacturer products as well as music and promotional videos for our clientele. Currently, SoundPure is looking for enthusiastic, motivated individuals with experience in video production, video editing, and marketing to work with the Video Production Team as a Video Production Intern. We are looking for individuals who can commit to a minimum of 15-20 hours per week for 3 months. This is an unpaid position, and preference will be given to those with more availability. We are committed to working around class schedules and individualizing the internship experience for each candidate.

This position is ideal for a college-student or recent graduate interested in gaining hands-on experience in all aspects of video production, including pre-production/planning, video and ad production, and post-production editing and marketing. Interns will be involved in all aspects of production and will have an opportunity to gain experience in areas of their choosing.

As a SoundPure intern, you will shadow skilled videographers who will help you to hone your video editing and production skills and you will also gain experience working in a professional music studio. Interns will also work with and learn from marketing specialists, sound engineers and musical experts. Interns will work on a multitude of video projects and will even have the opportunity for creative input and planning on many projects. In addition, motivated interns will have the opportunity to help develop concepts for creative video advertising and social media marketing strategies.

- Experience using Final Cut Pro 7(or 10)/ Adobe Premier/ or a comparable editing software

· Strong organizational skills and creativity

· Detail-oriented

· Verbal and written communications skills

- Online research skills

· The ability to work well independently


· Some video production/post-production experience preferred

· Experience with Adobe programs (Photoshop, After Effects)

· Experience with Motion, Apple Color, Compressor

· Sound editing

· Motion graphics experience

--Note: Interns are not required to know all these programs. If you know or are experienced in one or a few and would like to expand your skill base, then this is a great opportunity.


· Portfolio building and commercial video experience

- Shadow experienced videographers who will train you in video editing and production and provide you with the skills necessary to produce high quality video demos for Sound Pure

· Work in a state of the art studio with expert musicians and gain experience in audio and music video production

- Receive a strong letter of recommendation upon completion of the internship

· Develop creative video marketing and social media strategies

· SoundPure’s Video Production Interns have used the skills they gained here to become audio engineers, independent video producers, and more.

Interested parties should send their resumes and/or reels to Michael Pham at

Youth Organizing Institute (posted 9/7/2013)

Youth Organizing Institute seeking 3 student interns for Fall 2013 to work on social media, marketing, organizing, and grassroots fundraising.
We are seeking candidates who can make a three month commitment: September 16 – December 18.

The Youth Organizing Institute is a popular education leadership development program for high school age LGBTQ youth, low-income youth, and youth of color in Wake, Durham and Orange counties. We believe in grassroots organizing and elevating the voices of young people to organize in their own name for meaningful change.

Positions are based in Triangle area. Our office is located in Durham and interns will be required to work in the office one day/week.

§ A strong and proven commitment to progressive values and building the power of youth and students, especially LGBTQ youth, women, low-income youth, and youth of color,

§ Excellent communication and teamwork skills,

Excellent writing skills

§ Reliable, outgoing, self-motivated and detail-oriented,

§ A means of transportation to get to Durham once/week.

Submit resume, cover letter (NO LONGER THAN TWO PAGES), and three references to Use the subject line “YOI Intern” and which internship(s) you are applying for (communication, grassroots fundraising, event planning). In your cover letter, please answer the following questions:

§ Why are you applying and what skills and experiences?

§ Why do you think youth organizing is important?

§ Tell us about someone you consider a role model and why.

Tell us about one issue you feel passionate about.

Communication Intern
Position: Intern (Paid) A $500 stipend is offered with this Internship.
Dates: September 16, 2013 – December 18, 2013
Hours: 10-15 hours/week


§ Help brand the Youth Organizing Institute including T-shirts, website, social media, and other materials

§ Create community awareness by helping to coordinate a grassroots fundraising event

Help with social media and traditional media outreach,

§ Update and revamp the website

§ Donor management and engagement including, helping with donor management software implementation, sending newsletters, sending an end of year mailing.

Event Planning Intern

Position: Intern (Paid) A $500 stipend is offered with this Internship.
Dates: September 16, 2013 – December 18, 2013
Hours: 10-15 hours/week


§ Help plan the first annual winter Ella Baker Gala to Honor Youth Allies

§ Help to develop program, location, invitations, and logistics

§ Develop promotional materials for Gala

§ Help find sponsors for the Gala

Grassroots Fundraising Intern

Position: Intern (Paid) A $500 stipend is offered with this Internship.
Dates: September 16, 2013 – December 18, 2013
Hours: 10-15 hours/week


§ Work with community establishments, including local businesses to identify opportunities and solicit support

§ Organize a grassroots fundraising event (could be a house party, drag show, trivia night….) in Chapel Hill.

§ Support Winter Ella Baker Gala to Honor Youth Allies, including soliciting and identify sponsors, auction items, outreach and logistics.

Elena Everett
919-413-1276 cell

PropTarts, Inc. (posted 5/5/2013)

PropTarts, Inc., a Burlington, NC based prop and set company, is offering a summer internship to qualified film students with experience and/or concentration in art department studies. The student must be currently enrolled in an accredited college program and would be doing this internship for class credit. We will work with college staff and faculty to abide by all the rules of the internship. The intern must be covered under private or college health insurance. Hours are based on class requirements. There is no pay for the internship, but the student would be eligible to be employed as an Art PA when possible. The going rate is $200 - $250 per day. Housing is available in Burlington, NC. Hotel housing will be provided for any out of town jobs.

PropTarts is a set and prop design. construction and rental company co-owned by Sophia Martinez Moore, Sarah Costello and Jenny Thornton. We specialize primarily in commercials but also do corporate events, music videos, product launches and the occasional film. We are recognized as being the top company in our field in the Triad, Triangle and RTP areas of NC.

At our shop in a historic textile mill, we have 5,000 sf of prop storage and a scene shop. Most of our jobs involve sourcing and propping either from stores, our collection of props and set dressing, or our hoarder contacts who share our interest in collecting the obscure and interesting. We also custom build props and set dressing in our shop or sometimes in parking lots of motel rooms on location!

We average one commercial project per week. Our clients are primarily national or regional. Recent customers have included Fiat, Food Lion, Furniture Brands International, Sheetz, Midnight Moon, and the North Carolina Education Lottery. Each project is usually headed up by one of the partners. We employ several art PAs on a regular basis depending on the project.

Internship duties might include the following: organizing props and set dressing in our warehouse, researching items online, fabricating props, set dressing and sets, assisting on commercials. We would teach the basics of all aspects of commercial art direction on the job and in the shop including bidding, research, design presentation, fabrication, picture shopping, accounting and returns.

There are no divas at PropTarts. We would expect an intern to do the same heavy lifting, truck loading, long hours, and hard work that we do. We lead by example and expect all our crew to represent.

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to:
PropTarts, Inc.
2441 Hodges Road
Burlington, NC 27217
You can also email it to
Any questions, call Sarah Costello at 336 214 4048

Monkey Time (posted 4/23/2013)

Fall Internship available for local call in LIVE political TV show - Monkey Time.
Commitment: 10 hours weekly. Duration of 15 weeks.
You will gain experience with a live show, video editing and possible production projects (in front of or behind a camera).
The show is on public access channel 10 at 8pm on Wednesdays. Monkey Time is a long running left leaning political call in show that features local and national politics, local events…and a monkey puppet. You can watch episodes here:
* Attend live Wednesday night broadcasts (7:15 - 9:15pm).
* Process DVD data using hand break (or similar software).
* Edit full length episodes and segments. Provide as youtube ready video format file.
* Write segment description and SEO key words.
* Complete follow up from previous weeks topics.
* Create local video segments
For more information please contact Carol Terwilliger at

The NC Council of Churches
(posted 4/22/2013)
The NC Council of Churches seeks an intern to complete a short film on the life of Sister Evelyn Mattern. This position includes a stipend and the opportunity to work with other like-minded students.

Evelyn was a Catholic nun and longtime program associate for the Council who was at the forefront of farmworker issues and care of creation before a lot of people of faith were engaged around those. She cared deeply about issues of peace, both locally and globally, and was a resolute presence at the General Assembly, to the great unhappiness of some elected officials.

She was a teacher, writer and poet who taught for a time at St. Aug's. Evelyn was a quietly fiery person who didn't have to raise her voice to convey her passion for faith that was actively engaged in caring for those too often on the fringes of society.

As we approach the 10th anniversary of her death this November, some of the folks who knew Evelyn, including those of us at the Council, want to make sure her legacy survives and is accessible to young people who might not realize that a progressive faithful vision of social justice is possible, particularly in the South.

A couple of articles about her:

I would welcome the opportunity to speak with any student interested in the project, They can reach me via e-mail or at the phone number listed below.

Aleta Payne
Development & Communications
NC Council of Churches
27 Horne St., Raleigh, 27607

Southern Exposure Fellowship (posted 2/7/2013)

Now in its second year, Southern Exposure provides a positive and challenging learning experience to exceptional college and graduate students seeking to explore and develop their own voices as environmental advocates through the use of documentary film, photography, and journalism. This innovative summer fellowship equips students with the skills, equipment, content knowledge, and contacts to create authentic, engaging films intended to raise public awareness about important issues facing Alabama’s environment, from the mountains to the coast.

See here for more details. Application form can be downloaded here. The deadline for applications is March 11, 2013.

Videography Internship (posted 1/18/2013)

Want to spend your summer on waterslides and sailboats? Camp Sea Gull (for boys) and Camp Seafarer (for girls) are internationally known summer camps operated by the YMCA of the Triangle Area, Raleigh, North Carolina. Located on the central coast of North Carolina, the camps offer a unique program, highlighted by seamanship and skill development.

We are looking for interns that are interested in videography and photography. There are multiple positions available at both Sea Gull and Seafarer. These interns would be fully immersed in the camp community and get to know the product they are marketing. Interested majors include Cinema, Photography, Communications, etc.

These paid opportunities offer both housing and meals.

Looking to hire one male intern (Camp Sea Gull) and one female intern (Camp Seafarer).
Please submit a resume to

Some previous postings - may be worth contacting:

Oxford University Press (posted 10/31/2012)

Oxford University Press would like to offer an opportunity to film a 5-10 minute tour of our facility in Cary to show to our NYC employees. This is a great opportunity to add something to your portfolio and make some money as well!

• 5-10 minute video of the warehouse facility from a first person POV
• Student must bring their own equipment
• Editing of the video
• Compensation will be discussed (ca. $250-500)

To apply, please contact Anne Marshall at explaining why you would like to film the video and your past experience using video equipment and editing software.

A/V GEEKS: Spring 2013 Semester - Local moving image archive located in a private residence in downtown Raleigh looking for intern to help with digitizing and cataloging educational films. Work will involve learning about the collection; researching and creating metadata for the films and videos; a little physical labor including moving and shelving dusty film cans; learning to digitize a variety of video formats; working with Quicktime Pro to edit works; working with video logging software for creating clips and logging metadata; working with a Filemaker Pro database; and some web work. I would be willing to work with the intern if he or she has specific interests or goals, which might develop over the course of the internship. See for more information about the nature of the archive.

Send resume to Skip Elsheimer (an NC State grad!),, and please indicate if you are a Film Studies major (reference will be given to NCSU Film Studies majors). Candidates will need their own transportation to and from the archive.
This is an unpaid internship. To receive internship credit Film Studies students will have to register for a class, supervised by Tom Wallis whom they may e-mail for more info about the internship program. Internships require 150 hours of completed work (typically 10 hours a week, although it might be possible to start the internship over the winter break), contribution toward a professional project, and a 5-7 page paper due at the end of the semester.

Broadreach (posted 8/21/2012)
Broadreach is an adventure company based out of Raleigh, NC that provides summer abroad learning programs for middle school, high school and college students. We have an opportunity this fall for a Film Studies Internship that will be a real-world experience in video, sound, storyboarding, and editing. Each summer we send hundreds of students on adventures all over the world, and have hours of exciting footage to show for it. We are looking for someone to help us create something from the raw footage, categorize and catalog the 2012 material, and assist in running a video 'trailer' contest for some of our trip participants. At the end of the semester, you will also have a completed trailer that will exhibit your developed storyboarding and production skills. Our offices are located in Boylan Heights, and are a short bike ride away from campus. The intership would consist of 10-15 hours a week in our office (150 hours total), and can be broken up based on a mutually agreed upon schedule. Broadreach is a fun working environment. You'll get great experience, and when your internship is finished, you won't want to go. Learn more about us at Preference will be given to film majors and resumes should be sent to Ladye Jane Vickers at

David Hambridge: (posted 8/21/2012)
I, David Hambridge, am a filmmaker based in downtown Raleigh, NC and I am currently directing a short documentary film funded through NC State’s College of Education - as well as directing and editing various commercial projects. There is currently a position open for an internship that would entail all aspects of the production process, but mostly assistant editing for the short documentary film. The intern would get their own MacBook Pro 15” with Final Cut Pro 7 and the Adobe Creative Suite 6.0 to work off of. This internship will be mostly on a by-project basis and generally entail 15 hrs a week or less. The position is unpaid, but if the intern is excelling and producing very efficiently, I usually pay stipends by project. This position also may include travel for shoots in different cities, states, and possibly out of the country. Please visit my website at to get a better understanding for the work I produce. See this flyer for more details.

Creative Illusions: (posted 4/25/2012) Summer Internship starting no later than the end of May
Raleigh & Atlanta based Production Company seeks part-time intern (15 hrs per week) to assist with video creation/production, graphic design, Internet marketing and social media. The company is located north of Raleigh, 30 minutes from downtown. For more information click here.

The position has the possibility to lead to future contract/freelance employment.
Please contact us via
For information regarding the business visit

U.S. PIRG: Application deadline is Friday, April 27th, 2012

U.S. Pirg is a nation-wide network of state-based public interest advocacy groups. This year we are hiring more than 100 graduating college students who will work on a range of public interest issues, from protecting and improving public health to making college more affordable and working for more and better public transportation, including high-speed rail.

Learn more at or send an email
to Vanessa Wright, Field Organizer USPIRG


Trailblazer Studios (posted 3/18/2012) Unpaid or for college credit.
Hours: 10:30am to 6pm for a minimum of 2 days every workweek for a semester.

Trailblazer Studios is looking for strongly motivated and eager young media professionals to intern in our post-production department. We offer specialized post services including creative offline, motion design, animation, visual effects, color correction, asset & work-flow management, and more. In 2011, we delivered over 160 shows to network, independent films to the festival circuit, and pulled down awards for our spot work. Interns will be responsible for capturing tapes and other media formats to edit stations, making dubs using industry-grade tape machines and DVD replicators, producing and printing labels for tapes and DVDs, assisting editors in organizing footage, and many other duties associated with the post-production business. Interns will be trained to use Avid Media Composer, Final Cut Pro, and any other program necessary to get the job done. From time to time, interns also may be asked to help with client services, so they must also possess excellent communication skills.

A few rewards of your work may include shadowing individual editors and artists for a day; attending online audio and video reviews with producers, audio engineers, and color correction artists; attending online seminars with industry professionals; assisting producers on set and on location of live-shot news and commercial productions.

Undergraduates in their junior or senior year with an interest in post-production and a strong desire to learn should apply. Although not required, we encourage all applicants to have taken a video production/post production class and have some knowledge of using content creation software.

Please contact:
Kevin Shattuck
(919) 645-6617

Application deadlines:
Summer: March 30 Fall: July 30

The Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that works to build support for progressive organizations across the country. We run campaigns for the Human Rights Campaign, USPIRG, and Environment America. This summer we will be in over 50 cities, working and lobbying to help win environmental and social justice campaigns.

Last summer our staff helped ban off-shore drilling to protect our coasts, repeal Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, and increase food safety standards to make school lunches safer- all while building valuable leadership skills.

Currently, we have paid positions open on our campaign staff in each of our locations. We require that interested candidates are hard workers and have excellent communication skills.

As a member of our staff, you will fundraise, build membership for our partner groups, and educate and activate citizens on pressing issues. You will also have the opportunity to organize press conferences and build coalitions with other non-profit organizations. While on staff, you gain knowledge of pressing concerns our country is facing, learn how to effectively generate public support, and obtain a firm understanding of the political process.

We will be holding information sessions and interviews at NC State March 13th-15th .

To apply, please visit or call 800-75-EARTH (753-2784). Or fill out this form to receive more information.

Fiberactive Organics, L3C is in need of an intern with video, graphics and marketing skills. The first of several projects is to design and produce a video pitch for crowd funding of our new product line. The video is to be published on Indiegogo and YouTube. The intern(s) will have rights to the finished video for their own promotion/portfolio. The deadline for the production is April 30. A minimum of 10 hours of work per week is a must. Equipment will be provided. Funding for the internship will come from the success of the video pitch itself. Other compensation will come in many forms and is negotiable.

We hope to establish a long term relationship with this intern. Success on this project could result in a paid position.

You can learn more about Fiberactive Organics, L3C on their web site, Fiberactive is located at 4224 Beryl Rd, Ste A, in Raleigh. This is just across the street from the NC State Arboretum.

If interested please contact Julie Mullin, Be prepared to send a sample of your video work via YouTube - intend to dazzle us. In the selection process your interview will be more important than your resume.

The Total Connection, Kids and Family Newspaper:

We are looking for interns to help with a new kids news show. Called think of this like an online tv station. From producing shows to writing, filming and editing. If you have any of these skills, looking for credit hours, please contact us at or call 919-365-7395

The Total Connection
Kids and Family Newspaper
P.O. Box 417
Wendell, NC 27591
Phone - 919-365-7395
Fax - 919-365-1463
Email -

Attached is an internship available with the DIRT Media team in Concord, NC. This new position will perform editing and packaging duties with one of the premier media
teams in motorsports. The intern will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience.

Interested candidates should apply online at<>.

Tracey McDaniel, SPHR
Human Resources Manager
World Racing Group


Home of World of Outlaws and DIRTcar Racing!

Location Scout Interns sought at the North Carolina Film Office (based in Raleigh). This internship requires approximately 10-15 hours of work per week, but the hours may vary.  Assignments will be based both in the field and in the office. Reliable transportation and a digital camera are required. 

February 10, 2011

BrandFuel Video in Morrisville, NC, is seeking an intern for the position of Video Marketing Associate. Responsiblilities include assisting marketing staff with conceptualizing content, writing script and marketing videos through social media outlets. Interns will manage design production of low budget, high quality videos.  For more information see here.

February 1, 2011

Durham Arts Council is seeking an intern editor and videographer for unpaid internship. Knowledge of or enthusiasm for K-12 arts education is a must. Basic experience with camera shooting, lighting, and audio desired. Must bring own or have access to video equipment. Interns will be working closely with Artists-in-schools program manager through phases of production. Completed videos will be released to Durham Arts Council for program marketing, grants, and promotional materials. Interns will have rights to finished products to be used for their own promotion/portfolio. Flexibility, reliable transportation and the ability to travel in and around Durham/Chapel Hill and Raleigh is a must.


Job Opportunities

As always, some of these positions are not first jobs, but read them
all carefully. Knowing what career opportunities exist makes it
possible for you to plan to obtain the experience and qualifications
necessary for your 2nd, 3rd, and 4th positions.


NCSU – Staff Artist/Designer for the College of Engineering
Provide art direction, develop 2D and 3D art content, 3D level design
and system interfaces in support of research architecture for
narrative processing in game environments. The Staff Artist/Designer
will work directly with faculty, developers and graduate students in
the support and creation of research-driven games and machinima. Will
act as the bridge between creativity and technology in a research
project that focuses on the development of computational models of
narrative. The Staff Artist/Designer will play an essential role,
often guiding the development of visual design in the pre-design phase
and leading the content creation effort throughout the project. Will
work on multiple projects at a time and will be involved in all phases
of creative development.

2 years in the game or simulation industry, or an equivalent work/team
project environment. BA, BFA or equivalent professional experience.
Experience with 2D and 3D content creation tools for 2D user
interfaces and commercial 3D game engines. Ability to quickly learn
and follow established asset production pipelines and standards.
Ability to take constructive criticism resulting from peer reviews,
quality assurance, game testing, client feedback. Strong written and
oral communication skills required, including the ability to work
collaboratively with a diverse team. Ability to work in a
self-motivated manner with a minimal amount of supervision.


Video Editor/Graphic Designer
Senior Living Communities Charlotte, NC
Full time

The “Motionographer" is responsible for the creative and technical
direction of all video, audio and motion-graphics design, as well as
the design, creation, printing and distribution of print
advertisements, collateral material, event programs, invitations and
other promotional materials used by the company. The position films,
directs, edits and produces the Life Stories series, testimonials,
promos, television, web and radio commercials, internal training
videos and other documentary-styled projects under the direction of
the Vice President of Creative Services.
Two years experience in graphic design, video direction, video
editing, camera operation, lighting, coordinating and supervising
field shoots required. Experience in a team-oriented marketing or
creative environment desired.


St. Augustine’s University
Part-time Video Specialist

The Part-Time Video Specialist will perform all creative and technical
functions in audio and video production; satellite services; create,
produce and direct for television. Other responsibilities include, but
are not limited to: Pre-production, production functions of programs
and projects as assigned; Operate television and radio master control;
perform audio services as directed; and perform other duties as
requested and assigned by the Production Director and/or the General

The Fayetteville Observer
Fulltime features/entertainment writer; deadline 12/19/13 Job ID
The Fayetteville Observer is looking for a versatile and enthusiastic
features writer to join our award-winning team of journalists. This
position has a focus on entertainment, and the reporter will be our
go-to person for covering concerts, festivals, art exhibits, nightlife
and films as the lead reporter for Weekender, our weekly entertainment
guide. Knowledge of music of all genres and experience with
alternative storytelling is a plus. But more than having a passion for
pop culture, the right candidate will be a regular contributor to the
front page and our metro section. We want someone who can generate a
steady stream of fresh ideas and will have an eye for telling stories
about our community. These stories could find a home in our metro
section, daily Life section or the Sunday Life magazine. We want a
reporter who write with an engaging voice and is comfortable with
alternative storytelling. We need a creative thinker who can breathe
life into standard stories and can propose innovative ways to make
stories translate online. Our 50,000-circulation paper consistently
wins statewide awards for enterprise reporting, writing, design and
photography. Independently owned, we’re located about an hour from
Raleigh and an hour and a half from the coast.
Please send a resume, cover letter, clips that demonstrate range of
writing styles and a list of five story ideas to Metro/Features Editor
Jessica Banov at The Fayetteville Observer, P.O. Box 849,
Fayetteville, NC 28306 or Put “Features Writer
application” in the subject

Davidson Community Players – Associate Artistic Director
The 2011 NCTC Community Theatre of the Year, Davidson Community
Players (DCP) is an award-winning community theater producing five
Main Stage and three youth productions each year while offering
year-round camps, workshops, and classes for youth. DCP announces an
opening on the creative staff for an Associate Artistic Director. DCP
seeks an enthusiastic, talented and positive artist to serve as the
Associate Artistic Director.
The Associate Artistic Director is responsible for helping to
conceive, develop, and implement the artistic vision and focus of
Davidson Community Players, and for making and participating in major
decisions about the ongoing development of the aesthetic values and
activities of DCP.
The Position of Artistic Director is a twelve-month position
compensated as a part-time appointment. Frequent evenings and weekends
are required depending on the production schedule. The job requires
significant flexibility to ensure that DCP’s artistic programs achieve
the highest quality.
• Participates in hiring and supervises and evaluates artistic
personnel including directors, production staff, designers, and stage
• Hires, supervises and evaluates key technical personnel,
including technical director;
• Helps develop, implement, and evaluate programs for the year;
• Directs or designs at least two productions per season;
• Manages season play selection process working well in advance
of grant cycles;
• In consultation with executive director, assists in developing
annual production budget;
• Consults with the Education Coordinator to implement an
artistic vision for the educational programs and assists in the
development of strategies to grow and improve these programs;
• Reports to the Board of Directors on a periodic basis to give
an update on artistic activity;
• Supervises the maintenance of written procedures manual for
technical and production staff;
• Seeks to develop new artistic programs consistent with the
organizational mission;
• Meets regularly with the Executive Director to share
information, strategize about programs, and offer counsel to the ED on
the management of the company;
• Assist with marketing and ambassadorship to develop audiences
in collaboration with the marketing director;
• Acts as a spokesperson for the organization’s artistic purpose
via speaking engagements, public and social appearances, and, as
requested, at fundraising events and solicitations;
• Fosters the development of good relations with other cultural
organizations by participating in meetings and joint activities where
• Manages schedules for the use of company facilities
• Additional tasks and responsibilities as needed
• B.A. degree in theater or related field from an accredited
college or sufficient professional experience;
• Experience as a successful leader in the arts sector;
• Capable of building and maintaining relationships within arts community;
• Experience as a director and /or designer in a similar theater
• Experience in financial management including developing and
managing a production budget;
• Ability to collaborate with a diverse artistic community
including artists and volunteers of all ages, genders, and ethnicities
to produce high quality theater
Competitive non-profit salary offered. No benefits are available.
Please forward Letter of Interest and resume to
or mail to:
PO Box 76
Davidson NC 28036.
No calls please.

Brevard Music Center – Manager, Annual Giving
The Manager, Annual Giving will develop, implement and oversee all
aspects of the annual giving campaigns (renewal and acquisition) for
individuals contributing up to $25,000.00, assist the Director of
Development to create a comprehensive plan to increase annual giving
to align with program priorities, and provide program support for the
foundation and government grants area. The Manager, Annual Giving will
also oversee the donor database (The Raiser’s Edge), and ensure the
accurate and timely delivery of donor benefits and stewardship.
Please see our website for a detailed job description:
• BA/BS degree preferred
• Minimum three to five years of Development or equivalent
experience, including direct marketing fund raising and annual fund
• Day-to-day working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge (Blackbaud)
donor tracking software (familiarity with ticketing software, a plus)
Available: January 6, 2014
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to:
Dave Perrett,
Director of Development
Brevard Music Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and is an
Equal Opportunity Employer. Brevard Music Center does not discriminate
in employment and personnel practices on the basis of race, sex, age,
handicap, religion, national origin or any other basis prohibited by
applicable law.


Raleigh Little Theatre – Artistic Director
Raleigh Little Theatre, one of the nation’s longest running community
theatres, seeks an innovative and strategic thinker to join our
management team as the Artistic Director. Leading three department
heads, their direct reports, a corps of dedicated volunteers and
occasional guest directors, the Artistic Director will be responsible
for creating and enacting a vision for RLT’s active Performance
Seasons and Education Programs.
Key responsibilities include oversight for all areas of production,
strategy and planning of educational programming, and funding
development. Qualified candidates will be able to prove at least 10
years of experience in progressively responsible positions, superior
communication skills and an interpersonal style demonstrating dynamic
leadership. An MFA or similar degree is preferred, but not required.
To be considered please submit the following to
• In addition to a cover letter please include a curriculum
vitae or professional resume outlining directing, teaching and
management experience
• Salary history
• Recent performance materials (i.e. from within the past 5 years or less)
• At least three professional references with the ability to
speak to projects or positions requiring leadership, artistic
integrity and collaboration.
Submissions should be received by December 15th, 2013. A review of
applicants will commence at that time and will continue until the
position is filled.
For more information about Raleigh Little Theatre please visit


No Rules Theatre Co. – Managing Director
No Rules Theatre Co. (NRTC) is hiring a Managing Director to lead one
of the country’s only dual-city theatre companies that presents a
broad spectrum of thoughtful, high-quality theatre that challenge
conventions, open minds and expand the expectations of theatrical
experiences. This Helen Hayes Award-winning operation presents
performances at the Hanesbrands Theatre in Winston-Salem, NC, and as
the first resident theatre company of the Tony Award-winning Signature
Theatre in Arlington, VA.
The Managing Director, in partnership with Artistic Director Joshua
Morgan, will develop, manage and execute an annual business
operations, fundraising and marketing plan that achieves audience
development and revenue goals and allows the organization to produce
programming of the highest quality. The director will have
responsibility over all contracted personnel, marketing, fundraising,
facilities, financial, and legal initiatives.
Minimum qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and 5+ years experience with
a successful nonprofit theatrical organization with demonstrated
year-over-year growth.
Salary: $50,000 annually + incentive package.
Job location: Winston-Salem, NC, or Washington, DC.
Visit for a full job description.
Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and complete salary
history to NRTC Artistic Director Joshua Morgan at
Application deadline is Friday, November 8.


PlayMakers Repertory Company – Interim Corporate & Foundation Relations Manager
PlayMakers Repertory Company is looking for an Interim Corporate &
Foundation Relations Manager, a grants writing and research position.
This is a temporary position we are seeking to make permanent within
the next year. The person hired for the Interim position may apply for
the permanent position. PlayMakers Repertory Company is the
professional theater on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill. We have a $2.6M
budget and raise approximately $250,000 annually through corporate and
foundation grants. For more information about PlayMakers, visit our
You must apply through the UNC website. To see a more complete listing
or to apply go to:
Direct questions about the position to Stacy Payne, Director of
Development, PlayMakers Repertory Company:

(Posted 8/7/2013) Promo Video for Moore Square

Moore Square GT/AIG Basics Museums Magnet Middle School located in Raleigh, NC is looking for a small group of film students/or an individual who would be willing to shoot and edit a short 1.5 - 2 minute promo commercial as we roll out our new magnet theme through Wake County Schools. This would be an unpaid gig, however it would be great for someone looking to build their professional portfolio. We want to create a promo that captures the essence of student life at Moore Square and our program offerings.

If this job interests you, please email Monica Noa at or call (919) 856-8195.


(Posted 1/29/13) Horizon Productions are currently seeking a creative and proven Front-End Developer to join their team. You’ll help us create websites, wrangle content management systems, build interactive experiences, and develop solutions that marry function and form. The position requires a strong work ethic and exceptional communication skills. This is a highly collaborative position that requires you to work closely with the entire team to produce industry-leading work.

The ideal candidate will be a master of:

• Hand-coding clean, semantic, standards-compliant XHTML/HTML and CSS
• JavaScript – including jQuery, AJAX, and cross-browser compatibility
• HTML5 / CSS3 transitions and animation
• Responsive Design
• PHP and MySQL
• Owning projects end-to-end
S/he should also have a working knowledge of:

• XML, JSON and REST-based APIs
• Other OO languages – Ruby, Java, ActionScript, etc.
• Content Management Systems
• Photoshop and other tools in the Adobe Creative Suite
• Clean contemporary design concepts and layout
Big bonus points for:
• ExpressionEngine / Add-on development
• LMS or eLearning experience
• A love of video, motion design, and photography
Horizon is a full-service production company that creates a wide array of video, multimedia, web and audio products for a variety of customers. We offer a great working environment in Durham, NC in a laid back, informal work place.

Reports To: Director of Multimedia & Creative Director


• Must present a portfolio of recent work showcasing the skills mentioned
• Higher Education degree or relevant work experience of an equitable time span
Compensation will be commensurate with experience.

To apply send resume, cover letter, salary requirements and links to relevant work or an online portfolio to with Front-end Web Developer as the subject.

(Posted 12/23/2012) Videographer Needed:
Prevent Child Abuse NC is creating a Recognizing & Responding to Child Maltreatment online training to be made available to Spanish-speaking North Carolina residents. We are in need of having 5 videos shot (in SWF, FLV or MP4 format). This will involve three separate tapings:
1) shooting two videos of a Department of Health and Human Services employee – one discussing the fact that children from other countries coming to the U.S. have the same rights to be protected; the second one answering the question “What Happens When I Make a Report of Abuse?”
2) shooting two videos of a local doctor – one telling how important it is to report abuse; one about help that is available to overcome effects of abuse
3) shooting one video of a parent & child who received help
Each video would be around 5 minutes. Compensation is negotiable. You do not need to speak Spanish for this work.
Please contact Cheryl Pearce, Program Assistant with Prevent Child Abuse NC, at 919-256-6613 or for more information.

(Posted 10/5/2012)Calling all Animation, Video Direction Students or Enthusiasts!!!

I am an independent recording artist looking for a student animator or video director to bring a song from my new “Sophisticated” children’s album to life. This video would be displayed on You Tube, my website, and other prominent websites while promoting the album and song. This album will have major distribution and visibility in major publications so this is an opportunity for you to have your work seen by thousands of people. Depending on the format, we will provide the location and actors/extras, as well as catering for the shoot. Other costs can be discussed. Once you respond, I will send music and more information. ONLY SERIOUS INQUIRIES PLEASE!!!

Send all inquiries to:

(Posted 9/27/2012) Twenty-One Films, LLC – Videographer Position
We are a Raleigh NC based event filmmaking company specializing in high-end wedding films & documentaries and are in search for a Videographer to assist with filming weddings on the weekends. Experience in filming with either professional cameras and/or DSLR’s is a plus but not required. A desire to learn and grow with our company is more important to us. Training and compensation will be provided. Please contact Phil via email with your resume and please use the subject line “NCSTATE Videographer”:
Phil McInnis
Twenty-One Films, LLC
Office: (919) 606-5861
3708 Benson Dr.
Raleigh, NC 27609

(Posted 8/18/2012) A local wedding photographer based in central NC, is looking to hire an aspiring film student to produce two very short videos regarding his business. He is looking for:
Exceptionally clean editing, smooth transitions, intermingling of text & music in a modern way where necessary. He has a 5dmark2 that can be used if needed.
30 second intro video of him shooting a couple on a wedding day in Raleigh. Think movie-trailer esq! This will be on his main website as an intro to his branding.
45 second video about him as a photographer and person: This video doesn't have to be on location, just capture his personality. He will be sending a link to this video to clients after they submit an inquiry
Anyone interested can email him directly at He would like to see a link to a sample of their work, two if possible via link or attachment.

Paid: $400 Upon delivery of files. He will also happily reccommend their work to other professionals if they are interested in getting into the wedding/commercial industry.
Visit: Visit us on Facebook!
Talk: 910-257-8389


(Posted 8/14/2012)TryScopia Product Environment Specialist / Production Editor

Assists in the development of market/product line business plans and strategic marketing programs to support sales in designated market segments. May help in identifying volume and strategic customers and developing partnerships. Helps in the analysis of market data to identify trends/opportunities, develop strategic direction from market information, and create compelling market analysis presentations. Work performed depends upon the instructions of others and goals and objectives are assigned by an immediate supervisor. Typically requires a Bachelor’s degree, 1 - 3 years of related experience, and some knowledge of company products, company functions, marketing and/or service policies and procedures.

Contact information:
Matt Sumner | Program Manager, Video Sales Experience
+1 (919) 425.8363 | [RTP, NC - USA] |

(Posted on 3/18/2012) Trailblazer Studios in Raleigh, NC has an immediate opening for an Assistant Editor. Find more detailed information see here. This is a fast paced work environment that requires flexibility and dedication.

Please send resume to:
Trailblazer Studios, 1610 Midtown Place, Raleigh, NC 27609


Positions Sought

(Posted 4/3/2012) Composer offering his services for film, and other media:

I am an NCSU music student who has been composing and producing music for most of my life. I would like to offer my compositional services for film and other media (web, television, video games, etc.). I have experience writing music for promotional videos, setting up and balancing live sound, recording audio, writing for film, and performing. Feel free to follow up with me if you are interested in my services. While I would be creating original work for your project, included below are examples of my past work.

If you are interested in my services, please reach me, Erik Vosburgh, by phone at 919-210-4007, or by email at

Musician, composer, digital editor looking for opportunities in the triangle.  I have operated my own digital editing/transfer/videographer business and have extensive experience with Final Cut Pro and Digital Camcorders.  I am also an experienced musician/composer working with Digital Performer and M-Audio Keystation Pro 88 MIDI Controller and an extensive liobrary of sounds and effects.  CD available upon request.  RESUME


Gordon MacLachlan (
2315 McMullan Circle
Raleigh, NC 27608

Cast & Crew Opportunities

January 2013

NCSU student Sean Smith is creating a student produced "TV" program called "The Bite": The show will be aired on the Wolf TV channel, but the primary viewership will probably be online (each episode will be available on the Wolf TV website). The show will (attempt to) be an entertaining news outlet, much like The Daily Show or Colbert Report, but with a strong focus on NC State student life, events, etc. He is looking to have a fairly high production value on this, and so he would really like to engage the creativity and skills of any and all film studies majors (undergrads, graduate students, even interested faculty). There will be opportunities to shoot, direct, write, design - you name it.

The goal is to publish a new episode (no set length yet) every 2 weeks. A full crew meeting will probably take place at the VERY beginning of the Spring semester.

If you are interested, please contact: Sean Smith,

October 2012

440 Films are putting together a film crew.

Dontay Artis is looking for enthusiastic, energetic, driven individuals to work various projects. Must work well under pressure in a fast paced environment while consistently delivering quality work. A committed attitude and reliability are of the upmost importance. You must be self-motivated and disciplined and have the ability to prioritize work commitments. Ideal candidates will develop healthy professional relationships based on honesty, trust and respect.
We are looking to fill these position

Director of Photography (must own camera a canon t3i or compatible)


Boom Operator must have own equipment

Editor (works with Final Cut Must have own editing equipment )

Sound mixers knowledge of pro tools

Show host and journalist

Production assistant

Dontay Artis

September 2012

Great opportunity for documentary film makers in Downtown Raleigh

The "Paid Forward Project" is seeking a film student and/or crew for all aspects of documentary film making from filming to post production. Job entails coverage of a Raleigh, NC project that teams up young professionals with job seekers. The goal is to get 10 Raleigh, NC residents jobs. the only catch is once they have jobs they must pay it forward and help someone else get a job.

-Expected hours: 2-8 hrs a week, will follow applicants to job interviews and meetings with support group.
-Duration: November '12 - Mar '13 (you do not have to be available for the entire length of project)
-Job is offered on a volunteer basis however, the potential exists for funding to cover some production costs.

Lots of freedom to put your creative spin on filming and post production.
If interested please email Ryan at or call 719.210.2445.


Backwards Man Productions is now seeking background extras for their short film
Crash. We need around twenty people for a critical scene. The shoot date is September
23rd. Time and place will be given to those whom we choose.
We are looking for teenagers or people who look like teenagers. We are also looking for
men and women in their 40s to 50s to play their parents.
Crash is a short film to help raise awareness to teenagers about the dangers of
distracted driving. It stars Danielle Gehle, Daniel Bostic, Jeff Briggs, Ronda Sarich, &
Keith Sarich. You can view the trailer for it here - You can also
view a sneak peek of the film here -
Due to the extreme low budget, there is no payment for this role. However, a copy of the
film and IMDB credit can be given at the completion of this film.
To be considered, please send a headshot and resume to with the subject line "Crash BG Extra". Any
email without this subject line WILL BE IGNORED. The submission deadline will be
September 15th at 11:59 p.m.
Note: If you are under the age of 18, a parent or legal guardian MUST be present with
you during the time of filming. No exceptions.
Thank you everyone for your consideration!

April 2012

Director seeking actors/actresses for Suspense/Thriller Crime Drama. Synopsis as follows:

"Blake Siegfried is a gun for hire known as The Bane. When he runs into an unexpected job, he joins a silent group made up of ex-criminals and hitmen known as The I, who dedicate themselves to causing tension between drugdealers, police, and gang bangers through brute violence around the city in order to crumble the crime empire that is settled there. Blake must be on his toes as everything turns into a violent landslide. Will he be able to protect the ones closest to him while he and his organization is being persecuted?"

We are seeking an actor to play the part of Blake Siegfried. Other roles will be included as well though, so we encourage any experienced and talented actors or actresses to follow through and contact in order to be considered for the film. Shooting is scheduled to begin before the beginning of Summer.

If you are interested, please contact Julio Ortega at 438 6293, or email


January 2012



This opportunity is for the next Best Music Video Producer! Are you that person?

Dance Music Billboard recording artist is seeking someone who can take charge, put a team of professional students together and film a music video. Its high energy and loads of fun! Filming will take place in the studio and on location around Raleigh and/or Cary.

This opportunity will be a great addition to your portfolio. There is no pay, but meals will be provided.

Prefer someone who has previous music video experience but will work with someone who has talent. Must provide examples of previous work.

Please contact D1 Music @






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