Projectionists needed at The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival!

Date posted: Feb 16th, 2017

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PROJECTIONIST

SEASONAL STAFF
MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul seeks a group of individuals to work as Projectionists for the 36th Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, April 13-29.

This is a seasonal position that begins April 13 and ends April 29, with at least one mandatory training session prior to April 13. Projectionists are expected to have flexible availability and be available for morning, evening and weekend engagements during the festival.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Provide a top-quality experience for festivalgoers by ensuring the highest standards of image, sound and picture quality.
  • Queue and start films as assigned at festival venues.
  • Be ready to troubleshoot exhibition issues should they arise.
  • Assist Lead Projectionists with Gala and Special Presentation screenings as needed.
  • Keep projection booths clean and organized.
  • Maintain clear communication channels between Booth and Operations staff.
  • Assist with booth equipment setup and close out at all Festival venues.

Qualifications

  • Understanding and competency with DCP exhibition technology.
  • Understanding and competency with alternative exhibition formats including HD Cam, Bluray and DVD.
  • Understanding and competency with audio technologies.
  • Experience with cinema projection, preferably in a festival setting.
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.

Salary & Benefits

This is a contract position. Payment DOE. The Projectionist will also receive a staff pass providing entry to films in the festival.

To Apply:
Send resume and cover letter via email to info@mspfilm.org. No telephone inquiries, please.

 

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Phone:

Email Address: info@mspfilm.org

Website: http://www.mspfilm.org

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Venue Managers needed at The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival!

Date posted: Feb 16th, 2017

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VENUE MANAGER

SEASONAL STAFF
MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul seeks well organized individuals to work as Venue Managers for the 36th Annual Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, April 13-29. Venue Managers work with the Operations and Technical Managers to ensure the proper operations at festival venues.

This is a seasonal position that begins the week of April 10, and ends April 29. Venue Managers are expected to have broad flexibility during the festival and must be able to commit to mornings, evenings and weekend hours.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Oversee the successful operation of all front-of-house activities at your assigned venue including audience seating and line management, film introductions and show starts, film endings and Q&As, and preparations for the next set of shows.
  • Manage volunteer staff who are assigned to your venue.
  • Liaise with projection staff to ensure top tier film exhibition.
  • Introduce films and conduct Q&As with filmmakers when required.
  • Facilitate equipment and venue setup and teardown as assigned.
  • Maintain clear communication and decision-making channels for your assigned venue.
  • Venue managers for satellite venues will be required to fulfill Will Call orders for their location.

Qualifications

  • Previous experience in film festival, theatre, or cinema operations, or other relevant event management experience.
  • Professional communication skills, strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Can lead a group of individuals and work well in a team.
  • Ability to function in high-pressure situations while maintaining a calm, professional manner.

Salary & Benefits

This is a contract position, paid bi-weekly over the term of employment. If the contract is not completed, pay will be prorated. The Venue Manager will receive a Staff Pass that provides entry to films in the festival.

To Apply
Send resume and cover letter via email to info@mspfilm.org. No telephone inquiries, please.

 

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Email Address: info@mspfilm.org

Website: http://www.mspfilm.org

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Info Office Attendants needed at The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival!

Date posted: Feb 16th, 2017

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INFORMATION OFFICE ATTENDANT

SEASONAL STAFF
MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul seeks well organized individuals to work as Box Office Attendants for the 36th Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, April 13-29.Information Office Attendants facilitate the sale of tickets, passes, memberships and merchandise to audiences, and act as a resource for answering attendee questions.

This is a seasonal position that begins April 10 and ends April 30 with at least one mandatory training session. Some shifts will also be available March 30-April 9, before the opening of the festival. Information Office Attendants are expected to have broad flexibility during the festival and must be able to work mornings, evenings and weekends.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Serve the general public by fulfilling and maintaining ticketing and Will Call orders, selling memberships, providing information to patrons, and assisting in Festival Information Office operations.
  • Operate a cash register, credit card equipment, and Agile Ticketing, the festival’s ticketing software.
  • Greet customers in a friendly manner, and provide a top-tier customer experience.
  • Distribute literature to patrons and answer questions about shows and events.
  • Assist with opening or closing of the Information Office at the beginning or end end of each day.
  • Facilitate phone orders and answer phone inquiries.
  • Be informed on festival events, daily screenings, and schedule changes.

Qualifications

  • Enthusiasm for our festival
  • Possess good analytical, interpersonal and customer service skills.
  • Work well in a team.
  • Ability to function in high-traffic situations while maintaining a calm, professional manner.
  • Must be able to stand for extended periods of time and lift 40 lbs.
  • Experience with event ticketing software suggested.
  • Commitment to providing a top-tier experience for all patrons.

Salary & Benefits
This is a contract position paid bi-weekly. Salary DOE. If the contract is not completed, pay will be prorated. The Will Call & Information Office Attendant will also receive a Staff Pass that provides entry to films in the festival.

To Apply
Send resume and cover letter via email info@mspfilm.org. No telephone inquiries, please.

 

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Phone:

Email Address: info@mspfilm.org

Website: http://www.mspfilm.org

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Box Office Leads needed at The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival!

Date posted: Feb 16th, 2017

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BOX OFFICE LEAD

SEASONAL STAFF
MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul seeks well-organized individuals to work as Box Office Leads for the 36th Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, April 13-29. Box Office Leads manage Box Office staff and facilitate the sale of tickets, passes, memberships and merchandise to audiences.

This is a seasonal position that begins April 13 and ends April 29 with at least one mandatory pre-festival training session. Box Office Leads are expected to have broad flexibility during the festival and must be able to work mornings, evenings and weekends.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Serve the general public by selling event related tickets, passes, concessions and memberships.
  • Operate a cash register and credit card equipment.
  • Lead the Box Office team on your shift – be the most knowledgeable resource on staff, able to answer ticketing questions and troubleshoot ticketing system issues for your team if they arrive.
  • Maintain stock of small bills in cash drawer, blank ticket stock, membership materials, and marketing materials.
  • Send box office staff on break at appropriate times.
  • Greet customers in a friendly manner and provide a top-tier customer experience.
  • Distribute literature to patrons and answer questions about shows and events.
  • Assist with opening or closing of the Box Office each day.
  • Be informed about festival events, daily screenings, and schedule changes.
  • Attend pre-festival training sessions.

Qualifications

  • Enthusiasm for our festival
  • Possess good analytical, interpersonal and customer service skills.
  • Work well in a team, and also be a team leader.
  • Ability to function in high-traffic situations while maintaining a calm, professional manner.
  • Must be able to stand for extended periods of time and lift 40 lbs.
  • Experience with event ticketing software strongly suggested.
  • Commitment to providing a top-tier experience for all patrons.

Salary & Benefits
This is an hourly position paid bi-weekly. The Box Office Lead will also receive a Staff Pass that provides entry to films in the festival.

To Apply
Send resume and cover letter via email to info@mspfilm.org. No telephone inquiries, please.

 

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Email Address: info@mspfilm.org

Website: http://www.mspfilm.org

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Box Office Coordinator needed at The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival!

Date posted: Feb 16th, 2017

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BOX OFFICE COORDINATOR

SEASONAL STAFF
MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul seeks a well-organized individual to work as Box Office Coordinator for the 36th Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, April 13-29. Box Office Coordinator facilitates the recruiting, managing, scheduling, and training of Box Office staff as well as all box office operations for all festival venues.

This is a seasonal position that begins March 6 (part time to start) and ends April 29. The Box Office Coordinator is expected to have broad flexibility during the festival and must be able to work mornings, evenings and weekends.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Oversee Box Office operations for all of the festival’s venues.
  • Recruit, Train and Schedule Box Office Attendants and Box Office Leads.
  • Operate the festival’s ticketing software, Agile Ticketing.
  • Assist with phone orders and ticketing questions.
  • Operate a cash register and credit card equipment.
  • Serve the general public by selling event related tickets, passes, concessions and memberships.
  • Greet customers in a friendly manner and provide a top-tier customer experience.
  • Open or close the Main Box Office each day.
  • Count down the cash drawers and handle money.
  • Be informed about festival events, daily screenings, and schedule changes.
  • Attend pre-festival training sessions.
  • Complete post-festival follow-up as outlined in this position’s wrap report guide.

Qualifications

  • Enthusiasm, dedication, and high-customer service skills.
  • Possess good analytical, interpersonal and customer service skills.
  • Commitment to providing a top-tier experience for all festival patrons.
  • Work well in a team
  • Previous experience managing staff and selling tickets.
  • Ability to function in high-traffic situations while maintaining a calm, professional demeanor.
  • Experience with Google Apps, Microsoft Office, FileMaker Pro and Mac software preferred.

Salary & Benefits

This is a paid contract position. Payment DOE. The Box Office Coordinator will receive a Staff Pass that provides entry to films in the festival.

To Apply
Send resume and cover letter via email to info@mspfilm.org. No telephone inquiries, please.

 

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Email Address: info@mspfilm.org

Website: http://mspfilm.org

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Box Office Attendants needed at The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival!

Date posted: Feb 16th, 2017

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BOX OFFICE ATTENDANT

SEASONAL STAFF
MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul seeks well-organized individuals to work as Box Office Attendants for the 36th Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, April 13-29. Box Office Attendants facilitate the sale of tickets, passes, memberships and merchandise to audiences.

This is a seasonal position that begins April 13 and ends April 29 with at least one mandatory pre-festival training session. Box Office Attendants are expected to have broad flexibility during the festival and must be able to work mornings, evenings and weekends.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Serve the general public by selling event related tickets, passes, concessions and memberships.
  • Operate a cash register and credit card equipment.
  • Greet customers in a friendly manner and provide a top-tier customer experience.
  • Distribute literature to patrons and answer questions about shows and events.
  • Assist with opening or closing of the Box Office each day.
  • Be informed about festival events, daily screenings, and schedule changes.
  • Attend pre-festival training sessions.

Qualifications

  • Enthusiasm for our festival
  • Possess good analytical, interpersonal and customer service skills.
  • Work well in a team
  • Ability to function in high-traffic situations while maintaining a calm, professional manner.
  • Must be able to stand for extended periods of time and lift 40 lbs.
  • Experience with event ticketing software suggested.
  • Commitment to providing a top-tier experience for all patrons.

Salary & Benefits
This is an hourly position paid bi-weekly. The Box Office Attendant will also receive a Staff Pass that provides entry to films in the festival.

To Apply
Send resume and cover letter via email to info@mspfilm.org. No telephone inquiries, please.

 

Contact Info

Phone:

Email Address: info@mspfilm.org

Website: http://mspfilm.org

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Need of an office space for filming.

Date posted: Feb 5th, 2017

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A short film for the Minneapolis 50/Fifty Hope Challenge is seeking an office to film in for a scene Sunday February 12th for a morning shoot. Preferrably one that could look like or dressed to look like the office of a university dean. 

Please contact the director a cdmeyer2013@gmail.com if you can assist this production. We would greatly appreciate it. 

 

Contact Info

Phone: (651) 338-8749

Email Address: cdmeyer2013@gmail.com

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60'X25' Cyclorama Video Studio

Date posted: Jan 24th, 2017

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The studio is 25' X 60'. Ceilings are 26'. Half the room is white and half the room is black. The white side is a 25' cyclorama. This can be painted any color you wish, but its default is white.  The room also sports a 20' X 20' green screen drop. Our video studio has been designed to be as multi-functional as your mind will allow. We can set up a green room for your clients; we can provide production, editing and shooting. We are happy to arrange catering and equipment rental if your shoot calls for it. Just let us know what you need and we will accommodate you.

 

Contact Info

Phone: (612) 208-2864

Email Address: perry@taylor-sound.com

Website: http://www.taylor-sound.com/

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$$$ MCTC STUDENT FILM AUDITIONS!!! $$$

Date posted: Jan 11th, 2017

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$$$ MCTC STUDENT FILM AUDITIONS!!! $$$

------------- January 25 & 26th ------------


These are big final projects produced by MCTC and its students. There are many paid parts for all kinds of stories. Please take a look through and send an email to mariewapp@gmail.com with the subject line of the script title and character you would like to audition for. Headshots and resumes should be attached to the email and labeled with your full name. This will help us organize the information. We can’t wait to hear from you and see that amazing flood of talent that the Twin Cities always provides.





CAPSTONE PROJECTS


Script:Unseen Sickness

Director: Tony Perkins

Filming dates: Feb 24th-26th

Synopsis: Kayla struggles with insomnia as she awakes to a world constantly changing around her. Depression controls her entire life at work and dinner, she can not stay grounded. She eventually faces her inner demons in a battle where only one can survive.

Characters:

Kayla, 17-30, (Twins needed)suffers from insomnia, depression, and suicidal thoughts.

EXTRAS (families)



Script: Where I Cannot Follow

Director: Zach Swanson

Filming Dates: March 17-19th

Synopsis: Toby and his friend Graham wait by the mouth of a walkway tunnel to meet a girl named Michelle, unsure if she will ever show up. Even though Graham is skeptical of the whole thing, he wants to believe Toby’s story that he and Michelle have actually met in their dreams.

Characters:

Toby - late 20s early 30s, artist, works in a call center, scared of change,

Graham - late 20s early 30s,  Frustrated social worker

Michele - 20-30, artist, lab tech, disorganized and curious


Script: Broken Path

Director: Zar Thomas

Filming Dates: March 24-26th

Synopsis: Evelyn’s husband has passed, but she keeps reliving events of her life with him. Her best friend Pam is supportive but confused.

Characters:

Evelyn , 20-30 Bashful and fragile,

Pam 20-30

Michael 20-35 Evelyn’s husband (non-speaking)


Script: Unlocked

Director: Selena Bergin

Filming Dates: March 3rd-5th

Synopsis: A man, consumed by his own loneliness and isolation, desperately searches for comfort. Love is unfamiliar to a man like him, bitterness and jealousy is all he knows. When he sees the loving couple next door in a sweet, intimate embrace, he becomes consumed with finding the “key” to their happiness.

Characters:

Sam 23-27 female, intimidating on the outside but actually harmless, Mary’s Girlfriend.

Mary 23-27 female, responsible and sweet, Sam’s Girlfriend.

Peter 25-28 male, intense, quiet, and visibly nervous.  


Script: Sleeper

Director: R. Spencer Hull

Filming Dates: March 17th-19th

Synopsis: Two brothers on the run seek shelter in an abandoned building. A homeless man confronts them and things quickly and violently spiral out of control.

Characters:

Zack Fenrir, male, (needs to look 19), taller than his brother Scottie, cold, cunning and confident. A rebel.

Scottie Fenrir, male, (needs to look 15), short, a little pudgy, lives in his older brother’s shadow.

Reginald, late 30s-early 40s (non-speaking) a homeless man, filthy and gruff, wandering vagrant lost in booze and paranoia.


Script:  Confessions

Director: Dakota Evans

Filming Dates: March 3rd-4th

Synopsis:  Toby drunkenly wakes up to find himself dressed as a priest in a confession booth.  Before he has a chance to leave, sinners file into the church. No one is aware of his impersonation, including his heartbroken girlfriend that shows up.

Characters:  (OPEN TO ALL ETHNICITIES)

TOBY, Mid 20’s, dork. He loves Nicole but he’s an inconsiderate boyfriend with little emotional expression.

NICOLE, mid 20’s,  passionate, loves Toby  OLD MAN,  55-75 yrs old. Guilt-ridden over accidentally stealing deodorant.

PRIEST, 40-60 yrs old.  21st century priest, he is loose with his properness.  Easily upset with day to day sinners.  


Script: Alleycats

Director: Nyala Sarita

Filming Dates: March 17th-19th

Synopsis: The Alleycats, a close-knit girl gang who put a fright into anyone who knows them, spend their days drinking, causing debauchery, and smashing the patriarchy. When one of their members gets kidnapped they search high and low, in true Alleycats fashion, to find their missing friend.

Characters:

Peaches, female, early to mid-twenties, the leader of the pack, a tall and confident woman with a “don’t mess with me” air about her.

Kiwi, female, early to mid-twenties, small yet wiry, a veteran in bar fights with the scars to prove it.

Berry, female, early to mid-twenties, extremely charming and street smart, with a 99% chance of breaking your heart.

Cherry, female, early to mid-twenties, independent, somewhat reserved, a no nonsense kind of woman.

Catburglar, male, mid-twenties to early thirties, lanky and awkward with an air of desperation and dissatisfaction to him.

Liquor Store Clerk, mid-twenties to early thirties, typical hipster, begrudgingly stuck at a dead end job.


Script: Crossroads

Director: Brent Ceminski

Filming Dates: Mar 24th-26th

Synopsis: CLAIRE is attempting to summon the devil to make a deal to save her sister. After a presumably failed attempt she meets a stranger calling himself LOU. Lou offers her a deal.

Characters:

Claire, Mid-twenties. Has a desperate and determined personality. Loves her sister.

Lou/Devil, 30- 40, charming although persistent when making a deal. Cocky when he thinks he has won.

Truck Driver, 30s. Has never hit anyone before.


Script: Pardon List

Director: Kaito Goodger

Filming Dates: Mar 10th-12th

Synopsis: A prisoner in hell is trying to negotiate his way into heaven by abusing heaven’s Pardon List. The List contains the names of souls in hell who have been on good behaviour and are allowed to join the rest of the people in heaven. The prisoner happens to be Herr Fuhrer, Adolf H.

Characters:

Adolf Hitler, 20-30, seems polite and kind, but angry when he gets frustrated. (Fake German accent)

Eva Braun, 20-30s, Hitler’s wife, angry and resentful toward Hitler.

George, 20-50, strict, calm.

Meg, 20-40, busy, annoyed.


Script: Rite of Passage

Director: Nanne Sorvold

Filming Dates: Mar 24th-26th

Synopsis: Scarlett is poised to lead a group of elderly people into death, as commanded by sect leader Abraham. However, Father has other plans for his daughter. Mixing up the suicide pills, Father ensures Scarlett’s escape, as well as Abraham’s downfall. Scarlett runs through the forest and into the safe arms of a passerby.

Characters:

Scarlett, mid-teens, hair to be shaved off (may be negotiable), trusting.

Father, 40s, protective of his daughter, seemingly loyal to his closest friend.

Abraham, 40s, vital and charismatic, a powerful leader.

Woman, any age (old enough to provide safety and comfort for a teenage girl).

Four-five elderly people (may be middle-aged if script change is approved).


Script: Kent

Director: Theng Pao Thao

Filming Dates: Feb 24th-26th

Synopsis: Kent and his butler decide to surprise his mother Rosemary on her birthday. She however doesn’t want him there because she thinks he is only back to steal from her again. But in truth he has come back to attone for his past.  

Characters:

Kent - Late 20’s, Male, nervous, shameful and trying to turn over a new leaf.

Rosemary - 50’s - 60’s, Female, Stubborn and tough

Francis - 40’s - 50’s, Male, Caring, patient and Kent’s butler


Script: Ditches & Fields

Director: Prakshi Malik

Filming dates: March 9-12

Synopsis: Between being bullied at school and losing his mom, Finn feels completely alone. An argument with his dad escalates and Finn storms off into the backyard where he finds a horse. Finn and the horse walk in the woods behind Finn's house where he used to walk with his mom. As a vision of his mom appears and disappears, Finn gives in to his grief and sobs with the horse by his side.

Characters:

Finn(Needs to look 13-16): Angry, lonely. Bullied at school, disconnected with dad at home. Grieving mom's death. Open to all races and genders. *Will be required to ride and walk alongside horse, hence previous experience with horses preferred.

Dad (late 40s, early 50s): Concerned, stern, with a temper. Unsure how to connect with Finn. Open to all races.

Mom(late 40s, early 50s): Non-speaking role. *Will be required to walk alongside a horse. Open to all races.


*Note: Horse trainers will be present on site to ensure safety for the horse, the actors and crew.  


Script: Nothing Matter

Director: Mark Hanson

Filming Dates: March 10th - 12th

Synopsis:

Malcolm is the father of Andrew and Tarell, who are struggling with the recent Police shooting of their friend Michelle. Malcolm discovers that his sons are planning on getting revenge for her death, so a fight ensues that will forever change their lives.

Characters:

Malcolm - Mid-forties, black male, has a strong presence, good father that loves his sons.

Andrew - Needs to look late teens or early twenties, black male, jaded and stubborn but smart, not willing to back down from a fight.

Tarell - Needs to look early teens, black male, a follower that idolizes his older brother Andrew.


Script:Rusalka

Director: Christian Baenen

Filming Dates: March 3-5

Synopsis: Leo is still mourning the death of his girlfriend Nikki, who drowned in the Mississippi River. Despite his best friend Robbie’s attempts to cheer him up through drinking, Leo returns to where Nikki’s body was found wanting to talking to her. Nikki appears in front of Leo, seemingly perfect and seduces him into joining her in the river - to be reunited in death.

Characters:

LEO: Male, early 20s, dorky, in misery and unable to fully recover from Nikki’s.

NIKKI: Female, early 20s, a river spirit who in life was homely and sweet, to Leo she appears to him with glowing skin, shining hair and seductive, in the end we see her as a rotten corpse.

 

ROBBIE: Male, 20s, confident and self-assured who hates to see his best friend so depressed, despite his best efforts to cheer up Leo he is unsuccessful.


 

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Email Address: mariewapp@gmail.com

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2017 Frozen Film Festival!

Date posted: Dec 22nd, 2016

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The 2017 Saint Paul Frozen Film Festival will take place Feb.1-4, 2017. The Second Annual festival is in search of volunteers to help in the following areas:

Ushers, Award Presenters, Q&A Moderators, party hosts, and more.

 

Official Selections will be notified December 26th, but we can say that there are some great names attached!

VIP Passes are now on sale, and will grant you access to all films, parties, and events: BUY NOW 

The Festival will kick-off on Wednesday, Feb. 1st with a Kick-off Party, hosted at Sakura in Downtown Saint Paul at 9pm. Enjoy free appetizers, drink specials, and more!

 

Contact Info

Phone: (651) 387-1867

Email Address: info@stpff.com

Website: http://www.stpff.com

Seeking a girl and her dog for social media project.

Date posted: Dec 19th, 2016

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We're in search for a female ages 18-28 who is a dog owner. Is comfortable on camera. Has a fun, friendly, likable, and approachable personality. 

The position and role is for that of a spokesperson for a dog toy company's social media channels (FaceBook, Instagram, Youtube). 

Responsibilities would be to come in studio once a month to shoot short content videos featuring various dog toy products with your pet. 

Compensation is $100.00 for 2 hours, plus of course dog toys. This is a trial test in which we hope to find the perfect candidate to scale up from there.

We're looking for someone who is social media savvy.  Located in the Minneapolis, Metro area, and has a dog who is well behaved for an in studio shooting environment.

If interested please submit a photo of you and your dog along with why you feel you would be good for this role. If you have had previous film and or theater experience, please indicate by providing us with your resume.

You can check out all of our other client work at: http://www.newworldproductions.net

 

We look forward to your submissions!

 

Contact Info

Phone: (612) 338-6448

Email Address: todd@newworldproductions.net

Website: http://www.newworldproductions.net

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Multimedia Specialist

Date posted: Dec 16th, 2016

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COMPANY OVERVIEW:

Inspired People. Inspired Food.™

Established in 1891, Hormel Foods Corporation is a $9.3 billion Fortune 500 company based in Austin, Minn.  Founded upon a commitment to the highest standards of food safety and product quality, Hormel Foods continues to expand as a global maker and marketer of consumer-branded foods.  Even after 125 years, Hormel Foods follows the vision of its founder to “Originate, don’t imitate,” and seeks out people who make that a reality.   Employees at Hormel Foods are highly regarded as some of the best and brightest in the industry.   A career with Hormel Foods means joining a team of more than 20,000 people dedicated to inspiring each other and bettering food for all.  Learn more at www.hormelfoods.com.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Video Production. Strong knowledge of professional videography and editing techniques required. Ability to transport, set up and operate production equipment such as cameras, lights, microphones, props, etc. Knowledge of nonlinear editing (FCPX preferred).

 

Meeting and Event AV Production. Produce, direct and manage the AV technical production for company meetings and events around the country. Ability to operate related AV technologies required for the job.

 

Photography. Photograph portraits, lifestyle and events Strong knowledge of professional photography equipment and lighting. Mastery of PhotoShop.

 

Large Format Printer Operator. Manage and operate large format printing production and installation.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ability to shoot outside/inside 8+ hours a day
  • Highly developed interpersonal and leadership skills
  • Effective organizational and time management skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong pattern of initiative
  • Attention to detail and accuracy

 

Additional required certifications or skills:

·A good sense of composition

·Working knowledge of internal image database, metadata and naming conventions

 

LOCATION:

Austin, MN

 

BENEFITS:

Hormel Foods offers an excellent benefits package. Competitive base salary plus bonus, annual merit increase performance reviews, medical, dental, vision, non-contributory pension, profit sharing, 401(k) with after-tax Roth option, stock purchase plan, relocation assistance, paid vacation.

 

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:

Travel may be necessary 15% of the time.

 

For immediate consideration, send apply online at:

www.hormelfoods.com/careers

 

Hormel Foods Corporation is an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Contact Info

Phone: (507) 437-5071

Email Address: hormelfoodsrecruitingteam@hormel.com

Website: http://www.hormelfoods.com/careers

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Communications Trainer with Theater Background

Date posted: Dec 16th, 2016

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If you have theater directing experience but want to apply your performance expertise in a completely new setting, we’d like to hear from you.

We are Executive Speaking, and we are looking for a talented individual with a theater background to train our exciting new group program — Leadership Speaking Bootcamp 360. Recently featured in the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Leadership Speaking Bootcamp 360 is a first-of-its-kind approach to speaking training, featuring custom-designed peer feedback software, three-screen video analysis, and expert feedback.

Our founder/CEO Anett Grant started her career as a theater director, so she understands how valuable those skills can be in a corporate training environment. Leadership Speaking Bootcamp 360 is growing; we need you to help us grow even more. A master's degree is required; MFA preferred.

If this sounds like a good fit for you, please send your resume and cover letter to anett at execspeak dot com.

 

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Local Author Seeks Option

Date posted: Dec 14th, 2016

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I am the author of a gangster novel set in the Twin Cities, looking to option the rights to develop a screenplay.   If you read my novel "Gangsters of a New Breed," I'm certain you'll agree that my story is perfect material for an epic gangster film!

Summary:

Minnesota Mob Builds a Motion Picture Empire to Rival Hollywood...All of Hollywood! Tha is, until the most powerful Mafia family moves in to try and take over, and the Minnesota Mob finds out what they're really made of...

If you are interested in reading sample chapters, or the entire novel, please contact me at:

kevinnowicki05@gmail.com or call (651) 210 - 5386.

 

 

 

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