We're looking for interns.
Headcase Films & Fashion was created in January '15, and we've grown to the point where we need help! Our clothing line is launching this year, and our video/ marketing projects are in need of a few helping hands.
We'd love to find talent in the following areas:
- Social media
The position(s) we are offering are not paid. We offer hands-on experience with a growing company, the type of creative/ management input that you will not get at larger companies, and an awesome piece to fill out that resume.
We all started as interns here at Headcase, and we know what experience/ references are worth. We will help you after the internship is over if you need assistance in landing a "real job" ;), and you may even end up with Headcase long-term if you've got the hunger/ talent we're looking for.
Send over a resume and cover letter, be honest, and we'll let you know what we're thinking.
LTL (know it, *hint: check out our FB page)
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Grab your camera, smart phone, tablet or whatever your implement of choice for filmmaking -- head to the Mississippi River and make a 60-second film with your creative idea of the river. Entries will be accepted online until September 15, 2015. All entry, formats and rules/regs plus general information is available at
http://www.mississippiminute.org. This is a fun contest and a great way to get your work seen and promoted. Entries will be judged by a group of selected professionals. Films entered will be shown and prizes awarded at the Riverfront Summit, at the Mill City Museum on October 26. This event is free and open to the public. This contest is sponsored by the Mississippi Riverfront Partnership. Last year's films can be seen on the same website.
Put your creative imagination to work, make your 60-second film and enter! All info at http://www.mississippiminute.org.
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It's showtime! The Cottage Grove Arts Commission put out a call for entries for local filmmakers to submit their short-format films and now it’s time to view the entries. On Sept. 12, from noon to 3 p.m., the films will be shown at the Films in 5 Festival being held at Park High School, 8040 80th Street S. There is a $5 admission fee (cash only). No charge for children age 5 and younger. For more info, visit www.cottage-grove.org.
Phone: (651) 285-0326
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New community TV show called: As My World Turns coming soon looking for actors. The show will highlight problems teens and young adults face in our everyday life just trying to find light at the end of the tunnel as their world turns and spins out of control.
If you are someone who has a passion to be a leader, and wants to touch the world and starting with your community. This platform welcomes you. Feel free to email or text me with any questions.
Phone: (612) 735-6385
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MTV and Look Different are looking for emerging filmmakers to create a groundbreaking video project for the campaign that would bring a creative new outlook to the subject of privilege as it relates to the filmmaker in today’s world. Possible subjects could include racial, gender and sexual orientation privilege, among others. We'll choose three projects to produce and potentially distribute on MTV's vast digital and cross-platform channels, including a nationally televised spot on mtvU, MTV’s college network. Winning proposals will be selected by MTV and a panel of notable judges, based on the creative merits of the proposal, the originality of the project, the project’s ability to provoke conversation, and the feasibility of the budget ($10-20K). You must submit your entry on the site by September 18.
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