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Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Herban Indigo is a lifestyle blog that lies on the intersection of cannabis and popular culture. From dissecting the realms of music, sports, films and weed to discovering LA's finest restaurants and dispensaries, Herban Indigo aims to satisfy mental munchies with much needed food for thought. We listen to a lot of music, watch sports, appreciate great films, art and food, and smoke a lot of weed. What we’re looking for: Young, open-minded writers who are passionate about the arts or sports, have at least 1 year of experience writing for a reputable publication(s), and preferably, but optionally, smoke weed and be based in the LA area. Bonus points for creatives (photography, graphic design, videographers, etc.) We'd like to eventually bring writers onto our team full-time, so that's on the table if our vision is shared and relationship ends up being mutually fruitful. Type of content we’re looking to curate on our site: - News, reviews, and editorial pieces in the subjects of music, film, sports, food, cannabis, art, literature, and general popular culture - Recaps and critiques of events (concerts, parties, games, etc.), restaurants, dispensaries, art exhibits, and other places and happenings in LA - A few creative reoccurring topic segments - Photography look-books Looking for writers to complete 1-2 thought-out and well-written articles per week. Compensation for articles varies depending on quality, experience, and length/depth of article. Quality over quantity is our philosophy and we expect writers to be on that same wavelength. Please include in your cover letter links to previous work along with the following: - some of the music, films, and food you've been enjoying as of late, - your favorite sports teams, - what you do for fun, - your relationship or perception of cannabis, - any questions you have for us What we're doing is not done well very much across the internet and we're pretty excited about it; as such, we'd like our writers to be as well. Please scroll through our website and, if you share our vision, reach out and mention how you see yourself being a part of our project. Thanks for reading and hope to hear from you soon! - Sunny and Bradley
Skills: Film criticism Art curation Article Writing Arts & Crafts
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I have written a number of non-fiction books that I would like to adapt into a film script, beginning with my second book titled Deep Into Dark. Although I began a film script writing course at the beginning of the year (that I found was useless and subsequently dropped out of), most of my limited film script writing education has stemmed from books, the scripts of existing successful films and internet sources. I have never (yet) had an interest in utilizing script writing software. Deep Into Dark is my experience of the second year I was living on the streets of Perth, Western Australia in 2001 as a young person. At times, it was difficult to separate writing the book from the film script that I was concurrently writing, which sees the book adopt elements of the script. The full manuscript for Deep Into Dark is available here: http://www.streetkidindustries.com/Ebook/DID%20July%20Updated%20Version.pdf I would like assistance with utilizing the correct industry script-writing format and editing. Although I have dabbled in writing scripts and ideas for the past 24 years, I haven't had the confidence/motivation/drive to finish a script. By seeking the services of an experienced professional, perhaps I could finally have the confidence/motivation/drive to finally achieve an end product.
Skills: Film criticism Editing Proofreading
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $36 - Posted
We’re looking for a few good writers to contribute to our military film blog. Writer must be familiar with military terminology and have a deep understanding in how to write for a pro-military film audience. Posts might look like something like this (we’ll assign them weekly, as well as have you pitch ideas): 5 Facts You Didn’t Know About the US Military Films Three Reasons Why Military Films Matter Military Films that Got It Wrong 5 Military Filmmakers You Need to know About We’re looking to hire a writer that can produce 3 articles a week and deliver each Monday (articles can be anywhere from 200 words to 1500 words). For consideration, please submit writing samples or link to URL and a flat fee rate for 3 articles a week.
Skills: Film criticism Blog Writing Content Writing Copywriting
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Hello - I am an independent filmmaker from New York City, currently looking for producers to come on board to help me complete the current feature film I am shooting. The film is a 90 minute comedy/drama about a struggling New York actor who is having a really bad week after getting laid off his bar-tending job and his girlfriend breaking up with him. He's behind on his rent and is influenced by his father to move back to Buffalo, while being influenced by his friends to stick it out in NY and continue pursuing acting. The film takes place over the course of a few months and uses the Trump/Hillary election as part of the backdrop. The film is completely improv and works from a 20 page scene outline. It is being shot with an amazing cast and crew of well-known New York stage actors. INFLUENCES: Mumblecore films such as The Duplass Brothers, Joe Swanberg, and the Dogme film movement WHAT WE HAVE SHOT SO FAR: Thus far we have filmed roughly a third of the film. It's being filmed in a documentary-style approach. WHAT WE NEED: Right now we need producers to join us to help us with day-in, day-out logistics for shooting, and executive producers to secure finishing funds. Please have a background in film production or fundraising and a true passion for cinema! Thanks! Adam (writer/director)
Skills: Film criticism Cinematography Film Direction Film Production