As we gear up for lights and tinsel during this holiday season, temps will still be dropping and HEC wants to help you aspiring filmmakers spring ahead with a chance to land an Intern this March at Rule/Boston Camera, a fully loaded audio equipment provider for the entertainment biz. The position is unpaid but the chance to be hands-on working and networking with the right people could lead to a great gig.
Rule/Boston Camera seeks Spring semester interns to work directly with motion picture and HD cameras in New England’s largest camera rental and sales company for their 67th internship semester. Responsibilities include maintenance, inventory, and delivery of 16mm, 35mm, HD, DV, DSLR cameras, lenses and accessories. Learning workshops also provided. No experience required, but basic knowledge of cinematography a plus. Driver’s license required as interns will make deliveries in the company vehicles.
This month, check out Rule’s Tom Talbot and Mike Sutton as they dig deeper into menu options and capabilities for Panasonic’s AG-3DA1 3D camera along with recommendations for creating smart 3D compositions. There are no requirements to sign up for these classes, only an RSVP to e[email protected] to reserve a spot.
Don’t forget to take advantage of the FREE lab series Rule/Boston offers bi-monthly, an ongoing program dedicated to sharing the latest knowledge on production and post-production products, technologies and techniques featuring in-house experts and guest speakers.
For more information go to the Rule/Boston Camera site for and don’t forget to check out the internship position and FREE classes.
New England Film.com is one of the most popular film sites viewed by professionals in the film and television industry. According to Google Analytics, the site receives over 65,000 visitors and over 150,000 page views monthly. The dot com is home to over 5,000 industry related jobs, events and classifieds — and it’s free! This year, New England Film has announced that their Second Annual Online New England Film Festival is collaborating with the Rhode Island Film Festival and the New Hampshire Film Festival by hand picking the 2010 roster for this year’s online festival.
Last year, New England Film did have an open call for entries but decided to spice it up this year and go find the best short films out there to feature. The festival will showcase short films online from New England this coming September. The 2010 Online Film Festival is also being sponsored by several local industry-related businesses: Rule; Talamas; and Modulus Studios. So get those submissions into one of the many festivals happening right now in New England because your short film might just be hand picked for the 45 day online festival.
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