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Production Manager at CBS Television Stations

REF#: 36747 CBS BUSINESS UNIT: CBS Television Stations JOB TYPE: Full-Time Staff JOB SCHEDULE: Full-Time JOB LOCATION: Chicago, IL  

Videographer at Groveland Studios

Atlanta, Georgia full-time

RESPONSIBILITIES Production Setup production equipment. Help with lighting and prop setup Follow shotlist to ensure the project is being filmed

Video Operations Producer at Facebook

Facebook is seeking Video Operations Producers to scale and grow Facebook Video Productions (FVP) for The Production Group globally. This

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Impact Spotlight: “HOMEMADE”

HOMEMADE is a collection of short films created by celebrated filmmakers around the world. Confined at home as a consequence of the COVID-19 outbreak, filmmakers created  personal, moving stories that capture our shared experience of life in quarantine.   Watch on Netflix FilmUp Impact Based on the themes of this film we’ve paired it with

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Talent Agents Will Now Be Voting for the Oscars

On June 28th, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Board of Governors voted to define talent agents as “Members-at-Large,” giving Oscar voting privileges to talent agents. The Academy has 17 branches, including actors, crafts, documentaries, directors, and writers. There are two membership status categories, Members-at-Large and Associates. Agents were previously classified as Associates and

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How to Survive Life in Production

Here are my top 5 tips for surviving life in production. 1. Don’t take things too personally.If a conflict of argument breaks out on set, it’s natural. Its not desired or necessarily healthy – but it is natural. Be sure to resolve whatever stands in the way of carrying on with your day, and then

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“Anyone who’s ever tried to crew up in another state knows how daunting the task can be but FilmUp is an answer to my prayers! Not only does this platform connect me with qualified crew members it helps me book more work as well. Word of mouth is great but FilmUp is better!”

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“FilmUp is revolutionizing the film industry by creating a platform with resources that allow aspiring and experienced filmmakers to connect, collaborate and create. Anyone trying to be in the industry or established should be on this site.”

“Both young and more experienced filmmakers need the connections and creative solutions to help finance, produce, market, distribute and monetize their films – beyond the basic education they may or may not receive in schools. FilmUp has created that long-overdue community of resources that acts as a catalyst for filmmaker success with its online showcases, job board and collaboration tools. This is a great film industry accelerator!”

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“I wish I’d had a resource like FilmUp when I graduated from film school. It would have made connecting with other film industry professionals a lot easier and navigating the horror of finding that first industry job a lot less daunting. I highly recommend signing up for FilmUp if you’re just out of school or a veteran of the business looking for new challenges… the site connects creatives of all kinds in a really intuitive way!”

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