Log line: Tyler, a young boy, is trick or treating alone for the fist time and will get to experience Halloween “for real”
Tyler – 10 – 12 year old boy. A playful and adventurous kid.
Mark – 27 – 35. Tyler’s father a laid back dad with a playful side.
Amy – 27 – 35. Tyler’s mother a cautious parent that is nervous about letting her son go out alone.
Pumpkin – 20 – 30 yr old man. A bit of a bully and prankster who takes joy in scaring kids on Halloween.
Old Woman – 50 – 60. One of Tyler’s neighbors- looks sweet and innocent on the outside but has a playful side.
Ghost – 10 – 12. A prankster going out to cause a little mayhem.
Princess – 10 – 12. A prankster who’s out to cause a little mayhem on Halloween.
Super Hero – 10 – 12. A prankster out to make mayhem on Halloween night.
EXTRAS – trick or treaters of all ages are requested for neighborhood scenes
Production Team – Director – Luke Galves, Producer – Angel Lavender
Production Type – Student Film for the Colorado Film School
Run Time – Short
AUDITION INFO: Auditions will be held on Saturday July 22 from 12:30 pm to 3:30pm in the ALPINE ROOM at:
Northglenn Recreation Center
11801 Community Center Drive
Northglenn, Colorado 80233
Please be prepared to provide a headshot and at least a one minute monologue (Children actors don’t necessarily need one) Callbacks will be given one week after auditions are closed on July 29th.
If you cannot make auditions, please email Resume, Head Shot, and Demo reel to email@example.com
Additional Info: Filming will take place primarily in the afternoon to early evening, no overnight shooting. Extras can come in costumes of their choosing. Dinner and snacks will be provided all three days. Parents should be present during filming. We want this to be a safe and fun experience for all!
Project Info – Tyler has just convinced his parents to let him go out trick or treating by himself this Halloween and, like every cautious parent, they give Tyler rules he must follow if he is to go out on his own; Stay on the block, don’t eat any of your candy, and don’t talk to strangers. Tyler visits every house on his block and decides that he will be adventurous and go to the next block but comes to encounter new and scary things. He meets an old woman who loves a good trick, other trick or treaters who take part in the mischief of Halloween, and three masked strangers who watch Tyler’s every move. Tyler experiences Halloween in the typical way every child does, tricks are played on him and he is scared to the point of tears. But in the end, Tyler’s love for Halloween remains strong and he learns lessons that are all a part of growing up.
Logline: With the possibility of losing his job for supporting a teenage girl who comes out to him, a youth pastor (Cleo) sets out on his bike to find Truth, but ends up questioning his faith and discovering Love with the help of a mysterious traveler (Larry) and his dead father.
Scene: Same-sex wedding and reception.
Role: Claire. Mid to late 20’s. Attending the wedding of two male friends from her youth group, and her former youth pastor (Larry) is conducting the ceremony. She meets Cleo at the reception and reveals this new information to his surprise. Claire shares about her conservative Christian upbringing and how Larry opened her eyes to a whole other world. Loose script – ability to improvise is required. Christian background very helpful.
Shooting Schedule: Sunday, August 20th (2-9pm) Church Location
Filming Location: Denver, Colorado
Compensation: $250, pizza, beer, and IMDB credit.
Audition Information: If interested please email your resume, headshot, and (if you have one) a demo reel to the email address listed above.
Logline: A depressed man named, John, finds himself suffering through a series of very disturbing and surreal nightmares that he can’t seem to escape from. But there may be more to these dreams than meets the eye.
Role: John. Mid to early 20’s. Struggles with depression and alcoholism. Finds himself suffering through an unspecified crisis that he’s not willing to do anything about
Role: Amy. Also mid to early 20’s John’s ex-girlfriend. Had earlier broken up with him due to his alcoholism. Very patient and supportive, but has her limits.
Production Company: Directed, written, and produced by: Jacob Thompson and Christian Hutchins.
Production Type: Student Film
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Run Time: Short. 20-30 minutes.
Compensation: Unpaid. Will provide food and IMDB credit.
Audition Information: If interested please email your resume, headshot, and (if you have one) a demo reel to the email address listed above.
Shooting Schedule: Throughout the month of July and possibly beginning of August.
We are a Denver-based video game news outlet looking for a volunteer film crew to assist our team at this year’s Denver Comic Con 2017 from June 30 to July 2.
We are looking for a 2-person crew to provide video/audio recording and editing to include B-roll, on-screen interviews, film panels and other projects TBD.
The position would be unpaid, but 2 volunteers would get 3-day Press Badges for the weekend and access to the show floor before the public arrives. Great experience for a film student interested in live journalistic work.
Lots of walking and long hours. We would be happy to provide any letter of completion for school experience. Prefer film student to bring Pro or Pro-sumer equipment to include camera, boom mic, lights, laptop for editing and incidentals like tripods, cables etc.
Students would be assisting 8-12 hours each day for the 3-day event. Must be available Friday June 30 from 9am to 7pm, Saturday July 1 from 9am to 7pm and Sunday July 2 from 9am to 6pm. Students are required to provide their own transport and tote their equipment. We will provide one meal per day.
We have covered many events in video games including GDC and E3, and this would be a great opportunity for students to network, work under a deadline and edit video on the fly. (Press WiFi is provided) Could turn into part-time work in the future as we expand and grow our team.
Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team are excited to return to Colorado! They plan to film episodes of the hit series AMERICAN PICKERS throughout the region in July 2017!
AMERICAN PICKERS is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique ‘picking’ on History. The hit show follows Mike and Frank, two of the most skilled pickers in the business, as they hunt for America’s most valuable antiques. They are always excited to find sizeable, unique collections and learn the interesting stories behind them.
As they hit the back roads from coast to coast, Mike and Frank are on a mission to recycle and rescue forgotten relics. Along the way, the Pickers want to meet characters with remarkable and exceptional items. The pair hopes to give historically significant objects a new lease on life, while learning a thing or two about
America’s past along the way.
Mike and Frank have seen a lot of rusty gold over the years and are always looking to discover something they’ve never seen before. They are ready to find extraordinary items and hear fascinating tales about them. AMERICAN PICKERS is looking for leads and would love to explore your hidden treasure. If you or someone you know has a large, private collection or accumulation of antiques that the Pickers can spend the better part of the day looking through, send us your name, phone number, location and description of the collection with photos to:
Daily Blast Live, a three and a half hour LIVE television program airing on TEGNA owned stations, Monday thru Friday, is seeking a Production Counsel to oversee all legal, clearance, and contractual matters on behalf of Daily Blast Live LLC. The position requires the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, be a team player that works closely with production to creatively solve problems, as well as manage and prioritize workflow according to our programming needs. This role will interact daily with other Clearance staff, Production/ Digital staff, and others. This position reports to the Executive Producer.
The successful Production Counsel candidate will have at least 3-5 years of broad-based content licensing experience, as well as development and production experience in unscripted television, with direct experience drafting all forms of production agreements, including talent agreements, production services agreements, and production forms. The ideal candidate will have a strong production and operational background, plus a broad understanding of both television distribution (including digital distribution) and the evolving industry as a whole. Experience providing in-house support to an Internet and/or entertainment company OR experience serving as outside production counsel strongly preferred.
Production Counsel will be responsible for all legal matters related to production legal affairs including structuring, drafting and negotiating a wide range of production-related agreements, including location, talent, above-the-line and vendor agreements, handling pre-broadcast clearance review, and advising on clearance issues including managing clearance staff. Production Counsel will also analyze and interpret contracts and provide thoughtful legal advice on potential risks and issues in a wide range of legal areas, including intellectual property/copyright.
The successful candidate will also possess the following:
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
• Strong analytical capabilities and judgment.
• Team player, focused on creative solutions
• Ability to work proactively, independently and reliably under tight timeframes in a fast-paced environment.
• Solid understanding and knowledge of production, copyright and other entertainment legal concepts (e.g., clearance, trademark, etc.)
• Hands-on production experience
• Music-related legal experience
• Experience working with all levels of broadcasters and distributors including on pilots and first-time series
• J.D. and membership in good standing in at least one state bar.
As Clearance Manager, you will be responsible for acquiring, negotiating, pricing, and clearing rights on behalf of Daily Blast Live LLC. Daily Blast Live is a three and a half hour LIVE television program airing on TEGNA owned stations, Monday thru Friday. The position requires the ability and willingness to work in a fast-paced environment, be a team player focused on creating solutions, all while prioritizing workflow according to our programming needs. This role will interact daily with other Clearance staff, Production/ Digital staff, our Production Counsel, and others. This position reports to the Production Counsel and Executive Producer.
• Track, analyze and evaluate ongoing rights issues
• Receive, analyze, and respond to varied requests for review of content and other associated materials in a timely and precise manner
• Work independently and reliably under tight time frames in a fast-paced environment, with minimal supervision, including an ability to take direction in a productive manner
• Strong analytical capabilities and sound judgment
• Proactively tackle new issues with critical thinking, analysis, with a meticulous attention to detail
Additional responsibilities include:
• Footage/ Still Photo Licensing – Manage footage licensing by working with existing licenses and obtaining additional licenses as needed
• Music Licensing – Working with music library subscription services and function as the liaison between company and the subscription services. Additional clearances may be required for music not in Tegna’s subscriptions. Ensure compliance with all music licensing entities by working with appropriate Daily Blast Live personnel on music cue sheets and reporting
• Releases – Obtain and process all releases (location, athlete, network, contest entrants, etc.) as appropriate
• Out-licensing- Negotiate and draft Daily Blast Live content licensing out to 3rd parties
• Content clearance – in addition to the above, advising, reviewing and approving of all clearances for Daily Blast Live content
• Expirations/Renewals- Monitoring and managing clearance expirations and communicating expiration dates to the appropriate Daily Blast Live personnel
• Documentation-Reviewing, managing and maintaining production binders ensuring all clearance data included is accurate and all backup documentation is included
• Other duties as appropriate and assigned
• A minimum of 1-3 years’ prior experience in content rights and clearance review is required, ideally at a video content clearance company, digital media content production company, or television production. Prior work in a television environment is a plus.
• Ability to negotiate and execute licenses and other contracts
• Knowledge and experience identifying copyright and IP infringement in video (and flat content and audio); ability to flag new/evolving IP and other concerns as they may arise in video and flat content
• Strong work ethic and enthusiasm to pitch in as needed in a start-up environment: be responsive to new/additional requests and projects as needed; have willingness to problem-solve for matters outside established expertise
• Possess outstanding organizational and communication skills
• Team player, focused on creative solutions
• Knowledge of celebrity news, pop culture & current events
Looking for actresses and actors with dance experience!
Title: Galaxy Funk: A Bitchin’ Barb Adventure
Genre: Sci-Fi, Dance
Logline: When space dance troupe The Dastardly Dancers takes over the Space Mall and force people to dance, it is up to Space Police’s top operative, Bitchin’ Barb, to save the day!
Roles: See below
Production Company: Well-Prepared Productions
Production Type: Student Film
Contact Information: Email email@example.com, or call 720-236-7776
Run Time: Short
Compensation: 75$ per shoot day for the main leads, plus an IMDB credit and reel material. Travel and food will be covered.
Audition Information: June 4th, 11am-4pm, at the Colorado Film School. Bring a full body picture of yourself in a jazz pose. Be prepared to learn a brief amount of jazz choreography. Bring a brief dramatic monologue. Must be available for dance rehearsals once a week for 8 weeks. Every Tuesday from June 20th until August 8th, 7pm-9pm. We are also accepting video auditions if you can’t make the physical auditions. Please send them to the aforementioned email address.
Shooting Schedule: October 20th-22, 27th-29th, and November 4th.
Filming Location: Colorado Film School, 9075 E Lowry Blvd, Denver CO 80230.
Galaxy Funk: A Bitchin’ Barb Adventure is a proof of concept short to make a feature film fusing two genres that don’t usually go hand in hand: Sci-Fi and dance.
Set in a retro funk future, humanity’s reach has gone beyond planet earth. The Dastardly Dancers, a rouge dance troupe, takes over the intergalactic Space Mall, and will force people to dance nonstop until they are declared the top dance troupe in the galaxy.
Only Space Police operative Bitchin’ Barb can take them on and enact groovy justice!
BITCHIN’ BARB (20’s-Early 30’s), Female, no specific Ethnicity
Bitchin’ Barb is Space Police’s top operative, sent to all corners of the universe to solve intergalactic crime. She is a fun-loving, funky free spirit who dispenses groovy justice with the power of dance, and never loses her cool.
GANGSTER GLAM (Early 20’s-Early 30’s), Male, no specific Ethnicity
Gangster Glam is the leader of The Dastardly Dancers and an intergalactic space criminal. A gifted dancer, Gangster Glam decided do go off the straight path to stardom and form a rouge dance troupe. His goal is to turn The Dastardly Dancers into the best dance troupe in the universe, by any means necessary. Gangster glam has a flair for the theatrical, dressing in outlandish clothes and wearing heavy makeup.
SPACE MALL HOSTAGES (All ages), any gender and ethnicity
Innocent shoppers at the largest shopping venue in the Milk Galaxy, the Space Mall. They are taken hostage by the Dastardly Dancers, and are forced to dance till they drop.
THE DASTARDLY DANCERS (Ages 16 and up), any gender and ethnicity
Members of a rouge dance troupe. Follow their leader, Gangster Glam, with a comical level of conviction.
Title: SYMPHONY IN BLUE
Logline: In an unremarkable near future, and an American Southwest devoid of the romanticism and beauty it once possessed, a Colorado Ranger pursues a group of five young people fleeing from the law to a nearly empty town in the middle of nowhere. Confronting their own personal obsessions with death and brutality, each must chose to abandon violence or embrace it on their way to a bloody conclusion.
Roles: Woman- [FEMALE] Looks like early 20s. The unnamed Woman travelling with the group is mysterious and intense, slowly assuming a leadership role and commanding respect from three boys who are barely more than children.
Harmon- [MALE] Looks like early 20s. After killing a family of four in a barroom shooting, Harmon fled the scene with new acquaintances Tommy, Garrett, Daniel, and the Woman. Even though he’s clearly the most unstable of the group, Harmon has a strange contentment about him, almost as if he’s already achieved his goals and is waiting for a conclusion only he knows is coming.
Tommy- [MALE] Looks teenaged. With his best friends Daniel and Garrett, Tommy is enamored with the perceived violence of the American Southwest that he’s grown up with. Unlike his friends, Tommy is intense and passionate about rebelling against a society that has, in his words, “grown tired of itself.”
Daniel- [MALE] Looks teenaged. Although he remains just as obsessed with the romanticized West as his friend Garrett and Tommy, Daniel is a scared and lonely teenager in a situation out of his control.
Production Company: Brandhouse
Director: Samuel Marko
Producer: Kaitlin McMullen
Production Type: Independent/Student
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org, Kaitlin.McMullen.email@example.com
Run Time: Feature
Compensation: Unpaid, meals provided, transportation if necessary
Union Status: Non-Union
Audition Information: Email us with the character(s) you are interested in auditioning for with your headshot (also send in a demo reel if you have one available). We will email back script excerpts for a video audition/skype interview. No set date for callbacks.
Shooting Schedule: Month of June, basing it off of the availability of cast. No official schedule set at the moment.
Filming Location: Ken-caryl Valley, Littleton, CO/ Lakewood, CO area
Project Description: Contemporary Western
Neu Productions, a turn-key adventure sports, documentary and commercial film production company based in Denver, Colorado, is currently looking for an experienced executive producer to join the team. Executive producer must have knowledge of action and adventure sports space along with commercial advertising. Persons must believe in the outdoors, have a strong organizational set, and have 3+ years of professional experience working within commercial film production. Position would require EP to cultivate new and existing business and manage productions from the ground up (crew, logistics, travel, permitting, and insurance). EP must live within the Boulder/Denver area of Colorado.
If your interested, we’d love to hear from you. Please submit a detailed CV, reel or resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Break Silence, a Colorado film production business, is searching for a post-production editor to come on board our team. We have various projects lined up for spring 2017 all through the Year. This is a paid position so people who are serious about film please contact me at email@example.com we are looking for a fun, energetic, team-oriented person to come join our awesome team, if thats you please contact me so we can talk more! Have a good day and we look forward on working with you!
DMHS is hiring up to three very part-time creative and/or physical expressions guides. These guides work with up to 20 younger adolescents (7th – 9th grade) to provide students skill building and practice time where the goal is to instill a love of learning and enjoyment for that particular creative or physical expression.
*Required Qualifications: Qualified candidates will have minimum of two years of college credit along with a demonstrated expertise in the area he/she would like to guide.
*Preferred Qualifications: qualified candidates will have minimum of two years of college credit along with a demonstrated expertise in the area he/she would like to guide.
*How to Apply: Qualified candidates please email firstname.lastname@example.org and apply for the position through the DPS website. Search under Denver Montessori Junior/Senior High School.
We are on the search for a new friendly team member that can help us manage warehouse check-ins and check-outs primarily in the grip & electric category. If you know and enjoy working with G&E gear then give us a call or email your info.
My Name is Dick Fulton, and I am the Lead Media Agent with MAXIMUM Talent here in Denver. We are always looking for new local actors (Union and non-union) that have a strong resume with plenty of training and experience. If you are seeking possible representation, send me a couple headshots, your resume, and any demo reels you have and then we can talk, and discuss how we might be able to help each other out.