A Chapter In Life (Short Film)

Updated 18th July 2019 at 11:39am

Number of Roles:

1

Closing Date:

26th July 2019 at 12:00am

Production Dates:

26th Jul 2019 - 14th Aug 2019 - All Inclusive

Production Location:

London

Production Details

'A Chapter In Life'
Two teens struggle to come to terms with their secrets and how to tell the people around them.
A 30-40 minute coming of age short film created with little-to-no budget, this production is now in post. We are looking for a composer to work alongside director Ellis Smith and editor Tommy Kear to create a soundtrack for the film. We will want the track completed by the first couple weeks in August.
As a fairly new production team, we are unable to pay/cover expenses but we do offer an IMDB credit and will be taking the film to festivals, so there is potential for exposure there. This can be used for showreel material as well of course.
Job is listed as London but open to applicants from across the UK
Roles (1)

 Composer

We are looking for a composer to work alongside director Ellis Smith and editor Tommy Kear to create a soundtrack for the film. We will want the track completed by the first couple weeks in August.
As a fairly new production team, we are unable to pay/cover expenses but we do offer an IMDB credit and will be taking the film to festivals, so there is potential for exposure there. This can be used for showreel material as well of course. 
Job is listed as London but open to applicants from across the UK
Pay Type: Non-Paid

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