Friday, March 18, 2011

3/18 Job/Internship listings and Events

Film Production Company at a major studio seeks assistant to successful Producer. Applicant must have assistant experience and/or production experience, a great attitude, excellent phone demeanor, impeccable manners, highly adept at multi-tasking, works extremely well under pressure, willing to work long hours, extraordinarily organized, resourceful, hard working, willing to travel. Duties include scheduling, booking travel, interfacing with clients and directors, rolling calls, as well as handling some personal tasks. Discretion required. Please send resumes to producerasst333@gmail.com.

Beverly Hills literary TV/film management company looking for an advanced intern. Must be strong on the phones, a quick learner, have thick skin, be very organized, and have a great sense of humor. Internship is demanding, but very rewarding. Position to start almost immediately. Please send cover letters and resumes to asst@shereeguitarent.com with title ‘Internship.”
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UCLA FESTIVAL OF PRESERVATION
Through Sunday, March 27

On weekends throughout the Festival, you can attend special matinees, have a bite to eat in Westwood and then return to the Wilder for our evening events—and pay only $3 for parking! Make a day of it at the Wilder!


At the Linwood Dunn Theater in Los Angeles:

The Virtual Life of Film 2010–2011 Contemporary Documentaries Wednesday Evenings at 7 p.m. from March 23 to June 1 - The 29th annual Contemporary Documentaries series is a showcase for feature-length and short documentaries drawn from the 2009 Academy Award nominations, including the winners, as well as other important and innovative films considered by the Academy that year. The filmmakers will be present at screenings whenever possible. Admission for all screenings is free.

In the Academy Galleries in Beverly Hills:

Masters of the Close-Up, Up CloseNow Open - During his 35 years as a cinematographer, Owen Roizman, ASC, has shot nearly 30 features and earned five Oscar nominations including "The French Connection" and "The Exorcist." In 1996, Roizman was inspired by his friend, accomplished photographer Douglas Kirkland, to explore the new realm of digital photography which led to a regular assignment taking portraits of fellow cinematographers for the "Member Portrait" in American Cinematographer magazine. To date, Roizman has shot over 100 American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) members, and this exhibition showcases a selection of more than 100 of those portraits. 
Open through April 17 in the Academy’s Grand Lobby Gallery. Tuesday – Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Weekends noon – 6 p.m. Admission is free.


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