Camera operator

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Sava Films
Sprat ..Paolo B.Sannia S.Ellis M. + 2 others have already sent a proposal.
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Experience Level: Intermediate
I am looking for a camera operator for 3 different days for a travel documentary
Day 1. Would be on Friday evening September 22nd at a cafe that will later be disclosed, for the period of 2 hours. The shots would consist of pick ups, and interviews.
Day 2. Would be Sunday Sept 24th for a period of 7hours 9am to 4pm which would consist of pick up shots, interviews, as well as travel shots where you would be riding in a car while filming other vehicles riding along the roads. There would be a driver for the car so you as a camera will be busy filming.
Day3. Monday morning 10am to 12pm (another 2 hours) at a museum where again pick up shots and interviews. The cafe scene and the museum will be both indoor and outdoor. And depending on the time we will film the cafe scene it should be early enough in the evening where lighting should not be an issue. Looking forward in hearing back Thank You, Joe

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  • Sava Films

    Is this in the US?

    Joe M.27 Aug 2017

    No this will be in London. I myself and my production company is from California but as I said this particular production will be shot in the UK

  • Katarzyna K.

    Location please

  • Sarah G.

    What is the location? WHich city, country?

    Joe M.27 Aug 2017

    Hello Katarzyna, Thank you for your interest. Even though the production company is based in the US this particular production will take place in London Two of the shoot days will take place in the Wembley area. And the Sunday shoot will take place somewhere in central London. As this will be a rolling event that will travel through out the city. I am waiting word from the event organizer of where the even will start as well as the route it will take place through London. Again Thank you, Joe