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Upsurge

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Web Sitehttp://www.upsurgeesports.com
Industry: Gaming
Number of Students Needed: 6+
Needs Assistance With: Community Engagement, Content Development, Media Strategy, Research, Social Media, Video Editing, Writing

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Upsurge eSports is a new eSports organization looking to provide a professional experience to players of all skill levels. We provide a service to players whether that being hosting events or helping players find teams. We are still in our early stages of development and need as many people as we can get to help with our social media and other content. This is a great opportunity for résumé and portfolio building and create some great content. 

*All positions are on a volunteer basis, you can donate as much time as you can

JOB DESCRIPTION

Upsurge Media Team is looking for enthusiastic and results-driven specialists able to support the current media staff. The ideal candidate wants to volunteer their time as a promoter of eSports and Upsurge as a medium. Upsurge Video Production Team is looking at 4 dedicated roles for full cycle video production. The ideal candidate is has technical and design knowledge regarding video editing, timeline construction, roto, sound quality, etc.

Project Duration: 3 - 6 months
Estimated Time Commitment: 3-5 hours per week
Can this work be done remotely? Yes
Is this a paid opportunity? No

Docu-Video - OGC

Web Site: http://www.orlandogaychorus.org
Industry: Non-Profit
Needs Assistance With: Photography, Videography, Video Editing
Number of Students Needed: 2-3

Project Description

June 8 - 12 the Orlando Gay Chorus has a cabaret show, over 6 outreach performances, and a lake-side performance at Lake Eola. This project is for a photography/film production student/team that can film and photograph these multiple events.

Job Description

Students would follow OGC and document their shows and outreach performances during these dates. Students would also video tape the June 12 (Pulse One-Year) outreaches in hopes of creating an Acts of Love & Kindness sizzle reel. Students would be expected to edit their photos and videos and to use creative commons audio so that we may upload the sizzle reel to our YouTube channel.

Project Duration: Less than 1 week
Estimated Time Commitment: 1-2 hours per week
Can this work be done remotely? No

Sizzle Reel - OGC

Web Site: http://www.orlandogaychorus.org
Industry: Non-Profit
Needs Assistance With: Photography, Videography, Video Editing
Number of Students Needed: 2-3

Project Description

The Orlando Gay Chorus is in need of a sizzle reel for our spring concert Happy Gays Are Here Again (May 13/14). Students would have access to our Tech Rehearsal on the 12th to film as much close-up concert b-roll as possible. During the shows on the 13th and 14th students would focus their attention on lobby/patron b-roll. They will also have limited Green Room and back of house access.

Job Description

We are looking for a creative, flexible, and competent filmmaker(s) team. Our hope would be to find someone we could work with on our future concerts.

Project Duration: Less than 1 week
Estimated Time Commitment: 6-10 hours per week
Can this work be done remotely? Partially

Lie - BTS Video Cover

Industry: Pop Culture
Needs Assistance With: Audio, Content Development, Graphic Design, Videography, Video Editing
Number of Students Needed: 6+

Project Description

This is a cover (song and video) to the song Lie by BTS, specifically Jimin Park. The video will include a cover of me singing it as well as a full production video to go along with the track. The video includes elements from the short film BigHit Entertainment produced for Lie, a dance segment of the same choreography, as well as similar shots that links to other music videos from BTS. 

The audience this video is directed towards are the fans of BTS. I wanted to create an in depth music video for this song because a full music video was never released and there has yet to be a decent cover uploaded to the internet. 

The song's lyrics express how someone feels the need to be saved from the lie they have created and I wanted to show this in the video by having two representing personalities. One representing an innocent, uncorrupted personality dressed in a white shirt, the other a mature, deceitful personality dressed in a navy shirt.

Throughout the video, we see that the innocent personality is being corrupted by the deceitful personality. Visually we can see this change throughout the music video through the representations of an apple, paint, and a goblet. All of these relating to the group's past music videos in some way. 

Below, I have linked the story board I created (can only be accessed through the link provided) as well as several sources that I have pulled my inspiration from.

StoryBoard Notes:

Job Description

I have created the story board for the cover. My roles will be the talent of the project, so I will have my vocals recorded and be the one in front of the camera.

Other than this, my responsibilities will be to lead the production of the cover by making sure we include the elements needed to successfully represent the song and BTS.

Project Duration: Less than 1 week
Estimated Time Commitment: 16-20 hours per week
Can this work be done remotely? Yes
Is this a paid opportunity? No

Moxe

Web Site: http://www.getmoxe.com
Industry: Media Agency
Needs Assistance With: Graphic Design, Marketing, Social Media, Storytelling, Videography, Video Editing
Number of Students Needed: 1

Project Description

We are seeking intern candidates who have exceptional graphic design/video skills to assist our Digital Marketing team with content creation for our portfolio of clients.

Job Description

The intern would be an integral member of the Digital Marketing team as it pertains to content creation, which could include things such as, infographics, video editing, creating e-newsletters, client decks, etc.

Ideally we are looking for an intern to commit 15-20 hours a week to the agency. They would need to be proficient with various design software (i.e. InDesign, Photoshop, etc.).

Project Duration: 3 - 6 months
Estimated Time Commitment: 11-15 hours per week
Can this work be done remotely? Partially
Is this a paid opportunity? No

UCP of Central Florida

Web Site: http://ucpcfl.org
Industry: Non-Profit
Needs Assistance With: Content Development, Marketing, Photography, Social Media, Storytelling, Videography, Video Editing
Number of Students Needed: 4-5

Project Description

UCP's Evening at The Palace Gala is a major fundraiser for the children and families of UCP of Central Florida. For over 60 years our non-profit has provided life changing service to children with disabilities in Central Florida.

This job has two separate media needs:

  • Creating compelling video content that tells the story of UCP's Impact on over 3,000 children this past year alone.
  • Photo and Video coverage the high profile event featuring celebrities (Cheryl Hines, Rachael Harris, and Breaking Bad's RJ Mitte among others)

Job Description

  • Videographers: Needed to shoot documentary style B-Roll and Interviews on location at one of our (7) Central Florida Locations
  • Editors: Needed to edit a strong compelling video piece on the lives of some of our students (90 seconds - 2 minutes)
  • Event Videographers: Needed to cover the excitement of our Celebrity Poker Tournament and BTS Gala Build.
  • Event Photographers: Needed to cover the excitement of our Celebrity Poker Tournament and BTS Gala Build.

*Additional opportunities for social media coverage

Project Duration: Less than 1 week
Estimated Time Commitment: 3-5 hours per week
Can this work be done remotely? Partially
Is this a paid opportunity? No

Storytelling/Videography - World Upside Down

Web Site: http://www.worldupsidedown.org
Industry: Education
Needs Assistance With: Storytelling, Videography, Video Editing
Number of Students Needed: 2-3

Project Description

We are creating a series of video classes that will guide teachers through the process of producing The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (based off the Narnia book series by world renowned author C.S. Lewis) for middle school students. Cindy Lowa, the middle school theater arts teacher at Windermere Preparatory School, is producing the play with a March 2017 performance date, and we need help creating a series of video classes that will walk theater instructors through the entire production process. The classes will cover character development, acting techniques, set design, lighting, costumes, tech skills, and performance, training both teachers and students on how to successfully complete all aspects of the production.

We need to create a 30 second promo video for the fundraising campaign that we will launch on social media to raise funds for this project.

Job Description

Participant/s will create a 30 second promo video for the fundraising campaign that we will launch on social media to raise funds for this project. They can go with our film crew to Windermere Preparatory school campus to interview Cindy Lowa (theater teacher), actors, parents, or anyone else they think will make the message and call to action most powerful.

Storyboard and script must include these elements:

  • Clear description of the Narnia Video project
  • Show participants involved: Cindy Lowa, her students, parent volunteers (optional), and Full Sail University interns
  • Call to action: amount needed to raise, suggested donation, request to recruit 2 friends to donate as well, time limit

Project Duration: 1 - 4 weeks
Estimated Time Commitment: 3-5 hours per week
Can this work be done remotely? Partially
Is this a paid opportunity? No

Production - World Upside Down

Web Site: http://www.worldupsidedown.org
Industry: Education
Needs Assistance With: Audio, Graphic Design, Videography, Video Editing, Writing, Other
Number of Students Needed: 6+

Project Description

The Narnia Project

We are creating a series of video classes that will guide teachers through the process of producing The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (based off the Narnia book series by world renowned author C.S. Lewis) for middle school students. Cindy Lowa, the middle school theater arts teacher at Windermere Preparatory School, is producing the play with a March 2017 performance date, and we need help creating a series of video classes that will walk theater instructors through the entire production process. The classes will cover character development, acting techniques, set design, lighting, costumes, tech skills, and performance, training both teachers and students on how to successfully complete all aspects of the production. We are excited to create this resource for our partner schools and after school programs in the local community so teachers can help students be part of this wonderful play in subsequent years. Teachers will be able to use this video series completely free of charge, and we will provide all of our partners with online access to the videos and promote the series among other area schools, so the maximum number of teachers and students can benefit from this resource. Cindy Lowa is a certified arts instructor, and all of her video classes will align with the National Coalition for Core Arts Standards.

Other FAQs:

  • Filming will take place on Windermere Preparatory School campus (probably on Saturdays or Sundays)
  • Pre- and post-production will be done remotely and most team meetings will take place via Google Hangout
  • Participants can work on one part of the project if they are not able to work on the entire project from start to finish

Job Description

We are looking for students to fill the following roles:

Media Researcher

The Media Researcher discovers and obtains video clips that align with the video class content and objectives in order to enhance the lesson by showing and demonstrating what the teacher is teaching and exposing students to performances by artists worldwide. The average video class will use up to 3 third-party video clips. The Media Researcher must work with the video class teacher and the Scriptwriter to select the best video clip options for each class and must also contact the owner of the video clip to secure a signed Video Release Form which allows World Upside Down to use the video completely free of charge.

Scriptwriter

The Scriptwriter works with the teacher to write the script for the video class using the Presentation, Practice, and Performance template, ensuring thorough documentation of the script pre-production and the script post-production (documenting any changes that were made so that a written transcript is available for translation as necessary). The Scriptwriter coaches the teacher to avoid words/phrases that time stamp the video (first/last, introductory phrases for warm-ups are presented with language that could allow each warm-up to be a stand alone clip, instructions which coach the students to follow, repeat, imitate are used throughout, etc.) This coaching should be done in the script during pre-production and during the actual recording of the video as the video script may evolve during production. The Scriptwriter also works with the Media Researcher to integrate video content that will enhance the class and also ensures that all classes align with National Standards for the Arts. The Scriptwriter works with the teacher to create an Extension Activity for each class, which is a 2-page pdf document which the facilitating instructor can use to facilitate the class--includes objectives, lesson summary, and a post-video class activity which helps students to discuss, share, and continue to create based on concepts learned in the video class.

Digital Artist

The Digital Artist creates images and text needed for the video and aligns them with the World Upside Down brand identity style guides and updates the style guide as needed.

Lighting Designer

The Lighting Designer coordinates the necessary lights needed in order to carry out the look of the video class as decided by the Director and DP to make sure the lights achieve the correct look.

Camera Operator

The Camera Operator is in charge of the equipment during the shoot. The camera operator may gain direction from the Producer and/or Set Designer, but will be the person responsible for creating the digital video footage. Actual capturing duties may include ensuring there is enough videotape and that the lighting and audio will be correctly captured, marking the taped scenes, allowing “black space” between scenes for later adding transitions, and knowing what scenes may need to be a re-shot the same day. The Camera Operator creates clear scenes in order to make the editing process more efficient.

Sound Engineer

The Sound Engineer must ensure that all music and sound is captured well during the shoot and works with the Film Editor to maximize the impact in post-production. He/she make create musical tracks for the video or obtain legal permission to use music tracks or sound clips free of charge.

Film Editor

The Film Editor will facilitate the process of viewing the footage with the team, deciding what shots should be used, and making the final edits. The Film Editor will work with the Digital Artist and the Sound Engineer to add music, consistent transitions, correct titles, text, and credits, while providing the video with an overall “look and feel” that meets the project objectives. The Film Editor may work closely with the Producer(s), Writers, and Set Designer to guide the overall effects of the film and lead the review of progress to the team during meetings. The Film Editor should be able to select the best clips and combine these with appropriate and effective special effects.

Project Duration: 1 -3 months
Estimated Time Commitment: 11-15 hours per week
Can this work be done remotely? Partially
Is this a paid opportunity? No