tipo de trabajo: pasantía no remunerada
donde: New York
Location: Brooklyn, New York, 11215, United States
Organization: Garfield Place Productions
Start date: September 13, 2010
Sex: All are welcome
End date: October 25, 2010
Age: Seniors (65 and over), Adults (18-64)
Area of Focus: Art, Architecture, Music, Children and Youth, Media and Journalism
Academy Award nominated social documentarians are looking for Portuguese speakers to translate rare interviews and video footage shot in Vila Alianca. No prior film experience is necessary just access to a computer with high speed internet and a video player application. If you have a desire to learn more about the filmmaking process, there will be an opportunity to become more involved as a post-production intern learning logging and assist our editor as we cut the 15 minute trailer. This is an unpaid internship with practical on the job training and potential for growth as we secure more funding. Looking for candidates who can start immediately as our deadline for the trailer is in October. While this is an unpaid position, there will be the opportunity for payment on future work when we secure additional funding. You need not be located in NY as this job can be done fully online.
Documentary film synopsis:
The rivalry of Brazil’s drug lords in the impoverished slums, known as favelas, have kept the country’s peripheral urban neighborhoods in a constant state of war. In 2008 alone, Rio de Janeiro lost over 1,000 youth under the age of 24 to violent death, many on public streets, and the drug lords wield such power that they have been known to burn buses in retaliation against the police, bringing public transportation to a halt. Out of the deeply troubled favela Vila Alianca in Rio comes the story of three adolescents trying to escape the captivating allure of the drug trade, with the help of their mentor Samuel Muniz de Araujo, or Samuca, who was once one of the most wanted criminals in the city. After serving almost ten years in the brutal Brazilian penitentiary system for kidnapping, Samuca has turned his life around to become a community leader, educator and social entrepreneur, with a god-given vision to emancipate the kids enslaved to the drug lords, and bring the plight of the favelas to the rest of the world. This feature-length documentary follows the riveting story of how Samuca strives to save young adults from the slum where he lives by teaching them to become musicians, visual artists, and entrepreneurs, at the school he founded. Over the course of one year, we follow the journey of these kids and their mentor, as they overcome the challenges of brutal street life to produce a powerful musical and artistic expression about a community rarely seen on film with such intimacy and unflinching truth.
How to Apply:
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