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POSTED September 25, 2018

Post Production Sound and Colorist NEEDED for Feature Film

Film Title: Brie’s Bake Off Challenge

Type: Low Budget Indie Feature Film, Length: Approx. 100 minutes

Union Status: Non-union

Genre: Family/ Children

Final Finishing Edit Dates: approx. May-July 2019, review dates TBD

Compensation: Paid 

Send resume, samples of work, and rates to bboc@themomentem.com with subject line: POSITION_NAME 

Follow on Facebook @briesbakeoffchallengemovie for updates!

**Messages through social media or other platforms will not be regarded. 

About Film:

When a 12 year old aspiring baker hears news of a Spring Bake Off Challenge happening at her school, she does everything she can to win First Place. The only thing standing in her way is long time "arch nemesis", Vanessa, who also aims for the grand prize. Who will win this battle of the cake mixes?

Brie Hayes is an aspiring baker who wishes to win her school’s Spring Bake Off Challenge. Troubles ensue when Brie’s confidence reaches an ultimate low and her “arch nemesis", Vanessa, does everything she can to slim Brie’s chances of winning. Brie’s family and her best friend Millie must help her gain perspective and practice to win. Stakes are high as these pre teens compete for the grand prize of $5,000 and for four Cosmo Land tickets. This is the ultimate baking movie for children and adults who love watching cooking and baking shows.

Camera: Arri Alexa Classic 

Tech Specs: 23.98 FPS, Apple Pro Res 4444, Full Frame, 16:9 Aspect Ratio

Edited on: Adobe Premiere Pro 


POSTED August 27, 2018

PLEASE BE AWARE OF POSSIBLE PRODUCTION ASSISTANT SCAM

The Maryland Film Office (MFO) has been contacted by some local PA's who have been approached by a person looking to hire a PA for an upcoming short film. This person says he has worked for a company in Mexico. The Mexican company has never heard of him. 

Before even meeting, this person sent a check to one of the PA's for over $5,000 saying that they should take out their salary, and the rest will be used to rent a warehouse for filming.

The MFO has e-mailed this person directly to inquire about this very, strange arrangement and has not received any response.

The MFO has contacted the Maryland State Police.  They believe this is a version of a scam that has been used in the area to defraud people.

So, if it doesn't sound right...it probably isn't. Trust your instincts.  If you are approached, please contact our office or our friends in the DC or Virginia Film Offices.



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