Alexandria- Freelance Premiere Editor Needed- PAID

522 Productions, LLC is in need of a freelance Premiere Editor in the Old Town, Alexandria office this Wednesday/Thursday (20th/21st), and Tuesday, August 26th.

Candidate would be responsible for putting together a simple 90-second video based on storyboard and archival imagery and assets provided by client.

The preferred candidate will have a strong ability to work independently, and coordinate with our Producer. Knowledge of After Effects a plus.

Please include a link to your demo reel, and day/hourly rates.

Key Skills: 

- 2-3 years experience working with Premiere

- Ability to concept original designs

- Technical knowledge of the Post-Production process

- Work as part of a team, or complete projects independently without constant supervision

- Strong time-management skills

- Ability to adapt to changing deadlines

If you feel this position is for you, please send your resume and reel to:


Virginia Beach- On-Camera Talent Manager Needed- PAID

Studio Center Talent, the nation’s largest full service production company is looking for an on-camera talent manager to join their team in Virginia Beach.  If you’re a resourceful and positive person, with a passion for entertainment and acting management, they want to hear from YOU!

On-camera talent managers handle a variety of projects, from casting commercials to recording auditions and coordinating bookings for feature films – and everything in between!

Send your resume and cover letter to:

StudioCenterTalentManager at yahoo dot com – No phone calls, please.


Richmond- RUN seeks sound person- PAID

“RUN!”, a feature film being shot in Richmond, VA needs an outstanding sound person who can work quickly to fill in for a few days when the regular sound person cannot be on set.  Please reply with “SOUND PERSON” in the subject line (to get past spam filters), along with a REEL, RESUME, and your rates and availability to


Newport News_Casting Children_ PAID $50

Lumber Liquidators, the nation’s largest specialty retailer of hardwood flooring, is casting for 4 children to appear in both still and video images to be used in an upcoming advertising campaign in print, web, and television media.

The theme is very athletic and will convey very high excitement. For this reason, the cast must be kids who are healthy and physically fit. No actual experience is required, but children need to have huge, beautiful smiles and tons of energy. They will be asked to jump, cheer, etc.


Child 1: Male, 7-10, Caucasian, traditional/short hair

Child 2: Female, 6-10, Caucasian

Child 3: Male, 10-15, any ethnicity, traditional/short hair

Child 4: Female, 10-15, Caucasian


$50 per child

The shoot will take place in Newport News, VA during the week of September 8-12, most likely during the afternoon, so missing a few hours of school may be required.

There may be a second session requested to take place in a studio near Williamsburg in the evening of that same week (no school missed). The second session would earn an additional $50 per child.

Please respond to Jeff Hillman at Lumber Liquidators marketing department at

Send child’s information, headshot, and a full length shot (snapshot is acceptable).

Full release required from parents for advertising use in all media.


DC Premiere of Above All Else

E Street Cinema in Northwest Washington, DC is premiering John Fiege’s Above All Else.

Above All Else is an intimate portrait of a group of landowners and activists in East Texas who tried to stop construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, a 7 billion dollar project slated to carry tar sands oil from Canada to refineries on the Texas Gulf Coast. Risking financial ruin, their personal safety, and the security of their families, these unforgettable people and their stories become an exploration of the human spirit, and a window into how social change happens in America.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with John Fiege and starring members of the film.

Showtime is Wednesday August 27 at 7 pm.

Tickets can be purchased at


Slamdance On The Road

On Sunday August 24 at 1:00 p.m., Slamdance On The Road is showcasing a double feature of their award winning documentaries from their 2014 festival at the Alamo Drafthouse in Winchester, VA.

The program includes Kung Fu Elliot, a bizarre story about Elliot “White Lightning” Scott who plans on becoming Canada’s first action hero with his low budget karate epic, and Skanks, a chronicle of a group of actors staging a drag musical for a community theater in a conservative Southern city.

Audience members 17 years and older are allowed. Children 5 and older will be admitted only with a parental guardian. Children under the age of 5 are not allowed.

For more information about shows and show times, visit the website at:




Virginia (statewide) – Reality Program Seeking Haunted Locations

The paranormal reality show “R.I.P Files” is seeking haunted locations with historical relevance throughout Virginia. If you know of anything that meets these requirements send to Patricia Martin at

All help is appreciated!

Here is a description of the show from the R.I.P Files’ website:

“The R.I.P. Files features a group of paranormal investigators, who use their psychic abilities and their deep knowledge of metaphysical techniques to interact with the entities they encounter at haunted locations. These investigators encourage the spirits to share their stories in their own words through amazing EVPs and other evidence that is bridging the gap between the worlds of science and spirituality. The R.I.P. Files explores the issues of life and death that we all must face. As they learn and grow in their profession, making new discoveries that push the boundaries of paranormal research even further, the investigators also find themselves compelled to examine the effects of their activities on their own lives, on the lives of those around them, and on the spirits themselves.”


Virginia Beach – Casting Extras for Political Ad 8/15


Production company is now casting directly for extras for an upcoming political ad. Some speaking roles and some background only. Ad will shoot Friday, August 15th in Virginia Beach. They are seeking:

Women – Age 18-60
Men – Age 20-60
Kids – Age 8-10

Adults must be registered Democrats. Compensation will be $50 flat rate, extras can expect to be on set for about 1-2 hours. Exact location TBD.

Please email headshot and resume to


RICHMOND – Runners Needed for Feature Film – Paid.

“A woman finds out on her morning jog that if she stops running, she will die.”

Non-Union Feature film “RUN!” needs runners!  Some background, some featured speaking roles.  You must be able to comfortably run several miles to be considered for the speaking roles.

Please submit HEADSHOT, RESUME (WITH CONTACT INFO), and REEL to  Please put RUNNER in the subject line to get past our spam filters.

Think big!


Pitch 5 Productions Looking for Virginia Reality Show Ideas

Pitch 5 Productions, a Los Angeles-based television company that specializes in non-fiction and reality-style series for cable, is looking for unique ideas and people for their next reality TV series!

They are looking for businesses that involve some level of danger and/or excitement and feature interesting, entertaining employees and clients. Family businesses are especially of interest.

The characters for these shows are usually people with big, even slightly crazy but appealing personalities. The more flexible, compelling and fun-loving these folks are, the better.

They’re interested in seeing what people across Virginia might think are the most entertaining, eccentric and involving businesses in the Commonwealth.

Anyone with a suggestion should feel free to write the VP of development, Donovan Jacobs, at 


Skyline Indie Film Festival

Based in Winchester, VA, The Skyline Indie Film Festival features films from various genres giving independent moviemakers an outlet to showcase their work and a venue that moviegoers can enjoy.

Venues includes a free cinema trivia night hosted at the Village Market & Bistro, short films about growing up that families can enjoy, local documentaries including music and sports, as well as a filmmakers panel.

The festival runs from September 12 – 14.

For more information about show times, visit their website at




Saturday Premiere- From Grain to Growler

Check out “From Grain to Growler”, a short-form documentary chronicling the rise of Virginia craft beer. There will be craft beer there and a panel of experts from local breweries including Hardywood, Lickinghole, Starr Hill, and Legends. It premieres @ 8 at Capital Ale House at 623 E Main St E. Main in Richmond! Also check out their Website and Facebook page.


D.C. – Videographer Needed

Thanks! Plain and Simple, a West Virginia-based non-profit, needs to secure a videographer to record some speeches to be delivered by women who served on the home front during World War II and are often referred to as “Rosie the Riveters”.


The event will be at the WWII memorial on the National Mall on Sunday, August 10, starting at 10:30 am.  After the ceremony at the WWII Memorial, they would like to record oral histories from the Rosies at a nearby downtown location.


Code of Support is organizing the overall event and has permission to film it. 


Thanks! Plain and Simple can offer a $125 stipend for the event and oral history recording.  Please contact if you’re available. It is expected to take 4-5 hours of time.


Thanks! Plain and Simple is a grassroots organization collecting the stories of these women before they are lost to history.  They are developing pilot projects that any community could use to record these important stories.