Washington, D.C. — On Tuesday, September 13th, DON’T STOP THE MUSIC (DSTM), in partnership with the DC
Office of Cable Television, Film, Music & Entertainment (OCTFME) will host a crew call to enlist experienced District of Columbia resident production professionals to work as crewmembers on a DSTM PBS documentary. The crew call will be held at the OCTFME agency headquarters.
As part of the District of Columbia’s “202Creates” creative economy month initiative in September, OCTFME and DSTM are looking for experienced filmmakers, producers, writers and technical media production talent to work on current and future media projects.
Don’t Stop the Music (DSTM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to revitalizing music education in America and supported by FormerPresident Bill Clinton, Sir Paul McCartney, Aretha Franklin, Harry Connick, Jr. among other notables. The DSTM project will utilize a wide range of media projects, initiatives, and special events to raise awareness about the importance of music programs in American schools; including concerts, a television documentary, and a nationwide musical instrument donation drive.
Experienced District of Columbia resident film and television creatives can submit their resumes, reels and any applicable material to Annika Young at firstname.lastname@example.org and cc: email@example.com by September 9.
ABOUT DON’T STOP THE MUSIC, INC.:
DON’T STOP THE MUSIC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to revitalizing music education in America by providing instruments, inspiration and experiences for students and educators. The DON’T STOP THE MUSIC initiative consists of a TV documentary special, a celebration concert and a series of nationwide music instrument drives that will collect, refurbish and distribute instruments to more than 250,000 students and educators in 2017.
The District of Columbia Office of Cable Television, Film, Music and Entertainment is responsible for implementing, managing, and administering programs, initiatives, and services that support media industry economic activity, growth, and employment in the District of Columbia.
Washington, D.C.’s instantly recognizable landmarks, diverse neighborhoods, cultural amenities, and first-class accommodations are just some of the many features that make the nation’s capital a venue of choice for media production.
For more information, contact the Office of Cable Television, Film, Music and Entertainment at (202) 727-6608 visit us on the web at http://film.dc.gov, join the D.C. Film community http://www.facebook.com/entertainDC, or follow us on http://twitter.com/Film_DC.