Oversee the camera crew, be behind the camera, bring the directors vision to life! We’re looking for talented individuals that know how to bring stories to life through a camera lens but also someone that can lead the camera crew. Being a team environment here at Trigoodwyn Productions we want our cinematographers to be able to teach and guide other camera crew members during the filming process. New to the process, well attach you with experience for your first project after that you'll get an opportunity of your own. We encourage all cinematographers to use their own equipment on the film project along with the products they are comfortable with. Each project desires the right sort of equipment, cinematographers that can contribute their own equipment is a plus in helping with the project but is not necessary to get the job on a film.
Editing a film is an art, it takes a creative, patience, puzzle technician, story mastermind, to be a great editor. This is what we are looking for, anyone can put pieces of a film together and call it a day. We want artist that will take the time to find the best story possible with the footage and dialogue given to them. A lot of pressure falls on an editor of the film but here at Trigoodwyn Productions you will not face that pressure alone. We like to use what the editor is comfortable with equipment wise and we always have the director, sound manager and editor all on the same page during the filming process working as a team. We feel this is the best way to create a film, not alone but as a team. Editors that can contribute their own equipment is a plus in helping with the project but is not necessary to get the job on a film.
The head electrician, responsible for the execution (and sometimes the design) of the lighting plan for a production. Very challenging job and an important piece to creating a great film. Our films are shot everywhere (Inside, Outside, daytime, nighttime, underwater, over-water, rain, snow etc.) The challenge is that we're in need of great Gaffers that can handle the execution and planning of a film. Overseeing your team, we need a leader that can teach other up-incoming electricians of film and work as a team with the director, actors and sound mixer. Gaffer that can contribute their own equipment is a plus in helping with the project but is not necessary to get the job on a film.
Imagine your shot
CJ Goodwyn shown here filming the cast in GH5
The last stop to bring the story to life requires an art of creativity, patience and a story mastermind.