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Art Dept Assistant

NFTS, Beaconsfield, 2 Weeks

Jun 14th 2019

24th May 2019
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Art Dept Assistant

We are looking for an enthusiastic art department assistant to come and improve their skills whilst helping us make a short film we can all be proud of. It will be professional throughout with truly talented crew you can learn a lot from.

Key Details:

Location: NFTS, Beaconsfield
Start Date: 14th June
Duration: Two weeks but flexible if you need to be part time - let us know what suits you!

The film follows Elisa in a remote town by the sea. Her father is ostracised by the town due to allegations of murdering his colleague while out on a fishing trip, to benefit financially. Elisa has to choose between believing her father or the town. What happens when your father is accused of a horrible crime? Do you trust him even if you’re the only one who does?

Director: Tammes Bernstein
Is a Danish filmmaker who's currently studying Directing Fiction at The National Film & Television School (NFTS) in London, UK.

He studied Advanced Filmmaking at Copenhagen Film and Photo School, and has a bachelor in creativity from The Danish School of Media and Journalism.

He has worked as a freelance director on commercials, music videos and shorts.

His graduation film from Copenhagen Film and Photo School, JAZZ (2016), won the awards for Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Short Film at BE EPIC! London International Film Festival in 2017.

Director of Photography: Adam Singodia
Adam worked as a freelance Director of Photography for five years before enrolling at the NFTS on the Cinematography MA. A background in documentaries and commercials enabled him to travel the world and develop his approach to narrative work. He has operated on television programmes such as The Great Songwriters and Nothing Like a Dame as well as shooting 2nd Unit on 24: Live Another Day, Level Up and 100 Streets. He lensed the feature length documentary Dying Laughing which premiered at the LA Film Festival in 2016. Adam’s short films have screened at a number of festivals around the worl