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Time’s Up seeks two volunteer video people

“For over 15 years the TIME’S UP! Video Collective has been documenting positive, environmental and sustainable solutions that have affected our communities. We also have been documenting negative, destructive behavior by corporations and the police.

Video documentation has been essential in our legal cases, assisting lawyers and proving points to judges and politicians. TIME’S UP! video footage has been used in many documentaries and is also vital to press outlets. The TIME’S UP! Video Collective has also produced many videos that have been distributed on websites such as TIME’S UP!, The Glass Bead Collective, Google Video and Utube and aired on the Manhattan Neighborhood Network.”

1) Video Collective Co-ordinator of Development
Do you believe in the power of video activism but don’t have a camera or know how to edit?

The TIME’S UP! Video Collective is in need of a Co-ordinator of Development. This person will administer our MNN (Manhattan Neighborhood Network) grant and assist in researching other funding opportunities to keep us going.

This is a very important position that does not require a huge amount of work, however does require a little work spread over time. The job will require attendance at our monthly meetings, which take place on the Tuesday before each critical mass bike ride as well as communication with collective members and MNN.

The position doesn’t require any particular skills…just good organizing, the ability to write clearly, and access to a computer. If you are interested, you could also learn to shoot video and edit though you don’t have to.

2) Editor
We are constantly in need of editors to edit the countless hours of footage we shoot. This is a very self-directed position- work on projects that interest you.

All levels welcome. You don’t have to be a pro.

If you are interested in helping out this very important collective please contact Sarah at yayvideo@sarahnicolephillips.com
See you at Union Square this evening.

917 685 1204
http://sarahnicolephillips.com/

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