Director

We want a highly trained director to look at overall responsibility for film and tv series production.

To be a director, you may lead the team to direct full-length films, short films, live or recorded television programmes, commercials and music videos. You will be able to translate writers and producers visions into cohesive, marketable, entertaining and informative programs.

Ultimately, you’ll want to cover the cost of creative decisions that guide the remainder of the team and enhance, refine and translate original ideas into finished programs.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Read scripts and develop storyboards
  • Write and edit scripts as needed
  • Satisfy the producers and prepare budget
  • Choose filming locations
  • Hire cast and crew
  • Liaise with crew about technical requirements (e.g. lighting and camera movements, sound recording requirements, set dressing, vision effects and graphics and transitions)
  • Make a carefully calculated shooting schedule ensuring deadlines and budget requirements are met
  • Guide the team ensuring all members are in sync with all the program’s requirements
  • Incorporate creative ideas to obtain the best possible visual result
  • Supervise editing to create the very last cut
  • Ensure that the final program is faithful to the main concept

Candidate Requirements:

  • Proven experience as being a director
  • Demonstrable portfolio of full-length or short films, videos or commercials
  • Solid expertise in technology and editing software programs
  • In-depth understanding of the process
  • Familiarity with camera operation, sound systems, lighting tricks and music editing
  • Ability to enjoy and motivate
  • Creativity and imagination
  • Excellent organizational and planning skills
  • Good manners and ability to barter
  • Personal time management and budget awareness
  • BSc/BA in film studies, cinematography or relevant field; further training is a bonus

Work Trial:

Mode: ( Video / Voice / In-Person)
Work trial period varies based on individual applications.
Further information will be provided once your application is assessed.