Global Lives wants to film 24 hours in the life of a rural person somewhere in China. Want to join them?
全球生活计划 英文名字Global LivesProject (http://www.globallives.org计划于2008年9月于中国拍摄. 我们是一个非盈利教育艺术组织,与超过100个合作者于8个国家进行拍摄,我们寻找志愿于中国拍摄的志愿者。我们具体地需要以下几种类型的志愿者与组织机关.
在中国的团体与伙伴-对与大学的通信部门,博物馆,绿影生产演播室,或是其他文化团体合作感兴趣的志愿者. 中国副导演/制片-从事拍摄准备的相关工作,大约6-8个工作天. 平面摄影师-拍摄当天+运输时间,两人作业的状况,作业时间为8小时
摄影师-拍摄当天+运输时间,8-12小时的作业时间. 生产助理-于拍摄过程中协助导演/制片. 翻译-于拍摄当天配合翻译的相关工作.
我们已经募集到四名志愿者加入拍摄工作Nobuhiro Awata, Ya-Hsuan Huang, Ron Carr 和David Harris。Nobuhiro 和Ron筹画并且拍摄过GL于东京, David Harris于巴西和美国筹划并且拍摄过GL,Ron从日本带来照相摄影设备,但附加设备仍需要当地相关人员提供以及协助
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全球生活 The Global Lives Project.
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Release date: July 15, 2008
The Global Lives Project is planning a shoot in China in September 2008. We will be recording the life story and 24 hours in the life of a as-yet-to-be-selected Chinese person.
We are a nonprofit educational arts organization with more than 100 collaborators in 8 countries and we are looking for volunteers in China to participate in the project. While participation will not be remunerated, the project offers broad, worldwide exposure for collaborators’ work and the opportunity to be a part of a growing and dynamic collective of creative and socially-minded filmmakers.
We specifically need the following types of people and organizations:
Partner Institutions in China – We are looking to partner with a university’s communications department, a museum, a video production studio, or any other cultural institution interested in being involved in the shoot from start to finish, and with organizing an exhibition in the future.
China Co-director/producer – Involved in subject selection process from the beginning, making preparations for shoot on the ground. Approximately 6-8 days total of time commitment including preparations and shoot. Also involved in post-production.
Camera operator – Commitment for the day of the shoot only + transportation time. Works usually in 2-person teams for 8-hour shifts.
Photographer – Day of shoot only + transport, 8 or 12-hour shifts.
Production assistant (good position for a film student) – Providing support throughout selection process to the director/producers with preparations for shoot. Commitment to assist with post-production also helpful.
Interpreter/translator – Needed for the day of the shoot as well as for post-production.
We already have four volunteers ready to join with local collaborators to produce the shoot: Nobuhiro Awata, Ya-Hsuan Huang, Ron Carr and David Harris. Nobuhiro and Ron co-directed and did camerawork on the Tokyo GL shoot, Ya-Hsuan co-directed the Malawi shoot. David Harris co-directed and produced the GL shoots in Brazil and the US. Ron will be bringing camera equipment from Japan, though some additional equipment will be needed on-site. The shoot will take place in a to-be-determined rural area in China between September 12 and 24.
To find out more, check out our website at http://globallives.org and send an email to china [at] globallives [dot] org. Emails will be understood easily if sent in Chinese, Cantonese, English, Japanese, Portuguese or Spanish. If you can translate this email to any other language, please do and send it along freely!
Finally, for an article on GLP in Chinese, please see this post on Global Voices.
Thanks for your help!
– The Global Lives Project
Confirmed Volunteer Crew Bios:
Ron Carr is Professor and Chair of the Communications Department at Temple University Japan. Born in the US with an MFA in Film & Theater from UCLA, Ron has lived in Japan for 15 years. Before going to Japan, Ron was a writer and producer for 10 years at ABC. Ron co-directed and produced the GLP Japan shoot.
Ya-Hsuan Huang is a documentary producer, video editor, and graphic designer based in Brooklyn, New York. Ms. Huang is a graduate of Yale University and is currently a graduate student in Media Studies at the New School in New York City. Ya-Hsuan was born in Taiwan and speaks Chinese, but has lived in the US for most of her life.
Nobuhiro Awata is an experienced video producer and director, photographer and audio technician. Born and raised in Japan, Nobuhiro lived in New York City for five years and now is living in Taipei where he is studying for a degree in Computer Science.
David Evan Harris is the Executive Director of the Global Lives Project and a Research Affiliate at the Institute for the Future in Palo Alto, California. David lived in Brazil from 2004-2007 and has experience in print and video journalism work. He holds a BA from UC Berkeley and an MA in Sociology from the University of São Paulo.