Streetfilms Looking for Freelancers

With an enormous number of livable
streets stories and activities on the horizon in NYC this summer,
Streetfilms will be looking for help. So if you are very good with a
camera, know transportation issues and are familiar with the current
momentum of livable streets, send us your deets! The process to apply
is here;
as you can read please do not call or e-mail Streetfilms filmmakers
directly. We will be compiling all resumes/work experience thru May
23rd and then on an as-needed basis start contacting potential freelancers for assignments. Thanks and good luck!

Job Posting – Freelancers, Streetfilms

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