A Mile Wide is our feature documentary film in production – it examines the state of America’s modern death penalty, pulling back the curtain on the country’s most controversial punishment.
We’ve been filming for 10 months and have now hit a critical point in the film’s genesis. So we’re looking for some helping hands to join the team and work with us to take the film to the next stage.
If you’re passionate about the death penalty in particular or social justice in general, if you love using your initiative and are a self-starter and – most importantly – if you’re looking to get some real-life film production experience under your belt, read on to find out more about how you can get involved.
We’re looking for someone energetic and passionate to support our producer in all things fundraising. We’re about to embark on some pretty exciting funding drives so this is the perfect time for someone interested in independent, alternative models to jump in and gain first-hand experience.
This is currently an expenses-only role much to our disdain, we hope to able to remedy that soon! You would be working out of our office in London Bridge and we’re looking for someone able to commit at least two days a week.
If this sounds like you, email firstname.lastname@example.org with a paragraph explaining why you want to get involved.