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Cinematographer required for an New Indie Feature


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I guess this is the opportunity of a lifetime, for new cinematographers. 
My friend's production company is looking for a cinematographer for a Low Budget Indie Film, to be shot in India. It requires a Cinematographer, who doesn't have too many years of experience, since the budget is not too high. Anyone (even fresh pass-outs), who are comfortable with shooting on different formats (especially DSLRs), please write in to us. 
 
We will cover air fare to India, put you up, and also cover your fee for your work. 
 
Please write into us at (and please try and paste the urls for some work of yours):
admin@Happyhoursentertainment.com
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