Everyday people, a Tv documentary program to be premiered in September calls for volunteers.
Are you passionate about filmmaking, do you have an intense desire to travel and capture social, economic and cultural stories that concerns the Nigerian people, do you have an affinity for humanity and its endless experience told through the lense of a camera? Then you may apply.
-Volunteer must understand the craft of documentary filmmaking
-Volunteer must be very passionate about humanity and its diverse stories
-Volunteer must be prolific with documentary ideas fit for television consumption
-Volunteer must reside within Lagos State
-Volunteer should have a good grasp of the English language, be an avid researcher.
-Volunteer must not have a biased view or phobia as regards sexual orientation, gender, religion or ideology.
-Volunteer must be aware that this opportunity does not come with a stipend but can be a great career benefit.
-Volunteer should have a reasonable skill of video editing (This is an added advantage but not compulsory)
-Volunteer should not be more than 30 years of age.
Interested Filmmakers who want to be volunteers should forward a motivation letter clearly stating why this volunteering opportunity interests them to: