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Born Warriors - Opportunities for Persons with Disability in the Film Industry

  • Published: 2011-08-05 - Contact: Born Warriors
  • Synopsis: Born Warriors organization provides exciting opportunities for disabled teens and young adults that are interested in participating in the film industry.

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Born Warriors is a non-profit organization that provides exciting opportunities for disabled teens and young adults that are interested in participating in the film industry.

The organization was established by independent producer Edward Bass in 2010 and has successfully aligned numerous applicants with the likes of Disney, Universal Studios, and various independent production groups.

Born Warriors accommodates all disability circumstances and can arrange work-from-home opportunities for applicants when necessary. Born Warriors caters the experience to the applicant, giving them an unparalleled opportunity to find find their own place in production.

Born Warriors collects a database of interested applicants and communicates with each individual applicant on a personal basis.

After compiling a certain individual's circumstances, interests, and skills, Born Warriors finds work suitable to that specific person.

The jobs provided range from preproduction through post production and are dependent upon preference, circumstances, and expertise.

Some examples of work may include, but are not limited to, public relations, social media and design, film editing, production assistance, and screen writing.

Most jobs begin as internships, but these jobs help create and maintain relationships with professionals that rarely happen outside of the studio environment. The possibilities are endless.

To take advantage of this opportunity go to BornWarriors.org for information on how to participate.








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