The #1 Job Site Created By and For People Working In Film & TV Production
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Monday, March 30th, 2020
Created By And For People Working in Production
Synopsis of this page
We created NYC Film Crew after growing weary of posting ads on websites that weren’t specifically targeted to production people. We’ve been around over a decade and now serve twenty cities!
Unlike many other sites, we do not charge people to answer ads. Support our ethics by posting your jobs, gigs, and crew calls with us and remember to check out the crew members in your city who have posted their crew profiles on filmcrewdb.com.
Keep your credits up-to-date! We created Film Crew Database which is dedicated to promoting crew members. Create your FilmCrew Database profile. It’s free! We’ve gotten a lot of feedback from people who hire crew and they really appreciate getting a link to a Film Crew Database profile because it saves a lot of time matching people to the crew they need.
TV and film people. We’re cut from a different cloth than the nine-to-fivers, and it’s not just because it’s more often a 6 am to 2 am work day.
The people working on nycfilmcrew.com have all worked in and continue to work in TV, film production, and digital media. We get it.
It’s about finding work in the industry and finding the talent to make dreams reality. More often than not, those searches happen in one sitting on one day so we decided to create a site that reflected our reality.
This industry is bigger and more exciting than ever before…with so many new entry points. You’re going to find jobs from every facet of media throughout the entire content production process in film, television, print, radio, and online media. Whether you’re in school looking for that first internship or looking for that next cool project, our website is where more and more of you are coming to find the right fit for your amazingly diverse set of skills. On the flip side, you’re going to find the most creative people around because that’s who use nycfilmcrew to find work.
Our industry creates employers fast. The old paradigm of employee and employer are blurred for us. Our visitors are an interesting mix of both employee and employer. One day you’re looking for work, the next you’re looking for crew. We created nycfilmcrew after becoming frustrated with the options to both find great work and find great crew. Locating creative work across an ever-widening field required a site focused enough on production yet smart enough to understand the scope of our skills. When we need to crew up for projects, we grew weary of posting ads on websites that weren’t specifically targeted to production people. Your search is our search.
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but the trend with film job websites these days is to make people register or charge people just to answer ads. I’m sure they have their reasons but that’s just not something we’re interested in doing. This makes us a rarity now. I’m hoping you’ll support us by choosing to post your production jobs with us.
If you’re looking for work, don’t forget keep your credits up-to-date. To that end, we created Film Crew Database to promote crew. Create your FilmCrew Database profile on our sister site filmcrewdb.com. It’s free! We’ve gotten a lot of feedback from people who hire crew and they really appreciate getting a link to a Film Crew Database profile because it saves a lot of time matching people to the crew they need.
We’re all striving to make our dreams come true in a highly competitive environment. We rely on our contacts and our good name and we find hope for our own aspirations hearing the trials and breakthroughs of our contemporaries. When you find the work that truly inspires and feeds your creativity, there’s nothing better.
If you’ve been returning to us regularly, thank you for making this site your go-to to find the crew you trust and the work you love. If you’ve just now learned that there’s a better alternative to finding and posting production work, we hope you enjoy your stay enough to recommend us to your peers.
Do you have questions, comments, or suggestions?
We’d love to hear them.