Documentary on African American Photographers

Seeks Boston Interns & Volunteers

Award winning New York filmmaker, Thomas Allen Harris, (“12 Disciples of Nelson Mandela,” “That’s My Face”) will be in Boston in August to shoot segments for his upcoming documentary and multimedia outreach project on African American Photographers who use the camera lens as a tool for social change.

Harris and his team seek Interns & Volunteers to assist with videotaping, sound, photography, logging, online social media, and community/talent relations for the special event they are producing as part of the National Association of Media Arts Centers (NAMAC) biennial conference. (http://www.namac.org)


* Tuesday, August 25th

* Wednesday, August 26th

* Thursday, August 27th


* Assistant Camera: Work with cinematographer using Sony ZIU

* Assistant Sound: Monitor two (2) Wireless Mics & one (1) Boom

* Photographer: Capture production stills & behind-the-scenes activities

* Multimedia/Scanning: Scan photos and archival documents

* Community Relations: liaison to interview subjects and talent

* Production Assistant: Work with producer/director to manage set/location

* Assistant Editor: Work with producer to log and digitize footage

* Blogger: Assist producer with posting updates to Twitter, Facebook, Blog

Each Intern should be available to work at least one (1) full day.  Intern Production Credit is available to those who qualify.   If you are interested in joining our hard-working and fun-loving production team, please call – Tel:  (212) 281-6002, Email: throughalensdarkly@gmail.com. Please indicate in your response which internship category you are most interested in.

Thank you for your time and interest.  We look forward to seeing you in Boston!




  1. Great site, I will be back. Well done

  2. i am a playwright, director and producer from Africa, how can participate in the filmakers workshop? perhaps do you have any in july 2010?

  3. Sent to me by a colleague at BCU in England.
    Birmingham documentary photographer Pogus Caesar talking to Richard Lutz about his latest exhibition on South Africa, his days filming the Birmingham Bullring under construction and how his snapper-career all started in New York

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