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Video Collective is the #1 FREE UK Film and TV job board for both video production companies and freelancers in pre-production, production and post-production. Search latest Film Jobs, TV Jobs and Video Production Jobs or post your CV to be found by employers seeking professional film crew. Whether you need freelance film crew for a shoot or are looking for a Film Production Job or TV production job, you’ve come to the right place!

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We work with some of the best Film, TV and commercial video production companies and help them hire experienced film crew, quick and easy. From freelance videographers to animators, video editors to camera operators, the Video Collective ensures you find the right freelance film crew you need for your production. Post a Job or search profiles by skills and location to contact freelancers directly. All job listings are instantly mailed out to our subscriber base to make sure you find crew instantly.

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Check out how many freelance filmmakers we've helped find Film and TV jobs and video production companies who have successfully found film crew in the last month!

  • 923 Resumes Posted
  • 305 Jobs Filled
  • 7,175 Members

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Latest Film & TV Jobs

Checkout our latest Film Jobs and TV Jobs in Manchester, London and across the UK. We have various different freelance video editor jobs, videographer jobs and film editor jobs on the site. Browse our job board for the latest opportunities.

  • Creative

    Born Social
    • Full Time
    • Posted 1 day ago
    • 17/04/2020
  • Videographer

    Born Social
    • Full Time
    • Posted 1 day ago
    • 17/04/2020
  • Compositor

    Technicolor
    • Full Time
    • Posted 1 day ago
    • 10/04/2020
  • Production Manager

    Technicolor
    • Full Time
    • Posted 1 day ago
    • 17/04/2020
  • VFX Editor

    Technicolor
    • Freelance
    • Posted 1 day ago
    • 17/04/2020
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Recent Film Crew Resumes

Do you have a new position that has opened up and you're on the lookout for a freelance video editor, film crew, camera crew, freelance videographer or freelance filmmaker? If so, you've come to the right place. Browse through our database of CVs below to find your new team member.

  • Zaak Andrews

    Videographer
    Brighton, UK
    • Videographer
    • Updated 7 hours ago
  • Yahyia Mahmoud

    Video Editor
    London, UK
    • Video Editor
    • Updated 1 day ago
  • Toby Lloyd

    Cinematographer
    London, UK
    • Cinematographer
    • Updated 5 days ago
  • Andrew Brukman

    Video Editor
    London, UK
    • Video Editor
    • Updated 6 days ago
  • Tomasz Preficz

    Videographer
    London, UK
    • Videographer
    • Updated 1 week ago
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Recent Film & Video Production Articles

Checkout our blog and stay up to date on all the latest gear, editing software, and industry news with our helpful video production articles. Video Collective is proud and pleased to offer insight into the world of cinematography, video editing, videography, motion design, color grading, and everything pre to post-production.

How to Add Transitions in Premiere Pro CC

How to Add Transitions in Premiere Pro CC

Reading Time: 3 minutes Welcome back to the third instalment of our editing series.. how to add transitions in Premiere Pro CC. In previous articles, we’ve looked at how to import and organise your footage, as well as how to edit and cut your footage on the timeline. Next, we’ll be looking at how to add some of those

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Walkie Talkie Lingo: How To Use Radios On A Film Set

Reading Time: 5 minutes In this article we look at walkie talkie lingo, radio etiquette and how they should be used correctly on a film set. Walkie talkies are a key piece of film equipment. They’re a fundamental way to communicate with the crew on set, however, there isn’t much training on how to use them. Therefore, I’ve created

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5 Tips For Script Rewriting

5 Tips On Script Rewriting For Beginners

Reading Time: 6 minutes It a phrase we all fear.. script rewriting. However almost every screenwriter will share the adage “writing is rewriting.” Certainly, we would all like to get our film script right on the first pass. Due to the amount of details involved with crafting a screenplay, script rewriting is an inevitable part of the process. Interpreting

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