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TimeLine Video, in Irvington, NY seeks Language Interpreter for Film and Video. Duties: Language consulting; detailed translation of scripts that maintain the artistic concept of original work. Translation of Cellular Provider Legal Documents from English to Spanish. Live Translation on Film Set and casting session to insure and detect the various dialects. Adapting translations into specific time parameters. Requires: BA in English, Film and Media or Theater plus 18 months of experience in Written Translation, Digital Translation, Live Translation, Interpretive Translation, Digital Editing Programs for Subtitles. The job requires flexible working hours to accommodate client requests. Must have knowledge of digital editing programs for subtitles, understanding of film and media language, knowledge of working on a film set, knowledge of casting sessions, knowledge of dialects, knowledge of adapting translations into specific time parameters, and knowledge of the artistic aspects of the field. Position requires travel to locations for translations on film sets, meetings with potential clients, and as representative of the company. $48,298/year. CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last week, you might have heard Whoopi Goldberg and Sunny Hostin of ABC’s “The View” discussing the HOLA Awards, the nation longest running active advocacy organization for Latino artists. Throughout the years, several renowned Hispanic artists have received an HOLA award, including Rita Moreno, Antonio Banderas, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Benicio del Toro.
We’re excited to announce the addition of TimeLine’s own Diego Chiri to that illustrious list. Diego received the HOLA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Direction for his work in the off-Broadway theatre production “La gran Semíramis”, which premiered at Repertorio Español earlier this year.
The news also broke on public television in Peru – Diego’s home country. In the News Show “Agenda7.3” Diego was interviewed (in Spanish) about his experience directing the play and the importance of having a platform on which Latino artists can tell stories in their own language in a city where the Hispanic community continues to grow everyday.
Here at TimeLine Video we continue with our own mission to expand our involvement with the Hispanic community, while ensuring Latino men and women are fairly and accurately represented in the media and in our work.
By Diane Cricchio, CEO/Creative Director
A feature documentary about a farmer who quits Wall Street and literally bought the farm.
Back in 2013, Tony and Pulitzer Prize Award winning producer Ken Marsolais visited TimeLine with a 5-minute screener of a yet-to-be-titled documentary about small farms. Nearly three years later, Ken Marsolais Productions has awarded TimeLine Video the post-production finishing services for the the feature documentary “The Bullish Farmer.”
Part biography part call to action, “The Bullish Farmer” tells the story of John “John Boy” Ubaldo who left his job on Wall Street to buy a farm upstate and return to grass roots agricultural practices. The film, paralleling John’s experience over the past decade, expands into the important subject of GMOs, Big Agriculture, and the various obstacles that are threatening the very nature of how and what we eat. This is a subject close to our hearts here at TimeLine, and we couldn’t be more proud to be involved with this film.
Working with a wonderful final edit by the talented Kristen Nutile, TimeLine has assembled a stellar team to to finalize the film and begin submitting to festivals. We’re excited to once again be working with Headline Sound (audio mixing & mastering), Out of the Blue (color grading), and of course our very own Adam Stroncone (VFX) and Natt McFee (sound design).
The producers, Ken Marsolais and Nancy Vick, have independently funded the film along with a few friends up until this point, and they’re currently undergoing a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to raise the necessary finishing costs. TimeLine has also been tasked with developing and running the campaign, as well as managing all social media channels for the film.
While a cut of the film has been submitted to Sundance, the producers are targeting a December 2016 completion.
TimeLine is on location at the US Open serving up a production for Triumph Modular, a construction company which built ESPN’s physical infrastructure at the tournament. Our team is on the inside, filming the lay of the land and the excitement throughout the day’s matches.
Check out our recent interview for the Westchester Business Journal website!
TimeLine President, Diane Cricchio was recently featured on Sonia Williams’ show on the Women’s Radio Network (WRNW1). They discussed inspiration, fostering creativity, and TimeLine’s origins as a creative force in the industry. Check it out here:
The TimeLine team recently appeared on The KC Armstrong Show on the Women’s Radio Network (WRNW1) . Diane, Sean & Adam discussed the building blocks of TimeLine Video and the ways that we stay motivated and keep current. Check out the full interview here.