GET INVOLVED

Volunteer​



Volunteers are Sawbuck's lifeblood. Unpaid interns working for course credit and volunteers working for the experience make Sawbuck's work come alive.  At any one time at least a dozen people can be found donating their energy and expertise to one or another Sawbuck project. Our volunteers come from universities, wealthy neighborhoods, disadvantaged communities, and various professions. A deep-seated desire to make films is the one thing that unites them.



Sawbuck volunteers (a.k.a. "Sawbuckians") perform a huge range of tasks: Camera operation, lighting, grip work, sound design, editing, music composition, interview transcription, equipment management, inventory tracking, public relations, fund-raising, and myriad other activities. 

If you want to volunteer for Sawbuck Productions, please contact the Executive Director, Greg Scott, at sawbuckfilms@gmail.com.  We will find a place for you.

 

Sawbuckians need not live locally.  Our volunteers dwell in various states and could even be living in another country.  There's always a way to get work done, no matter where you live.

​​Here at Sawbuck we don't maintain any semblance of a regular work schedule.  Work hours tend to be erratic and schedules flexible.  If you've got a spare hour or two in the pre-dawn spell on a Sunday, we can find something substantial for you to work on.



One caveat: You must be 18 years or older to volunteer for Sawbuck.  If you're younger than 18, you'll need to do your volunteer work with a parent or legal guardian.



If you want to volunteer, contact us by email or fill out the form below. We'd love to hear from you!

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Sawbuckians working 72 hours straight on Cracked Quarters.

Get in touch with us...​
Greg Scott
Sawbuck Productions, Inc.
sawbuckfilms@gmail.com