The All My Children History Project
40th Anniversary Documentary Project
Episode 1: Origins (Teaser)
Did you like what you see? The Pine Valley Bulletin is looking to launch
a documentary series of 10 minute episodes about All My Children history
in time for the 40th Anniversary of the program on January 5, 2010.
The documentary seeks to recount the controversial storylines, castings
and creative changes that brought the program to where it is today.
We are looking to you, the Pine Valley Bulletin subscribers, for help
in our efforts. Find out more about the positions we have available:
Video Editor: Play a key roll in putting together
the episodes by helping to choose photos, music, video, and sound
bits. The ideal candidate has experience with video editing, is willing
to work over email and phone, and most of all has TIME. The current
teaser is only a concept, the final look of the episodes are in your
hands.Commit to one episode at a time, or to multiple, the sky and
your availability is the limit. Script Editor: Assist in the writing and editing
of the final script and storyboard. This role will have you writing,
checking references, and most of all deciding what stories are salient
enough to include in the episodes. The ideal candidate loves to write,
has extensive knowledge of AMC storylines, knows how to properly reference
primary sources, and most of all has TIME. Research Assistant: Help scourer YouYube for interview
and show clips to be featured in the final product. Help read interviews,
books, and articles about the show, highlighting important passages.
Research Assistants can work on a single assignment basis. Be a good
writer, as there will be much to summarize. Primary Sources: Have you ever worked at AMC's studios?
Were you an actor, writer, producer, day player, or under-5 on the
show? Do you have photographs, scripts or other memorabilia that contribute
to the visual presentation? I would love the chance to interview you.
You'll get credit for your contributions, so please consider it.
Express your interest to assist in this program by emailing
Together, we can make this project a part of daytime television to be