MMVFC seeks resumes for film projects
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The Moab to Monument Valley Film Commission announced this week that it is accepting resumes from Grand and San Juan County residents who are interested in working on film projects in the region. 

Film commission director Tara Penner said she is currently seeking resumes from local workers only and will accept resumes from individuals who live outside the area at a later date.

“Residents of Utah who can work in Moab as a local (have housing here and will not require per diem) may send resumes as well,” Penner said in a news release. “They will be collected separately.”

Penner asked that those who submit resumes should “keep your resume as simple and precise as possible, only listing jobs/experience pertaining to the position you are seeking.”

Penner said she is also still accepting listings from local film workers for the film commission’s production directory. Individuals may sign up for the production directory by creating a free account online at www.filmmoab.com.

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