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03 March 2011, 09:16 AM
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Double Negative is a full-service VFX facility capable of handling projects from initial design through on-set supervision and production to post-production. All key post-production technologies are available in-house to allow for maximum flexibility. Our R&D Department is constantly developing groundbreaking software to ensure we remain at the cutting edge of global VFX.

We are currently in production on John Carter Of Mars, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and Captain America: The First Avenger.

We are looking for talented people to join our team!

Job Title: Studio Assistant

Department: Studio

Location: Singapore

Reports To: Studio Manager

Key Purpose of the Job:

To carry out all Studio duties to support smooth running of the facility. Working closely with artists and Producers to ensure the accurate and timely delivery of data into the facility, and at the end of the job to the clients in whatever format they desire.

Needs to Do

Input of digital image data. Responsible for the accurate renaming and reading of supplied data onto the facility servers, from any media such as tape, firewire and disk.

Output of digital image data. Responsible for the accurate dispatch of data to outside facilities as required.

To handle camera original film negative and accurately log the keycode data, then scan and upload the resultant files to the facility’s servers.

Administration of Studio Resources. To ensure that all studio records and databases are accurate and up to date.

Needs to Know

Essential working knowledge of computer systems, preferably Linux

Desirable to have experience of basic film and negative handling procedures, including the loading and unloading of 35mm motion picture cameras

Needs to be

Natural problem solver


Committed to achieving targets

Team oriented


Accept change

Measures of Performance

On time delivery


Continuous improvement

If you are interested please send your CV and cover letter to (

We look forward to hearing from you!

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