Videographer - Bekaa
Since November 2012, the IRC Women’s Protection and Empowerment (WPE) program established five Women and Girls Community Centres and seven mobile teams in North Lebanon and the Bekaa Valley to respond to and prevent Gender Based Violence (GBV). The WPE Program aims at increasing access of women and girls to psychosocial and case management services and enable communities to identify and mitigate safety and security risks faced by women and girls. All programming is implemented using survivor-centered approaches that prioritize confidentiality, dignity, safety, and respect.
To deliver one complied video of all the Qudwa talks. The objectives of the video’s creation is to create informative and inspirational message addressed to the donor, partners, the IRC staff, and the beneficiaries addressing main WPE and UNICEF messages and demonstrating Key WPE skills.
Supported by the IRC Lebanon WPE team, the service provider will create informative and inspirational video. The duration of the final output is between 4 and 5 minutes. The Videographer will edit the video, submit draft and final versions to The IRC. The IRC reserves the unrestricted right to use the material for its own and third parties’ channels (including but not limited to media, social media, websites, and print) and may also offer the produced content free of charge to media outlets.
IRC as indicating below.
Scope of Work – WPE video
- The service provider will go through 3 rounds of feedback from the IRC WPE team before submitting final version
- The shooting of the video will be done in locations within Lebanon.
- The service provider’s fees will cover transportation and food as well.
- Gather community-based videos and images at their location.
- Ensure b-roll packages and provide them to IRC
- Capture client’s reactions
- Take wide shots of crowds
- Take shots from behind
- Take sound-bites
- Ensure the capture of contextual shots of schools and surroundings.
- The service provider set of skills:
- Ability to have access to a studio to shoot indoor rushes.
- Ability to do animation and infographics
- Ability to use 3Dmax, illustrator, Adobe premiere, ect
- Ability to ensure lighting and sound engineering when needed.
- Execute IRC’s as well as its relevant donor’s branding and communication guidelines
- Transcribe and translate the video from Arabic to English (or vice-versa)
- Submit a draft version of the video for feedback, and a final version, and the B-roll.
- Video Specifications: 16:9 Video:4K UHD (3840px 2160px)
- 16:9 Video:HD (1920px 1080px)
- Square Video: 1080 x 1080
- Guidelines will be provided
Videos production steps and preparations
- Meet with the IRC WPE Managers and Communication Manager for a brief on the project, planning, and the expected output.
- Draft a scenario of the video and share it with IRC team for review and approval.
- Potential interview with IRC staff may be included.
- The video should capture the speakers’ in-action and reflect the impact of the project.
- If needed, incorporate existing IRC B-roll material into the video.
- Include 8-10 high-resolution photos of featured interviewees for reports and print;
The videographer can purchase an external hard drive with the needed capacity to copy the material on and handover to IRC.
-First draft video to be shared with IRC:
-IRC provides feedback
-Final edits and sign-off
The total number of working days, including the editing and the rounds of feedback, is between 14 and 18 working days maximum.