Boolean Union Studios

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At the core, Boolean Union Studios consists of friends who came together to make movies. However, there are only so many of us, and so much potential work to be done.

This is where you come in. We need volunteers! If you have an applicable skill set, some free time, and a willingness to collaborate with others and take direction, you can participate in the Boolean Union process.

Unfortunately, we can't pay you. None of us makes a cent doing this. However, if you contribute in any way you will at least get your name in the credits of the completed project and in the contributors section of the website. If we like you enough, we'll call you back for future projects as part of the Boolean Union organization.

Needed skills will vary from project to project, and specific needs will be listed in this forum and on the main website. If you are interested and want to help, don't hesitate to contact us.


Contributor Guidelines for content submission can be found here.



Current Volunteer Opportunities

  • Regular Tract Dissection Contributors

Multiple contributors are required to submit commentary for upcoming Tract Dissections. Must be funny, witty and possess an eye for detail. Examples of existing dissections can be seen at the Tract Dissections page. Please refer to the Contributor Guidelines that can be found here. Full attribution will be provided.

Interested parties may apply by sending an email to and including "Dissection Volunteer" in the subject line.

  • Webcomic Staff Writer

There is an immediate opening for a Staff Writer for Boolean Union's new upcoming webcomic "Centralia." The staff writer will collaborate with the Technical Director via email, Facebook, Dropbox and Skype to produce a broad outline and on-going script dictating the webcomic's content. Full attribution will be provided. Further details are available upon application.

Interested parties may apply by sending an email to and including "Webcomic Staff Writer" in the subject line.





Last Updated: January 1, 2012