Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Internships

INTERNSHIPS (Film & Television)

Successful, rapidly-growing reality tv production company with a first look deal with Telepictures and Warner Horizon seeks dev interns to start asap. Preference someone with a strong interest in non-scripted development that can work 2-3 days a week. Duties include reviewing submissions, research, various administrative tasks, and drafting treatments. Position unpaid, college credit required. Please send resumes and cover letters to whitney.beatty@judgemathistv.com. Absolutely no phone calls. 2/23

A-list Management Company in Beverly Hills seeks interns for the Lit and Comedy department. The internship is a great opportunity for anyone looking to become a manager or development executive. You will be involved in development, coverage, creating writer and exec lists, answering phones, making copies, as well as other general administrative duties. Some experience would be great. Please send resumes to litmgmtintern@gmail.com 2/23

OTMG, a music digital marketing and promotion company, seeks an intern to assist with media outreach and social network marketing. Duties include Internet research, target list and press release creation, database management, and routine office duties. Position is unpaid and candidates must be currently enrolled in an accredited academic institution. Knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, MySpace etc. is essential. Strong written/verbal/analytical skills, Mac and Microsoft Office proficient. Send resume to jobs@otmg.net 2/19

Red Hour Films is looking for qualified and eager interns. Duties will include reading scripts, answering phones, running errands and providing overall support to film/TV producers and assistants. Candidates should have experience with script coverage, have knowledge of the comedy film/TV/digital world, and be willing to learn. Unpaid position. Students only. Please email resume, cover letter and sample script coverage to Internship@redhourfilms.com 2/19

Production/Management Company in Beverly Hills seeks office intern for the spring 2010 semester to start immediately. Interviews to be held early next week, position to start on Wednesday, 2/24/10. Required availability is Wednesdays/Fridays from 9AM - 7PM. Duties will range from general office tasks to providing creative input as well as performing research on a variety of topics. Should be able to obtain school credit, possible exceptions can be made. Unpaid; mileage reimbursed. Please send cover letters and resumes as attachments to officeinterns@gmail.com 2/19

Ghost House Pictures (DRAG ME TO HELL, 30 DAYS OF NIGHT) is looking for an intern to start ASAP. Responsibilities include coverage, research, answering phones and basic office admin. Very few errands. Candidates need to be hardworking, interested in horror and eager to learn. Unpaid – MUST be for school credit. Please e-mail cover letter & resume to: ghpintern1@gmail.com 2/19

A North Hollywood based production/marketing company, seeks smart and reliable interns. Responsibilities will include basic office admin, making runs, and assisting the production and post-production team. Candidates should be hardworking, diligent, and eager to learn. Unpaid. School credit required. Please e-mail cover letter & resume to: btsinternship@gmail.com Please no attachments or phone calls. 2/19

Talent Department at a management company seeks an intern to assist with with administrative duties (filing, coverage, scheduling, etc) starting as soon as possible. This is a great environment to become involved with television, features, and comedy. Please e-mail cover letter and resume to talentmanagementintern@gmail.com. 2/19

Independent feature film Production Company, is seeking interns for immediate placement. The internship offers a tremendous opportunity to learn about the film industry, working with the producers of Walk the Line and Groundhog Day. Must be accustomed to script reading and coverage, standard office duties (phones, copying, filing, etc.). Some experience would be great. Please send resumes to pchfilm@gmail.com 2/19

Talent Agency Theatrical & Commercial Divisions seek College Interns for School Credit. Ideal for Communications/Marketing/Film & Television majors. Will work closely with Agency reps, Must have good organizational, marketing, verbal, writing skills. PC proficiency preferred. Must commit to minimum
2 days per week. Resume must be TEXT ONLY and INSIDE the email, NOT ATTACHMENT!
Please title your email "FILM/TV/COMMERCIALS AGENCY INTERN" (your name)(your city)(your phones). info@affinityartists.com 2/16

Talent Management Company with A-list clients seeks motivated intern. The best candidate must be organized with excellent computer and phone skills; have the ability to juggle varied duties in a fast-paced environment; and is looking to experience the day-to-day business of management with the ability to juggle varied duties in a fast-paced environment. This is a part-time, non-paid internship with the potential to grow, and we will be happy to provide academic credit (if requested) and referrals for a great intern. The hours are negotiable. Please email your resume with a short note to talentmgmtinern@gmail.com 2/16

Looking for full or part-time interns for busy production company with first look deal at major studio. Applicants must be bright and hardworking and should have a strong interest in feature film development. Duties include heavy reading and script coverage, some research, answering phones and organizing. Must be for college credit. Seeking candidates available to start immediately. Please send resume and cover letter to wbproductioncointern@gmail.com. 2/16

New media film distribution company is looking to fill a part-time unpaid internship. Applicant should be passionate about and have knowledge of the film industry. Successful applicant will work with company executives dealing with the following: film acquisition, business development, entertainment marketing, and operations. Applicant must be very computer literate. Send resume and cover letter detailing relevant experience to melanie@gravitasventures.com. 2/16

Boutique talent agency in Beverly Hills seeks reliable, motivated interns. Interns should be detail oriented with a passion for the entertainment industry. Some office experience preferred. Position works 1-2 days per week. Unpaid, but can offer school credit. Please e-mail resumes and cover letters to mc@dsa-agency.com 2/16

The Institute, a commercial and feature-film production company, seeks interns for the spring semester. Students must be able to receive course credit as the internship is unpaid, but does include lunch and mileage. You will be involved in development, coverage, project research, answering phones, runs, basic office management and some on-set experience. Great for aspiring directors. Applicants should be energetic, fun and proactive. Please send resumes to resumes@theinstitute.tv. 2/16
AHVA and the Remsen Bird Fund Present...?
Art@Hand: An Exploration of the New Art Making Terrain??
Digital technologies have transformed art and media production and exhibition in surprising and unanticipated ways. This 2009-2010 AHVA Remsen Bird Programming series features a cross section of prominent Los Angeles artists whose practices embody this reinvigorated sense of hybridity and invention in the digital age. A series of artist lectures combined with studio workshops will encourage students to actively interpret new technologies and notions of space in relation to politics, art and culture.

Monday March 1: Weingart 10, 1:30-2:45 PM
A conversation with animator/designer Theo Alexopolous:
Animation and Motion Graphics: Art, Design, Commerce, Consciousness

Followed by an introductory workshop in Adobe After Effects 3-4:25 PM (Limited space for workshop: RSVP to bfox@oxy.edu required)

Tuesday March 2: Johnson 200, 1:30-2:45 PM
A conversation with cinematographer and filmmaker Patti Lee:
Digital Documentaries: Technology, Ethics, and Visual Storytelling

Followed by a documentary cinematography workshop 3-4:25 PM (Limited space: RSVP to bfox@oxy.edu required)

Wednesday March 3: Weingart 1, 1:30-4:25 PM
After Effects Workshop 2 with Theo Alexopolous (Limited space: RSVP to bfox@oxy.edu required)

Wednesday March 3: Weingart 117, 4:30-5:30 PM
A conversation with LA Freewaves founder Anne Bray:
Alternative Exhibition Public Space/Virtual Space

Followed by a campus venue scouting walk 5:30-6:30 in prep for OXYFreewaves.

Thursday March 4: Weingart 10, 6-8 PM
Cinematography Workshop 2 with Patti Lee:
Digital Storytelling: Image, Light, and HD

Friday March 5: Weingart 1, 1:30-4:30 PM
After Effects Critique Sessions with Theo Alexopolous (For workshop participants only)

Friday April 23: various campus spaces, 8-10 PM
The results of the Art@Hand series will be seen on campus in the OXYFreewaves Media Festival. In cooperation with Anne Bray and LA Freewaves, Oxy Film & Media Studies students will screen programs of recent work in public space venues around campus as a part of Oxy Arts Weekend. You might be surprised where you encounter media!

GUEST BIOS:

THEO ALEXOPOULOS—digital artist, motion designer, and teacher. Having trained at USSB, VIDE in the Netherlands, and Art Center in Pasadena, Theo is an award-winning motion designer, telling stories and communicating ideas through a combination of traditional animation and digital motion graphics techniques. Theo’s short film Preparedness Now, produced in coordination with the US Geological Survey to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness is both visually arresting and chilling. The piece will be featured in National Design Triennial, Smithsonian Institution Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum in May of 2010. Theo continues to blend art, design, and social purpose in interesting fashion, working last year with Art Center ?students to help them produce public service announcements (PSAs) for the United Nations Population Fund. He is currently working with another Art Center class to help ?them create PSAs for the Pan American Health Organization. View examples of Theo’s work at: http://people.artcenter.edu/~alexopou/

ANNE BRAY—artist, nonconformist, cultural catalyst and advocate-- has been delighting, enlightening and terrorizing Los Angeles for 20 years. One of the most respected voices in new media art and social awareness, Bray has co-opted gas stations, shopping malls, movie theaters, billboards, and department stores--transforming them into showcases for art. Bray's vision exceeds even her artistic reach. She has also become a guide and instructor to a new generation of artists, teaching new genre arts at Claremont Graduate University and public art at the University of Southern California. Currently, Bray serves as Founding and Executive Director of LA FREEWAVES, a growing democracy of arts organizations, schools, libraries, cable stations, programmers and video makers. The coalition produces a major festival every 2 years, presenting attitudes, stories, facts, aesthetics and angles unseen in mass media. LAFREEWAVES continues 24/7 online at www.freewaves.org

PATTI LEE—producer and director of photography is a Los Angeles native. After earning a Bachelors Degree at UCLA's Film School, Patti began her career in the Lighting Department on movies, commercials and television shows, working with notable cinematographers such as Newton Thomas Sigel and Guillermo Navarro. Patti's cinematography credits include SOMEBODIES (BET), THE BERNIE MAC SHOW (FOX), STARTING UNDER (Warner Brothers) and BUNNY, which was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards. Patti has also shot several documentary projects, among them Sundance Channel's series BIG IDEAS FOR A SMALL PLANET and AMERICAN MULLET. Lee shot and co-directed the documentary A SMALL ACT, which premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. Read the DV.COM article on Patti at: http://www.dv.com/article/91720