Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Arts internship Program

The master listing of available 2010 summer internships will be available on April 28, 2010 at:

Information about the Arts Internship Program:

* A 10 week paid summer internship (40 hours/week) for 125 full-time undergraduate college students. Students are paid $350/week to work with a nonprofit arts organization within Los Angeles County. Nonprofits include various performing, presenting, and literary arts organizations, and local agencies. Interns also participate in several educational events.

* Undergraduates AND GRADUATING SENIORS may apply. Students must have completed at least one semester of college by June 2010, and be currently enrolled (full-time) in a community college or a four year university.

* Graduating seniors are eligible only if they are to complete their undergraduate degree by September 1st, 2010.

* Students must either reside in Los Angeles County or attend school in Los Angeles County

Candidates are welcome from all areas of undergraduate study and are not required to have demonstrated a previous commitment to the arts.

Various Events around LA

-- Open Projector Night, at the UCLA Hammer Museum, Tues April 6, 7:30 pm

-- Frederick Wiseman: Meat, at REDCAT, April 8, 8:30 pm

-- Gems from the Archives of Russ Harden III, at the Echo Park Film Center, Thurs, April 8, 8PM

-- Cin108 Gwanju Series, at USC, Thurs April 8th, 7:00 pm

-- CONTEMPORARY ROMANIAN CINEMA at the UCLA Film & Television Archive
April 9-19

-- FOLK NIGHT: LES BLANK MEETS 1921A, at the Echo Park Film Center,
Sat, April 10, 8 PM

-- Close-Up by Abbas Kiarostami, at Cinefamily, Sat April 10 @ 7:30pm

- Japan Film Festival Los Angeles, April 10-25

-- Los Angeles Filmforum presents JULIE MURRAY: Slight Movements, at the Egyptian Theatre, Sun April 11, 7:30 pm

-- NewTown, Los Angeles Filmforum & Cinefamily Present: Blast Phemy! #3: A Mid-week Music/Media Mashup! At Cinefamily, Wednesday, April 14, 8:00 pm

-- Underground Films & Termite Art: A Tribute to Manny Farber, at LACMA, April 16 - April 30

-- Los Angeles Filmforum presents STEPHANIE BARBER: Little Presents, at the Egyptian Theater, Sun Apr 18, 7:30 pm

-- Sharon Lockhart: Lunch Break with Exit, at REDCAT, Mon April 19, 2010, 8:30 pm

-- City of Lights, City of Angels: A Week of French Film Premieres in Hollywood, April 19-25

-- Avant-Game: Video game-based experimental short films, at UCLA Melnitz Movies, Tues Apr 20, 7:30 pm

-- The 11th Annual Polish Film Festival, April 20 - May 2

-- The Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles, April 20 - 25

-- BARAKA in 70mm, at the American Cinematheque at the Aero, Thurs, April 22, 7:30 PM

-- INTERSECTIONS: POETRY/FILM, The UCLA Film & Television Archive, in association with Los Angeles Filmforum, Sat, April 24, 7:30 pm and Sun April 25, 7:00 pm

-- South-East European Film Festival, April 29-May 3

Hammer Screenings
Open Projector Night
At the UCLA Hammer Museum
Tuesday April 6, 7:30 pm

MCs: The Sklar Brothers More showdown than showcase, the Hammer's previous Open Projector Nights have delighted and confounded rowdy audiences. Whether roughly hewn or pristinely polished, films and videos of all genres have garnered praise and wrath alike. Will yours earn a fantastic prize, or will it be voted off? Not for the thin-skinned! Films under 10 minutes only. Free popcorn and cash bar. Submissions begin at 7PM and are first come, first served.

Films under 10 minutes only. Free popcorn and cash bar! Submissions begin at 7PM and are first come, first served.

Accepted media formats:
Mini DV & Mini HDV
Super 8mm, 8mm, and 16mm film

About the MCs:
Comedian identical twins Jason and Randy Sklar have appeared in television shows such as Entourage, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Law & Order, and VH1's I Love the 80s. They formerly hosted the show Cheap Seats on ESPN Classic, which came to an end in 2006 after four seasons. They currently write and appear in a comedic segment called "The Bracket" on ESPN's SportsCenter.

ALL HAMMER PUBLIC PROGRAMS ARE FREE. Seating is on a first come, first served basis. Hammer members receive priority seating, subject to availability. Reservations not accepted, RSVPs not required.

Parking is available under the museum for $3 after 6:00p.m.
Frederick Wiseman: Meat
April 8, 2010, 8:30 pm

Presented in partnership with the USC Roski School of Fine Arts MFA Program

Award-winning documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman has created a body of work that offers a grand panorama of American life, studying human and institutional behavior in all their contradictory and unpredictable manifestations. In Meat (1976), Wiseman tracks the workings of a highly automated packing plant, illustrating important points and problems in the production, transportation, logistics, equipment design and labor management that turns cattle and sheep into consumer goods.

The evening will be introduced by Josh Siegel, The Museum of Modern Art's Associate Curator in the Department of Film. Siegel has organized more then eighty exhibitions, including The Lodz Film School of Poland: 50 Years; To Save and Project: The MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation; and retrospectives devoted to artists/filmmakers including Jeanne Moreau, Nicholas Ray, Oskar Fischinger, Ken Jacobs, John Frankenheimer, Errol Morris, and the current, 2010 focus on the films of Frederick Wiseman.

Thursday, April 8 - 8PM
Echo Park Film Center
1200 N Alvarado St. (@ Sunset Blvd.) Los Angeles, CA. 90026 | (213) 484 - 8846 |

Film collector Russell Harnden is back with another screening of GEMS FROM THE ARCHIVES, a film series devoted to obscure and outdated ephemeral films drawn from his personal collection of cartoons, educational, and industrial films. A sampling of these wonderful films from the 40's, 50's, and 60's will be pulled from the vault and screened during an evening that's sure to stimulate your mind and make you chuckle at the same time. Join us and watch as an entire community tries to "get along" underground (`OCCUPYING A PUBLIC SHELTER"), a kid with an attitude searches for gainful employment ("HOW TO KEEP A JOB"), and you'll be amazed at how the future of telecommunications is boldly predicted ("TALKING OF TOMORROW"). There will be many more great titles as well. Taken VERY seriously when these films were made, today they now serve as campy, nostalgic reminders of a simpler time. So be sure to join us for a fun and "educational" evening! COLLECTOR RUSS HARNDEN IN ATTENDANCE!

Cin108 Gwanju Series Continues April 8th, 7:00 pm
Cinematheque 108
USC School of Cinematic Arts

This is just a friendly reminder that Cinematheque108 will continue this Thursday, April 8th at 7:00 pm with a screening of The Old Garden (2006), the third installment of a series of four Korean films dealing with the Gwanju Massacre. As always, the screenings are free and open to the public, and take place in SCA 108.
at the UCLA Film & Television Archive
April 9-19

A popular Romanian joke compares the Romanian pessimist who moans, "Things couldn't possibly get worse," with the optimist who insists, "Yes, they can!" The witticism pithily evokes characteristic ironies of the country's recent cinema. Fueled by a powerhouse of young talents who came of age during and after the Revolution of 1989, recent Romanian film, lauded for its austerity, dark humor and engagement with the Communist past, has garnered numerous top prizes at international festivals while at home, a paucity of movie screens and a glut of foreign films stall the development of a domestic audience for Romanian film. But the country's international success against such odds is as dramatic as the films themselves, bespeaking a compelling fervor for cinema that is evident in this selection of recent festival favorites.

IN PERSON: Filmmakers Ioana Uricaru (April 2), Nae Caranfil (April 11) and actor Jamie Elman (April 18). Friday April 9 2010, 7:30PM

(2007, Romania/Germany/Luxembourg) Directed by Alexandru Solomon and Catalin Cristutiu
(2005, Germany/Romania) Directed by Florin Iepan

Sunday April 11 2010, 7:00PM*
(2007, Romania) Directed by Nae Caranfil

Friday April 16 2010, 7:30PM
(2008, Romania/Germany) Directed by Thomas Ciulei
(2008, Romania/Spain) Directed by Andrei Dascalescu

Sunday April 18 2010, 7:00PM*
(2007, Romania) Directed by Cristian Nemescu

Monday April 19 2010, 7:30PM
(2007, Romania) Directed by Cristian Mungiu
Saturday, April 10 - 8 PM
Echo Park Film Center
1200 N Alvarado St. (@ Sunset Blvd.) Los Angeles, CA. 90026 | (213) 484 - 8846 |

Join us for a very special evening as we rummage through the archive to bring you a double header of experimental folk music and films. Our journey will travel through the depths of Centerville, Texas to the heart of Los Angeles in 1967, exploring strange portraits of American musicians, moments of joyful discoveries, and stories about the blues. Come for short films by Les Blank (Gap Toothed Women, Garlic Is As Good As Ten Mothers) and stay for the music, with a live set from The 1921A, featuring a screaming banjo and songs inspired by the old that sound nothing but the new. Not to be missed!

Close-Up dir by Abbas Kiarostami
Saturday April 10 @ 7:30pm
611 N Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, 90036 / 323-655-2510

If a documentary that relies on recreation goes beyond just recreating -- then what exactly is Close-Up? Famed Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami attempts to solve this mystery with remarkable precision, and yet tantalizingly raises more questions than answers with this unique and fascinating film. The stranger-than-fiction narrative follows a lowly grifter who cons an entire family into thinking he's Mohsen Makhmalbaf (another famous director); after he cheats them out of the "budget for his next film", he lands in jail and catches the attention of Kiarostami, who appears in the film as himself to recreate the true story -- using the real people whom it happened to. Cast in the finespun neo-realism that has garnered Kiarostami such international reverence, Close-Up's dizzying layers of meta manage to make the film also be its own making-of, guiding the viewer through all the mirrored, tortured chambers of a soul caught by cinema. We proudly present Close-Up in a brand-new restored 35mm print!

Dir. Abbas Kiarostami, 1990, 35mm, 100 min.
Japan Film Festival Los Angeles
April 10-25
Los Angeles Filmforum presents JULIE MURRAY: Slight Movements
Sunday April 11, 2010, 7:30 pm
At the Egyptian Theatre, 6712 Hollywood Blvd. at Las Palmas, Los Angeles

Advance Tickets available at:

One of the highlights of 2004 for us was our evening with Julie Murray, thrilling us with the delicate experiments and natural wonders of her films and videos, astonishing at every turn. They sustain with a meticulous interweaving of found and original footage and dynamic cinematic manipulations. And then she charms the hell out of us with her expertise and Irish brogue. Filmforum is delighted to host again one of the finest filmmakers of today.

Special Thanks to Cal Arts and REDCAT for making this screening possible.
Program subject to slight changes, like those of a slime mold moving or ice melting.

DETROIT PARK (2004, digital video, 6 mins)
UNTITLED (light) (2002, 16mm, sound, color, 4.5 mins)
Fl.Oz (2003, 16mm, silent, 7 min.)
ELEMENTS (2008, 16mm, sound, 7 mins)
YSBRYD (2008, digital video, 8 mins)
Sublimation: Warm Cool (1970s, 10 min)
MICROMOTH. (2000, 16mm, sound, 6 mins. )
CONSCIOUS (1993, 16mm, silent, 9 mins)
DELIQUIUM (2004, 16mm, sound, 15 mins (but represents 8oo years))
Wednesday, April 14, 8:00 pm

NewTown, Los Angeles Filmforum & Cinefamily Present:
Blast Phemy! #3
A Mid-week Music/Media Mashup!

At Cinefamily . 611 N. Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles
Phone: 323-655-2510

Featuring Three Incredible Musical and Media Performances for your Listening and Viewing Pleasure!
Rick Bahto, multi-projector 8mm & Luciano Chessa, composer/performer
Eve Beglarian, composer & Anne Bray, video & harpist, Susie Allen
Jim Ovelmen, animation and banjo

Tickets $13 general; $9 for Cinefamily, Filmforum, and NewTown members.
Advance purchase recommended, available at:

Our third show in the ongoing Blast Phemy! series features outstanding musical soloists performing new, cutting-edge works seamlessly melded with a spectrum of media styles, including video montage, 3D animation and multi-projector 8mm film! We've got a collaboration between 8mm gunslinger Rick Bahto (who's exhibited at venues like MoMA, the San Francisco Cinematheque and Director's Lounge in Berlin) and composer/performer Luciano Chessa (who's an expert at both the Vietnamese dan bau and the musical saw.) Another of the evening's collaborations is a meeting of the minds between video artist Anne Bray and postminimalist composer Eve Beglarian, with a live performance by harpist Susie Allen -- and finally, we also have a live collision between animation and banjo(!), delivered by psychedelic specialist Jim Ovelmen.

Underground Films & Termite Art: A Tribute to Manny Farber
April 16 - April 30

LACMA pays tribute to painter, carpenter, professor and critic Manny Farber (1917-2008) with a film series honoring his eclectic, all-inclusive taste. From his start in the '40s at The New Republic and The Nation onto a short stint in Time replacing James Agee and columns in magazines ranging from men's monthly Cavalier to Artforum, Farber wrote on film with unprecedented verve. His language was just as vividly figurative-In Cold Blood is "slablike" while Lee Marvin has a "Planter's Peanut head" in Point Blank-as his observations were unconventional. Perhaps his best-known piece of writing, 1962's "White Elephant Art vs. Termite Art," finds him praising film work with "no ambitions towards gilt culture" and defined by "forward eating [of] its own boundaries... [It] leaves nothing in its path other than the sins of eager, industrious, unkempt activity."

Of course Farber himself was likely the greatest of these termite artists. His cinematic interests ranged from the unpretentious pictures of "male action" directors like Raoul Walsh, Howard Hawks, Anthony Mann, and William Wellman (singled out by Farber long before they became fodder for auteur theories in Paris and London) to North American experimental film (Warhol, Snow), European art cinema (Jean-Luc Godard, Marguerite Duras, Werner Herzog) and all sorts of ephemera in between.

Though he stopped publishing works on film in the late 1970s-much of it collected in the influential anthology Negative Space (first published in 1971, expanded in 1998)-he continued producing and exhibiting works of art-with one-man shows at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and Larry Gagosian Gallery-and teaching as part of the Visual Arts faculty at the University of California San Diego. With his complete, published film writings finally available in an impressive Library of America volume and this five-night, six-decade-spanning retrospective, Manny Farber is out from the underground.

Especially note April 17, 5:00, with Michael Snow's WAVELENGTH; Hold me while I'm Naked 1966/color/15 min./16mm | Dir: George Kuchar; A Corner in Wheat 1909/b&w/16 min./16mm | Dir: D.W. Griffith; In the Street 1948/b&w/16 min./16mm | Dir: James Agee, Helen Levitt, Janice Loeb

April 16 7:30 PM Me and My Gal
April 16 9:10 PM Band of Outsiders
April 17 5:00 PM Wavelength
April 17 7:30 PM A Tribute to Manny Farber
April 17 9:00 PM Routine Pleasures
April 23 7:30 PM Christmas in July
April 23 8:45 PM The Exterminating Angel
April 24 5:00 PM India Song
April 24 7:30 PM Scarface
April 24 9:15 PM The Mystery of Kaspar Hauser (aka Every Man for Himself and God Against All)
April 30 7:30 PM Voyage to Italy
April 30 9:15 PM On Dangerous Ground
Sunday April 18, 2010, 7:30 pm

Los Angeles Filmforum presents Stephanie Barber: Little Presents
At the Egyptian Theatre, 6712 Hollywood Blvd. at Las Palmas, Los Angeles

Laden and light, with ideas and technology and analogy and analogue essences, whimsical manipulations of time and text, suffused with the emotional heft needed for these heart-wrenching, media mad times, the works of Stephanie Barber are among the most unique and delightful being produced these days. We've lucky to have her in Los Angeles for a night of a West Coast jaunt from Baltimore. Don't miss this rare opportunity to explore these films and converse with the artist about them. or let them play in your dreams for the weeks to follow.

Tickets: $10 general; $6 students/seniors with ID; free for Filmforum members
Advance tickets at:

"Stephanie Barber . . . has one of the most original visions to emerge recently from the diverse experimental film scene. Deceptively simple at first, her work is unique in the way it alters and even suspends time." - The Chicago Reader

"[Stephanie Barber's films] can feel like highly formal exercises in film language made by a profoundly restless mind, playing image and sound off each other and forcing you to locate implied meanings on your own. Others are both silly and oddly engaging, involving puppets mundanely discussing pressing metaphysical concerns. And others calmly and almost imperceptibly sweep you up in the genuine breadth of their emotional wake." - Bret McCabe at The Baltimore City Paper

flower, the boy, the librarian (1996, 16mm, 6 min.)
they invented machines (1997 16mm 7 min)
shipfilm (1998, 16mm, 3 min.)
metronome (1997, 16mm, 8 min.)
letters, notes (1997, 16mm, 6 min.)
little present (for my friend columbus the explorer) (1999, 16mm, 3 min.)
total power, dead dead dead (2005, 16mm, 3 min)
catalog (2005, 16 mm, 11 min.)

dwarfs the sea (2007, dv, 7 min)
the visit and the play (2008, mini dv, 8 min)
the inversion, transcription, evening track and attractor (2008, mini dv, 13 min)
to the horse dream of arms (2010, DV, 5 min)

Stephanie Barber is a multi media artist who creates meticulously crafted, odd and imaginative writing, films and videos as well as performance pieces which incorporate music, literature and video. She has had numerous screenings of her film and video work including solo shows at MoMA, NY, Anthology Film Archives, San Francisco's Yerba Buena Center, Chicago Filmmakers, Bio Penrepo Prague, Close-Up Video, London and The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. Her films and videos have also been included in screenings at The New York Film Festival, Film Festival Rotterdam, The Cinematheque Francaise, The London International Film Festival, The Whitney Museum of American Art, Proekt Fabrika and the State Contemporary Art Centre (both in Moscow), The San Francisco Museum of Contemporary Art and The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art among others.

Her performances have been featured at the Baltimore Museum of Art, The Milwaukee Museum of Art, The Haggerty Museum of Art and galleries and artspaces around the world. Her most recent video/performance piece, in the jungle, premiered in May 2009 at The Stone, NYC, and has recently screened at Los Solos in Baltimore in Chicago for the closing night of the Chicago Underground Film Festival and will screen at the San Francisco Cinematheque and DC Center for the Arts in the spring of 2010.

For the screenings at the Egyptian Theater:
Parking is now easiest at the Hollywood & Highland complex. Bring your ticket for validation. Parking is $2 for 4 hours with validation. Enter that complex on Highland or Hollywood. The theater is 1.5 blocks east.

April 19, 2010, 8:30 pm
Sharon Lockhart: Lunch Break with Exit
Los Angeles theatrical premieres

"Lunch Break and Exit will remain not only as a high point in the history of experimental film, but a significant moment in the representation of American labor." Senses of Cinema

In her new series on the state of American labor, artist and filmmaker Sharon Lockhart turns her meditative gaze to workers at the Bath Iron Works shipyard in Maine. Lunch Break (2008, 80 min., HD) revisits cinema's second-greatest invention after the close-up: the tracking shot. In one long, sensuous, uninterrupted take, the film moves through a factory corridor where workers linger while on their lunch break. The camera "tracks down," literally, the minute, humble signs of humanity, captured at such a quotidian level that the viewer cannot help but be moved to the core. In the confines of an industrial setting, imperfect bodies unfold as sculptures in time as Lockhart's evocative soundscape, designed with filmmaker James Benning and composer Becky Allen, extends from the drone of machinery to Led Zeppelin. Lunch Break is followed by the companion film Exit (2008, 41 min., HD), in which Lockhart reverses the gaze, with a fixed camera and a nod to Lumière.

In person: Sharon Lockhart
City of Lights, City of Angels
A Week of French Film Premieres in Hollywood
April 19-25
Tuesday April 20, 2010, 7:30 pm

UCLA Melnitz Movies, Los Angeles Filmforum, and UCLA's Ludus present
Avant-Game: Video game-based experimental short films

Melnitz Movies, Los Angeles Filmforum, and the student gaming organization Ludus proudly present a program of video game based experimental shorts. Expanding the boundaries of machinima, each of these works appropriates content from a game such as Grand Theft Auto, World of Warcraft, or Tomb Raider and re-contextualizes it, commenting on issues of gender or militarism, identity or representation. (Machinima is the use of real-time three-dimensional (3-D) graphics rendering engines to generate computer animation. - wikipedia)

Alternately playful and contemplative, these pieces collectively illustrate the ever-growing diversity of possibilities created by this still-young source of found footage.

What: Melnitz Movies presents Avant-game
When: Tuesday, April 20, 7:30 pm
Where: The James Bridges Theater, Melnitz Hall, UCLA

FREE tickets are available at the Melnitz box office the day of the screening one hour before show time and are given out on a first come, first serve basis, one ticket per person.

Films to be screened:
The Game by Tasman Richardson (2007, DVCam, 4 min)
She Puppet by Peggy Ahwesh (2001, VHS, 15 min)
Stranger Comes to Town by Jacqueline Goss (2007, betaSP, 28 min)
Driven by Scott Stark (2005, miniDV, 10 min)
windshield baby gameboy movie by Clint Enns (2009, DVCam, 2 min)
And We All Shine On by Michael Robinson (2006, 16mm, 7 min)
Last Days in a Lonely Place by Phil Solomon (2007, DVCam, 22 min)
Total running time: 88 minutes
The 11th Annual Polish Film Festival
April 20 - May 2
The Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles
April 20 - 25
Earth Day 70mm Print! BARAKA
Thursday, April 22 - 7:30 PM
American Cinematheque at the Aero
1328 Montana Avenue at 14th Street in Santa Monica

Earth Day 70mm Print! BARAKA, 1992, Magidson Films, 96 min. Inspired by the Sufi word meaning "breath of life," BARAKA is a mind-expanding, spiritual journey around the globe -- shot in 24 countries on five continents -- from director-cinematographer Ron Fricke (who photographed the earlier KOYAANISQATSI) and producer Mark Magidson (the Imax film CHRONOS). Filmed entirely without dialogue in a stunning cascade of crystalline, time-lapse 70mm images, BARAKA is quite simply breathtaking. Trailer Discussion following with producer Mark Magidson and director Ron Fricke (schedule permitting)

Saturday, April 24, 7:30 pm and Sunday April 25, 7:00 pm

The UCLA Film & Television Archive, in association with Los Angeles Filmforum, presents

At the UCLA Film & Television Archive, the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum
10899 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90024

Innovative filmmakers searching for new cinematic forms have frequently turned to poetry as a source of inspiration and to poets themselves as collaborators. In the 1960s and 70s, in particular, especially with respect to the Beat poets, it became clear that poetry and avant-garde film, both together and in parallel, had achieved a major evolution of visual and written language which continues to fuel popular and artistic culture today. As the UCLA campus welcomes the 2010 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, the Archive presents two nights of films exploring the intersection of mid-century poets and filmmakers and the casual, humorous and often rigorous cross-pollinization between these artists of the page and screen.

Filmforum members can get two tickets for the price of one to either of these screenings, only available at the door, not in advance.

Tickets $10
Advance purchase and full notes:

Program curated by Timoleon Wilkins.


DIR: Shirley Clarke.

Preceded by
(1974-1980, 16mm, color, 40 min.)
DIR: John Luther Schofill.


VISIONS OF A CITY (1957-1978, 16mm, b/w, 8 min.)
DIR: Larry Jordan.

ADVENTURES OF JIMMY (1950, 16mm, b/w, 11 min.)
DIR: James Broughton

THE WATER CIRCLE (1975, 16mm, color, 3 min.)
DIR: James Broughton

IN BETWEEN (1955, 16mm, color, 10 min.)
DIR: Stan Brakhage

KINO DA! (1981, 16mm, b/w, 4 min.)
DIR: Henry Hills

NOTES ON THE PORT OF ST FRANCIS (1952, 16mm, b/w, 22 min.)
DIR: Frank Stauffacher

GEOGRAPHY OF THE BODY (1943, 16mm, b/w, 7 min.)
DIR: Willard Maas

The Museum is located at the northeast corner of Westwood and Wilshire Boulevards in Westwood Village, 3 blocks east of the 405 freeway's Wilshire Boulevard exit.

Parking at the Museum is $3; entrance on Westwood Blvd.
South-East European Film Festival
April 29-May 3

Monday, April 5, 2010

Call for Getty Interns

FREEWAVES is offering two paid internships for undergraduates this
summer through generous support from The Getty Grant Program.

FREEWAVES Multicultural Undergraduate Summer Internships 2010 are for 2 positions, Web Intern and Marketing Intern, both for 10-weeks, full-time, $3,500 gross salary in Hollywood. In accordance with The Getty Grant Program, candidates must be: Members of underrepresented groups, particularly individuals of African American, Asian, Latino/Hispanic, Native American, and Pacific Islander descent.

Currently enrolled as undergraduates, who will have completed at least one semester of college by June 2010, and will not graduate before September 2010; Residents of or attending college in Los Angeles County. Students
who have previously served as Interns for this program more than twice are
not eligible for this internship.

Overview: From early June through August 2010, The Getty Multicultural Undergraduate Interns will undertake a variety of tasks, all entailing a high degree of computer literacy and communications competency. All of the tasks will be part of Freewaves long time initiative to disseminate the new media arts.

Location: Both internships are located at Freewaves' office at LACE (6522 Hollywood Blvd in Hollywood CA)

Marketing Intern
Marketing Intern Responsibilities:
Provides promotional support for 2010 events, 20th anniversary book/dvd launch, DIY Video Fest initiative, and new web site.

Video program at LACMA (June 26)
- assist with marketing implementation Book/dvd project
- assist with implementation & develop new marketing ideas DIY Video Fest initiative
- outreach to student demographic Video component at Glow (September 25)
- assist development of marketing plan Online marketing and optimization of Freewaves' new web site (in conjunction with web intern).

Requirements for Administrative Intern:
- Good writing skills
- Detail oriented, accurate, and thorough.
- Knowledge of media arts preferable.
- Good computer skills (will need to use/learn Word, FileMaker, Photoshop and the internet, including social media).
- Ability to work in a small, busy office with concentration.
- Ability to work independently.

Web Intern
Web Intern Responsibilities: Projects relate to both to the Freewaves web site (launching late spring/early summer) as well as enhancements planned for the future:
- Assist adding new content (videos to the back-end database), including compressing artist videos and preparing screen shots
- Work with Freewaves staff, technical advisors, programmer and
designer to develop enhanced site pages and perform technical troubleshooting.
- Assist with site optimization.
- Produce written and visual materials for web site and related marketing efforts.
- General database maintenance.

Requirements for Web Intern:
- Knowledge of html, Dreamweaver and Flash preferred.
- Ability to code highly desirable though not required. (Java, Javascript, My SQL and/or PHP).
- Good writing and communication skills.
- Ability to work diplomatically in a team environment (in meetings, via email and on the phone).
- Detail oriented, accurate, and thorough including ability to troubleshoot own work for errors and functionality.
- Knowledge of media arts preferable.
- Knowledge of both Mac and PC environments required.
- Ability to work independently.

Freewaves strives to offer summer interns practical work experience and a range of assignments. Interns will be trained by and work under the supervision of Freewaves Director Anne Bray and Assistant Director Heidi Zeller. In past years, Freewaves interns have developed skills in numerous software programs including:
- Filemaker
- Dreamweaver/HTML
- Excel and Word (advanced features)
- Photoshop
- Illustrator
- Video compression programs

How to Apply for this Internship:
First familiarize yourself with Freewaves' programs through its web
k&j=31 4968165&u=3529212). If the site and Freewaves interests you, forward a resume and a cover letter explaining reasons for interest and addressing how you meet the eligibility guidelines for the internship set by the Getty. If you are applying for the web internship, please send us URLs of your work (sites you've designed or worked on). We will be interviewing in late April/early May, and will contact you for an appointment if we are interested.

Email your application materials to:
Heidi Zeller, Assistant Director, at
By Friday, April 23, 2010.

INTERNSHIPS (Film & Television)

Red Hour Films (ZOOLANDER, DODGEBALL, TROPIC THUNDER) 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. Please email resume, cover letter and sample script coverage to 4/2

Peter Greenberg Worldwide is seeking unpaid research interns for its small but busy Studio City office. Peter Greenberg Worldwide is the production company of Peter Greenberg, the Travel Editor for CBS’s The Early Show. He is the author of several New York Times best-selling books, and the travel-editor-at-large for AARP magazine. Peter also hosts a syndicated weekly radio show and runs a travel Web site. 4/2

The Mark Gordon Company (2012, Day After Tomorrow, Saving Private Ryan, Speed, "Grey's Anatomy," "Criminal Minds") seeks sharp interns passionate about film and TV and eager to learn. Excellent analytical reading and writing skills necessary, as coverage is expected regularly. We recognize and reward talent and give our interns a lot of opportunities for creative input. A fun, family-like work environment. Car required. Hours are preferably at least a couple full days a week. Interviewing ASAP. Email cover letters & resumes to Samantha at 4/2

Sander/Moses Productions is currently seeking highly qualified TV development and digital media interns for the spring term. Students will gain valuable exposure to a variety of facets of the entertainment industry and will be a critical part of a production company with shows in development and production at television networks and media outlets (digital, unscripted, scripted). Candidates must possess resourcefulness, a strong work ethic, and a positive attitude. Applicants must have reliable transportation and be able to receive college credit from an accredited, undergraduate college/university. Knowledge of Word, Excel, Photoshop , Flash, PHP, XML and Final Cut welcome but not necessary. Please send resumes to 4/2

Kopelson Entertainment, the production company behind 27 films including SE7EN, PLATOON, and THE FUGITIVE, is seeking interns for the upcoming summer. Great opportunity to learn in a fast-paced, open-door environment. General office support with chance to cover scripts, meet with executives, give feedback on projects in development, etc. Applicants must commit to 3 days a week minimum. Exciting tentpole projects in development. Please e-mail resumes to 4/2

Commercial & feature film director with full development slate, is looking for creative and self-motivating interns. This exciting position will expose you to all of aspects of the business and will include coverage of scripts and manuscripts, script notes, research, visual presentations, and general office assistance. Experience with Final Cut, Photoshop (or equivalent software). Looking for afternoons or 2.5 days (are flexible) and to start asap. Send resumes to: 4/2

Traction Media is an independent production company and producer's rep whose credits include the Oscar nominated HALF NELSON, HARD CANDY, & the recent foreign language Oscar winner THE SECRET IN THEIR EYES. Unpaid, but creditable internship. Candidates will perform office duties, read scripts, write coverage, screen films, & help track projects- Multiple day commitment preferred. Enrolled students only. Contact: 4/2

Maya Entertainment is looking for dedicated individuals who want to become the next Maya Entertainment online marketing account executives. As a Maya Entertainment online marketing account executive you will have the opportunity to lead the discussion about our films on the most popular social networking sites ( e.g facebook, myspace, twitter). Your daily task will include populating our social media pages, researching new platforms, and conducting online editorial outreach. We require a commitment of 20 hours per week. Please email resumes to : 4/2

Development Interns needed at Gale Anne Hurd’s Valhalla Motion Pictures (credits include PUNISHER WAR ZONE, INCREDIBLE HULK, ARMAGEDDON, TERMINATOR 1 & 2, ALIENS, and the upcoming adaptation of the acclaimed graphic novel THE WALKING DEAD with AMC and Frank Darabont, among many others). Duties include script reading/analysis, coverage and research on active projects, as well as general administrative tasks such as phones, filing and limited messenger runs. College credit preferred but not required. Applicants must be available for at least two full days a week. Looking for people that can start ASAP, as well as this Summer. We strive to make the internship the best learning experience possible. Send resumes to 3/30

Boutique Management Company is looking for Summer Interns. Duties include covering the phones, helping with submissions, scheduling, and light office duties. Candidates should possess strong communication skills, a great attitude, and the ability to multi-task. These are non-paying, part time (or full time) internships, for school credit. This is a great opportunity to learn about the entertainment industry! Please send resumes to 3/30

High Noon Entertainment/LA: Major TV prod. co. seeks enthusiastic students w/ passion for reality TV development. Semester-long, unpaid, for credit internship. Send resume & cover letter to 3/30

E1 Entertainment (Hung, Rookie Blue, The Bridge, Haven) is looking for hard working enthusiastic interns. Duties include script reading, writing coverage, and light assistant work. This is excellent hands on experience for those who are looking to learn television development and production in a friendly environment. Internship is unpaid. Must be eligible for school credit and work a minimum of two days a week. Send resumes/cover letters to 3/30

ABC Family show seeks driven, outgoing, and reliable full-time intern. Duties include: contributing to show bible and episode synopses, observing on-set, and assisting with menial office management tasks. Great opportunity to learn all aspects of TV. Internship is unpaid. School credit only - do not apply if you are not a student. Offices in Santa Clarita. Looking to start ASAP. Please send resumes and cover letters to 3/30

Seeking part-time LA-intern interested in commercial production and possibly wanting class credit versus payment. Work closely with Staff Production Supervisor and Head of Production on pre-producing jobs being bid. Includes: holding crew, bid research, organization tasks. Candidate must be resilient, good at multi-tasking, prioritizing, problem-solving. Mac and Excel experience and laptop required. Applicants should apply if they are interested in production, not post-production, directing, writing, art dept etc. Email Resumes to (LA applicants only): 3/30

River Road Entertainment (INTO THE WILD, BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN, THE RUNAWAYS, THE TREE OF LIFE) is seeking reliable, enthusiastic interns. Responsibilities include: script coverage, projects (writer/director lists, research), and administrative support (phones, copies). Contribute in creative meetings, and learn the development process firsthand. Candidates should have strong interest in feature film development, superior writing skills, and great taste! Send resume, cover letter and coverage samples (if available) to 3/26

C/P Productions is a small independent feature film and television production company. Job Qualifications: Desire to work in script development and producing. Writing skills a plus. Need to own vehicle. Develop personal relationships with producers and creative executives. Duties include writing script coverage, research, phones, and standard office work. Occasional errands. Commitment is two days/week. Unpaid, but college credit available. 3/26

Green Hat Films (The Hangover, Old School, Road Trip) is looking for college interns who are available to start immediately. Responsibilities include: script coverage, answering phones, scheduling, and other administrative duties. Great opportunity to learn the development side of the business. This is a credit-only internship, for 2-3 days/week. Please send cover letter, resume and current availability to: 3/26

Entertainment company seeks two enthusiastic & hardworking students to assist two TV & Film Producers. Previous experience in the entertainment industry and / or classes in entertainment a plus, as well as writing & graphic skills. Must be MAC user & have a firm knowledge of "Word", "Powerpoint" & "Excel". Duties include generating pitch materials, reading scripts, writing coverage, conducting general research & assisting with the daily operations of the office. This is a non-paid internship - college credit only. Please send cover letters & resumes by fax (310) 208-1764 -- or email: (write "RE: internship" in the subject line of email). 3/26

The Agency Group Ltd., one of the top music booking agencies in the business, is searching for enthusiastic, diligent and RELIABLE interns for our LA office in Century City.The ideal candidate would have excellent phone demeanor, be able to interface with promoters, managers, venues, and record labels. Interns work directly with our assistants and agents, helping them with day-to-day tasks that include answering phones, faxing, mailings, ticket counts, entering offers for live engagements and sending out contracts for confirmed shows. MUST be available to work for a MINIMUM of 2-3 days per week, preferably TUES & THURS, 9:30am to 6:30pm. This is a FANTASTIC learning opportunity for those who are serious about entering the music industry. Prior industry experience IS preferred, but not required.


Verve Talent & Literary Agency is seeking hard working, motivated summer interns. Duties will include research, coverage and general office/clerical duties. Candidates should be resourceful, able to multitask and excited to learn about the industry in a fast-paced environment. Internship is unpaid, but college credit is available if needed. Please email resume and cover letter to: 3/26

The American Pavilion, a hospitality center at the Cannes Film Festival since 1989, seeks a Student Programs Intern to assist with three established student programs in Cannes, Venice and Los Angeles. The role requires a dynamic team member with computer skills to work 15 to 20 hours week (between 9-5) in their Santa Monica office. Internship is unpaid, but will provide school credit. Duties include: Assist with Processing applications and registration materials for all three student programs, maintaining database records and files of hard copies; Answer phones; Candidates should be willing to take initiative and work independently, have superior organization and communication skills and be proficient with Macintosh computers and Microsoft Office. Please send resume and cover letter to Put “Intern Position” in the subject line and include resume and cover letter in the body of the email. No attachments or phone calls please. 3/26

Xinhua Media Entertainment (FORBIDDEN KINGDOM, SHANGHAI, INSEPARABLE) is a top-tier US-CHINA Co-Production company currently seeking self-motivated interns with a strong passion for the Asian film industry to start immediately and for Summer Internships. Duties include, but are not limited to: script coverage, research, running errands, copying, filing and phones. No pay, but college credits are provided. Interested applications should email their resume to: 3/26

Octagon’s Entertainment division is searching for bright and motivated interns for this summer. Unique opportunity for students who are pop-culture savvy and interested in career in entertainment industry. Internship offers exposure to every facet of the television business. MUST receive academic credit to be considered for this unpaid internship. Send cover letter & resume to with “Entertainment Internship – LA” in subject line. 3/26

Tree/Line Film is looking for hard working, eager interns. Job entails standard responsibilities including assisting executives, errands, managing files and script library, answering phones as needed, script reading/coverage, research, general office needs. Minimal driving (under 1 mile for quick, local runs when needed) and flexible hours. Unpaid internship: candidates must be enrolled in a recognized academic institution and receive credit for the internship to participate. We are looking for someone to come at least 3 or more times a week. Office in Santa Monica. Please fax resumes to 310-883-7227 ATTN: INTERNSHIP or email at: NO calls, please. 3/23

An entertainment company with deep expertise in talent and brand management, business development, film and television production, sponsorship engagement and marketing. We represent some of the most prominent brands, musicians, producers, and talent in today’s market. We are currently looking for a dedicated intern who could assist our talent management department. This is a non-paid internship. Please send your cover letter and resume to 3/23

Seeking part-time LA intern interested in commercial production and possibly wanting class credit versus payment. Work closely with Staff Production Supervisor and Head of Production on pre-producing jobs being bid. Includes: holding crew, bid research, organization tasks. Candidate must be resilient, good at multi-tasking, prioritizing, problem-solving. Mac and Excel experience and laptop required. Applicants should apply if they are interested in production, not post-production, directing, writing, art dept etc. 3/23

West-Hollywood-based TV Production & Distribution Company is seeking a passionate, driven intern to work closely with busy TV development and worldwide distribution staff. Ideal candidates will have exemplary writing skills, as well as some graphic design and editing skills. Position is unpaid. Hours are 3 days/week, 9-6pm. Please e-mail cover letter and resume to 3/23

Boutique Management Company, representing actors, is looking for friendly, intelligent Summer interns. Duties would include covering the phones, helping with submissions, scheduling, and light office duties. Candidates should possess outstanding communication skills, a great attitude, the ability to multi task, and Mac skills. These are non-paying, part time (or full time) internships, for school credit if need be. Fun environment to learn all about how the entertainment industry work! Email resumes only to 3/23

Busy Production Company in Santa Monica seeks interns. Company focuses on film and television (credits include projects with Dimension Films, E!, Spike and HBO). Duties include reading scripts, writing coverage and some assistant duties. Candidate will work primarily with the development department. College credit can be offered. Internship is unpaid. Please send resumes to 3/23

Busy Post Production/Production company seeking an intern! Great opportunity to learn about producing, script coverage, the business aspects of post production and production and project development. Intern should be able to start asap. Current projects include studio features, independent films and a much anticipated documentary. If you are eager to learn and have a great attitude, please send resume and when you can start to: 3/23

Occupant Films (All The Boys Love Mandy Lane, The Wackness, Peep World) is searching for interns. Duties include general office work—copying, errands, etc—as well as development work, script reading, research and coverage. This is a small company with an opportunity to be actively involved on either the development side or the production side as we have many projects in various stages. Candidates must be outgoing, fun, hard-working, and personable. Please send resumes to with Intern in the subject line. Please only send inquiries for internships, we are currently not hiring for any paid positions. 3/23

Editing Internship position - Support edit of a PBS Romantic Comedy Documentary ONE IN A BILLION from Oscar Winning Producer of Born into Brothels. Intern will also have exposure to a confidential action feature from the Producer of The Matrix. Opportunity to learn the post process firsthand and be an integral part to the creative process. Reqs: Proficient in Final Cut, organized, digitizing and logging footage, assembling rough cuts, your own Mac. Please send resume and references to Comp: Unpaid 3/23

Established production/management company is looking for spring interns. Must be for college credit. Applicants should have a strong interest in the development and production of feature films, music videos, and commercials. Duties will include reading scripts, writing coverage, assisting with online marketing assignments, performing research, filing and organizing, and possibly working on set as a production assistant. Must be available 1-2 days per week, although schedule is flexible, and must own your own computer and a reliable automobile. No phone calls please. Fax cover letter and resume to: (310) 943-1488 Attn. Human Resources, or email to: 3/23

Development Internships available at Pine Street Entertainment on the Warner Bros Lot. Interns will get the opportunity to learn about the television development process in a friendly environment. Responsibilities include script coverage, answering phones and general administrative tasks. Prior experience not necessary. Schedule is flexible. The internship is unpaid and must be for college credit. Please send cover letter and resume to 3/23

Open Road Media, a growing publishing and film production company, is currently seeking development, production, publishing, and marketing interns for Summer 2010. Tasks will include coverage, reading, research, production assistance, and administrative duties. Applicants must be eligible for school credit, and available to work a minimum of two days a week. Please email with resume and references. 3/23

Looking for an eager intern who is looking to break into the film industry. You will be interning, directly, for an A-List director. You will be working out of our office in Moorpark so reliable transportation is required. This is unpaid internship, however, we do reimburse for mileage. You will be responsible for running personal errands, accomplishing personal tasks, as well as creative tasks. This is a great job for meeting a variety of people, learning the creative process, and getting your foot in the door. If you’re interested please email me at 3/23

Production/management company seeks interns. Hands on company, work will include general office, script reading, and internet research. Prefer candidates who have their own laptop and a video camera is a plus. Internship is unpaid, but college credit is available. Flexible hours/days. We are located in Century City. Please email your resume with a brief cover letter to 3/16

HWY 61 Films is looking for interns for the Spring and Summer semesters. Our company recently wrapped “The Next Three Days” for Lionsgate starring Russell Crowe. HWY 61 is a film production company partnering writer/director Paul Haggis (“Crash”, “Million Dollar Baby”) with producer Michael Nozik (“Syriana”, “Motorcycle Diaries”). Internship responsibilities include script coverage, research, covering phones and desks, and general office assistance. We really try to make the opportunity as much of a learning experience as possible. Internship is unpaid and students must receive school credit, but lunch is provided. Send resumes to 3/16

Village Roadshow Pictures Entertainment is seeking conscientious and enthusiastic interns to support our Production department. Interns will also be exposed to Marketing, Distribution and other divisions of the company. This internship is designed to prepare interns to enter the Entertainment Industry workforce, and is focused on teaching script coverage and analysis, film awareness as well as general office duties. Please send all resumes to No calls. 3/16

AMERICAN WORK, INC. is writer/producer Scot Armstrong' s production company. Scot wrote OLD SCHOOL, BAD SANTA, ROAD TRIP, SEMI PRO, among others. We have a first look producing deal with NBC Universal and have features in development at Paramount and Sony. We are looking for interns to both help out around the office and also assist creatively. This includes, answering phones, photo copies, reading scripts, helping out with writers/directors lists etc. We are a small production company and work as a team, so it is a great opportunity for the right person. Please email resumes to 3/16

The Institute, Michael Bay & Scott Gardenhour's commercial and feature-film production company, seeks interns for the end of spring semester. Students must be able to receive course credit as the internship is unpaid, but does include paid lunch and mileage. A car with current insurance is required. Interns will be involved in development, coverage, project research, answering phones, runs, basic office management and some on-set experience when possible. Great for aspiring directors with the opportunity to meet some of our directors and listen in on meetings. Applicants should be energetic, fun, detail-oriented and proactive. Please send resumes to No calls. 3/16

Film and Television Production Company in Brentwood seeks intern. Company focuses on film and television in both live action and animation. Some prior experience preferred. Duties include reading scripts, writing coverage, notes, writer & director lists, sitting in on meetings when appropriate, as well as other assistant duties. Candidate will work primarily with the development department. College credit not required, but preferred. Internship is unpaid. Please send resumes to 3/16