Thursday, July 1, 2010

VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS ARMED WITH A CAMERA FELLOWSHIP



On July 1, 2010 Visual Communications will begin accepting applications for our 2010/2011 Armed With a Camera Fellowship. This fellowship offers emerging Asian Pacific American film and media artists an opportunity to further their development and help them make connections that they will need to thrive within the film industry. The 10 fellows chosen will receive $500 each to be used for the purposes of making a 5-minute film within a 5-month time frame. The final movies will be shown at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival that has an attendance of over 16,000 people. The Fellowship application will be open until October 1, 2010 and we will announce the winners during the last week of October.

I have attached to this email the Press Release that contains all of the fellowship details and information on how to apply. These can also be found on our website at: http://www.vconline.org/alpha/cms//index.cfm/programs/artist-services/armed-with-a-camera-fellowship/

UCLA FILM & TELEVISION ARCHIVE JULY/AUG

Archive home page

302 East Melnitz • 405 Hilgard Ave • Los Angeles, CA • 90095-1323 • ph. (310) 206-8013

Calendar
Here's a look at what's happening at the Billy Wilder Theater through August 2010.

LisandroUCLA Film & Television Archive and the UCLA Latin American Institute present

LISANDRO ALONSO
Friday, July 2 – Sunday, July 11

A complete retrospective of acclaimed Argentinian filmmaker Lisandro Alonso, who will appear in person on opening night for a screening of his latest film Liverpool (2008). Other films include: Los Muertos (2006), Fantasma (2004) and La Libertad (2001). Read more »

IN PERSON: Lisandro Alonso (July 2).

National Velvet

THE IMAGINED WEST
Saturday, July 10 @ 2 p.m. / Saturday, July 31 @ 2 p.m.

The UCLA Film & Television Archive is pleased to collaborate with the Autry National Center in presenting a two-part series about the romance of railroading in American popular culture. Films will include Santa Fe (1951), the silent cinema landmark, The Great Train Robbery (1903) and The Harvey Girls (1946), starring Judy Garland. Read more »

Note: This series takes place at the Autry National Center of the American West.

Film FestivalARCHIVE DOCUMENTARY SPOTLIGHT
Saturday, July 10 @ 7:30 p.m.

This ongoing program spotlights international documentaries, especially those focusing on contemporary social issues. Please join us for The Shock Doctrine (2009, Mat Whitecross, Michael Winterbottom), which brings Naomi Klein's bestseller to the screen in a powerful expose of how corporations exploit man-made crises for profit. Read more »

FREE admission!

Film FestivalUCLA Film & Television Archive and the Hammer Museum present

FAMILY FLICKS: CLASSICAL CARTOONS
Sunday, July 11 @ 11 a.m.

Enjoy Peter & The Wolf (2006), the Academy Award–winning stop-motion adaptation of Sergei Prokofiev's timeless symphony for children, followed by a trio of classic "Looney Tunes" cartoons featuring Bugs Bunny: What's Opera, Doc (1957), Rabbit of Seville (1950) and Rhapsody Rabbit (1946). Read more »

Funding for this series was provided by the UCLA Arts Initiative

FREE admission!

Film FestivalRARITIES FROM THE WARNER ARCHIVE COLLECTION
Friday, July 16 – Saturday, August 14

Don't miss this special series of rarely-exhibited 35mm Warner Bros. prints! Our program spans more than 30 years and includes cinematic treasures and curios starring Bette Davis, John Barrymore, Kay Francis, Gary Cooper and John Garfield. On July 16, join us for a special program recreating the opening night of When a Man Loves (1927), including the original Vitaphone shorts program. Read more »

IN PERSON: Robert Gitt, Preservation Officer, UCLA Film & Television Archive (July 16).

Film FestivalARCHIVE PREVIEWS
Monday, August 2 @ 7:30 p.m.

Get an early look at A Film Unfinished (2009), director Yael Hersonski's powerful, award-winning documentary about the meaning of another non-fiction work: a now-infamous Nazi-produced film about the Warsaw Ghetto. Read more »

Film FestivalA CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION: THE FILMS OF AKIRA KUROSAWA, Part II
Friday, August 6 – Sunday, August 29

The UCLA Film & Television Archive joins with the American Cinematheque for a two-part retrospective celebrating the career of one of cinema's most enduring masters, Akira Kurosawa. Part II opens at the Billy Wilder Theater on August 6 and includes The Bad Sleep Well (1963), Red Beard (1965) and Drunken Angel (1948). Read more »

Film FestivalARCHIVE TREASURES: VITAPHONE VARIETIES
August 21 @ 7:30 p.m.

Tonight the Archive presents a delightful evening of newly restored Vitaphone shorts, those wildly entertaining heralds of the sound film era produced between 1926 and 1931. Read more »

IN PERSON: Robert Gitt, Preservation Officer, UCLA Film & Television Archive.

Film FestivalTHE CROSS REVOLVES AT SUNSET: RECENT RESTORATIONS FO EXPERIMENTAL FILM FROM THE ACADEMY FILM ARCHIVE
Saturday, August 29 @ 7:30 p.m.

The Archive spotlights recent restorations of experimental films from the Academy Film Archive. Included among the evening's highlights will be a 35mm print from the digital restoration of Daina Krumins' The Divine Miracle (1973) along with newly restored and rarely seen films by Robert Nelson, Scott Stark, J.J. Murphy, Gary Beydler, Diana Wilson and others. Read more »

IN PERSON: Mark Toscano, Preservationist, Academy Film Archive.

Archive home pageFind out how you can support the Archive!

VENUE
Billy Wilder Theater in Westwood Village,
10899 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024
(corner of Wilshire & Westwood Blvds, courtyard level of the Hammer Museum).

The July 10 & July 31 "The Imagined West" screenings take place at the Autry National Center.
Venue/ticket info: www.TheAutry.org

TICKETS
FREE admission to Archive Documentary Spotlight" on July 10
and "Family Flicks" on July 11.

Advance tickets for other programs
are available for $10 at www.cinema.ucla.edu.

Tickets are also available at the Billy Wilder Theater
box office starting one hour before showtime:
$9, general admission; $8, students, seniors and UCLA Alumni Association members with ID.

PARKING
At the Billy Wilder Theater:
after 6 p.m., $3 in the lot under the Billy Wilder Theater.
Enter from Westwood Blvd., just north of Wilshire.
Before 6 p.m., $3 for the first three hours with Museum validation.

INFO
www.cinema.ucla.edu / 310.206.FILM

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

FALL CAMPUS JOB: OSL/ASOC Bengal Bus Coordinator

To: Oxy Students Looking for Fall Jobs:

ASOC & the Office of Student Life are looking for a manager for the Bengal Bus student service.

The Bengal Bus provides transportation around Eagle Rock and the greater Los Angeles area--for little or no cost. Bengal Bus also provides shuttles to Burbank airport and LAX at Fall Break, Thanksgiving, Winter Break, and Spring Break.

We are looking for a student with the following qualities to serve as part of the Student Services leadership team specifically working with the Bengal Bus.

- Effective verbal and writing communication skills
- Demonstrates ways to handle challenging situations and provides solutions to these challenges.
- Accomplishes work in timely manner.
- Able to work independently and with little supervision.
- Demonstrates strong organizational skills.
- Exhibits positive and strong team work.
- Open to teach others and learn from others

You will gain experience in hiring, training, and supervising a staff; managing a budget; customer service; marketing; and the overall operations of a campus shuttle service.

Please visit www.oxy.edu/studentlife.xml and click on “Work for OSL” on the left side to see a job description and a link to the application. If you have questions, please contact Justin at gerboc@oxy.edu.

INTERNSHIPS 6/30


New York Office manages a spectrum of top-tier production talent including Cinematographers, Production Designers, Costume Designers, Editors and Hair & Makeup Artist. We're looking for interns in our Los Angeles office to learn the ins and outs of our agency. You will be working directly under the supervision of our agents and aiding in research, tracking and other office tasks. School credit is available. Send cover letter and resume to jm@nyoffice.net 6/29

Kopelson Entertainment, the production company behind 27 films including SE7EN, PLATOON, and THE FUGITIVE, seeks summer interns immediately. 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 2 days a week minimum. Exciting tentpole projects in development. Please e-mail resumes to tyler@kopelson.com. 6/29

Management Company offers an incredible opportunity for bright, eager interns who are looking to break into the entertainment business. We are a boutique talent management company that represents clients in film, television, and theatre. Responsibilities will range from assisting managers, script coverage, phones, filing and you must be Mac Proficient. Must be available 2 days a week. Please send Cover letter and Resume to jc@jcrobbinsmanagement.com 6/29

Major Independent Hollywood Production Company, which is partnered with a celebrity, and has produced over 60 feature films, is seeking development interns with an interest in gaining experience in the Film industry. Applicant should be computer literate and able to work a minimum of two days week to start immediately. Job will include script coverage, assisting with the phones, and some general office tasks and runs. The internship is an excellent opportunity for the right applicant to learn the film business in a very fast paced environment as we producer 6-7 films a year. Please send resume to: cheetahvisionasst@gmail.com 6/29

Production/Management Company in Beverly Hills seeks office and development interns for the summer/fall 2010 to start immediately. Interviews to be held Friday July 2, must be ready to start the following Tuesday. Office interns are needed 2 days/week M-Th. Duties will range from general office tasks to providing creative input as well as performing research on a variety of topics. Development interns will be mostly restricted to script coverage, and are needed one day a week M-W and Fridays, but you should be available at any given time to handle coverage. 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. 6/29
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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 vrpeinternship@gmail.com. No calls. 6/29

Montage Media Group has a unique opportunity for two interns who want to gain first hand experience in a dynamic production company. Candidates should have excellent literary analysis and writing skills, office and organizational skills and present themselves in a professional manner. Candidates will report to MMG Partner, former Senior Executive at Paramount Pictures based C/W Productions, whose tenure included the decade long run of the MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE franchise, who also Executive Produced THE EYE for Lions Gate Films. Date & Time commitment: From 2-3 days a week. In addition to its film and television activities, MMG also houses a music management arm that handles contemporary pop and rock artists. Qualified candidates interested in a music management internship are also encouraged to submit their resumes for consideration. Please submit cover letter and resume to darrenasst@montagemedia.net 6/29

6 BRAVE NEW FILMS OPPORTUNITIES

1. Communications Intern

Brave New Films is looking for a Communications Intern to help the Communications Director in the day- to-day administration needs of the department. Intern will walk away with knowledge of how a communications department runs and is maintained. This position will include the following day-to-day responsibilities:

Uploading BNF related articles onto the web

Researching reporters/ helping to create targeted reporter lists

Maintain updated list of press hits on the web and Google docs

Other tasks as needed

Qualifications:

Excellent writing and research skills

Some experience in communications and or journalism

Highly motivated and a self starter

Ability to multi task and work on various projects

Flexible, adjust well to changing demands and projects

Unwavering commitment to social justice and progressive causes

2. Documentary Production Intern

Documentary production team is seeking an enthusiastic intern to assist with various aspects of production, including: Online Research (e.g. archival photos, video, etc.) and fact checking, logging footage and transcribing interviews.

Reports to: Producer

Qualifications:

Excellent online research

Good writing / typing

Good organization

Generalist with good disposition

Applicants familiar with Final Cut Pro Plus

To apply please send a resume or cover letter to volunteers@bravenewfoundation.org

3. Cuentame Social Media, Journalism Intern or Volunteer

Brave New Foundation is seeking a social media intern/volunteer for our new Facebook based campaign Cuentame!

Qualifications:

Passionate about Latino issues (political, social, arts and culture) in the media and on the ground.

Has strong social networking skills: Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Bookmarking sites etc

A good researcher: Blogs, News sites, Facebook pages, organizations

A creative thinker - Thinks about new and innovative ways to spread a message - video, imagery, media etc.

Has strong writing skills; you will be encouraged to write in all capacities, email, blogs, copy, messages

Has a can-do, pitch in attitude

Bilingual preferred but not required it is also a plus if you have graphic design skills. (Adobe - Photoshop, Illustrator etc)

To apply please send a resume or cover letter to volunteers@bravenewfoundation.org

4. Bilingual Production for Cuentame’

Join the fast-paced team at the helm of Brave New Foundation’s Cuentame’ , the exciting, innovative bilingual Facebook project at the cutting edge of the Latino community! Cuentame’ frames what’s going on in culture, history, arts and news, activism and more from our collective past, present and future. Jobs include: Basic online research: organizations, news clips, archival video and photos, logging video footage, transcribing interviews, and translating interviews.


Qualifications:

Bilingual (Spanish English).

VERY Facebook literate.

Strong sense of the Latino community’s interests, concerns.

Excellent written verbal skills.

Attention to detail.

Positive, can-do, fast-paced team member.

Working knowledge of Final Cut Pro a plus.

We will train if other skills are needed.

5. Supervolunteer: Donor Communication

If you are passionate about politics and have 15 hours a week to help with donor contact coordination and general administration, then we need you! We are looking for a super volunteer who is internet and email savvy, and wants to help out with communication.

Qualifications:

Passion toward politics

Internet/Email savvy

Strong knowledge of spreadsheets and other data entry

Strong verbal and written communication

10-15 hours a week

If this sounds like something you’d like to help with – send a resume and brief cover letter to volunteers@bravenewfoundation.org

6. Vietnamese Bilingual Volunteer

Brave New Foundation is in need of a volunteer to assist with translation and dubbing of an interview in Vietnamese. Volunteer will be recorded translating the interview. This is a one-time opportunity and will require short-term commitment.

Qualifications:

Excellent use and understanding of spoken Vietnamese

Knowledge of current political issues

Experience with voice recording not required, but beneficial

Ability to think quick and be a go-getter

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

LACMA: THE ART OF LOOKING

The Art of Looking

Join LACMA educators for a one-hour facilitated gallery discussion focusing on the permanent collection. Offered monthly, each tour offers an in-depth look at masterpieces in the galleries.

Second Thursday of each month | July 8 | 12:30 pm

BP Grand Entrance | Free, no reservations | Meet at the box office ticket window.

Monday, June 28, 2010

DENNIS HOPPER FILM RETROSPECTIVE AT MOCA

DENNIS HOPPER FILM SERIES

The Cinefamily, in association with The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA), and Los Angeles Filmforum on the occasion of the exhibition Dennis Hopper Double Standard, presents a month-long retrospective of Hopper’s most famous and infamous film works—along with lesser-known treasures—that celebrates his decades-spanning, wide-ranging career of searing performances and ambitiously idiosyncratic directorial efforts.

SATURDAY, JULY 3, 7:30pm gates open; movie at 9pm
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
6000 Santa Monica Blvd., L.A., CA 90038

Cinespia hosts a large outdoor screening of Easy Rider (1969, 35mm, Sony, 95 min.) to kick off the series.
INFO cinespia.org
TICKETS
$10

FRIDAY, JULY 9, 7:30pm and 9:30pm
The Cinefamily at The Silent Movie Theatre

611 N. Fairfax Ave., L.A., CA 90036

Easy Rider (1969, 35mm, Sony, 95 min.) and The American Dreamer (1971, 16mm, 90 min.), with director L.M. Kit Carson in person
INFO 323/655-2510 or cinefamily.org
TICKETS $12 general; $8 MOCA and Cinefamily members

FRIDAY, JULY 16, 7:30pm and 10:30pm
The Cinefamily at The Silent Movie Theatre

611 N. Fairfax Ave., L.A., CA 90036

Mad Dog Morgan (1976, 35mm, 102 min.), with director Philippe Mora in person, and Kid Blue (1973, 35mm, Fox, 100 min., archival print courtesy of Fox)
INFO 323/655-2510 or cinefamily.org
TICKETS $12 general; $8 MOCA and Cinefamily members

FRIDAY, JULY 23, 7:30pm and 9:30pm
The Cinefamily at The Silent Movie Theatre

611 N. Fairfax Ave., L.A., CA 90036

Night Tide (1961, 35mm, 84 min., archival print courtesy of Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences) and Tracks (1977, 35mm, Rainbow Films, 92 min.), with director Henry Jaglom in person
INFO 323/655-2510 or cinefamily.org
TICKETS $12 general; $8 MOCA and Cinefamily members

SUNDAY, JULY 25, 6pm, 8:30pm, and 11pm
The Cinefamily at The Silent Movie Theatre

611 N. Fairfax Ave., L.A., CA 90036

Blue Velvet (1986, 35mm, MGM, 120 min.), Hoosiers (1986, 35mm, MGM, 114 min.), and River’s Edge (1986, 35mm, MGM, 99 min.)
INFO 323/655-2510 or cinefamily.org
TICKETS $12 general; $8 MOCA and Cinefamily members

FRIDAY, JULY 30, 8pm and 10pm
The Cinefamily at The Silent Movie Theatre

611 N. Fairfax Ave., L.A., CA 90036

Out of the Blue (1980, 35mm, Discovery Films, 94 min., new restored 35mm print) and White Star (1983, DigiBeta, 92 min.)
INFO 323/655-2510 or cinefamily.org
TICKETS $14 general/$10 MOCA and Cinefamily members

SATURDAY, JULY 31, 7:30pm
The Cinefamily at The Silent Movie Theatre

611 N. Fairfax Ave., L.A., CA 90036

The Last Movie (1971, 35mm, 108 min., archival print courtesy of Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences)
INFO 323/655-2510 or cinefamily.org
TICKETS $10 general; $6 MOCA and Cinefamily members

SUNDAY, AUG 8, 7:30pm
Spielberg Theater at the Egyptian
6712 Hollywood Blvd., L.A., CA 90028

In conjunction with the Dennis Hopper Film Series, Los Angeles Filmforum presents Warhol/Hopper: Films by Andy Warhol featuring Dennis Hopper, screening Warhol’s Screen Tests Reel #4 (1964–65, 16mm, approx. 40 min., silent, b&w, 18 fps) andTarzan and Jane Regained… Sort Of (1964, 16mm, 80 min., color, sound). Tarzan and Jane Regained… Sort Of is a playful avant-garde parody of the classic Tarzan films of the 1930s and ’40s featuring Taylor Mead as Tarzan, Naomi Levine as Jane, Dennis Hopper, Irving Blum, Claes Oldenburg, Brooke Hayward, and Andy Warhol. This rarely seen film was shot in Los Angeles in October 1963 while Warhol was in town for his second exhibition at Ferus Gallery.
INFO/TICKETS lafilmforum.org



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INTERNSHIPS 6/25

Prod. company seeks development/ marketing intern 2 or 3 days per week. Duration: 1 to 3 months, starts ASAP. There is no pay as the internship is for credit. As an intern, you will be involved in development, covering scripts, project research, answering phones, and basic office duties. Our biggest focus at the moment is a web series with big-name director's commentaries. For this site, we're looking for an intern to help manage our twitter/facebook and all other social networking sites. A knowledge of simple interactive marketing and a LOVE of the newest, greatest technologies is needed. Applicants should be organized, energetic, proactive, and have a desire to learn about the film business. Must have a strong love of reading, writing and networking. Intern needed any 2-3 days of the week from 10AM-5PM. Please email markalan@renfieldproductions.com 6/25

Small but very busy production company with a first-look deal at Disney seeks unpaid interns for the summer. The position will give applicants the opportunity to read scripts, write coverage, and deal one-on-one with development executives. Please send cover letters and resumes to: beckerintern@gmail.com. 6/25

High-powered, media & entertainment mogul’s Executive Office seeks energetic, innovative interns to join our internship program. If you are continually on the cutting edge of technology and trends, we are looking for you! Position involves: Heavy projects and daily tasks performed “in the field” and errands, general administrative tasks (i.e. telephones, copying, scanning, filing and mail sort), expenses reports, event planning, In-depth research on different initiatives. All applicants must be enrolled in an accredited school or be a recent graduate/entry level candidate. You must be inquisitive and able to work independently. You should be extremely resourceful and ready to learn in any environment. This is an unpaid internship. A weekly stipend will be provided. Please send your resume via email to: handsoninternships@gmail.com. 6/25

International film distribution/financing/acquisition/production company based in Los Angeles (Century City) is looking for interns who can work a minimum of 16 hours per week (***Ideally afternoons from 2pm- 6pm DAILY). Seeking smart, dynamic and responsible young adults who are keen to learn about international film distribution, acquisition and financing. Foreign language skills a plus. Unpaid internship. Parking provided. Send resume via e-mail jbliahassistant@ifdcinc.com or fax 310-788-2823. No phone calls please. 6/25

Seeking motivated summer interns for the new film division at an established music management and TV production company. Internship involves heavy script coverage, phones, filing, research, and general office tasks. This is a great opportunity to learn about the development process at an up and coming film production company. The internship is unpaid, but academic credit is available. Please send resumes and cover letters to ppfilm.intern@gmail.com. 6/22

Brookstreet Pictures is seeking hardworking and motivated interns to start immediately. Interns will work closely in the development and production sides of the industry. Applicants would have the opportunity to read scripts and write coverage. Other duties will include typical assistant work such as phones, research and scheduling. Interns will gain an awareness of the inner workings of the entertainment industry through extensive exposure to executives' dealings. Internship is unpaid. Email cover letters and resumes to BrookstreetInternship@gmail.com 6/22

Leading new media Production Company specializing in the production and distribution of original comedies for global distribution on mobile phones and the Internet seeks FCP Editor Intern. Seeking a creative person to edit an Entertainment Tonight style web-show and advertainment promos shot on HD. We offer flexible hours in a fun, casual environment, and the opportunity to work and network with the biggest names in web-show biz. Great foot-in-the-door opp for someone seeking to assemble a New Media demo reel. Reply to: Lynn@funlittlemovies.com 6/22

Management Company in LA seeking creative, hard-working, career-minded intern to join our team assisting in all aspects of music management. Opportunity for excellent hands-on experience in the day to day of managing multi-platinum selling and touring musical artists. Must be proficient on Mac with above-average knowledge of social networks and online music communities. This is an unpaid internship with commitment of 15-20hrs/week. Please send resumes as attachments and in the body of email to MusicIntern1234@gmail.com 6/25

Major Record Label is seeking enthusiastic candidates for an upcoming internship in International Marketing/eCommerce. Internship will emphasize many facets of global marketing initiatives including aggregating digital and physical assets to disseminate to all key International affiliates and help with information flow by creating HTML/Photoshop based informational emails. Interns will also assist with a variety of research-oriented projects and help to maintain an HTML-based online music weblog among other weekly duties.This is a great opportunity for self-starters interested in the new music business model as the industry continues to evolve and move towards digital product and online marketing initiatives. Candidates should preferably have an interest in International marketing and e-commerce with a passion for music and a willingness to learn. A strong background in marketing, graphic design/photoshop, HTML and tech-savvy individuals are a huge plus. Candidates MUST be eligible to receive school credit and work 15-20 hours per week out of our Burbank office. Please send all resumes/inquiries to rhinointerns@yahoo.com 6/22

Entertainment Marketing firm seeking 2-3 unpaid interns for credit who are sports fanatics for researching MLB, NFL & NBA athletes & also 1 intern for basic admin support to CEO. Must be responsible, enthusiastic, detail oriented, fanatics about their chosen sport/s & able to submit reports on time. Strong knowledge of Excel. Can work from home. Needs phone w/ free long distance to make calls. Send resume/expertise to karrie@mggsports.com. 6/22

Massalas/Digman Casting is seeking interns for a feature film starting immediately. Responsibilities include answering phones, scheduling appointments, and other general office duties. This is a great opportunity to learn the inner workings of an active casting office and have fun while doing it! Candidates with an interest in casting preferred. Please note this is entry level and unpaid. Send resumes to: assistantmdcasting@gmail.com 6/18

Fanscape, Social Media Marketing Company, seeks interns for Business Development Department. Interns will assist with developing client proposals, creating potential client profiles and research. The applicant should be creative and knowledgeable about social media marketing, related technology and industry trends. Strong PowerPoint and intermediate level of skills in MS Excel, MS Word and Photoshop desirable. Send cover letter and resume to Kate at fanscapebizdevjob@gmail.com 6/18

PROAR is 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 dedicated interns who can assist our lifestyle and brand management department. Please send your cover letter and resume to viole@roar.la. 6/11