If your interests gravitate toward executive boardrooms and innovative storyboards and you want to take your inherent creativity to another level, given below are five international film internships that can be of great help! ; )
1. The Creative Minds Internship:
The Creative Minds Internship Experience is geared towards individuals with career aspirations to work in the Film & Television industry. This unique experience affords the participants an opportunity to work intimately with a Film or Television company in a department pertinent to the participant’s career goals. It also provides the students with an opportunity to prove themselves with a company that could hire them and launch their career.
About the program:
The program is broken down into three components: The Internship Experience, The Filmmaker Institute and The Network Connection.
Eligibility:- Experience is their most competitive and highly sought after program component, as they only accept a select number of interns per festival.
Duration:- The 2014 Creative Minds In Toronto Film Program will take place September 3rd – 11th, 2014 in Toronto, Canada.
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For any queries about the application process contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Internship with the Paramount Pictures:
Their story began in 1912. Flash forward a century later and Paramount Pictures remains a global leader in film production and distribution with hits ranging from The Godfather and Titanic to Mission: Impossible and Paranormal Activity. With a beautiful 65 acre studio lot in the heart of Hollywood, CA and offices around the world, Paramount’s employees are the key to our success.
About the program:-
Paramount Pictures offers an exciting Internship Program providing students from diverse backgrounds the opportunity to gain hands –on experience working in the entertainment industry. At Paramount, every intern has the opportunity to network with industry professionals, attend a multitude of events aimed at furthering their entertainment knowledge, and play an integral role in their department’s success.
1. Undergraduate and Graduate (MBA, MFA, JD) students currently enrolled in an accredited educational institution.
2. Undergraduate students must be going into their junior or senior year.
3. Graduate students must have completed their first year.
Compensation:- All internship positions are paid employment opportunities.
Duration:- 6 to 12 weeks
Application process for Fall 2014 will start in July 2014.
3. Fox Networks Group Internship:
Fox Networks Group supports a wide range of television programming, including Fox Sports Net, FX, Fox Movie Channel, Fox Sports en Español, Fox Reality Channel, Fox Soccer Channel, SPEED, Fuel TV and National Geographic Channel. FNG is part of Fox Entertainment Group, one of the most recognised producers and distributors of films and television programs, with a collection of diverse program networks extending to almost every popular genre.
Eligibility:- Open to college sophomores, juniors and seniors who are in good academic standing. Interns must be eligible for academic credit and/or be paid a weekly salary. Students can participate in the program for a maximum of two consecutive semesters. Check the website for specific internship postings.
Compensation:- Compensation/Benefits: Academic Credit, Unpaid.
Application Deadline:- Rolling. Interested students should post their resume online.
4. Universal Studios Internship:
For over 85 years, Universal Studios has been providing unique entertainment through motion pictures, home videos, theme parks and attractions, television networks and programming. Universal Studios owns Universal Pictures, Universal TV and Networks Group, and Universal Studios Hollywood.
Eligibility:- Open to all college freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors, and grad students who are currently registered at an accredited institution.
Compensation/Benefits: Academic Credit, Paid, Unpaid
Application Deadline:- Spring: November; Summer: March; Fall: July. Students should complete the online application and submit a cover letter, resume and transcripts. Students interested in unpaid positions are required to submit a letter from their school certifying that they will receive academic credit. Students interested in paid positions may earn academic credit as well, but it is not mandatory.
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5. Great Projects Film Company Internship:
Great Projects is an independent film company whose documentaries have aired on PBS, A&E and Discovery Networks. Some of its most recent films have examined the clean-up effort at the World Trade Center site, Boston’s Big Dig construction project and Jewish partisans during World War II. Great Projects won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Historical Programming for George Marshall and the American Century (1993) and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Short Documentary for An Essay on Matisse (1996).
Eligibility:- Open to college graduates of any age and graduate students.
Application Deadline:- Rolling. Applicants must include a five- to 10-page writing sample with their resume and cover letter. The writing sample should ideally be an English, history or other research paper-not a paper about film.