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528 Palisades Drive
Los Angeles, CA
Posted: June 22 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionModern Media Company is a media start-up based in Santa Monica launching a project called Watch Meet Make. Our mission is simple. We want to make good content happen, using the best wisdom of traditional media experience and the disruptive innovation of the new media world.
MMC’s divisions include a low-budget digital media production company, a recently acquired film distribution arm, a financing division, as well as a media education website. We have had films enter and win awards at many major film festivals.
We are looking for interns to assist with design and After Effects work.
Our Internship is a learning experience unlike most others. This is a non-paid position and receiving college course credit may be offered by your institution but is not required. Though not guaranteed, there is the potential for future employment after the internship period as the company looks to expand.
The internship period is accepted on a rolling basis
and span eight weeks.
Hours required: 12-18 weekly
Hours of office operation: Monday - Friday 11:30am-5:00pm
Interested applicants should please attach a detailed resume and examples of work or reel to:
RequirementsStrong Adobe Photoshop and After Effects skills
Quick and precise design skills
Passion for film history and/or production
Knowledge of the new media landscapes