Film Festival 16-Week Virtual Internship

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SoCal Film Festival
 Virtual
Posted: July 21 2015
Company Location: Huntington Beach, CA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 7 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

The SoCal Film Festival is now in its 11th year and offers a unique 16-week internship program. Are you in a film, television, or media related major? If so, take a look at what we are offering.

This internship calls for movie lovers of all majors but especially those with an entertainment, event planning or marketing focus. You will be responsible for screening and evaluating festival entries, gathering marketing information, participating on social media, and getting a deep understanding of what goes into a film festival leading up to the actual event.

Interns will have the opportunity to gain practical and professional experience, in depth insight into the entertainment industry and may even begin building an industry network of contacts.

While this internship is primarily virtual and can be performed year round, we do have elements that can be done on-site at different points and especially during the festival itself. Your 16-week internship can start at any time and does have to necessarily coincide with a traditional semester schedule.

Contact us if you are interested!

Responsibilities

Primary responsibilities include: being responsible for screening and evaluating festival entries (both movies and screenplays), gathering marketing information, participating on social media, and getting a deep understanding of what goes into a film festival leading up to the actual event.

Requirements

We do not limit you to a specific major but we do prefer majors with an emphasis in film, entertainment, event planning and marketing.

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