Film+Digital Media Archiving Internship

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Film+Digital Media Archiving Internship

We are searching for exceptionally motivated individuals to train researching footage requests, film and digital image archiving, film and video logging, off-line time code editing, database entry and other technical and related media skills. This is not a production position. This position is unpaid. College credit is required.

What You Will Learn
• Digitizing, archiving and making accessible archival materials
• Cleaning, repairing and archiving 16mm and 35mm film elements.
• How to maintain digital databases
• Principles of time code
• Logging and metadata procedures
• How to work with digital files
• Off-line editing
• Researching our analog and digital archive¬


Researching footage requests in our analog and digital archive
Cataloging and Inventorying film and related media
Digitizing 16mm and small gauge film and analog tape materials
Cleaning, repairing and archiving 16mm and 35mm film elements.
Maintain film and media databases
Logging and entering metadata into databases


• Tech and computer savvy
• Basic knowledge of film and video systems
• Basic understanding of migrating analog (tape) and digital files
• Background in archiving, history, library science or moving image studies
• Self directed and the ability to work independently
• Organized and detail-oriented
• Excellent written and communication skills
• Reliable and dependable
• Goal-oriented

**Minimum 1 semester commitment of 2-5 full weekdays per week is required

**You must be currently enrolled in either an undergraduate or graduate college or university program and earn credit for your internship

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