Video Production Intern

internship - part time, paid

Michael Lucas Productions
Baltimore, MD
Closed
Posted 63 Days ago
Michael Lucas Productions
Baltimore, MD
internship - part time, paid
Posted 63 Days ago

Description

Video Production Intern Michael Lucas Productions - Baltimore, MD 12 hours agoPart-timeEstimated: $26,000 - $36,000 a year Apply Now Skills * Driver's License Production assistant internship available for a motivated, creative and energetic student (or post-graduate). You will be working primarily on a web series, in production now for a Spring 2020 release. Duties will include production work, with specific functions to include: Ordering lunch, running lines with actors, call out lines for actors during rehearsals and or filming Production: Attend shoots, log footage and generally support the producer and DP Post-production: College credit is available. * This web series is a drama about the fictional town of Waterview, Maryland and the people who live there. Click here to see previous season You'll work with great people to tell amazing impactful stories, and gain amazing hands-on experience in all facets of production and distribution. Please apply with: - A resume - A cover or introductory letter - Links to work if possible (Applications without all of this material will not be considered!) Thank you! Job Types: Part-time, Internship License: * Driver's License (Required) Required travel: * 50% (Required) Working days: * Saturday * Sunday Typical start time: * 7AM Typical end time: * 5PM

Skills

video production, post production, producing, production assistance, drama, stories, creativity, travel, video editing, final cut pro, audio editing, video, film production, camera operation, film editing

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