NEW YOUTUBE SHOW & PODCAST Looking for Film Student Interns

internship - part time, paid

A.M. CLUB
Los Angeles, CA
Closed
Posted 92 Days ago
A.M. CLUB
Los Angeles, CA
internship - part time, paid
Posted 92 Days ago
Closed

Description

Hello there!

Were looking for a film student who has access to equipment from their school and is looking to build their resume for credit. This is the first shoot of our show which we intend to build an audience for and then get bought by a network.

The shoot is just one day a month where we shoot 4 interviews, 20 minutes each but youd need to be on set all day helping with various tasks.

We can offer $50 for the day and are asking the following.

Organize the schedule.

Help put together the set the day of.

Equipment we need:

- Lighting - 3 lights - 2 on people and 1 to back light the set
- 3 Mics
- 1 Canon 5d Mark III (not mandatory but would be great)


We have 2 Canon 5D Mark III Cameras, 1 camera guy who is one of the BEST and works on major shows so it would be great for you to network as well, and the location.

If youre interested in building your portfolio this is a great project. Looking forward to hearing from you!

Responsibilities

Organize the schedule.

Help put together the set the day of.

8 hours days
Requirements
Must be a film student.

Skills

film, camera, lighting, interviewing, microsoft access, scheduling, cooking, canon, film production, video production, final cut pro, video editing, television, video, post production

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