Traverse City Film Festival has brought an amazing film prep internship opportunity for those who wish to pursue a film career and have knowledge of both classic and contemporary independent films.
This wonderful program will begin from mid-May to the first of July in Downtown Traverse City, Michigan. Ideal candidates for this position must be detail-oriented and have experience in online research, familiarity with the film, and photo manipulation experience.
In this position, interns will be responsible for researching festival films, gathering details from trusted sources, working on a database to organize and checking data for the program guide, find high-res film stills, and track film formats and deliveries.
Traverse City Film Festival is a charitable, educational, nonprofit organization based in Traverse City, Michigan. It has been dedicated to showing great movies that both entertain and enlighten the audience since it was founded in 2005 by Michael Moore.
Interns will be placed in Downtown Traverse City, Michigan office.
The program will begin in early May and finish a week after the festival ends.
Although the program is unpaid, interns will be provided many development opportunities, meaningful projects to work, a great environment, networking with employers and peers, mentorship and much more that will all fuel their career.
To be eligible for this role, you must be a student and have online research, familiarity with the film, and photo manipulation experience.
How to Apply:
Apply easily by sending your transcripts, resume, and a cover letter explaining your interest in the festival internship program, along with your pertinent experience and qualifications to Susan Fisher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The application will remain to be open until the post is filled.