Intern - Film/Documentary Producing
Gigantic PicturesNew York, NY
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Part Time Unpaid Internship
Gigantic Pictures, an independent film and documentary production company located in Chelsea, is looking for dedicated, fast-learners interested in both narrative and documentary films who want to obtain first-hand and practical experience in the industry. As part of Gigantic, you will be working in a close-knit office, directly assisting producer Jason Orans and the rest of the Gigantic staff.
Gigantic Pictures works with a small group of interns who we aim to equip with the practical knowledge and skills required for many entry-level film jobs as well as those that can be applied to their own work. Each intern's experience is unique as we try, whenever possible, to focus your projects on each individual's interests, current abilities, and future aspirations. However, some of our more general tasks range from creative projects to covering phones, completing research, and helping to maintain the office and assisting in necessary runs. We do not believe in busy work, and give dependable self-starters charge of projects that they will have the opportunity to see from start to finish. In addition to working alongside the heads of Gigantic Pictures, interns also support our writers, directors and film crews.
Our Spring internship runs from the beginning of January through early to Mid-May, requiring the commitment of 2 or 3 days/week.
About Gigantic Pictures:
Recent projects include The Great Invisible (nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award and winner of the Documentary Grand Jury Prize at SXSW 2014), Night School (Tribeca 2016); 99%: Occupy Wall Street (Sundance 2013, U.S. Documentary Competition), and Let Fury Have the Hour (Tribeca 2012).
Other productions include: Night Catches Us (Sundance 2010, U.S. Narrative Competition) starring Anthony Mackie and Kerry Washington, released by Magnolia, nominated for Independent Spirit and NAACP Image Awards; Dare (Sundance 2009), starring Emmy Rossum and Rooney Mara, and Goodbye Solo (Venice 2008) released by Roadside Attractions and Lionsgate, nominated for Independent Spirit and Gotham Awards, and winner of the FIPRESCI Critics' Prize at Venice.