Paid Intern - Film
Moving Picture InstituteLos Angeles, CA
Part Time Paid Internship
Jump-start your pro-freedom film career in the Moving Picture Institute's paid internship program. Gain support, training, and a like-minded network in this competitive program that is designed to foster your professional growth and give you a foot in the door in the film industry.
Do you believe in advancing free markets, limited government, and individual liberty? Are you passionate about telling stories about freedom through film and video content? Do you possess excellent communication skills and have a strong desire to work in film production? Then you may be the right person for MPI.
We are looking for independent, dynamic, creative, energetic, and self-motivated college juniors and seniors, graduate students, or recent graduates for this position. Judgment, focus, humility, organization, an ability to work under pressure, and a sense of humor are also important.
MPI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes freedom through film, comedy, and online videos. MPI places interns in production companies, in studios, and on MPI sets. Our interns get hands-on experience in film while building professional relationships and establishing themselves within the industry.
Internships are available in Los Angeles, New York, and Washington D.C. This position is open in spring, summer, or fall, can be part-time or full-time, and is an average duration of 12-16 weeks.
*We are looking to fill our final two fall internship positions immediately.
Interns' responsibilities vary depending upon their hosts' job descriptions. Typical tasks can include, but are not limited to, script coverage (reading, analyzing, and performing written evaluations of screenplays), production assistance, video editing, research, logging footage, social media and outreach assistance, and administrative duties. MPI responsibilities may include attending and actively participating in educational masterclasses (in-person and online) as well as networking gatherings, and submitting written evaluations of your internship experience to MPI.
In your cover letter, please discuss in 1-2 pages maximum:
-Your philosophy of liberty.
-Why using film to advance liberty is important to you.
-Five pivotal people, films, or books, that have influenced your world view, and how.
-Your long-term career goals and how this program in particular will help you achieve these goals.
-What interests you most about MPI's mission and why. Via email:
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