Spring Intern - Film and Commercial Production Company
Delirio FilmsLos Angeles, CA
Part Time Unpaid Internship
Delirio is looking for motivated interns with strong communication skills, superb attention to detail, and a positive attitude. Interns will gain a hands-on understanding of the documentary filmmaking process by collaborating with team members working on all stages of production, from development to post-production. Typical tasks include:
Research for new documentaries;
Editing and logging footage for post-production;
Assisting on set, including handling production equipment;
Reviewing narrative submissions and writing script analysis; and
Occasional administrative support and runs for supplies and equipment.
Prerequisites: None. A major related to film, production, and/or entertainment and an interest in documentary content are preferred.
Location: Delirio typically requires interns to work out of our office in Westwood, in Los Angeles. We are currently working with a hybrid remote/in-person schedule. We plan to return to the office in the winter, pending Covid-19 health guidelines.
Schedule: 2 to 4 days per week, typically 9:30am to 6pm; starting in early January and ending in late May - these dates are negotiable.
Car: Preferred but not necessary; mileage will be reimbursed.
College Credit: Required.
Delirio Films is a boutique film and commercial production company with a focus on prestige documentaries, including both features and series. Over 10 years, Delirio has built a library of films that embody a unique combination of artistic integrity and commercial viability.
Deliro's film titles include Alma Har'el's Love True and Bombay Beach, Magnolia Films' No Place On Earth, Netflix's first original film, The Short Game, and Sundance Audience Award-winner The Green Prince. In 2017, Delirio produced SXSW Audience Award-winner Becoming Bond and Too Funny To Fail, which marked Hulu's launch into original documentaries. In 2018, Delirio produced the docuseries Hunting ISIS for The History Channel. Recently, Delirio premiered documentaries Mike Wallace Is Here and Hulu's Ask Dr. Ruth at Sundance, alongside their first scripted feature Honey Boy, which was picked up by Amazon. Honey Boy, starring and written by Shia LaBeouf, won a DGA Award for director Alma Har'el. Delirio's latest release, They Call Me Magic, premiered on Apple TV+ on April 22. Delirio is currently in production on a Reggie Jackson project, and an Ed Sullivan documentary feature.
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