Spring Intern - Development
Killer FilmsRemote, US
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Part Time Unpaid Internship
Killer Films is currently accepting applicants for our Spring 2020 (Virtual) Internship. We are looking for self-motivated, good-hearted, and hard-working problem solvers with a passion for independent cinema. Willingness, smarts, and attention to detail are critical. If you want to prove your stripes, this is your chance.
With access to the gritty underbelly of independent producing, you'll be part of a small, yet busy operation. We have projects in every stage of production that requires our (and your) care. Opportunities/responsibilities include reading scripts, writing coverage, and tracking research while remote. Above all, we offer first-hand exposure to the daily mechanics of running a production company at the forefront of American independent film and television.
Interns must make a 2 to 5 day/week commitment (start date is flexible). Please note the Killer internship is unpaid, but we offer support for students to receive academic credit.
Killer Films, founded in 1995 by Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler is an Independent Spirit Award and Gotham Award-winning indie powerhouse. Over the past two decades they have produced over 100 films, including some of the most celebrated American indie features: Carol (nominated for six Academy Awards), Far from Heaven (nominated for four Academy Awards), Still Alice (Academy Award winner), Boys Don't Cry (Academy Award winner), One Hour Photo, KIDS, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Happiness, Velvet Goldmine, Safe, I Shot Andy Warhol, and I'm Not There (Academy Award nominee). In television, Killer Films executive-produced the Emmy and Golden Globe-awarded miniseries Mildred Pierce for HBO as well as Z: The Beginning of Everything for Amazon Studios. They recently produced such films as Paul Schrader's First Reformed, Todd Hayne's Dark Waters, and Josephine Decker's Shirley. Upcoming releases include Janicza Bravo's Zola to be distributed by A24, and PRIDE, six-part documentary series produced with Refinery 29 for FX.