Actuality Media is offering documentary summer 2013 programs - where they will be taking three groups of students to Guatemala, Kenya and Turkey to make short documentaries about local changemakers.
Provide administrative/clerical support to President of BMFI and to other departments as needed
Respond to patrons questions on the phone as receptionist
Prepare documents for Board meetings, take minutes, maintain Board files, communicate with Board members and facilitate their engagement with BMFI
Coordinate mailings for fund-raising, theater, and special events, as needed
Distribute Projections magazine and movie pamphlets to neighborhood and regional business sponsors, schools, etc. from time to time.
Coordinate special events for BMFI including one-time rentals, community uses, and BMFI-sponsored events.
Excellent spoken and written English
Highly organized and meticulous
Socially out-going and comfortable with people
Energetic and able to initiate and follow up on multiple tasks at the same time
Superb computer skills – Windows 10, Word, Excel, Publisher, Photo Shop
Use of a car is helpful
To Apply: Send resume, cover letter and names of two references to:
Juliet J. Goodfriend, President
Bryn Mawr Film Institute
824 W. Lancaster Avenue
PO Box 1058
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Short Film Competition for the 20th Philadelphia Film Festival
The Philadelphia Film Society is excited to announce a Short Film Competition for the 20th Philadelphia Film Festival. The top 10 winning films, chosen by a panel of Festival Programmers, will be screened at this year’s Festival, October 13-23, 2011. In addition to having their films screened, the top 10 finalists will receive an All Access Badge to the Festival, and the Grand Prize Winner will be announced at the Closing Night Awards Ceremony.
This is a great opportunity for film students and aspiring filmmakers to reach a large audience, as last year’s Film Festival drew a record number of guests, including over 100 filmmakers, actors, distributors and industry professionals attending during the 11-day event.
This Short Film Competition is part of our celebration of the Festival’s 20th Anniversary, and submissions must include at least one of the 20 iconic Philadelphia landmarks, characters or objects below:
6.Historic figures - William Penn, Benjamin Franklin, Betsy Ross, Edgar Allen Poe, etc
7.Ben Franklin Bridge
9.Boat House Row
10.Eastern State Penitentiary
12.Philadelphia Art Museum
16.Philadelphia Sports Teams – Phillies, Eagles, Flyers, and/or 76ers
20.National Constitution Center
Film entries must be 30 minutes in length or less, and entries must be submitted in DVD format, no later than September 1, 2011 at 5pm. The top 10 winners will be announced in early September 2011.
For the complete list of rules and requirements, visit our website: http://filmadelphia.org/blog/20th-philadelphia-film-festival-short-film-competition
For any additional questions, please e-mail Brittany Bradford at email@example.com with the subject line, “Short Film Competition Question.”
INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN TELEVISION & VIDEO PRODUCTION
Unpaid internship positions (spring, summer, fall and winter) available to qualified students pursuing a course of study in television/video production. RTV, Radnor Township's Government Access Channel, provides news and information to nearly 13,000 cable and FiOS subscribers within the Township. The ideal candidate will have interest in all aspects of video production, on-site and remotely. The work schedule is flexible and requires a minimum of 12 hours per week, including some evening hours. While interning at RTV, students will be exposed to the operations and procedures of a local government television and production studio, including live broadcasts and in the field shoots.
The internship will be mainly project-based, allowing you to work independently part of the time and exercise some creative freedom. (We want you to work with us, not just for us!) Projects can be somewhat tailored to your experience and interests, although our primary needs are for someone to help with:
Interested candidates can contact Melissa Conn, Senior IT Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-688-5600 ext. 142. Radnor Township's internship application can be found at www.radnor.com under Human Resources.
At the start of every semester, the Film Studies Program is looking for a crew of reliable, responsible projectionists who will screen films for Film Studies courses. Projectionist's duties include: pick-up and return of video and film material; projecting video and, on occasion, 16mm films; monitoring sound levels and playback equipment during screenings; taking attendance. Students may not be projectionists for courses in which they are enrolled. Training provided. Interest in film desirable! Three hours per week, per course. These are Level II campus jobs. Projectionists must be able to work entire semester at the scheduled course screening time.
Temple University's Department of Film Media Arts hosts a Los Angeles Film Production Internship program. They invite students from other universities in the area to participate for 2010 as they open up their first Spring session, in addition to their regular Summer session. Interested students should contact Professor Allan Barber at email@example.com. In 2009, two students were placed with documentary filmmaker Grace Lee. Fore more information, visit http://www.temple.edu/sct/fma/lainternship/.
The facility that is responsible for training the Philadelphia 76ers, SJU Hawks, and Jameer Nelson of the Orlando Magic has an internship opportunity for any interested Bryn Mawr Film Studies students. We are in need of a student to film and produce a DVD for a Vertical Jump training camp that we are holding at Summit Sports Training Center in Villanova, PA. This training camp runs from September 21-25, 6-8PM each night. This opportunity will involve 12-15 hours of filming, plus any additional time needed to edit and produce the DVD. Visit http://www.summitsportstc.com/ for additional details on this event. Please call 610-525-2300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered for this opportunity.
Thomas Sovocool, CSCS
The Ivy Film Festival started in 2001 as a place for undergraduate and graduate filmmakers to share their work, and interact with other student filmmakers as well as established figures in the film industry. The 2009 Ivy Film Festival will take place from April 20th through the 26th, at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. We present selected films and screenplays to a wide audience, and a panel of celebrity judges (including directors, producers, writers, and agents) views the best selections from the festival.
Here are the details about submitting materials to the festival:
Please submit films (short or feature length) and/or screenplays (short or long form) to the 2009 Ivy Film Festival online at www.withoutabox.com or through the mail (visit www.ivyfilmfestival.com for more details). The deadlines are as follows:
Late deadline ( February 14, 2009 ):
First film or screenplay submission - $30
Additional submissions - $15
Without A Box Extended deadline ( February 21, 2009 ):
First film or screenplay submission - $45
Additional submissions - $20
If there are any questions, then feel free to email: email@example.com
Ivy Film Festival 2009
Providence, RI 02912
San Francisco International Women's Film Festival & Women's Film Institute Tour
The mission of the Womens Film Institute (WFI) is to honor, showcase, and facilitate the creation of films directed or co-directed by women. WFI supports its mission by presenting the best in womens cinema through the annual San Francisco International Womens Film Festival (SFWFF), WFI Shorts Tour, and year-round educational programs and events.
The fifth annual SFWFF (April 1-5, 2009) is currently accepting film entries. SFWFF accepts films and videos directed or co-directed by women of all lengths and genres: narrative, experimental, documentary, music video, and animation. Deadline for entry: December 15, 2008. No Entry fee required.
In addition to the film festival, WFI is proud to launch and present the 1st WFI Shorts Tour Program. WFI is currently accepting entries for the 1st WFI Shorts Tour. The shorts tour will take place summer 2009 in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York. WFI Shorts Tour accepts films and videos, thirty minutes or under in length, directed or co-directed by women, from all genres: narrative, experimental, documentary, music video, and animation. Entry Fee is $25 if submitted by December 15, 2008.
To submit your films to SFWFF and WFI Shorts Tour visit: www.sfwff.com
Priority Films, a New York based film production company, is looking for highly motivated interns (both part and full time) for the fall semester and beyond. We will be focusing first on the release of a highly acclaimed film in the US this fall - Holly. Holly is a full length feature narrative, starring Ron Livingston (Office Space, Sex in the City), Virginie Ledoyen (The Beach), Udo Kier (Dogville), the late Chris Penn (Reservoir Dogs), and introducing Thuy Nguyen. Holly is not just a movie - it is the cry for help of millions of voiceless, sexually exploited children world wide each day. The film release is combined with an ambitious international Human Rights Campaign - the RedLight Children Campaign. The campaign aims to end child sex exploitation and raise global awareness. You can find more information about our company and projects at www.priorityfilms.com and www.redlightchildren.org Internship description We are looking for interns who would like to take on actual responsibilities, gain real experience and learn in a flexible, non-hierarchical environment. Graduate or undergraduate students of any field of study are welcome. Opportunities are available now in online and real world marketing, and Public relations/Event planning. We will be organising red carpet, special screening and celebrity events. Interns can become further involved in other areas of their interest including: Human Rights advocacy, Legal Research, Faith-based advocacy, Journalism, Graphic and Web Design, Project Management etc. Priority Films also has a slate of upcoming projects beyond the release of Holly. Our interns will have the chance to develop key skills in script-reading, production, post-production, marketing and distribution. We are particularly searching for students able to develop blogging connections and ideas for online marketing. In addition there is an ongoing need to maintain, update and improve the current websites for Priority Films and the RedLight Children Campaign. Interns with web-page programming knowledge or experience with an editing program are certainly welcome to apply. Commitment Hours are flexible and open to negotiation. Internships are unpaid. We will be happy to consider supporting grant applications. Please contact Guy Jacobson at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested
Funding for summer internships in film and media-related industries is available through the Jentes Family and Program in Film Studies internship funds. Previously funded projects include internships with Women Make Movies and Frameline. Please include a Funding Source 2009 Cover Sheet with your application. Contact the Dean's office for further information about the application process. Michelle Wallhagen will serve as Interim Director starting 1/20 and continuing until mid-late April. She can be reached at email@example.com / x5371 / Taylor Hall