From the Columbia Undergraduate Film Listserv: Producer Seeks Intern

This is your chance to intern in feature film and documentary development for an accomplished producer while he works on a couple of films in New York. Here are the details:

Company Bio
Fusion Studios is run by a highly established producer, who’s filmography includes a number of very successful feature films, as well as an Emmy winning HBO series and an award winning documentary. We are usually based in LA, but we’re currently in pre-production on a feature film set in Manhattan (shooting begins mid-September). Alongside the feature, we have an eagerly anticipated documentary in post production, which will be aired by The History Channel in December and a number of projects in development.

Description of Internship Duties
Seeking a talented, motivated and enthusiastic individuals, looking to gain a wide variety of invaluable production experience and knowledge.

We’re looking for hard working and resourceful candidates, able to demonstrate the ambition and drive necessary to make the most of this great opportunity. Successful candidates will have basic office experience, appropriate to entry level positions, and be able to express themselves with excellent verbal and written communication skills.

This is an UNPAID internship and is for CREDIT ONLY.

Hours Per Week
12-18

Preferred Schedule for Intern
Flexible

Start Date
ASAP

Application Instructions
Please send a cover letter and your resume (with references).

Contact Information
Executive Coordinator
Isabel Freer
Phone: 212 777 0704
Email: isabel.freer@mac.com

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