Film Review Summer Internship

Published: March 19, 2024 (1 month ago)

Film Review conducts interviews each fall, spring, and summer seeking movie-loving, tech-savvy interns to assist with brand related projects. This remote role includes hands-on virtual work with the Digital Editor, as well as lab hours where interns view the Film Review’s Cinema Series course, which is uniquely curated each internship cycle.

Previous interns hail from prestigious film programs, such as USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, UCLA, NYU/Tisch, Carnegie Mellon, Biola University, NYC’s The New School, Rhode Island School of Design, The University of Michigan, and The University of Denver.

About Film Review:
The world’s longest-running film annual, Film Review has been celebrating cinema since 1944. It was the first book of its kind to cover an entire year of ‘filmgoing’ and which invited industry professionals to comment on their craft. What began as a UK publication, now has a dedicated international online audience.

About the role:
Film Review is currently seeking a movie-loving, tech-savvy intern to assist with brand related projects. Tasks will focus on expanding our presence on Letterboxd, helping us maintain social media channels, as well as provide experience editing electronic press kit video content from the major studios for Film Review’s Youtube channel, along with other projects as needed. Some basic editing experience is preferred and the intern must have Adobe Premiere Pro access (typically available for free through your University). Students who have an interest in classic film are encouraged to apply.

Depending on University guidelines, this non-paid internship may be applied for course credit. In this remote role, the intern will typically serve between 10-15 hours per week (depending on schedule/University requirements). This includes hands-on virtual work with the Digital Editor, as well as lab hours where interns will view the Cinema Series (two films per week) and learn to craft reviews in the Film Review house style. The schedule will be set based on the selected interns’ schedules and availability. This is a 10-week internship experience.

Summer Internship Dates: June 10th – August 15th

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Film Review is committed to fostering, cultivating and preserving a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. BIPOC, Female, and LGBTQ+ identifying voices are strongly encouraged to apply

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