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(Unpaid) College Credit Internship with Local (Oregon) Film and TV Producers

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Through the grapevine:

4 Local Film Producers including the Producers of the IFC series “PORTLANDIA” have work in several states of Development, Pre-Production and Post-Production. The Internship would be ideal for a student seeking a position in Business Marketing and PR, or Law with an emphasis on Entertainment.

Interns will assist with setting up Film and Television Marketing Plans:
– Coordinate the necessary legal documents
– Produce Sales and Marketing materials including Copywriting

Interns will learn Legal, Accounting and Deliverables requirements.

The ideal candidate is someone with:
Research abilities
Strong copywriting skills
Layout and design skills
Web and multimedia knowledge
Strong database management skills

Winning candidates will assist producers in all areas of production including:
Pre Production
Fundraising and sponsorship needs
Production
Post production
Legal, accounting, and deliverables fulfillment

Interns will learn alongside producers and other production personnel in a real-world environment.

Requirements: This is an unpaid internship. Candidates must receive college credit.

To Apply: Interested applicants should send a single PDF file that includes their cover letter and resume to pdxiaintern@gmail.com. Use “Marketing-PR Intern Application” in the subject line. Also please include weekly availability in the body of the email.

 

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