Vision Maker Media is looking to partner American Indian and Alaska Native college students with Public Television stations to offer multiple summer internships. From all submissions, Vision Maker Media will select top student applicants who are currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate coursework for this 10-week, paid internship.
Deadline to apply for 2013: Friday March 1, 2013
For more details visit the Native American Public Telecommunications website
Professor Alexander Laing, was killed in a bicycle accident in 1978. Laing '25 was a poet, novelist and Professor of Belles Letters at the College. This award has been funded in recent years by friends of Film and Media Studies.
The winner will receive a cash prize, which will be given at the Hopkins Center Award Ceremony in May. There are two categories. One for Feature scripts (~95-120 pages long), one for Short Scripts (~8 to 20 pages long). There may be more than one winner in each category.
Primary consideration will be given to a subject's potential as effective movie material and how well the writer can convey that potential in a shootable script.
All manuscripts must be typed and submitted in triplicate on three-hole punched paper, fastened with two or three brads. Name of writer should appear on the title page only. (The Film and Media Studies Department Office can supply a 3-hole punch and brads.
Submitted manuscripts must be received by Film Studies in 319 Wilson Hall by 4:00 on Friday May 11, 2012. No late submissions will be accepted. Note that if you are off-campus, you may send in a .pdf file of your script to email@example.com by that same deadline (he will not be a judge).
[Note that ALL Dartmouth Undergraduates as well as those who graduated last spring are eligible. This is partly because most seniors were still writing their feature-length scripts when the deadline arrived.]
The Supertoon International Animation Festival is a specialized international festival for short animated films which will be held in Bol on the island of Brač, Croatia, from July 30th to August 3rd 2012.
You are kindly invited to submit your film produced after 1st January 2010 in one of the following categories:
ANIMATED MUSIC VIDEOS
Official music videos, commissioned animated videos made specifically to promote music pieces.
FILMS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH
Animated works produced and distributed specifically for children and youth audiences. When a serial is the case, only one episode is eligible.
SHORT ANIMATED FILMS
Short-format, non-commissioned animated films or videos.
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Dates: Feb 20th to March 10th
Locations: Throughout New Hampshire communities surrounding Manchester and the
Claremont / Lake Sunapee area.
We are looking for interns that have some experience in film, are excited to learn (and work long hours), and want to be apart of making this small film as great as we possible can.
Please send resumes and primary area of interest to our coordinator:
The Boston Student Arts Network (BSAN) is excited to announce the launch of their First Annual Boston Student Film Fest. The month long online film festival is open to all genres and subjects completed within the past year by undergraduate and graduate students attending schools all over New England. The new venture fills a void in the local film industry, recognizing film students in a public space to people all over the country. Films will be chosen by the Directors of BSAN, and online voting will take place from Monday, March 12th – Friday, April 6th. The public will have the opportunity to vote on their favorite films for audience's awards and a jury of local film professionals will give out a number of judge's awards consisting of scholarships and other prizes.
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Museum of the Moving Image offers full-time, paid summer internships. Under
the supervision of department heads, interns have the opportunity to learn
about the full range of Museum operations. Undergraduates entering their
senior year in Fall 2012, college graduates, and graduate students are
eligible to apply.
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Astrea Media, a small non-profit organization dedicated to making films on human rights issues located in Norwich, VT (close to the Dartmouth campus), is seeking an intern to work on the distribution for Orgasm Inc., a documentary film about pleasure and the medicalization of sex (www.orgasminc.org), and production on new projects. In addition, the intern will work on the creation of an inter-campus student network of organizations concerned with gender issues.
Film Production and Outreach Interns should have a high level of interest in social justice issues and independent film production and distribution. They will work on pre-production, research, and production on documentary projects. The internship will also entail helping with distribution and outreach for Orgasm Inc., a documentary film on women's health issues (www.orgasminc.org). By working with a successful independent filmmaker on a high-profile project, he/she would gain invaluable knowledge about the nuts and bolts of indie filmmaking and social justice advocacy.
Network Interns should have a high level of interest in activism, feminism and social justice. By working on the creation of a student network, the intern will interact with student leaders across college campuses and gain invaluable experience working on social justice advocacy.
Website Interns will work on the creation of a social networking site for collegiate gender organizations across the country. Interns should have experience developing and working on websites or the background knowledge to do so. By working on the creation of the website, the intern will gain valuable experience in website development that will be translatable into almost every sector. Experience with WordPress, Drupal, and/or HTML is desirable in addition to the general qualifications listed below.
ALL interns will be expected to have the following skills: computer literate (Macintosh); excellent communication skills; a diligent, enthusiastic and responsible character, and the initiative to work on one's own.
Available winter and/or spring.
Send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (702) 301-5002.
Astrea Media Inc.
PO Box 254
Norwich, VT 05055
"In the Mix" is the Emmy award winning weekly series on PBS that covers critical issues for young adults. It is documentary style and has been reviewed as "MTV meets 20/20." We are a small production office in NYC and depend on interns, both in production and post production. Experience with digital cameras and Final Cut Pro editing is important. Interns receive appropriate on-screen credit, such as Editor, Camera/Audio and recommendations, which are useful for someone going into this field. Initiative and creativity are welcome...no one gets coffee or makes copies.
We also distribute our programs for educational use and need an intern who can market both online and off to raise awareness of the series. Experience with use of social media and updating websites is important. After orientation, some of this work can also be done at home. We have had great Dartmouth interns in the past.
For more information, please check out our website www.inthemix.org, especially the "Intern Diaries" in Behind the Scene. Local transportation is reimbursed.
Please call Executive Producer Sue Castle 914 769-2108 and email resume to email@example.com.
- Description: Honduras Global Health Documentary shorts for ACTS (http://actshonduras.org/)
- Requirements: Must be proficient in Spanish, Final Cut-Pro or Avid.
- Dates: Nov. 2011 – Jan. 2012 with opportunity to continue on other Health film pieces
- If interested, please send CV to Molly.firstname.lastname@example.org
We are very excited to invite staff and students to enter Eco Arts Awards, short film and video competition. We are offering one thousand dollars to the most original and inspired interpretation of the Ecology theme. The maximum length is 15 minutes and the deadline is November 30, 2011. Please visit www.ecoartsawards.com for detailed information about the competition! This is our first year with this competition! Though we have several film Festival directors on our panel of jurors, we are strickly an online competition, and we anticipate much could happen for the winning entries. Please help us spread the word! If you want more information, by all means contact me directly.
Eco Arts Awards
T: +1 828 575 3979
To faculty, alumni, and current students,
Call for submissions from contemporary artists and filmmakers creating work that
incorporates Super 8mm, 16mm, 35mm or altered light projections as part of a live
performance or installation. We believe there is magic in seeing a film print
projected, a presence a poet has when reading their own work, a feeling that resonates
in your chest when seeing music performed live. For these reasons we encourage
live projections with live additional audio/visual/performative elements. More
information on the event history, previous years participants, images, entry details
and entry form can be found here: http://www.mononoawarefilm.com
NO ENTRY FEE
Deadline: November 9th 2011
Exhibition: December 3rd 2011 Brooklyn, New York
This event is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund
of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by the Brooklyn
Arts Council, Inc (BAC), by the participants of MNA filmmaking workshops, KODAK,
ADOBE, DIJIFI, and PAC-LAB. Mono No Aware is a sponsored project of Fractured
Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the purposes
of Mono No Aware must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible
to the extent permitted by law.
Festival Dates: December 2 & 3, 2011
Entry Deadline: October 15, 2011 (postmark)
Deadline November 8, 2011
Amount Up to $30,000
The NEA is interested in novel and significant research questions that will lead
to greater public understanding of the contribution of the arts. Grantees may
use either existing or newly established datasets to conduct their research. The
resulting projects will help determine the usefulness of various datasets to arts-related
research - including those not previously used for that purpose. Through this
grant opportunity, the NEA hopes to further expand the pool of researchers knowledgeable
about arts and culture datasets. NEA staff will be conducting a webinar on the
Research: Art Works guidelines on October 11, 2011. Registration is required.
Cinetic Media – www.cineticmedia.com- is a leading provider of strategic advisory services to the entertainment and media industries. Key areas of concentration include film finance, film sales, corporate consultation (strategy and finance), analytical data collection, research and digital rights management as well as talent management. The firm's clients range from multi-national media companies to individual motion picture producers and directors. Since its founding, Cinetic has been instrumental in putting together films written and directed by the industry's most innovative and groundbreaking filmmakers.
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