Woodstock Film Festival Seeks Interns

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The Woodstock Film Festival is accepting applications for the Spring, Summer, and Fall Internship Program. Departments include but are not limited to: Operations, Public Relations and Marketing, Festival Administration, Programming, Graphic Design, Photography, and Production.

Responsibilities may include: database management, film entry screening evaluations, fundraising, public relations, social media, copy editing, community outreach, industry research, production coordination, event planning, and equipment optimizing/organization.

The internship will be custom tailored depending on the intern’s individual experience and skills. Applicants with extensive knowledge of relevant software systems will be able to expand upon their experience. Programs include Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, Canva, Squarespace, Lightroom, monday.com, Google Drive, and more.

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iHeartMedia is looking for Interns! Paid Positions in Journalism, Production, Management, Marketing and Other Areas

iHeartMedia is looking for interns for in-person, paid positions in journalism, digital media production and management, marketing, PR and other areas! They have over a quarter of a billion monthly listeners and a greater reach than any other media company in the United States. They are on the lookout for innovative people to help grow our brands and products, including roles in technology, sales, on-air, live events, podcasts and traffic & weather.

“It is our mission to foster and embrace a culture that empowers our employees of all backgrounds at every level of our company to grow through creativity, curiosity and constant innovation in our ever-changing industry.” Continue reading

Still Looking for an Internship?

Once you’ve been approved for internship eligibility it can be stressful trying to find and secure an internship. One good thing about securing an internship is that you don’t need to secure one until the first day of the semester you’re interning. This means, if you don’t yet have an internship, you have all of winter break to find one. Continue reading

Sightline Media Group is Hiring Interns for Summer 23

Sightline Media Group is the leading news organization covering military, defense, C4ISR and cyber defense. Our independent, award-winning journalism offers coverage from around the globe, from Sightline headquarters in the Washington, DC area to bureaus and correspondents in the U.S. and around the world. Our brands include Defense News, Military Times, Army Times, Air Force Times, C4ISRNET, Federal Times, Marine Corps Times and Navy Times. We cover the news that is most important to U.S. troops, the defense industry and the federal workforce. Continue reading

Firelight Films and Firelight Media is Looking for Interns for Spring 23

Firelight is two separate organizations with one mission: to support communities of color in front of and behind the camera.

Firelight Media, a non-profit artist support organization, is the premier destination for non-fiction cinema by and about communities of color. Firelight Media produces documentary films, supports filmmakers of color, and cultivates audiences for their work. Firelight Media’s key programs include the Documentary Lab, the Groundwork Regional Lab, and the William Greaves Fund. Firelight Media also produces digital short films series in partnership with public media organizations. To learn more, visit firelightmedia.tv Continue reading

What To Do Once You Have Been Approved for Internship Eligibility

Once you’ve been certified eligible to intern you may find an internship (in order to graduate you must intern at least one semester). When you do this there are a few steps you have to take. First, when you are approved you will be sent a congrats email/text, make sure you not only read the email but also to save it, you will need to reference it later The congrats email has all the steps and resources you need to find and secure an internship.  Here are a few resources for where to go from here. Continue reading

Meet the Faculty: Eric Feldman to teach Milestones in Documentary

As a graduate of New York University Film School, Eric Feldman worked for 10 years in film production (FUNNY FARM, SCROOGED, and COOKIE among his credits). As producer and editor of THE DRUNKEN WARRIOR, he was invited to the prestigious Belfort Festival in France. His musical experience includes working for Atlantic Records and the Archive of Contemporary Music. Eric has worked with Splash Sound Studio in NYC and his credits include ANIMAL PRECINCT (television series on “Animal Planet”), TWO TOWNS OF JASPER (official selection in the Margaret Mead Festival) and GREENER GRASS (PBS documentary and winner on Grand Prize at BANFF Festival, Canada).

Eric has taught a variety of film studies classes on the west coast, and we’re thrilled to welcome him to SUNY New Paltz for DMJ321 Milestones in Documentary. The 3-credit upper-division elective is taught this spring; see the schedule for details.