Full Frame Accepting Applications for Programming and Production Interns

Photograph by Christopher Lusk

Photograph by Christopher Lusk

The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is accepting applications for spring internships (college credit available) in two departments in anticipation of the upcoming festival, April 3–6, 2014, in Durham, North Carolina. Programming interns will become familiar with the submission and selection processes, obtaining an overall view of how festival content is determined and exhibited. Applicants should have an interest in film and documentary work. Production interns will become familiar with the behind-the-scenes aspect of the festival, obtaining an overall view of festival logistics, hospitality needs, and landscape preparation. Applicants should have an interest in event planning and setup. Note: Both of the internships are unpaid. Applications must be received by Friday, December 6, 2013. Interviews will tentatively take place December 10–13. For more information on the positions and how to apply, click here. Interns in both departments will work ten to twenty hours a week from January through the end of April, with fewer hours at the beginning and more each week as the festival approaches. During the festival, interns work at least sixteen to twenty hours. Interns will receive a Volunteer Pass to the festival, allowing them to attend films and other events when they are not required to work.

The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is a program of the Center for Documentary Studies.

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