The National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP) is looking for a dedicated intern that will help in building and maintaining its robust communication platform through a variety of content and media platforms related to NALIP’s mission, programs and events. In addition to these communication assignments, the intern will be introduced to the major topics and issues related to arts advocacy, nonprofit management, community organizing, and communication best practices.
Apart with from learning basic administrative practices, the PR/Publicity Intern will learn how to create and execute a communications strategy that is program and events based, while adhering to our organization's mission and branding. As a NALIP team member, intern will learn and further understand how to be an effective team player in a collaborative media arts environment.
You may be asked to work A-list events (including after-parties, launches, and premieres) in which a strong professional demeanor and discretion is required.
Must have a laptop.
Endemol Shine North America is seeking an Executive Assistant with a minimum of 1-2 years of administrative experience in the
entertainment industry. This role will support the EVP of Endemol Shine Latino. Must have an interest in current programming (and will have a hand in development), professional phone manner, and familiarity with U.S Hispanic, LATAM industry players, talent in scripted and unscripted. The assistant needs to be passionate by both.
He/she will be responsible for managing heavy phones, rolling calls, setting appointments and meetings, updating calendars, booking travel, as well as coordinating alongside the creative team as needed.
Title: Associate Producer
Walt Disney Animation Studios currently has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Producer to join its team in Burbank, CA.
The Associate Producer is the master strategist for the production and is responsible, in partnership with the Producer and VFX supervisor, for the timely delivery of the movie on budget. The AP ensures that the show progresses according to plan and that schedule, budget and scope of the production are consistently aligned.
The Associate Producer functions as a strategic and tactical advisor to the Producer and manages the tier 1 leadership on the show, supporting their pursuit of creative excellence, while guiding the allocation of resources towards their endeavor. In addition, the Associate Producer interfaces with Studio leadership and the APs on other productions.
The AP is a highly influential leader on the production team and in the studio. As the part of a film’s leadership team, the AP monitors the communication and tone of the production in alignment with the studio’s long term values and culture. As such, the AP is responsible for providing guidance, experience, insight and inspiration to the crew at large.
2019 LA County Arts Internship positions will be open to currently enrolled undergraduate (2 or 4-year) college students who reside or attend college in Los Angeles County. Recent graduates may apply as long as they have completed their degree between May 1 - September 1, 2019.
Students who are invited to participate in the program will be asked to provide verification of eligibility via college transcripts, driver’s license and other documents to show enrollment status and/or LA County residence.
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NALIP Communications & Publicity Intern
NALIP’s Communications department is looking for a dedicated intern that will help in building and maintaining its robust communication platform through a variety of content and media platforms related to NALIP’s mission, programs and events. In addition to these communication assignments, the intern will be introduced to the major topics and issues related to arts advocacy, nonprofit management, community organizing, and communication best practices.
This is an unpaid internship, college credit is available. Must be available at least 3 days a week and a minimum of 4 hours a day.
Job Title: Production Assistant – Extreme Makeover Home Edition
Location: Los Angeles / NoHo Office
Date: March 25, 2019
- Support multiple departments with research projects.
- Assist the Design Department in creating documents illustrating potential makeover
- Assist the Casting Department with organizing files and videos.
- Help create PowerPoint/Keynote presentations
- Assist with office and community communications
- Help maintain information on individual projects.
- Assist the Production department with organizing camera and audio equipment
- Participate in local Casting sessions, as needed.
- Assist Locations Department with research of communities and regions.
- Possess excellent follow through skills.
- Maintain standards of strict confidentiality with respect to all matters and documents
Jon Huddle's Fourth Wall Management is looking to hire 2 motivated summer interns. Fourth Wall is made up of 5 managers representing writers/directors/actors and actresses across all media.
- 2-3 days-a-week, 10 am - 4 pm
- Offices off 3rd Street (Beverly Grove area)
- Unpaid (they will pay for your lunches up to $20, and reimburse parking)
- Starts End of May/Beginning of June (but flexible)
- Learn the ins & outs of managing top-level directors and writers in TV & Film
- Will get to review incoming material, assist with office tasks and fleshing out tracking grids
- Perform script coverage and write submission letters
- Compile writer, director and actor/actress lists for specific projects
- Track talent and attend comedy shows to scout new talent
Fourth Wall Management is an LA-based literary & talent management company that manages A-list writers and directors such as:
- Jonathan Goldstein & John Francis Daley (Game Night, Spider-Man: Homecoming)
- David Hayter (Watchmen, X-Men, Warrior Nun)
- Corinne Kingsbury (In the Dark, Fam, The Newsroom)
- Rob Lieber (Peter Rabbit)
- Alex Rubens (Rick & Morty, Big Mouth, Key & Peele, Keanu)
- Evan Spiliotopoulos (Beauty and the Beast)
- Rebecca Sugar (Steven Universe)
- Michael Dowse (Stuber, Goon)
- Clement Virgo (Greenleaf)
- Abdul Williams (Bobby Brown, the New Edition Story)
- Tyger Williams (Madam CJ Walker, Perfect Guy, Menace II Society)
- Lil Rel Howery (Get out, Uncle Drew, TAG, The Bobby Brown Story)
- The Lucas Bros (22 Jump Street)
If interested, please email your resume to Justin Weber at firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Professor, Art, Tenure-Track
About the College
Spelman College seeks teacher/scholars dedicated to excellence in teaching and to the continued enhancement of the academic environment for students and colleagues. Founded in 1881, Spelman College is a private four-year liberal arts college located in Atlanta, GA. The oldest historically Black college for women in the United States, Spelman is a member of the Atlanta University Center Consortium and Atlanta Regional Consortium for Higher Education. All tenure-track candidates are expected to have a demonstrated interest in liberal arts and sciences education, contribute effectively to undergraduate teaching, assist in curriculum development, provide service to the department and College, as well as be active in scholarly, creative, and/or research productivity appropriate to a liberal arts environment.
The Department of Art & Visual Culture at Spelman College invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor position in Art. The ideal candidate will have experience with traditional and contemporary art making practices that embrace three-dimensional art, technology, collaboration, and interdisciplinarity. Applicants are expected to be well-versed in teaching critical theories and methodologies in art making such as critical race theory, gender and sexuality theory, post-colonial theory, or de-colonial strategies.
The appointment requires a 3/3 teaching load, including introductory and advanced level courses for materials and concepts, installation art, and overseeing senior thesis projects and the annual exhibition.
Additional responsibilities include maintaining a well-articulated research and exhibition agenda, service to the department, which would include mentoring students, service the Division of the Arts and the College. The application deadline is midnight February 22, 2019. The Department of Art & Visual Culture offers majors and minors in art, art history, documentary filmmaking and photography, as well as a minor in curatorial studies. It encourages creative work that engages a variety of aesthetic and intellectual fields and social contexts, which expand the breadth of conventional art practices. Students explore materials and concepts while considering their roles as artists within broader social and political contexts.
The Department of Art & Visual Culture is part of ARTS@Spelman, which also includes the departments of Theater & Performance, Dance Performance & Choreography, Music, the Digital Moving Image Salon, the Museum of Fine Art and the Spelman College Innovation Lab. The College is planning a new innovation and arts building, which will be an interdisciplinary environment that supports and advances experimentation, collaboration, active play, research and the imaginative use of digital technologies.
The NALIP Media Summit Coordinator works closely with the NALIP’s executive director, programs manager, and board of directors to execute the largest media event for Latinos that aligns with NALIP’s mission and vision of promoting, advocating and creating opportunities for Latinos in entertainment. The coordinator will inspire the media summit team to produce the best content for the summit and the best of each other.
The NALIP Media Summit is a 4-day conference that brings together industry professionals and filmmakers to promote and advance Latinos in media, behind and in front of the camera. The Media Summit is NALIP’s staple event and remains the largest and most prestigious gathering of Latinx content creators in America. We celebrate the convergence of media and the inclusion of Latinxs as one within the general market.
Applicants are expected to be able to efficiently contribute to the team in a fast paced work environment while under pressure. Excellent communication and immense organizational skills are a must.
The National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is currently seeking to fill the position of the Latino Media Market (LMM) Coordinator. The coordinator is responsible for implementing and coordinating every aspect of the Latino Media Market program, that takes place during the NALIP Media Summit.
The Latino Media Market is a 2-day event, during the NALIP Media Summit, where selected filmmakers participate in pitch meetings with industry executives, agents, distributors, funders, and mentors to advance their current project.
The LMM coordinator will design, plan and organize all of the market’s events, conduct outreach via email and in-person engagements, maintenance of webpage, including updates and timelines for the program. The coordinator conducts research of studios, networks, agencies, management companies, venture capitalists and regional filmmaker organizations and institutions that would be interested in Latino content in film, television, documentaries, and digital web series.
A successful candidate is knowledgeable in film and television development and acquisitions, self-motivated, communicates effectively, highly-organized, and be able to multitask. A cover letter is required from each applicant.