Location: California State University, Los Angeles
Department of Television, Film and Media Studies
POSITION: Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Television Writing, MFA Program in Television, Film and Theatre
STARTING DATE: Fall 2016
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Supports the Sundance Institute Stories of Change initiative (50%), conducts research and assists in the development phase of the Documentary Film Program Creative Producing Initiative (25%) and supports other Documentary Film Program core initiatives (25%).
The Outfest Forward Manager works under the guidance of the Director of Programming to provide program management for the Outfest Screenwriting Lab, OutSet: The Young Filmmakers Project, InFusion, IndustryLink and other related initiatives.
The intern will assist with Latino Lens, Diverse Women in Media Initiative’s Residency Labs and Access Programs. The intern will review the application process, update existing database, research regional filmmaker organizations and institutions, with particular emphasis on diversity. Intern will conduct ongoing outreach to sister organizations and industry network, film markets and festivals, etc. to identify potential supporters, allies and resources. In addition, intern will assist with social media outreach, including updates and timelines for the program via the NALIP website and newsletter.
The Communications Intern will assist NALIP’s Communications Manager in building and maintaining its robust communication platform through a variety of content and media platforms related to NALIP’s mission, programs and events: blog posts, original web content and videos, newsletter curation and its articles, social media posts, and press releases. 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.
An immediate opportunity is available for a Senior Social Media Editor to join our cross-functional, collaborative team. Help us build award-winning, media-rich websites and social media campaigns that connect audiences with some of the most trusted media brands in the world.
Location: New York
The selected intern will assist the NALIP LMM team develop and produce the 2015 Latino Media Market and Access Programs. Concurrent with the annual NALIP Media Summit, the Latino Media Market (LMM) is a professional meeting series designed to bring NALIP members and their projects together with funders, studio executives, distributors, broadcasters, and employers.
The internship opportunity in the editorial and graphic department will broaden the selected interns' horizons by providing them the experience in publishing, design and more. This internship is unpaid but benefits include experience in non-profits, acquirement of college credit if needed, and a transportation stipend. Full-time and Part-time positions are available.
The Social & Digital Content Manager is responsible for the development and production of content, promotions and user generated elements centered on news, entertainment lifestyle and events in the specific local market. He or she will have to be well versed in digital narrative and be able to maximize the usage of multimedia resources.