Cinereach was created in 2006 by young filmmakers, philanthropists and entrepreneurs to champion vital stories, artfully told. The young not-for-profit facilitates the creation of films that challenge, excite, innovate, offer new perspectives and inspire action through three initiatives: Grants & Awards, The Reach Film Fellowship and Productions. Cinereach has awarded well over $2.5 million in grants and achievement awards to more than 40 feature films. Recent highlights include October Country, a new documentary by Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher, which won Best American Documentary at Silverdocs and Entre Nos a fiction film by Paola Mendoza and Gloria La Morte, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival this year and took home an Audience Award at the Newport International Film Festival. Both films continue to garner accolades on the national and international festival circuit.
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Interested in media for social change? Passionate about independent film? Cinereach, a nonprofit film production company and grantmaker, offers an array of internship opportunities. You'll be involved with the Communications, Grants, and/or Productions department and your responsibilities may include writing copy, assisting fellowship recipients with their productions, website and database-related projects, film industry research, special events and more. Candidates should be familiar with Mac computers and programs such as Microsoft Office and Mail, and have strong writing and interpersonal skills. A background or interest in film is a must and familiarity with database software, HTML, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator a bonus.
8 - 12 hours/week; days/times flexible