We are an environmental and human rights non-profit seeking a creative and passionate Editor to work on one of our feature documentaries.
We are inviting a Documentary Film Editorto work closely with the Director and team of researchers on our upcoming feature length documentary: The Extraordinary Passage of the Great White Hunter. Beginning with scientific expeditions to Africa and Southeast Asia in the 1920s and 1930s, the film examines the key players in early international conservation efforts and explores the influence of politics and social policies that continue to influence the modern Climate Change movement.
Applicants must have prior experiencewith Premiere Pro and After Effects - minimum of 3 years is preferred. Candidates should also be comfortable troubleshooting and in all aspects of post-production. This opportunity requiresprior film production and post production experience. Applicants should possess the ability to work independently and take initiative in a resource-limited environment, as well as work in a team.
We welcome editors with an interest in the environment, history, or humanitarian and social justice causes.
Schedule : Minimum of 25 hr/wk, full time (40 hr/wk) preferred
Compensation : Unpaid internship. Off-duty professionals welcome. Students can receive college credit.
Location : Convenient to public transportation (Kendall Square area)
Job Type : Non-profit. Minimum 3-month commitment.
Job Type: Internship