SPRING 2009: Internet Marketing/Film Distribution/Film Promotion Internship (2 positions available)
This is an opportunity for an intern to:
understand non-theatrical film distribution
learn about how to develop a successful online social networking portfolio that can add to
her/his film resume/portfolio
increase her/his chances for a paid position in this field upon graduation.
To succeed in this position, you will be expected to utilize:
Effective Internet research skills and a passion for the Web
Strong writing quality to produce compelling and professional emails
The initiative to develop creative partnership ideas
Strong phone skills and a thick skin
Dogged determination to problem solve and create excellence
Our goal is to explore new opportunities on the internet with our films.
We want to create a buzz on the web that will lead to sales of the film, THE LADIES ROOM and our
soon to be produced film, SOLE SISTERS.
This will involve giving the films a presence on YOUTUBE and other popular sites.
We want to develop new audiences and new markets.
Central to our success is the ability to create a following online for our films via blogs, social
You will be exposed to all aspects of internet marketing.
Internship duties will expand as we explore the ever-changing opportunities on the web.
Each week, the staff meets to review goals, set timelines for completion of specific objectives and
discuss success/roadblocks in marketing and distribution of films.
Before we contact a student regarding an internship, Media Projects requires:
Internship Application on file
You can download the application from our www.mediaprojects.org, complete the questions and then
email the electronic copy on to me at email@example.com.
In 2009, Media Projects, Inc. continues the marketing and distribution of two feature length documentary
films - A Fair To Remember (Winner of the 2008 Lone Star EMMY, 2007 Cine Golden Eagle, 2008 Remi
and 2008 Telly Award, released in 2007) and The Monster Among Us (premiered in March 2008,
screened at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. this summer, and is screening weekly
at film festivals, community centers and on college campuses nationwide and in Europe).
We will also be premiering our newest film, A Reason To Live, which addresses depression and suicide
in young adults, in the early months of next year. Promotion of this documentary will include
public/primary school professionals and the therapeutic community, in addition to our customary
Please feel free to forward these job descriptions to your students and colleagues. I encourage all of you
to visit our website and review our film library at www.mediaprojects.org. Encourage your students to
contact me should they have additional questions and concerns related to the internships - I will be happy
to answer their questions!