Tribeca Film Center Internship Profile
- "Learn the nitty-gritty of producing a film"
- "Work side-by-side with established and up-and-coming producers"
Industries: Film, Broadcast and Cable
Locations: New York, NY
Number of Interns: 11 - 20
Compensation/Benefits: Unpaid, Academic Credit
Responsibilities: Accounting, Administrative, Film, Television and Radio, Public Relations
Jane Rosenthal and Robert De Niro founded Tribeca Entertainment in 1989 with the intent of making it the center of film, television and new media in New York. The company boasts Tribeca Productions, the Tribeca Film Institute and several independent commercial industrial film companies. In 2002, the center introduced the Tribeca Film Festival, which was attended by more than 150,000 people in its first year alone, generating more than $10.4 million in revenue. Recent movie releases through Tribeca include About a Boy, Analyze That and Showtime.
Interns are assigned a variety of duties based on their interests and skills. Departments that employ interns usually include executive services, customer relations, administrative and clerical duties, accounting, operations and production.
Rolling. Submit a resume and cover letter with your availability dates and the semester for which you are applying.
Open to college students, grad students and recent graduates.