Are you curious about how a film festival is made and interested in documentary film? Then you should apply for one of our internships!
HUMAN International Documentary Film Festival is Oslo’s largest documentary film festival, and presents new Norwegian and International documentaries in combination with debates, talks, seminars and workshops, art exhibitions, theater plays, concerts and more. The festival consists of two competition programs and a manifold program focusing on human rights, social and political issues, global development and peace and conflict.
We hereby invite you to take part in the planning of the 2020 festival’s debates and other events and/or in the festival team’s communication work. If you work or study within social sciences or communication and marketing, this is a very good opportunity for you to get to know the behind the scenes of a festival and get experience with festival work.
HUMAN idff 2020 takes place in Oslo from 24 February to 1 March.
What does the internship entail?
Communication. You will assist and contribute in the work of giving the audience good information about the festival events. This work will involve brainstorming, text writing, image editing, web publishing and the like.
Research and planning of events. You will assist in the research work in connection with the planning of debates and other festival events.
The work will take place through working group meetings every other week (duration about two hours) and individual work between the meetings. The working period will be from November 1 to March 1.
You will have free access to film screenings, debates and other festival events during the festival, and will receive a certificate.
Who is this internship for?
The scheme is suitable for those who study or work in the social sciences or in communication and marketing. As part of the working group, you will gain insight into how to create a festival and have the opportunity to work out a public debate from the idea stage to the carrying out of the event. If you have good writing skills and/or experience with visual work and marketing you will also get to work with the festival’s various media platforms and contribute with good ideas on how the festival reaches its audience best.
- You must have started or completed relevant higher education.
- You must be proficient in Norwegian and English in writing and orally.
- Experience with InDesign is advantageous, but no prerequisite.
Something for you?
Send CV and motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: 25 October.
Do you have questions? Contact Program Manager Silje Viki (email@example.com/ 95 27 87 21)