Providence Pictures is seeking interns for the Spring 2012 semester.
Providence Pictures, Inc. is an award-winning film and video production company specializing in documentaries on science, history, art, and culture. Providence Pictures programs air worldwide including on National Geographic, Discovery Channel, History Channel, and NOVA on PBS. Through stunning photography, powerful narrative, inventive animation, and cinematic re-enactment, Providence Pictures documentaries translate complicated ideas into simple, compelling stories.
Interns at Providence Pictures actively particpate in the development of new program pitches to major networks, as well as assist in research for currently commissioned projects. We are looking for energetic and innovative interns with a range of backgrounds and interests both in the subject matter of our projects and in the process of media creation itself. Research topics vary. Our current projects focus on ancient history, architecture, anthropology, engineering, U.S. history, and forensic science, humanities and modern culture. We also are continuing our work on an ancient engineering and architecture series.
The internship requires a minimum commitment of 8-10 hours/ week done over 2 shifts. We also ask that interns participate in a monthly development meeting with other staff and interns.
Interested students can send a brief paragraph about themselves, along with a resume and short writing sample on a subject that interests them, to: Maureen Barden Lynch (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more information about Providence Pictures, please visit: http://www.providencepictures.com