Media Production Intern, Institute of Art and Ideas (IAI)

Description

The Institute of Art and Ideas is looking for an enthusiastic Media Production Intern to join the team of our rapidly growing online media platform IAI.TV. Total Politics has called the IAI “Europe’s answer to TED” and with weekly releases of debates, talks and podcasts - involving world leading thinkers, politicians and scientists - we are well placed to help enrich the culture of online content. Having just completed our first real life festival in over 2 years, HowTheLightGetsIn London 2021, we are looking to expand our post production team.

As media production intern you will work closely with the media production team, working from our offices in North London and from home. The role will be mainly focused on multi-camera editing of live debates, talks and music filmed at our annual festival HowTheLightGetsIn, as well as other high profile IAI events. You will be trained to edit in a professional workflow alongside experienced editors. You will also have the chance to work on social media campaigns and prepare a wide range of material from festival trailers to concert videos and podcasts. You will be responsible for the production of high level online content for release on our streaming platform, our growing YouTube channel and for international clients. We are also looking for someone with experience in social media content creation as this is an area we are looking to expand into.

The successful candidate will also be an integral part of the team at all of our upcoming online and live events helping to create new and exciting video content. The role has great scope for rapid advancement, in particular in the fields of post-production. There will even be the opportunity to take a leading role in the filming team for our next festival in May 2022.

Experience editing with Adobe Premiere Pro is necessary and a keen enthusiasm to work in media is a must!

Internships will be paid, full time and will last up to 6 months.

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