Internships

Film Society of Lincoln Center interns gain valuable experience while working at one of the world’s premiere non-profit cinemas. Internship applicants must be students seeking course credit.

Public Relations Fall Internship 

Description:

The Film Society of Lincoln Center is looking for a motivated, determined, and organized candidate to join our public relations team. The ideal candidate must be in college to receive college credit and available two days a week during the hours 10:30 – 5:00 (can be flexible). Past PR experience in the film industry is preferred.

Responsibilities:

  • Collecting press breaks, tracking and organizing all incoming press, and keeping press archives organized

  • Sending out DVDs to journalists, helping check in press at press screenings

  • Shadowing publicists on red carpets and helping with talent as needed

  • Conducting research for retrospectives and film series.

*This is an unpaid internship*

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Special Events Internship

The Events Assistant will support the Events team in a broad range of administration and production duties.  These duties include, but are not limited to assisting with the RSVP process and updating guest lists, helping on-site with events, and supporting day to day administrative tasks in the office. The events assistant will support multiple spring projects including Rendez-vous with French Cinema, New Directors/New Films festival and the 45th Annual Chaplin Gala honoring Helen Mirren.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES

  • Assist with RSVP process and update guests lists with thorough communication to necessary parties

  • Manage guest check-in on site

  • Oversee set up of on-site events

  • Organize printed materials

  • Procure and organize supplies for events

EXPERIENCE/SKILLS REQUIRED

  • High School Diploma with some course work at a 4-year college or university

  • Availability two-three days a week

  • Willingness to learn the organization’s invite systems

  • Thorough organization and communication skills

  • Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft excel and google docs

  • Detail oriented

  • Ability to show discrepancy when sharing sensitive information

  • A “can do” attitude and desire to learn

  • Flexibility to work evenings and/or weekends as driven by events calendar

  • Customer service experience a plus

  • Heavy lifting required.

SUPERVISION

Director of Special Events, Special Events Manager

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Educational Internship

Description:

Works closely with the Director of Education to support the successful completion of our Educational Database including, but not limited to:

●      Information gathering via phone calls and internet research
●      Data input

The Film Society of Lincoln Centers Education Department is currently seeking an Administrative Volunteer for the winter, 2017/2018. PLEASE NOTE: Must be available 2-3 full days per week.

Principal Duties:

●      Knowledge of Excel spreadsheets
●      Excellent written and oral English Language communication
●      Attention to detail
●      Ability to work with a tight deadline
●      An interest in Film and/or Education
●      A current final-year university student or degree holder
●      Proven ability to work within a diverse community

** Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus

** A product of the NYC Public School System a plus

Responsibilities:

Works closely with the Director of Education to prepare educational materials for our in-school Film Society Kids Program, including but not limited to:

  • ·         Making copies
  • ·         Delivering materials to school partners
  • ·         Preparing film props

Commitment:
Up to 15 hours per week (additional hours available)

SUPERVISION:

Director of Education

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