From: Bill Seery (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Apr 23 2007 - 21:36:57 PDT
Please pass this along to anyone who may be interested
Summer Internship Available at MercerMedia
We provide a full range of media services including video editing,
sound design, audio post production, DVD authoring, radio production
and magnetic media preservation.
Our primary focus is on experimental, documentary and social issue
work. Some of our recent clients and projects include Carolee
Schneemann with Bill Brand (Kitch's Last Meal), Chris Marker with
Lynne Sachs (Vive la Baleine), Judith Helfand and Dan Gold
(Everything's Cool), Cynthia Wade (Freeheld), Bill Plympton (Hair
High), Alan Berliner (Wide Awake), Aldo Tambellini, Jenny Perlin,
James Nares, Helene Aylon, and FAIR (Counterspin)
We are searching for someone to assist in day to day operations
including studio management, transfers, media preparation, database
entry and other technical and organizational duties. This is an
unpaid position but we are happy to provide college credit, if possible.
What We Offer
A creative, informal work environment that provides a unique learning
experience. During your internship you will have the opportunity to
learn: how to transfer audio and video, magnetic media preservation,
including cleaning, and restoration, database management, principles
of time code and editing, sound design, audio editing and mixing, and
other skills useful in the post production field. We also encourage
interns to sit in and observe sessions.
Who We’re Looking For
A reliable, responsible person who is interested in and knowledgeable
about experimental film, video and related media.
All applicants should be Macintosh computer literate and have a basic
understanding of film and video systems. Applicants should be self
directed, detail oriented and motivated. We offer an easy-going,
supportive, instructive environment to learn and grow.
How to Apply
Email a brief letter of inquiry and a resume to email suppressed
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.