Lionsgate Spring 2018 Internship Opportunities
The Lionsgate Internship Program is designed to provide interested students with a hands-on experience in the entertainment industry.
Santa Monica, CA / January 16 – April 6, 2018 / 20 hours per week maximum
LIONSGATE is the leading independent filmed entertainment studio with a strong and diversified presence in motion pictures, television programming, home entertainment, family entertainment, video-on-demand and digital distribution of content.
The Lionsgate Internship Program is designed to provide interested students with a hands-on experience in the entertainment industry.
Please read the following information carefully before submitting an application.
The Lionsgate Spring 2018 Internship program dates are: January 16 – April 6, 2018.
The last day to apply is Wednesday, October 25, 2017 at 5PM PST. Applications received after this date will not be considered.
All interns are required to attend orientation on either Tuesday, January 16, 2018 OR Wednesday, January 17, 2018.
All internships are located in Santa Monica, CA, unless otherwise stated. Interns must provide their own housing and transportation.
Interns can work a minimum of 10 hours/week and up to a maximum of 20 hours/week.
All internships are paid.
Interns must be current sophomores through recent grads (within 6 months of internship start date).
All candidates must submit a cover letter, resume and completed application questions. Click on your preferred area(s) of interest to begin the process. Applications that do not contain a cover letter and resume will be considered incomplete. Incomplete applications will not be considered.The Lionsgate Internship Program offers internship opportunities in many departments. All candidates applying should keep in mind that they may be considered for departments not listed.
Codeblack Films: Codeblack Films interns will gain valuable marketing insight as it relates to social media, digital and field marketing. They will source content for Codeblack’s social media Facebook pages. They will proofread and upload articles and photos for Codeblack report blog. You will attend marketing meetings and provide feedback. You will source images and facts for specialized monthly campaigns. Interns will follow the trade and update the team on current industry events. A candidate that has experience with digital and social media marketing, copy writing skills, and knowledge of giving coverage, is preferred.
Corporate Communications: Interns will be responsible for collating media coverage on various announcements on a daily basis as well as work closely with other members of the department in drafting writing materials as assigned by supervisor. Other responsibilities include organizing and maintaining department folders and files, coordinating executive photoshoots and updating executive briefing book.
Digital Studios - Development: The interns in the TV Digital Production department will have the opportunity to complete coverage and assist on various projects. By the end of the semester, interns will have learned a basic understanding of the Lionsgate TV department, how to write good coverage, how to cover a desk, and basic office etiquette. The position requires a reliable, self-motivated hardworking individual with a great attitude and desire to learn. The majority of your time here will be spent reading TV scripts, feature scripts, novels, plays, international formats and writing coverage. We expect our interns to have strong written and verbal communications skills.
Franchise Management - Consumer Products: Interns on the Global Consumer Products team will assist with: creating pitch decks and presentations, conduct market research, creative approval process, tradeshow preparation, work on ad-hoc projects and provide department administrative support. The ideal candidate will have knowledge and/or interest in Consumer Products, excellent skills in Photoshop, Illustrator, MS Office applications (PowerPoint, Excel, Word , Outlook), problem solving skills and be a self-starter.
Franchise Management – Global Live & Location Based Entertainment: Lionsgate Global Live and Location Based Entertainment is looking for a creative and organized intern to join our dynamic team. You should have an interest in learning about and developing skills related to the design and production of theme parks, live shows, and attractions. Our team is experienced, hardworking, highly detail oriented and versatile. Ideally, applicants will have excellent oral and written communication skills, the ability to work independently, and a strong interest in learning about the Location Based Entertainment industry. Excellent computer skills are a must with experience working in the Adobe Creative Suite. 3D modeling and/or CAD are a plus. A strong interest in entering the Location Based Entertainment field is preferred.
Grindstone - Film Development: The primary duties of the development internship with Grindstone will be helping the acquisitions and development teams read and cover scripts. Other tasks include but are not limited to: social media research, marketing presentations, creation of sales planning slides, trailer updates and downloads, and trailer views tracking. Administrative duties to assist in Grindstone’s day to day operation will be assigned as needed. Ideal candidates will have a love of genre films, a positive attitude, and be a self-starter.
Home Entertainment Marketing - Creative Services A/V: The Creative Services A/V Department is responsible for the creation of trailers and TV spots that are used to promote all of Lionsgate’s titles that are distributed on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital and VOD platforms. Intern responsibilities will include general administrative duties, transcribing, DVD duplication and authoring, A/V file conversions, preparing trailer and TV spot submissions for outside approvals, asset trafficking, and maintaining the department’s vault database. The successful candidate will be a highly motivated self-starter with strong interpersonal, organizational, and computer skills. Must have strong aspirations to pursue a career in the film industry. Familiarity with various digital A/V formats, both PC and Mac platforms, MS Office, QuickTime, Compressor, DVD Studio Pro, Avid and Final Cut Pro are preferred.
Home Entertainment - Global Content Delivery: The Global Content Delivery team is seeking an intern that will support the Worldwide Content Servicing group in executing domestic and international TV Series and feature films delivery operations. Interns will assist with processes and data related to Worldwide Content Servicing. They will support the delivery and mastering processes, assisting in the organized archival of library and current title documents and elements. Other duties and/or special projects maybe assigned.
Home Entertainment Marketing - Creative Services Design: The Creative Services department is responsible for the creation of artwork for all of Lionsgate’s titles that are distributed on DVD, Blu-ray, Digital and VOD platforms. The ideal intern should be self-motivated, creative and have a passion for design and work with the mentality of “no job too small.” Responsibilities will include assisting department in various creative projects such as creating assets for social campaigns and digital platforms, working within creative server, assisting project managers, and more.
Home Entertainment Publicity: The Home Entertainment Publicity intern will have the opportunity to assist with premiere planning, press breaks and industry/press research. They will be trained on how to distribute press breaks and PR plans as well as help with project-based assignments. Candidates must be proficient in Microsoft Office and have strong communication skills.
Information Technology (IT) – Business Analytics & Data Science: Interns will have the opportunity to foster real world experience in a fast paced, exciting, groundbreaking environment. This intern will support efforts related to business intelligence, data science, data governance, SQL, R & Tableau. The intern will be trained on analytics tools, including Tableau server 9.0, big data technologies and key performance indicators and metrics for the media & entertainment industry. Preferred candidates will be working toward a Masters degree in computer science or engineering, exposure to modern analysis tools and techniques, and a natural interest in architecting solutions to support promotion of Lionsgate films and television products.
Information Technology (IT) – Data Analytics: The Information Technology, Data & Analytics intern will have the opportunity to foster real world experience in a fast paced, exciting, groundbreaking environment. This intern will support efforts related to business intelligence, data science, data governance, SQL, R & Tableau, SAP BW and BOBJ. The intern will be trained on analytics tools, which might include Tableau server 9.0, big data technologies, SAP BI and key performance indicators, metrics and reporting for the media & entertainment industry. Preferred candidates will be working toward a Masters degree in computer science or engineering, exposure to modern analysis tools and techniques, and a natural interest in architecting solutions to support promotion of Lionsgate films and television products.
Information Technology (IT) – Security: The IT Security intern will assist with evaluating, designing, monitoring, administering and/or implementing cyber security systems, policies and processes, and other special projects as designated by the Director of IT Security. Additionally, the intern will provide input on research, analysis and troubleshooting of various security issues. The intern works under direct supervision and performs routine work assignments to support other team members. Because this internship is so highly specialized, candidates must currently be enrolled in a university program pursuing a bachelor's or advanced degree in Information Security, Information Technology or related degree field. Candidates should have knowledge and/or experience with: ISO 27001, ITIL, Programming/scripting (Java, Bash, Python, PERL, powershell), Vulnerability Scanning, Incident Response, Penetration Testing, Microsoft Active Directory, Anti-Malware solutions, Computer Forensics, Data Loss Prevention, Patch Management, Encryption, Malware Research, Multi Factor Authentication, Strong written and oral communications skills.
Interactive Ventures and Games: Lionsgate’s Interactive Ventures and Games team is looking for a driven and enthusiastic intern. Interactive Ventures & Games is focused on developing quality gaming experiences, adapting pop-culture phenomena’s or video games into engaging film or television experiences, and making strategic investments in gaming or technology companies. We are also deeply involved with building out Lionsgate’s virtual reality business. Applicants must have a strong interest in mobile/tablet/console gaming as well as the film/TV space, be well versed in business development and business strategy, have proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), social media savviness, attention to detail and an eagerness to learn.
Internal Audit and Compliance: Interns will gain experience in the Internal Audit and Compliance department at a growing entertainment studio. Prospective applicants will be exposed to how the audit department identifies company risks (both financial and IT), what controls are used to address risks and how audit tests the controls as part of the company’s Sarbanes Oxley compliance process. Interns will be exposed to many of the departments in the company such as Theatrical, TV Sales, Marketing, Production, Domestic and International Sales, Merchandising, and Business and Legal Affairs. You may be exposed to various modules of the company’s SAP financial system. You will work in a highly motivated, innovative, and resource team environment. You will be challenged to think analytically and hopefully bring a unique perspective to our team. A basic proficiency with MS Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, etc.) is necessary. Audit, Accounting and Finance students are preferred, but other majors feel free to apply as well.
International Distribution: Interns can expect to gain a diverse learning experience as they assist the Lionsgate International Distribution department in a fast-paced and dynamic office environment. Daily tasks students should expect to handle include, updating international theatrical/home entertainment overviews, competitive release schedules, and analyzing international box office data, as well as ad hoc projects when required. Interns will assist the International Distribution team in preparation for international film markets, including Cannes. In addition, interns will help our International Promotions team by organizing promotional materials and updating artwork files. This internship will give students the opportunity to learn about various market trends and territories. Interns should be proficient with Microsoft Office, particularly Excel and Outlook. Any interest in International Business is highly encouraged.
International Marketing – Marketing, Publicity & Promotions: The International Marketing & Publicity intern will have the opportunity to gain first-hand experience on how both Lionsgate and Summit theatrical titles are executed across multiple territories around the world. Interns will be expected to help with reviewing domestic and international daily breaks, updating distributor contact sheets, gathering material for marketing strategy docs, supporting the team at local press events (i.e. premieres, press junkets and press days), helping with promo items and materials, assisting with the season’s upcoming festival and market preparations, and any other administrative tasks as needed. Students with a concentration or interest in marketing and publicity are highly encouraged to apply. Fluency in Mandarin is a plus but not required.
Investor Relations: Intern responsibilities will include keeping track of investor contact and marketing history, identifying potential target investors, updating corporate presentation slide deck, reading & analyzing Analyst reports and helping with investor perception studies. Ideal candidates will have excellent communication skills, and have knowledge of Microsoft Office namely Word, Excel & Outlook.
Legal - Digital Games, Virtual Reality & Location Based Entertainment: Our team is looking for an intern to assist with drafting agreements, reviewing agreements and other local documents and prepare legal analyses of rights and responsibilities, etc. candidates must currently be enrolled in a law school, have excellent communication skills, and have knowledge of Microsoft Office namely Word and Excel. Previous experience in the entertainment industry is a plus but is not required. This internship is highly specialized, candidates must currently be enrolled in a law school.
Legal – Corporate: Our team is looking for a legal intern that will assist with drafting various types of content production and content development agreements for Lionsgate’s digital studio group. Interns will draft various types of promotion, advertising, and vendor agreements for Lionsgate’s marketing group. Ideal candidates will have taken courses in copyright law and trademark law. This internship is highly specialized, candidates must currently be enrolled in a law school, have excellent communication skills, and have knowledge of Microsoft Office namely Word, Excel & Outlook.
Legal – Worldwide Television (WWTV) & Digital Distribution: Our intern will assist with agreement and amendment drafting, legal research, clip and still agreements, dubbing agreements, and corporate compliance. Because this internship is so highly specialized, candidates must currently be enrolled in a law school, have excellent communication skills, and have knowledge of Microsoft Office namely Word and Excel. Previous experience in the entertainment industry is a plus but is not required. This internship is highly specialized, candidates must currently be enrolled in a law school.
Legal - Corporate Development & Finance: Interns will assist with updating and maintaining copyright databases. Responsibilities will include drafting production loan documents, purchase agreements and other needed agreements.
Legal – Corporate Governance: Our intern will assist the department with reviewing legal documents, working on copyright supplements, assisting in entity formation, drafting corporate documents, revise NDAs, etc. They will also manage corporate minute books and manage corporate subsidiary database. This internship is so highly specialized, candidates must currently be enrolled in a law school, have excellent communication skills, and have knowledge of Microsoft Office namely Word and Excel. Previous experience in the entertainment industry is a plus but is not required.
Legal - Legal Clearances: The Legal Clearances intern will be responsible for legal compliance and clearance for all material related to production and distribution of content for Lionsgate and subsidiaries. Daily tasks include working with in-house and third party producers, directors, guilds, agents, managers and talent; heavy negotiating; drafting multiple licenses, quitclaims and clearance requests. This internship is highly specialized, candidates must currently be enrolled in a law school, have excellent communication skills, and have knowledge of Microsoft Office namely Word and Excel.
Legal – Rights Management: Legal interns in this department will assist the Rights Management team with a variety of tasks including: analysis and abstracting of feature output, library and acquisition agreements; reviewing television co-financing, co-production and license agreements; and assisting with preliminary research into location-based, video game and merchandising rights availability with respect to both current and library properties. Additionally, legal interns will provide support by fielding rights inquiries from various departments including feature acquisitions, television development and sales. All students must be in their 2L or 3L year at the time of the internship and must have taken Copyright Law and Corporations/Business Associations. Previous entertainment industry Legal/Business Affairs experience is preferred. Candidates should be interested in entertainment law as a profession.
Legal - Tax: Legal Tax interns will research tax treaties and articles, review and summarize applicable law, as well as perform analysis on regulations, tax credit, rulings, forms and instructions. They will apply researched law to transactions and provide comments on service agreements/tax withholding requirements. Other responsibilities will include assisting in updating developments in international tax summary and revising tax provisions. Candidates must be currently enrolled in law school.
Legal – Television Business Affairs: Our intern will assist with organizing and filing correspondences from TV networks and various guilds. They will register aired episodes of TV series with the U.S. copyright office. You will read pilot scripts to determine the number of series regulars in the cast and highlight any scenes that could be costly for production. Other responsibilities prepare writing credits for episodes to be sent to the WGA, assist in preparing payments for development writers and rights holders, drop off writer/director episodic deal memos for internal approval and save signed contracts for writers, actors and director in digital files. Candidates must be currently enrolled in law school.
Legal – Unscripted Television: The intern will be responsible for assisting in various aspects of the Business and Legal Affairs Unscripted Department which include reviewing, redlining and/or drafting various development and production agreements, producer agreements (e.g. production services agreements, talent agreements, producer agreements, clearance agreements), creating and updating contract deal summaries, reviewing contracts for legal rights, legal research and drafting of legal memoranda. The intern will have exposure to the creative, business and legal aspects of the unscripted television industry. This internship is highly specialized, candidates must currently be enrolled in a law school, have excellent communication skills, and have knowledge of Microsoft Office namely Word and Excel.
Laugh Out Loud (LOL) – Graphic Design:Laugh Out Loud (LOL) is seeking a graphic design intern to work with the Director of Digital Marketing at LOL. Interns will be responsible for conceptualizing and designing chyrons, motion backgrounds, video end cards, YouTube banners, presentational slides, etc. Applicants need experience with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Final Cut Pro, and a motion/compositing program (such as Motion or After Effects), & basic video capture equipment.
Laugh Out Loud (LOL) – Marketing:Laugh Out Loud (LOL) is seeking a marketing intern to work with the Director of Digital Marketing at LOL. Our intern will be someone who is knee-deep in internet culture, who is well organized, and has a strong eye for hilarious online content. Monitor the internet for fun trending news opportunities, search for things people are sharing, liking, recommending and talking about on the internet. Find ways to insert Laugh Out Loud content into daily internet conversation. Assist social media team with posting and scheduling content cross various social platforms.
Laugh Out Loud (LOL) – Production & Development: Laugh Out Loud (LOL) is seeking an intern to assist with clip acquisitions and guest research for daily and weekly series. Our intern will find and research online trending topics, funny, rare and odd online videos to be used for LOL shows. Other duties include clip research for different comedy bits. Interns will develop a sense of the development of a daily comedy show. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable about pop-culture and have a strong ability to navigate internet search sites and will be familiar with digital series or daily shows.
Motion Picture Group - Acquisitions & Co-Productions: An internship in the Lionsgate Acquisitions Department will have a set of duties that will consist of reading and evaluating scripts as well as DVD screeners through writing coverage. The internship also includes various administrative duties that would familiarize students with day-to-day studio operations. On occasion, interns will get the unique opportunity to act as test audience participants to gauge reception toward a new film. Lastly, it should be noted that this is a writing-intensive internship that requires diligent and hardworking students who are ready to learn.
Motion Picture Group - Physical Production: The Motion Picture Production Intern will support our production team and will become an integral part of our group by tracking production data of Lionsgate projects, breaking down scripts, researching potential shooting locations, and assist in daily tasks as needed. This is a unique opportunity to learn the various aspects of the film industry and be involved in active productions at the company. This position requires a professional, self-motivated, hardworking individual with a great attitude and desire to learn.
Motion Picture Group (MPG) - Theatrical Marketing, Finance: The Theatrical Marketing, Finance team handles all of the domestic marketing budgets and billing for Lionsgate’s theatrical releases. Internship tasks include invoicing, records maintenance, various day-to-day projects and clerical responsibilities. An ideal candidate is Skilled in Excel, organized, eager to learn and has an interest in marketing/media.
Motion Picture Group (MPG) - Theatrical Marketing, Media: The media team handles all advertising across Television, Radio and Out-Of-Home for Lionsgate’s theatrical releases by planning and implementing strategic marketing campaigns across multiple platforms. Internship tasks include film franchise and competitive title research, campaign calendar maintenance and organization, various day-to-day projects and administrative tasks. An ideal candidate is skilled in Excel, organized, is eager to learn and has an interest in marketing/media.
Motion Picture Group - Production & Development: The Motion Picture Production & Development department is seeking a few interns interested in learning more about what it entails to be an assistant in the film industry. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: script coverage, covering desks, various administrative tasks for the department. There may be minimal errand running. This position requires a professional, self-motivated, hardworking individual with a great attitude and desire to learn.
Motion Picture Group - Theatrical Marketing – A/V Creative: The Lionsgate Theatrical Marketing intern will support the marketing efforts for Lionsgate. Responsibilities include general office duties, creating watermarked files in Final Cut Pro, A/V file conversions, preparing trailer and TV spot submissions for external approvals, editing the department budget in Excel and learning the intricacies of marketing a film while observing the creative process of trailer and TV spot creation.
Motion Picture Group - Theatrical Marketing - Digital: Our intern will assist the entire digital team (creative, media, and online publicity) with various tasks including but not limited to: helping with film calendars, department weekly tech update, publicity breaks, media spending documentation, research projects, helping with meetings, assisting in setting screenings, compiling and saving important documents for group use, and various other special projects and administrative tasks. An ideal candidate is social media savvy, skilled in Excel and PowerPoint, creative, and eager to learn.
Motion Picture Group - Theatrical Publicity (New York City): The Lionsgate theatrical national & field publicity teams work closely together in all publicity initiatives across the U.S. and handle all talent relations. The intern’s daily tasks are extremely varied and include but aren’t limited to: compiling daily film breaks, managing press lists, editing press notes, building talent schedules, researching creative projects, in addition to some basic administrative tasks. The intern will help the team plan and execute major events such as genre conventions, film festivals, film premieres, special screenings and press junkets/press days. An ideal candidate is an organized individual with a passion for film, strong writing skills and a proficiency in Microsoft Office.
Motion Picture Group - Theatrical Publicity:The Lionsgate theatrical national & field publicity teams work closely together in all publicity initiatives across the U.S. and handle all talent relations. The intern’s daily tasks are extremely varied and include but aren’t limited to: compiling daily film breaks, managing press lists, editing press notes, building talent schedules, researching creative projects, in addition to some basic administrative tasks. The intern will help the team plan and execute major events such as genre conventions, film festivals, film premieres, special screenings and press junkets/press days. An ideal candidate is an organized individual with a passion for film, strong writing skills and a proficiency in Microsoft Office.
Over The Top (OTT) Ventures - Marketing & Strategy: The marketing & strategy intern will be an integral part of the OTT ventures team and will work to grow our channels. They will be responsible for assisting with reporting, campaign trafficking, creative management and research. An understanding of new media, excellent communication skills, and proficiency in market research.
Over The Top (OTT) Ventures - Programming & Content Operations: Lionsgate is at the forefront of niche networks catering to a variety of audiences with highly curated tastes and needs. As an intern for the programming/content operations group; you will get to work on all 4 of our networks and learns the ins and outs of how content is produced or acquired to the process of getting that content onto each platform. the ideal candidate will have knowledge or experience with Photoshop, knowledge or experience with Final Cut or Premiere editing software, the ability to be extremely detailed oriented, willing and able to take direction and prioritize projects and requests. Ability to read/write in Spanish a plus but not required.
Over The Top (OTT) Ventures - Business Development: The business development intern will be an integral part of the OTT ventures team and will work to grow our channels; footprint in digital media. They will help with identifying opportunities for new strategic partnerships, creating presentation materials, and light administrative tasks. An understanding of new media, excellent communication skills, and proficiency in market research.
Pantelion Films - Production & Development: Pantelion Films is seeking an intern who will be assist with script reading and providing detailed coverage. They will also help with development analysis and assistance in departmental organization. Proficiency in Spanish language is preferred but not required.
Pantelion Films - Digital Marketing:Pantelion Films is the leading distributor of Spanish Language films serving the US Hispanic market. This is an exciting opportunity for anyone interested in pursuing a career in digital marketing and social media. Interns will be offered the opportunity to work on exciting theatrical film campaigns for our upcoming films including the highly anticipated “Overboard” remake staring Anna Faris and Eugenio Derbez. Interns will gain hand-on experience working in the field of digital marketing, advertising and paid media. Intern will be collaborating closely with the Senior Digital Marketing Manager as well as publicity team. The ideal candidate will must be passionate about social media, demonstrate social media skills: copywriting, photo editing, video editing. They will be knowledgeable digital/social platforms and analytics. The candidate will also be familiar with Hispanic talent and media outlets. The ability to be fully fluent in Spanish – written and spoken is a requirement.
Pop – Consumer Marketing Digital & Social (Playa Vista, CA): The Digital & Social marketing intern will be responsible for generating and posting content to poptv.com and various social media outlets. Responsibilities also include puling and compiling analytics, updating content calendars, performing competitive analysis and collaborating with other departments on larger campaign initiatives.
Pop – Consumer Marketing (Playa Vista, CA): Pop is looking for a passionate and motivated marketing intern. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: researching, monitoring and compiling competitive materials, and targeting and compiling lists of social media influencers to utilize during priority show campaigns. Interns will also present work and projects to senior staff along with follow up recommendations, and participating in planning when applicable. Applicants should be a junior or senior looking to be part of a new and rapidly growing TV network, be social media savvy, skilled in Microsoft office and eager to learn multiple aspects of TV marketing.
Pop - Program Planning & Scheduling (NEW YORK CITY): Within our department, Interns will learn how a cable network is scheduled by utilizing ratings and researching competitive data and assisting in the data entry within the scheduling database. In addition, interns will also update departmental documentation, create themed programming and assist with general administrative tasks. Ideal candidates should have a passion for television, attention to detail and social media savvy. Proficiency in Excel and internet based research a must.
Production & Development - Literary Affairs (New York City): The Lionsgate literary intern will work closely with the Manager of Literary Affairs out of the New York City office, evaluating material for potential adaptation for film/TV. Main duties include reading books and writing coverage, as well as research involving book publishing, theater, film and TV, with some light administrative tasks.
Tax - Compliance:The Tax Department internship will expose the candidate to several major areas of tax services for an SEC registrant company including: 1) accounting for the entertainment industry, 2) financial reporting for income taxes and 3) tax return preparation for federal, state and local filings. Assigned work requires heavy attention to detail and exceptionally strong communication and organization skills Responsibilities include but are not limited to the preparation of period local tax filings, basic federal and state income tax returns, sales and use tax returns, and other compliance issues. The intern will be required to assist tracking filing deadlines; prepare supporting calculations in Excel; write response letters to certain state and government offices. Candidates must be a current student and have high interest in pursuing certification for public accounting (“CPA”).
Television – Physical Production: Lionsgate TV is looking for an intern to support the Physical Production team. Applicant must have a strong interest in scripted television and producing. Primary responsibilities will be tracking and cataloging resumes and credits for Below the Line crew members, managing the storage and tracking of production assets, and conducting online research for pre-production.
Television – Production & Development: The interns in the TV Production department will have the opportunity to complete coverage, assist on various projects, and shadow executives. By the end of the semester, interns will have learned a basic understanding of the Lionsgate TV department, how to write good coverage, how to cover a desk, and basic office etiquette. The position requires a reliable, self-motivated hardworking individual with a great attitude and desire to learn. The majority of your time here will be spent reading TV scripts, feature scripts, novels, plays, international formats and writing coverage. We expect our interns to have strong written and verbal communications skills.
Tribeca Shortlist – Film Programming & Acquisitions (New York City): The content programming & acquisitions intern will contribute to the team’s efforts by assisting on projects that include: film research, title audits, metadata accuracy and maintaining an overall brand tone consistency across our consumer-facing film data fields.
Tribeca Shortlist – Marketing & Social Media (New York City): The Marketing & Social Media intern will play an active role in customer acquisitions efforts and community building of Tribeca Shortlist. Reporting to the Marketing Manager and Social Media Strategist, our intern will learn how to reach communities, promote a brand, and track marketing and social media campaigns. Tasks include maintaining TSL’s presence on various social media platforms and help create and publish content that is relevant to our customer base, analyze and report activity on social media networks, maintain a calendar of events, update daily, weekly and monthly reports and dashboards.
Tribeca Shortlist – Operations & Content Productions (New York City): The operations and content production intern will assist in maintaining daily office operations and in the production of video content for social media. Responsibilities include supply management, scheduling, event planning, concert development and scriptwriting, and assisting in production and the post-production phases.
Worldwide Television (WWTV) – Creative Services: The Worldwide Television Marketing Department is looking for organized and detail-oriented interns interested in working with our team to promote the global sale and launch of shows like THE ROYALS, NASHVILLE & ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK on multiple broadcast networks and digital platforms. Interns will help provide client support and assist the department with processing of video and photography assets (download, QC, label and organize, upload to distributing site) creating sales presentations and developing global marketing creative. The ideal candidate should have a strong interest in the creative services side of marketing and pursuing a marketing, communications, or design degree and have a working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Cloud apps and Microsoft Office. Strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills are a must.
Worldwide Television (WWTV) – Digital Distribution: Our department is currently seeking forward thinking students that are able to thrive in dynamic environments. Interns will help our licensing and digital teams with pitch decks, quality control (QC), sales planning and meeting notes. Ideal candidates will have strong Excel skills, excellent communication skills and great attention to detail.
Worldwide Television (WWTV) – Marketing: Our department is seeking an intern who will assist the marketing team in creating sales materials for slate of TV shows, research information on TV and theatrical titles, build presentations for sales team. He/she will be responsible for writing social media posts and formulating social media strategies for Lionsgate TV. Strong verbal, social media savviness, written and interpersonal communication skills are a must. The ideal candidate will be proficient with Microsoft Office- specifically Excel & Outlook.
Worldwide Television (WWTV) – Sales – Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD): Our department is currently seeking forward thinking students that are able to thrive in dynamic environments. Interns will help our licensing and digital teams with pitch decks, quality control (QC), sales planning and meeting notes. Ideal candidates will have strong Excel skills, excellent communication skills and great attention to detail.