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Screenworks offers international internship to graduate from regional Australia

Screenworks and Australians In Film (AiF) have announced that the second year of the Screenworks Regional Screen in LA Program will be the ANIMAL LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT INTERNSHIP, giving unparalleled opportunities to an undergraduate or recent graduate living in Regional Australia who wishes to pursue a career as a development executive or producer.

AiF internship programs have been running at Animal Logic Entertainment (ALE) for the past five years and recipients have gone on to successful careers in the Australian and international screen industries, including Melanie Jayne (HBO), Sleena Wilson (Black Bear Pictures) and Lauren Brown (Ludo Pictures).

This exciting opportunity to work with the team of passionate storytellers in the Los Angeles offices of ALE (Peter Rabbit, Peter Rabbit 2) and subsidiary live-action production company, Truant Pictures, is open to any undergraduates or recent graduates who demonstrate significant potential and passion in their screen industry-related course of study and area of expertise. The two-month internship will involve all aspects of international feature film development, acquisitions, packaging and production.

“Screenworks is delighted to be partnering with Australians in Film and Animal Logic Entertainment for the second year of its Regional Screen In LA Program,” explained Screenworks CEO, Ken Crouch. “We work in an industry where young people living in regional Australia simply do not have the same opportunities as their colleagues living in the metropolitan centres. This internship will provide an invaluable pathway for a recent graduate to get international experience, make international connections and fast-track an international career which otherwise wouldn’t be possible and will also benefit our industry.”

The successful recipient will receive USD$10,000 to contribute towards rent and living costs while in Los Angeles for 2 months, in addition to receiving return flights from Australia to Los Angeles, and industry support and US networking opportunities from AiF. All visa processing fees are covered in the program. The recipient will be based out of ALE and Truant Pictures’ offices at Rideback Ranch in Los Angeles.

Applications are now open and will close on 9th December 2019 for an internship which will take place in 2020.

Read more about this opportunity at the Screenworks website.