Paid Internship at Top Digital Production Company & Marketing Agency

Start Date 10/15/2018
Pay Range $5,000 + Partial Travel Reimbursement
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Hi everyone,


Here’s information on a PAID PRODUCTION & MARKETING INTERNSHIP with a top creative agency/digital production company based in El Segundo, CA (Los Angeles).


Pay is $5,000, plus other perks and benefits!


Details are below – as always, feel free to forward if you know someone who might be interested, and be sure to mention I sent you for priority consideration!


Good luck, have a great day, and don’t forget to dream big!




Jeffrey R. Gund

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The Smashcut Fellowship program accepting submissions for a PAID PRODUCTION & MARKETING INTERNSHIP  with a top creative agency/digital production company based in El Segundo, CA (Los Angeles).


This creative agency produces branded content for clients like PUMA, Sony, AIG Insurance, Avery Labels, Baldwin Hardware, Kwikset, and Pfister Faucets, and has been featured in the New York Times, Adweek, and Ad Age.


If selected, you will be paid a stipend of $5,000 for a 12-week internship, plus a partial travel reimbursement.


•  Are you looking to gain insight on the advertising and production industries?
•  Do you want to play a part in helping create noteworthy content in a thriving environment at an expanding company?


If so, we want to meet you!


The internship program offers opportunities for you to build the skills you need to prosper in a fast-paced and competitive environment.  We pride ourselves on providing a hands-on, educational experience for those who join us for our internship program; we’ll ensure you work in the areas that interest you the most.


If you’re an overachiever who’s eager to gain knowledge of advertising, this is a great chance for you to navigate the production industry and network with filmmakers and marketers.  The perfect candidate is a team player, eager to succeed and ready for important responsibilities.  You’ll be involved with every aspect of production:  pitch, concept development, pre-production, casting, scouting, on-set production, post production.



Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at in the “Referral” field for priority consideration, and complete the online application at:




The Smashcut Fellowship program places qualified applicants in paid three-month internships at productions companies of all sizes, TV writing rooms, digital media companies, on-set productions, and more.  You read that right:  paid.  We help you cover your living and travel expenses.


Our hosts are also committed to being mentors.  So while they may ask you to run through a brick wall on occasion, or merely pick up their lunch order, you will learn plenty about the business every single day on the job.


We offer a stipend of up to $5,000 to help you make ends meet while you are working hard to establish yourself.  And, we will help cover your travel costs (if necessary).


During the program, you will also receive additional mentoring from the Taliesin Nexus staff, and if scheduling permits, you will attend our Apollo Workshop, absolutely gratis (if you haven’t already).


You also may be required to make a short film or write a screenplay in your spare time under the supervision of the program administrators.


To recap, interns will receive:

–  Placement at a production company, a management company or agency, or even in a writing staff room
–  A stipend of up to $5,000 or school credit
–  Possible travel reimbursement
–  Mentoring
–  Automatic acceptance into the Apollo Film & TV Workshop




Each fellowship will last for 12 weeks, and applicants must be committed to living and working in the required city of the internship during that period (You don’t have to live there now; we might pay for your travel there, and back home after it’s over.).  We usually stagger our internships throughout the year, with some beginning in the spring, fall, and summer.


The perfect candidate for the program would be a recent film school graduate or someone with some writing or filmmaking experience and/or training, but not someone who has already enjoyed a substantial career (after all, this is an opportunity for those who haven’t had their real shot yet).  You must have completed at least one screenplay or short film/video that you will include with your application.


If you are a current student (and over 21), you can earn school credit for participating in an internship.


Applicants should be able to demonstrate the following:

–  a talent for, and knowledge of, filmmaking or screenwriting
–  a tenacious commitment to succeed in the entertainment business
–  the skill set to thrive in a production company environment
–  a passion for a free society


Note: If you can receive university credit for your internship, let us know in the “Referral, Other Notes” section of the application form.



Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at in the “Referral” field for priority consideration, and complete the online application at:



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