Film Daily Content Writer Intern
20 - 40 hours per week
Contract term: 3 Months - the end of time
Location: Successful candidates will combine working from home with working in our brand-new purpose-built studio in Church Fenton, North Yorkshire.
Who we are: Always now, forever independent
Film Daily is a new online platform connecting audiences with indie filmmakers via news, views, and reviews.
We are a scrappy new media startup aiming to disrupt the film distribution and production industries. We work with amazing, storied clients and new emerging technologies & agencies.
Our work environment is relaxed, but we tell it like it is. We value proficiency and we promote from within. Positions tend to be flexible, with some work-at-home opportunities. Community is everything to us, and we want to work on building our core community in Yorkshire.
We foster a culture of communication, community, teamwork, and collaboration.
Film & TV obsessive
Eager to understand the way the film & TV industries work
Able to use web searches to learn new skills
Dedicated lifelong learner
Looking for a new challenge
Willing to do whatever it takes to achieve results
Desire to work as a journalist or editor
Extensive knowledge about film and TV
Words are just about your favorite thing.
You live on the internet.
What we can offer the right candidate
Access to stream endless films & TV
Invitations to red carpet events & exclusive film previews
Travel opportunities within the UK & USA
You will learn
How to write sharp, snappy, clicky editorial about film
How to edit, proofread, and optimize your articles
How to boost eyeballs to your posts using syndication networks & social media
The basics of online advertising (in and out)
How to write social media captions that POP
How to set up interviews
How to request screeners
How to interview subjects
How to upload articles to WordPress
& much more
Send a CV, cover letter, and 3 examples of film-related writing (at least one news piece & one review). Candidates who do not send all 3 of these requested elements will be automatically disqualified.
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