Interns will become part of the studio production and creative team and embark on training to further their skills - and invest these skills in productions and creative work done by the studio. As interns develop, they will have the opportunity to share their knowledge and skills with students enrolled for training courses at the Academy.
Interns will get involved in diverse projects and develop their skills in: animation, photo shoots, video productions, video editing, AfterEffects projects, stop motion photography, time lapse photography, image compositing, photo retouching, set design and production, special effects, script writing and development, etc.
Basic qualifying criteria:
- Do you know how to use one or more of these applications:
- Photoshop CC
- InDesign CC
- Illustrator CC
- Premiere Pro CC
- After Effects CC
- Dreamweaver CC
- Muse CC
- Cinema 4D
- Good communicator (written and spoken) and have an excellent command of English.
- Neat, presentable and trendy.
- Good working knowledge of digital photography with a SLR camera and have your own digital SLR and lenses.
- Have a notebook computer with at least 4GB RAM.
- Eager to learn new skills, especially software and video.
- Interested to teach others new skills and techniques and share your knowledge and experience.
The studio does not have funding at this stage and the financials works as follows:
- Each intern is required to pay a monthly development levy of R5000.
- Interns earn R100 for each classroom session that they teach at the Academy.
- Interns receive a percentage of the revenue for each commercial production - in which they are involved - that the studio produces.
What is the development levy used for?
- To help enable us to provide the learning facility and environment.
- Facilitate skills development and learning through creative projects which are not always commercially driven.
- Enabling us to systematically acquire the worlds best equipment and technology for creative exploration.
What are the general requirements and rules?
- Any person who meets the "basic qualifying criteria" above may apply.
- The minimum internship period is 3 months. The maximum period is negotiable.
- The studio operates Monday to Friday 09:00 to 18:00 and Saturday 09:00 to 13:00. Intern working hours and training programmes vary according to project and training demands and times are generally scheduled weekly, but may vary from 2 to 8 hours a day.
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