NYC Film internship

24 10 2012

Film Program Internship

with 92YTribeca


Start date: November 2012


92YTribeca seeks an intern for its film program to provide support to the Film Program Associate by assisting with administrative duties and program planning, as well as coordinating screenings. A minimum time commitment of 20 hours spread over three days per week, including two nights for event coordination.



The internship would include assisting with the following:

         Program planning: researching potential screenings and guests; previewing film submissions; writing program blurbs

         Event coordination: providing support with screening set-up and artist hospitality

         Administrative tasks: processing invoices; creating email blasts; responding to inquiries; maintaining Facebook group



         Interest in arts management with a focus on film presentation

         Knowledge of the film industry

         Outgoing personality

         Ability to work independently


About 92YTribeca:

A cultural venue of the 92nd Street Y, 92YTribeca aims to bring exciting programming to New Yorkers in their 20s and 30s. Our programming includes film screenings, comedy, live music, and lectures. The film program screens films four nights per week, with a different screening and guest speaker nearly every night. Film programming has included cult classics, New York premieres of festival favorites, sing-alongs, collaborations with local film organizations, and director & actor Q&As. See our website for more information:


If you are interested, please send a cover letter and resume to Cristina Cacioppo at





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