If you like a little Second Amendment with your coffee, you’ll like Black Rifle Coffee Company, which patterns itself, politically speaking, as pretty much the dead opposite of Starbucks. BRCC has several film-related jobs open, including film Producer and film Shooter/Editor.
“Do you love politics, memes and montages? Do you want to make viral politics videos to broadcast to our millions of Facebook viewers? Then we have the job for you.The Daily Caller is seeking a whip-smart, lightning-fast video editor who can churn out thousands of hours of entertainment. The job entails managing content on one of the country’s most-read news sites from our Washington, D.C. headquarters.”
“Cato’s paid internships are for undergraduates, recent graduates, graduate students, law students, and early-career professionals who have a strong commitment to individual liberty, limited government, free markets, and peace—principles that, taken together, constitute libertarianism, known alternately as ‘classical liberalism,’ ‘market liberalism,’ or, to many of our international friends, just ‘liberalism.’ Most Cato interns work primarily as researchers for our policy scholars. Individual department placements include defense and foreign policy, healthcare policy, constitutional studies, and numerous others. Other interns work in communications-oriented roles, including media relations, external affairs, and video production.”
“Our year-long fellowship program offers media and creative professionals the opportunity to refine their skills while learning about the crucial role of free speech and a free press in our society. You’ll work full time in the industry while taking your experience to the next level with our world-class curriculum. Fellows will work full time for a media outlet or publication during the program.”
“The MPI Hollywood Career Launch Program is a highly competitive internship program that places aspiring directors, producers, and screenwriters in paid positions at prestigious production companies such as NBC Universal, Lionsgate, and Magnolia, to name just a few. These unique, learning-intensive experiences in the entertainment industry enable talented, freedom-oriented filmmakers to launch successful film careers. Throughout the program, interns network with leading professionals, build mentoring relationships, and acquire vital skills. Interns regularly receive offers of full-time employment from their host companies or graduate into other MPI programs. In fact, the majority of former MPI interns find permanent positions in the entertainment industry.”
“Reason has internship opportunities year-round in both the Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. offices. Internships are offered in policy research, journalism, video production and fundraising. Previous interns have gone on to work at such places as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, ABC News, Students for Liberty, and Reason itself. Internships run ten weeks full-time and include a stipend; part-time internships can be negotiated. Start and end dates are flexible.”
“Freedom’s back is against the wall, battered by a hostile culture, while its supporters are too focused on arcane policy debates to wield the only tool that can really make a difference — the imagination. Meanwhile, one lone nonprofit, Taliesin Nexus, leads a ragtag team of passionate filmmakers as they strive to make their pro-liberty voices heard…We teach filmmakers of promise by leveraging our network of Hollywood pros to create educational opportunities through various workshops, internships, film labs, and networking events.”
“Our film intern should be excited to work as a grip, gaff, assistant camera operator, digital imaging technician, production assistant, and/or production sound technician, sometimes all at once, for our brand-new in-house production shop. We’re looking for a candidate who’s a dab hand at storytelling through the medium of film. If your dream job is in production, and a chance at on-the-job experience is irresistible, this is probably a good fit. You’ll also help with the day-to-day communications intern tasks.”