Film Crowdfunding Leader

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Interlock Media

Interlock Media, Inc. is an activist film company producing independent works on environmental challenges.

We are seeking an expert in crowdfunding to help us find and connect with passionate people who recognize film’s power to spark discovery, discussion and solutions.

Your primary goal will be to initiate and manage a fundraising/crowdsourcing campaign for our upcoming documentary on Margaret Fuller, a remarkable 19th century feminist, social critic, and international war correspondent.

Primary tasks will include:

  • Using online fundraising software and crowdfunding sites, including those specific to media and film (Kickstarter, Seed&Spark, Indiegogo)
  • Implementing marketing and communication strategies to spread awareness of project online


Ideal Candidates should have

  • Previous experience with online fundraising
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • A High level of attention to detail with excellent follow-through, organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Social media and marketing strategy experience

An interest in film, media, and environmental and humanitarian causes is a plus.

Schedule: Minimum 12 hour/week commitment for 3 months.

Compensation : Unpaid/volunteer.

Job type: Part-time; non-profit; 3 months commitment.

Interlock Media Inc. is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting environmental and social change through the film, video, and radio mediums. Its mission is to support informed empowerment at the grassroots and community level by producing educational mediaworks; by carrying media techniques and technologies to the community level; and guaranteeing that production is an inclusive and diversified process. Our productions are historical, musical, artistic, and contemporary.

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About Interlock Media

Location:

355 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA 02142, US

Mission Statement

Interlock Media is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting environmental and social change through the film, video, and radio mediums. Its mission is to support informed empowerment at the grassroots and community level by producing educational mediaworks; by carrying media techniques and technologies to the community level; and guaranteeing that production is an inclusive and diversified process. Our productions are historical, musical, artistic, and contemporary; twenty years later we are the cutting edge users of Digital Video and High Definition technology.

People of all backgrounds, age groups, and levels of experience are encouraged to apply. Interlock especially welcomes individuals with background or interests in filmmaking, radio, anthropology, environmental sciences, arts and business administration, and international development studies.

Description

Interns participate in all aspects of film and media production, including: research writing coordination of crews participation in shoots participation in film editing scriptwriting production of print materials any task that may arise

Salary: None Qualifications:

Interns must have strong communication skills, a desire to learn, and a pro-active attitude. The following skills and experience are preferred, but not required: superior writings skills technical ability computer skills (mac platform) experience with camera, lighting, or other gear.

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

355 Cambridge StreetCambridge, MA 02142

(42.3636,-71.0852)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • about 20 hours minimum per week

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