“Filmmaking is a competitive field. An internship at KISKA stands out.”Jordan, Junior Filmmaker
- Load and digitise project materials.
- Colour grade smaller projects in Adobe Premier, or DaVinciResolve. Adding smaller motion design elements in After Effects.
- Assemble projects to facilitate larger edits, social media content, and reels.
- Organise rented equipment, including pick-up and return. Search and identify music for editors.
- Shoot video for in-house projects.
- Archive projects to the data server. Including coding and entering master elements into the library, or shipping to storage.
- Assistant editing, including locating footage, ingesting rushes, making rough cuts, etc.
- Six months of availability. High level of motivation, determination and stamina to support intensive production.
- Excellent organisational and administrative skills. A keen attention to detail. Commitment to punctuality.
- To be a student, or recent graduate, in filmmaking, media production, or multimedia art. Maybe you’ve already completed first work experience in production assistance, videography, or editing.
- High level of proficiency in Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects and DaVinciResolve.
- Very good English skills. German is an asset.
Made for you? Apply now.
The Austrian government requires us to state the minimum salary for every position. In this case the actual salary is €1,000 per month for an undergraduate internship and €1,200 per month for a postgraduate internship. KISKA is also an equal opportunity employer. It’s a no-brainer, but important to mention.