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Film Editing Intern

6 Month Paid Internship
January 2022
Berlin

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By: Coproduction Office
Business sector: Film Industry
Field of expertise: Editing, Post-Production
Location: Berlin
Paid Internship: Yes, 800€ per month
Duration: 6 months, full time
Start date: January 2022

We are looking for a globally minded colleague, who has organizational skills, is result-oriented and has an interest in art-house cinema, to complete our team of ten people, working in a dynamic and international environment. You will assist our Consultant Editor, Benjamin Mirguet, our post-production supervisor Noémie Phillipson and the producer Philippe Bober with the planning of and participation to test screenings, the preparation of editing memos, the editing of demos, EPKs, of the films themselves.

COMPANY PROFILE

Based in Paris and Berlin, Coproduction Office is an international distributor and producer of bold, award-winning films. Coproduction Office's CEO and founder Philippe Bober has produced thirty-two films to date, working with prominent ground-breaking directors* from early on in their careers. The majority of these films were selected for the main competitions in Cannes, Venice and Berlin, where they have received many major prizes, most notably the Venice Golden Lion in 2014 for Roy Andersson’s A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE, and the Palme d’Or in 2017 for THE SQUARE by Ruben Östlund.

Coproduction Office's international sales division distributes a catalogue composed of films produced by Philippe Bober as well as acquired titles and restored classics, including Roberto Rossellini’s key films. The catalogue is unique for its artistic strength, with films that have an individual and distinctive cinematic language, and often daring content.

The number of staff has tripled in the past 4 years and Coproduction Office continues to grow as it diversifies its activities (which include a cinema and gastronomy project in Berlin, and increasing its restoration of heritage works). At the forefront of arthouse cinema in Europe, Coproduction Office is an international, dynamic, and motivational workplace which offers its employees support, responsibility, and career progression. At Coproduction Office you will have the opportunity to work closely with films by some of Europe’s most exciting and accomplished directors.

JOB OUTLINE

Coproduction Office is actively involved in post-production processes of the films it produces and in particular in the editing process together with their respective directors. Currently three films are in post-production: Ulrich Seidl’s, Michelangelo Frammartino’s, and Ruben Östlund’s.

You will work on the following tasks:

  • Planning and coordinating test screenings
  • Communicating with the post-production team of each film
  • Preparing the transcription of the discussions of the test screenings
  • Looking for a prospective test screening audience
  • Improving and updating the test screening audience database
  • Working alongside the marketing team which includes the editing of trailers.
  • Occasionally assisting our consultant editor with editing
  • Occasionally editing with the director and editor of the film

YOU ARE

  • A native or fully fluent English speaker with an excellent command of a second language (German, or Swedish is a plus)
  • A cinephile with an interest in films analysis and an ability to formalize ideas
  • Able to deal with stress and prioritization
  • Proficient with AVID, Premiere, After Effects
  • Computer savvy and proficient in virtual workspaces, particularly with the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite.
  • Experience with DaVinci Resolve would be a plus
  • Equipped with your own editing equipment, preferably Apple
  • Able to demonstrate previous experience in the film industry
  • A perfectionist with attention to detail, and able to meet deadlines
  • Flexible with a proactive skill set

YOU WILL

  • Gain valuable experience about editing while following the evolution of the editing process of three films by major directors, and see the editing’s impact on the audience
  • Gain an oversight on different aspects of the company including sales, marketing and production as we are small and flexible company
  • Work in a multi-lingual environment with a friendly and motivational atmosphere and engaged and international colleagues who bring commitment and camaraderie to their work

We look forward to receiving your full application with a cover letter in English at staff@coproductionoffice.eu (NB Applications without cover letter will not be considered). Please also indicate where you saw this post.

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Film Editing Intern

Cinema and Bistronomie Project Coordinator

3-month Internship
According to availability
Berlin, Germany

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Coproduction Office is an international label that produces and sells bold and award-winning films. Its sister company Briefmarken Weine is one of Berlin’s best wine bars, focusing on artisanal and natural wines paired with authentic Italian bistro cuisine. Film producer Philippe Bober is the founder of both companies and has to date produced thirty-two films by ground-breaking directors. The 2017 Palme d’Or for Ruben Östlund’s THE SQUARE or Roy Andersson’s 2014 Venice Golden Lion are among the important international prizes won by those films.

Coproduction Office is now connecting its know-how in both fields in a unique project: a premium cultural space combining a four-screen arthouse cinema, an exhibition venue, ambitious restaurants and a wine bar, located in Berlin’s city centre in an iconic listed building. We are looking for a future colleague starting as an intern, with the potential of a full-time position as a proactive coordinator for this pioneering interdisciplinary project. The working languages are German and English, in which full working proficiency is required, further languages are beneficial, in particular French or Italian.

You Are:

Cosmopolitan, problem-solving, lateral thinking, film- and/or wine-loving, and have a positive working attitude. Organisational and analytical skills are of importance, as well as precision regarding timelines, grammar, numbers and spreadsheets. Your background can be either in wine, food, cinema, the film industry, real estate development, business administration, computer sciences or marketing. Experience in one of these fields, especially in a team leader position, is an advantage. Previous experience in business process management, especially in a growing company is a real plus.

You will undertake and be responsible for the following duties:

- Coordination of financing applications, follow-up with funds, financiers, projects and clients.
- Analysis of processes and suggestions on how to optimize them
- Preparing a marketing plan and materials.
- Researching new suppliers and communicating with existing ones.
- Compiling documents, in particular spreadsheets and presentations.
- Coordinating tasks and deadlines.
- Organizing media relations and support for the project.
- General assistance

Benefits:

- Working as part of an international and multi-lingual team, in a friendly and motivational atmosphere with engaged colleagues who bring commitment and camaraderie to their work.
- Obtaining valuable experience from working with our managers as well as with our founder Philippe Bober on a unique project.
- Gaining an overview of different aspects of the company (management, wine bar, film production and film sales).
- The internship is full time, remunerated with 800 € (net) per month and can lead to further employment.

Please send your application (including CV and cover letter) to: staffspl@coproductionoffice.eu. Please also indicate where you saw this post. If shortlisted, interviews will take place either in Berlin, Paris or on Skype. The position is based in Berlin (Mitte / Friedrichshain) and with a start date according to availability.

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Cinema and Bistronomie Project Coordinator

Sales and Servicing Intern

6 Month Paid Internship
January 2022
Berlin (with the possibility to spend 2 or 3 months in Paris)

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By: Coproduction Office
Business sector: Film Industry
Field of expertise: Servicing, Post-production and Sales
Location: Berlin (with the possibility to spend 2 or 3 months in Paris)
Paid Internship: Yes, 850€ per month
Duration: 6 months (full time), with possible further employment
Start date: January 2022

We are looking for a globally minded colleague, who has organisational skills, is result-oriented and has an interest in art-house cinema, to complete our team of twenty people, working in a dynamic and international environment. You will assist our Servicing and Post-Production Supervisor Noémie Phillipson with the deliveries of our films to clients, the inventory and analysis of material from our existing catalogue, and with the handling of new incoming materials, may they be new productions or film restorations. You will assist our COO Sophie Cabon with the development of Coproduction Office catalogue’s online presence, the creation of marketing assets (interviews, behind the scene etc.) and the delivery of our films to VOD platforms.

COMPANY PROFILE

Based in Paris and Berlin, Coproduction Office is an international distributor and producer of bold, award-winning films. Coproduction Office's CEO and founder Philippe Bober has produced thirty-two films to date, working with prominent ground-breaking directors* from early on in their careers. The majority of these films were selected for the main competitions in Cannes, Venice and Berlin, where they have received many major prizes, most notably the Venice Golden Lion in 2014 for Roy Andersson’s A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE, and the Palme d’Or in 2017 for THE SQUARE by Ruben Östlund.

Coproduction Office's international sales division distributes a catalogue composed of films produced by Philippe Bober as well as acquired titles and restored classics, including Roberto Rossellini’s key films. The catalogue is unique for its artistic strength, with films that have an individual and distinctive cinematic language, and often daring content.

The number of staff has tripled in the past four years and Coproduction Office continues to grow as it diversifies its activities (which include a cinema and gastronomy project in Berlin, and increasing its restoration of heritage works). At the forefront of arthouse cinema in Europe, Coproduction Office is an international, dynamic, and motivational workplace which offers its employees support, responsibility, and career progression. At Coproduction Office you will have the opportunity to work closely with films by some of Europe’s most exciting and accomplished directors.

*Lars von Trier, Roy Andersson, Ulrich Seidl, Jessica Hausner, Lou Ye, Kornél Mundruczó, Cristi Puiu, Michelangelo Frammartino, Carlos Reygadas, Ruben Östlund.

JOB OUTLINE

The main aspects of the job are

a) client facing in following the delivery of the film materials:• Be a bridge between the sales and servicing team
• Discuss material needs with clients: distributors, festivals, press
• Negotiate material fees with distributors and labs
• Guaranty safe delivery of materials to distributors and festivals.

b) improving the quality of the existing materials of our catalogue:
• Analyse the inventory of our catalogue materials,
• Assist in the search for materials, budgeting and general post-production for film restorations.

c) promoting our catalogue:
• Assist the marketing team in the creation of lateral materials: trailers, interviews, bonuses.
• Increase the online presence of our catalogue titles online by approaching platforms, negotiating fees and uploading the data in collaboration with the sales team

d) within the post-production team and in particular for TRIANGLE OF SADNESS by Ruben Östlund:
• Organise test screenings
• Receive and control the materials delivered by producers

YOU ARE

  • A native or fully fluent in English and German. A third language (French, or Swedish is a plus)

  • Comfortable negotiating fees with suppliers and clients

  • A Cinephile with a knowledge of Arthouse cinema

  • Have knowledge of broadcast and distribution technical terms

  • Able to deal with stress and prioritisation with an affinity for putting in place procedures (+ mettre en place et suivre procédure)

  • Proficient with Excel, Word and server software.

  • Computer savvy and proficient in virtual workspaces

  • Able to demonstrate previous experience in the film industry

  • A perfectionist with attention to detail, and able to meet deadlines

  • Flexible with a proactive skill set.

YOU WILL

  • Gain valuable experience about the film industry while closely following the post-production of TRIANGLE OF SADNESS by Ruben Östlund and our ongoing restorations

  • Gain an oversight on different aspects of the company including sales and marketing as we are small and flexible company

  • Be trusted and be given responsibilities within a close team

  • Work in a multilingual environment with a friendly and motivational atmosphere and engaged and international colleagues who bring commitment and camaraderie to their work


We look forward to receiving your full application with a cover letter in English at staff@coproductionoffice.eu (NB Applications without cover letter will not be considered). Please also indicate where you saw this post.


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Sales and Servicing Intern

Sales and/or Marketing intern

6 Month Paid Internship with possible further employment
According to availability
Paris or Berlin

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6 Month Paid Internship

with possible further employment

Coproduction Office is looking forward to welcome a

Sales and/or Marketing intern

who is globally minded, result-oriented, with organizational skills, and have an interest in art-house cinema, to complete our team of twenty people working in Paris and/or Berlin in a dynamic and international environment.

COMPANY PROFILE:

Based in Paris and Berlin, Coproduction Office is an international distributor and producer of bold, award-winning films. Coproduction Office's CEO and founder Philippe Bober has worked with prominent ground-breaking directors* from early on in their careers and has produced thirty-two films to date. The majority of these films were selected for the main competitions in Cannes, Venice and Berlin, where they have received many major prizes, most notably the Venice Golden Lion in 2014 for Roy Andersson’s A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE, and the Palme d’Or in 2017 for THE SQUARE by Ruben Östlund.

Coproduction Office's international sales division distributes a catalogue composed of films produced by Philippe Bober as well as acquired titles and restored classics, including Roberto Rossellini’s key films. The catalogue is unique for its artistic strength, with films that have an individual and distinctive cinematic language, and often daring content.

The number of staff has tripled in the past four years and Coproduction Office continues to grow as it diversifies its activities (which include a cinema and gastronomy project in Berlin, and increasing its restoration of heritage works). At the forefront of arthouse cinema in Europe, Coproduction Office is an international, dynamic, and motivational workplace which offers its employees support, responsibility, and career progression. At Coproduction Office you will have the opportunity to work closely with films by some of Europe’s most exciting and accomplished directors.

*Lars von Trier, Roy Andersson, Ulrich Seidl, Jessica Hausner, Lou Ye, Kornél Mundruczó, Cristi Puiu, Michelangelo Frammartino, Carlos Reygadas, Ruben Östlund.

JOB OUTLINE

You will assist our sales and marketing team with some of the following tasks:

  • Searching for prospective customers (market studies) ; improving and updating the client and deal database

  • Assisting our sales executives during markets (scheduling meetings; writing memos; etc.)

  • Following up with international distributors

  • Participating in the digital development of the company: being involved in strategic meeting and assisting in the communication with VOD providers

  • Ensuring communication during the creation of a film’s marketing with the graphic designers, the decision makers and the printers (for new films and restored titles)

  • Participating to test screenings of our films

YOU ARE:

  • A native or fully-fluent English-speaker with an excellent command of a second language (German, or Chinese is a plus)

  • Proficient with Excel (market studies)

  • Eloquent and have social skills, are capable of interacting with film professionals (distributors, festivals, funds, directors..)

  • Able to demonstrate previous experience in the film industry (a plus)

  • A perfectionist, with attention to detail and meeting deadlines

  • Flexible with a proactive skill set

  • Computer savvy and proficient in cloud-based applications and virtual workspaces

YOU WILL:

  • Gain an oversight on different aspects of the company, including finance and production as we are small and flexible company

  • Work in a multi-lingual environment, in a friendly and motivational atmosphere with engaged and international colleagues who bring commitment and camaraderie to their work

  • Obtain valuable experience from working with our sales team, as well as with our founder Philippe Bober on unique films

We look forward to receiving your full application with a cover letter in English at staff@coproductionoffice.eu. (NB Applications without cover letter will not be considered.)


Apply for this position

Sales and/or Marketing intern

Film Production Intern

6 Month Paid Internship
According to availability
Berlin

More info

By: Coproduction Office
Business sector: Film Industry
Location: Berlin
Paid Internship: Yes, 850€ per month
Duration: 6 months (full time), with possible further employment
Start date: According to availability

We are looking for a future colleague starting as a film production intern to complete our team of twenty people, with the possibility for the internship to later develop into a position as a project coordinator and/or junior producer at Coproduction Office.

You are globally minded, have organizational skills, have an interest in art-house cinema, and have an excellent command of both French and German languages. You will work in a dynamic and international environment and will be performing financial and coordination tasks together with our producer Marina Perales (Paris), our CFO Riccardo Molteni (Paris) and our founder Philippe Bober (Berlin and Paris). Our current projects and productions are the upcoming films by Jessica Hausner, Susanne Heinrich, Ruben Östlund and Ulrich Seidl. These films are at different stages of realisation, from the early development stage, to financing, production, post-production, festival premiere or distribution via our sales branch. You will thus be able to assist our producers and our CFO over the entire creation process of a film. You will also get an insight into the film financing of these films in the countries where the company is active, France, Germany, UK and Denmark, which will provide you with good foundational knowledge of the process of financing and producing art-house cinema in Europe.

COMPANY PROFILE

Based in Paris and Berlin, Coproduction Office is an international distributor and producer of bold, award-winning films. Coproduction Office's CEO and founder Philippe Bober has produced thirty-two films to date, working with prominent ground-breaking directors* from early on in their careers. The majority of these films were selected for the main competitions in Cannes, Venice and Berlin, where they have received many major prizes, most notably the Venice Golden Lion in 2014 for Roy Andersson’s A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE, and the Palme d’Or in 2017 for THE SQUARE by Ruben Östlund.

Coproduction Office's international sales division distributes a catalogue composed of films produced by Philippe Bober as well as acquired titles and restored classics, including Roberto Rossellini’s key films. The catalogue is unique for its artistic strength, with films that have an individual and distinctive cinematic language, and often daring content.

The number of staff has tripled in the past four years and Coproduction Office continues to grow as it diversifies its activities (which include a cinema and gastronomy project in Berlin, and increasing its restoration of heritage works). At the forefront of arthouse cinema in Europe, Coproduction Office is an international, dynamic, and motivational workplace which offers its employees support, responsibility, and career progression. At Coproduction Office you will have the opportunity to work closely with films by some of Europe’s most exciting and accomplished directors.

*Lars von Trier, Roy Andersson, Ulrich Seidl, Jessica Hausner, Lou Ye, Kornél Mundruczó, Cristi Puiu, Michelangelo Frammartino, Carlos Reygadas, Ruben Östlund.

JOB OUTLINE

You will assist our producers and our CFO over the entire creation process of a film (from the earliest development stage, to financing, production, post-production, festival premiere and the distribution via our sales branch) on our current projects and productions by Ruben Östlund, Ulrich Seidl, Jessica Hausner, and Susanne Heinrich.

YOUR ROLE WILL INCLUDE:
• Researching for prospective finance, casting, coproducers...
• Collaborating in the creation of both content and visual presentations for funding applications.
• Coordinating funding applications and following up with funds, financers, projects, banks and clients as well as performing other financial and coordination tasks.
• Assisting producers with research and coordination tasks during the different phases of the production process, script development, locations, casting...
• Monitoring and keeping an overview of film cashflow and budgets together with our CFO and our executive producers, and preparing cost reports.
• Participating in test screenings of our upcoming films, and contributing to the initial marketing plans

YOU ARE:
• A native or fully fluent French and German-speaker with an excellent command of both languages
• Capable of interacting with professionals across different sectors: film industry, public sector, finance and accounting
• Able to demonstrate previous experience in the film industry
• Precise, accountable and motivated, with attention to detail and meeting deadlines
• Flexible, problem solver with a proactive skill set
• Proficient with Excel, able to manage budgets, you have a “head for numbers” and have an interest in finance/accounting (any legal training is a plus)
• Computer savvy and proficient in cloud-based applications and virtual workspaces

YOU WILL:
• Have the possibility of employment at the end of the internship and the opportunity to grow within the company (the company’s current managers started as interns).
• Gain an insight into different aspects of the company (management, production and sales).
• Work in an international and multi-lingual environment, in a friendly and motivational atmosphere with engaged colleagues who bring commitment and camaraderie to their work.
• Obtain valuable experience from working with producers as well as with our founder Philippe Bober on the production of unique films.
• Experience up close how some of Europe’s most original and accomplished directors approach their work.
• Gain an insight into the financing of these films in the countries where the company is active, France, Germany, UK and Denmark, which will provide you with good foundational knowledge of the process of financing and producing art-house cinema in Europe.

We look forward to receiving your full application with a cover letter in English at staff@coproductionoffice.eu (NB Applications without cover letter will not be considered). Please also indicate where you saw this post.


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Film Production Intern