Australians in Film, Village Roadshow and Animal Logic Team up for Fellowship

By April 22, 2014 Entries

Los Angeles, CA (April 13, 2014) ­ Australians in Film, a Los Angeles based non­profit organization that serves as the industry guild for Australian filmmakers and performers in the US, announced that applications are now open for the inaugural Village Roadshow Entertainment Group (VREG)/Animal Logic Entertainment Fellowship. The program enables Australians to visit Los Angeles to learn aspects of feature film development, acquisitions, packaging and production.

Applications are open now and will be available until May 31st
at: http://www.australiansinfilm.org/entertainmentfellowship

The chosen candidates will be announced in late July 2014.

The VREG/Animal Logic Entertainment Fellowship is dedicated to fostering educational development and training in the film industry. The internship is open to undergraduate and recent graduate students.

Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to the film business, with a clear strategic plan for how their proposed internship would support long­term career goals.

The internship includes professional development opportunities, such as practical paid work experience at both Village Roadshow Pictures’ and Animal Logic’s offices in Los Angeles, as well as networking with Australians in Film Board members, industry members and ambassadors.

“The partnership is a natural step given Village Roadshow’s international presence and Animal Logic’s growing influence in Hollywood,” explained Australians in Film President Tracey Vieira. “We are thrilled to be working with both of them.”

For additional information please visit: http://www.australiansinfilm.org