Posted in Volunteer Other Film Gigs by Jonathan Schwartz on 03/10/2017 |

Interlock Media, Inc.

Schedule : Minimum of 25 hr/wk, full time (40 hr/wk) preferred
Compensation : Unpaid/Apprentice
Location : Convenient to public transportation and Kendall Square
Job Type : Volunteer; non-profit. 4-month commitment

Seeking a researcher for our feature length documentary: The Extraordinary Passage of the Great White Hunter. Beginning with scientific expeditions to Africa and Southeast Asia in the 1920s and 1930s, the film examines the key players in early international conservation efforts and explores the influence of politics and social policies that continue to influence the modern Climate Change movement.
As a researcher for Passage you will be instrumental in expanding our base of archival and historic film resources on some of the key players in the rise of the modern conservation movement. The position is part acquisitions producer, part high-level researcher using primary resources. We especially welcome individuals with a background/interest in international conservation, climate change, anthropology, history, zoology and race relations.
We require excellent communication skills, a pro-active attitude, and organizational acumen. Applicants should posses the ability to work independently, remain flexible and take initiative in a resource-limited environment. Degrees in Geography or Environmental Studies appreciated.
About Interlock Media, Inc.
Interlock Media, Inc. located outside Kendall Square, MA, is an activist film company that points to solutions for environmental, human rights and public health challenges. We support informed policy by producing entertaining documentary and dramatic media works.
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