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News: 05/01/2013

Internships, positions available for Wine Country Film Festival



Wine Country Film Festival (WCFF) is a celebration of world cinema with an emphasis on the arts, world cultures and the environment. During the five-day event, moviegoers, filmmakers, artists and environmentalists gather in intimate settings for stimulating conversation and cultural exchange. Dates are September 25-29.

Two unpaid summer internship positions are available for students who are attending college or are recent graduates. Students who are interested in film and event production are encouraged to apply. Interns must have a car and the deadline to apply is June 1.

WCFF is also recruiting candidates for a Development Director (commission plus travel expenses) and core team positions including Volunteer Coordinator, Venue Managers and Social Media IT.

For internships and core team contact the WCFF office at 935-3456 or email wcfilmfest@aol.com. Locals who can host filmmakers, artists and speakers during the five-day event, please contact Barry Gordon at barryg@me.com.



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