Intern - Content Creative Services Placement
- Entry (0-2 years) Experience
Post Production Services is responsible for the finishing and distribution of post-production materials in relation to Theatrical (35mm , 70mm and Digital Cinema), Home Entertainment and Television media across 43 territories in Europe, Middle East and Africa. The Content Creative Services Intern is responsible for UK theatrical operations for all Warner Bros. new releases and back catalogue, as well as other essential tasks with relation to global theatrical operations.
• The Content Creative Services Intern is responsible for UK theatrical operations for all Warner Bros. new releases and back catalogue, as well as other essential tasks with relation to global theatrical operations.
• You will be taught to use the Content Creative Services theatre, where you will learn how to operate various pieces of equipment, including the digital cinema projector and player. There will also be basic training on Video and Audio editing software.
• You will be handling sensitive and pre-release materials internally and will be trusted in taking materials to external facilities. This may involve monitoring the external handling of materials while they are not at Warner Bros. offices.
• Liaise with Content Creative Services vendors – this can be for dubbing, translating, subtitling , accessibility, and
other materials ' creation.
• Track release dates and give assistance with planning on key element dates including updating new versions in Tech Ops internal systems.
• Creating Purchase Orders in the Content Creative Services
• Arrange shipment of elements to Europe, Middle East and African territories as well as co-ordinating return of the elements.
• Troubleshoot any KDM (Key Delivery Message) issues with other global office teams as well as vendors and sometimes directly with cinema chains.
• Watermark and Rotoscope materials using Final Cut and/or DaVinci Resolve to make them ready for use by international partners and stakeholders.
• Deal with ad-hoc requests and analysis from the UK and US offices and prepare analysis and reports for European Technical Operations VPs and Directors.
• Complete projects you will need to liaise with company personnel in the UK and US, and throughout the territories by telephone and email.
What do we require from you:
• Working knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite and some experience of using databases.
• Have a keen interest in film and specifically film technology.
organised and disciplined with the ability to prioritise workload and use time effectively.
• S elf-motivated and capable of working with limited supervision.
• Able to communicate with people at all levels in a professional and mature manner.
• Analytical and pay close attention to detail! Accuracy is an essential attribute.
What WM can offer you:
• You will gain hands-on experience working on business-critical projects.
• You will have to opportunity to network and build relationships with professionals, executives, and other students passionate about their field.
• You will work with industry professionals to best position yourself for a full-time position upon graduation/completion of internship.
• You will be enrolled on our Early Careers learning & training programme, as well as having access to personal and professional development courses, executive speakers' series, special screenings and more.
• You will have the chance to give back to the community. You will be one of over 100 WM Early Careers employees, meaning you will have an important support network of other students, graduates and apprentices and plenty of opportunities to socialise!
Please submit your CV (no cover letter required) if you'd like to apply by Sunday 28th November 2021. Within 5 days of submitting your application, you will be invited to complete an application questionnaire via HireVue - you must complete this to be considered for the role.
Jobcode: Reference SBJ-r7k586-54-227-97-219-42 in your application.