Production Intern

Location: Redondo Beach, CA
DreamJob Description

Klein Creative Media is looking for student interns that are interested in gaining experience within the video production industry. Klein Creative Media is a local Redondo Beach production company that specializes in (but is not limited to) real estate, business, and drone videos. Interns would have the opportunity to gain production experience on the field during video shoots, as well as behind-the-scene experience with coordinating & editing.

This is an unpaid internship that can offer college credits for compensation. Interns are needed anywhere between 5-20 hours a week, depending on your availability. This position offers flexibility with hours and the opportunity to work both independently and as a team. Candidates residing in the local South Bay area will be given preference.


Responsibilities are based on the intern's skills and experience. Responsibilities may include updating the company's social media presence, video editing, operating a teleprompter, script supervising, creating newsletters, and being a general assistant on-set. Some office duties may be necessary, such as making coffee and running simple errands as well.


The only candidates that will be considered are students currently enrolled in coursework relating to film/video production, or students that will be starting such coursework. Candidates should also have a driver's license and reliable form of transportation.
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Klein Creative Media

Since her graduation from University of California at San Diego in 1987 with a BS degree in communications, Marci Klein has dedicated the first 20 years of her career to the reality TV genre. Now she is the owner of Klein Creative Media producing web, corporate, legal video and drone video. She is currently a member of the Directors Guild of America and the Producer's Guild of America.

She's produced, directed and written for some of the most recognizable programs in syndication, cable and Network Television, including Fox's "Celebrity Boxing" WB's "Elimidate Deluxe", “Dr. Phil", “The Swan", and “The Insider" to name a few.

One of Marci's talents is to tell stories. Interviewing non-professionals, she has a way of making the subject comfortable in front of the camera, which makes for a more gripping story.

Marci has had numerous nominations and has earned a Los Angeles Emmy award for her work with the Blind children's Center. Marci has also earned a Cable Ace award for work with the Los Angeles Fire Department. Her early work aired at the "Women in Film" and "Mill Valley" Film Festivals.

With over 20 years in the television field, Marci is now telling stories for real people. And like her broadcast stories, she uses experience to tell the best story possible with your existing media or shooting new footage.

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