Excellent opportunity for students to intern at a Braeside based Production Company. They will experience the day to day working of the company and will have access to industry mentors.
Quatius – Derived from the words “Quality Technology”,Quatius was founded as an integrated manufacturer of Audiovisual and Computer electronics products. The company has experienced steady growth of the years which has created a stable platform from which to expand the business into various other segments such as online broadcasting.
The Cinavision platform provides a quick and easy broadcasting solution, allowing content to be accessed from the world wide web to your Smart devices, PC and Mac via your browser and only through Cinavision.
You would be required to produce some video content for example: a short film, interviews, promotional video, etc. The theme of the video should be related to university campus life.
- Film and Screen studies students may produce a student experience video
- Journalism students could produce a interview series with staff and students
Submit a one page project idea for the video content. This can also be a group project (maximum of 3 students). Multiple projects maybe shortlisted and the students would have to complete the production.
The video will be uploaded on the company’s broadcasting channel and would be available online.
Students will receive credit for their work as part of Arts Internships ATS3129. The video will be considered as a significant part of the assessment for this unit.
1. The students should meet the eligibility criteria to enrol in ATS3129 Arts Internship unit (completed 96 CP and have a distinction average). Check with Arts Student services if you have room in your degree for this 12 CP unit.
2. Undergraduate students from the following Areas of Study are eligible and can count this internship against their major:
Duration: Students could complete this over Winter semester, Semester 2 or Summer A 2014.
Please submit an updated resume along with a cover letter outlining the project idea for the video content by Sunday, 27th April 2014 to email@example.com
For group submission all members should meet the eligibility criteria.
Shortlisted candidates shall be invited for an interview.
For queries contact : Mr Robin Chacko
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