Amazing develops and produces content with passion. We make quality factual, specialist factual and current affairs programmes for all major UK broadcasters.
AP Foundation CIO and Amazing Productions are proud to announce a new diversity initiative providing paid film internships which will be initially open to young candidates from all disadvantaged and under-represented communities — irrespective of the colour of their skin.
A limited number of paid internships with Amazing Productions mainly based in Brixton a Criminal record not a deal breaker – but it will make it a little harder, experience will help, but what is most important:
· Charm – goes a very long way.
· Hungry – prepared to do the hours and more, not moan, and go the extra mile + whatever else it takes.
· Smart – street wise, but also prepared to look at things in a new ways.
· Engaged – ability to listen – but ideally with the confidence to say what you think
BAME (Black, Asian and minority ethnic) representation in the U.K. film industry is a major talking point, currently standing at just three percent of the sector according to the latest figures given by Creative Access.
Guy Ritchie recently said “Young black people from disadvantaged backgrounds are too often at the bottom of the ladder when it comes to career opportunities, especially those in creative industries often perceived as ‘closed’,”
If you feel that this opportunity is for you please contact AP Foundation: (0) 203 633 8395 or Amazing Productions: (0) 207 819 0500