Napoleon Creative offers film and animation internships to enable recent graduates to bridge the gap between student life and the working environment. Your internship will lasts for 2-3 weeks, giving you the opportunity to work on live client projects. We offer three internships, depending on your interests and current knowledge.

What key skills do you learn with film or animation internships?

You’ll get to know more about the production process from the coal face itself.  Many of our interns are surprised at how quickly decisions are made, and projects are turned around. After spending a whole term on an animation, they’re involved one that’s made in a week. 

You’ll also start to understand the client/creative relationship. How we speak to clients, and make sure we deliver a great project. You’ll also start building connections with working crew who can recommend you for jobs!

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What are the terms of the film or animation internships?

Your internships will be on a voluntary basis, but your travel expenses are covered. As an Interns you are free to work your own hours, which allows you to go for job interviews or do paid work. We simply ask that you let us know their movements.

Show your interest in an internship with us by emailing your CV to leon@napoleoncreative.com. Please let us know which internship you’re interested in and your estimated travel costs.

Production Internships

  • project research
  • scripting
  • sourcing suppliers
  • writing call sheets

Post-Production Internships

  • logging rushes
  • assembly editing on Adobe Premiere
  • sound design
  • preparing production paperwork

Animation Internships

  • photoshop work
  • storyboard design
  • mood board design
  • animation on After Effects
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