LA-based producer Nicky Weinstock '91 hosts a three-part forum on how you can put your creative talents to work in the rapidly changing film industry. This month, the invention (and re-invention) of Hollywood. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
Interested in learning more about the business of the entertainment industry (e.g. producing, financing, artist representation) and/or storytelling (e.g. producing, writing, directing, scoring) for film, television, media, and/or for a reflective, candid, real-time report-out on the industry (re: feature films, rom-coms, drama, short films, streaming)? Full-length feature film or 8 minute short or both of the above? Discuss new ways to create and distribute your story.
Want to connect with other students with shared interest in the arts - a creative community where critique...
Viacom (home to BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, and Paramount, among other brands) is excited to host students interested in learning more about summer internships! Come join Viacom’s Campus to Career team for an informative presentation to learn more about the kinds of internship opportunities we have available. Viacom internships offer endless ways to explore potential careers through an immersive, paid program that encourages you to bring your passions and insights to work every day. A few departments include: Ad Sales, Creative Development, Digital, Distribution & Business... Read more about Internships at Viacom (home to BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon & Paramount)
OCS (Office of Career Services), 54 Dunster St, Cambridge, MA 02138
The Harvard College Film Festival and the Office of Career Services invite you to meet Nicky Weinstock '91, Partner & Producer at Red Hour Films (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Alex Strangelove) and Jack Monderer '82, Business, Legal & Financial Operations at Sony and Fox (X-Men, Die Hard) to learn more about career pathways on both the business and creative production sides of TV & Film. Panelists will describe their career experiences & trajectories, illuminating their work on the business side of entertainment, such as producing, business and... Read more about The Business Side of Entertainment: Lunch & Conversation (Harvard College Film Festival)
Come meet in a small group with Chris Moore ’89 Producer of Good Will Hunting & Manchester by the Sea, and Co-Creator of HBO’s Project Greenlight to get your specific questions answered. Sign up for a 30 minute timeslot. This is an amazing chance to get customized advice if you are considering a career in TV or Film!...
Come meet Chris Moore '89, Producer of Good Will Hunting & Manchester by the Sea, and Co-Creator of HBO’s Project Greenlight to learn more about career pathways on both the business and creative sides of TV & Film. Chris will provide a 10,000-foot view of the story creation, promotion and technology industries that intersect to make up Hollywood. Explore current changes and learn about the re-ordering of the power players making up the entertainment universe. Leave with a better understanding of the different jobs, internships and lifestyles available working in TV & Film, so that... Read more about Landing a Job or Internship in Hollywood
Yo-Yo Ma, renowned cellist, and Deborah Borda, President of the New York Philharmonic, will engage in a wide-ranging conversation about art, music, and social justice. The panel discussion will be moderated by Harvard Business School Professors Rohit Deshpandé and Henry McGee. This event is free and open to the Harvard community. Partners and friends of Harvard/Allston are welcome.
Are you a senior looking for a job in Entertainment, Media, Creative and Performing Arts, Arts Management, Journalism, or Museums? Come and brainstorm with other seniors and advisers from the Office of Career Services (OCS) to discuss how to best connect with alumni working in your area of interest, find additional job search resources, and learn networking tips. PLEASE...Read more about Arts & Entertainment Job Search Meet-up for Seniors
Are you curious about careers in radio broadcasting, entertainment or music in general? Meet with OCS advisers to talk about opportunities, internships or post-graduate positions. After the discussion, take an optional tour of the radio station if you are not a member and meet other students interested in music.
University Lutheran Church, 66 Winthrop St, Cambridge, MA
Artists, writers and musicians have always needed to navigate the gig economy of freelance work and commissions. Learn from Julie Hennrikus (author and founder, Your Ladders) and other creative professionals who will share their personal experiences and strategies for building your platform. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.