BlackStar Film Festival has internships available for 2 self-motivated students that are based in Washington, D.C. to work 10-15 hours/week between now and August 15. The internship is unpaid. However, candidates that excel may be afforded an all expense paid trip to Philadelphia to attend and work the festival. College credit as practicum can be arranged. Applicants should send their resume and a cover letter to email@example.com. The deadline is March 14, 2014. BlackStar Film Festival, quickly becoming the nation’s premier festival featuring independent works by filmmakers of African descent and films about the black experience around the world, will again take Philadelphia by storm for its third cycle this summer. From July 31 through August 3, BlackStar Film Festival compositions the often overlooked filmmakers as critical contributors to cinema by featuring works by black emerging, established, and mid-career directors, writers, and producers. This year’s BlackStar Film Festival will provide a cultural and educational platform by offering screenings, multimedia workshops, interactive panel discussions, networking receptions, an African diasporan global market and much more. Visit blackstarfest.org to learn more.