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Mar282014

Taliesin Nexus - Liberty-Oriented Non-Profit Offers Free Workshop and Paid Internships in Hollywood

Accepting Applications Now

Hollywood, CA—Educational non-profit Taliesin Nexus is now offering two spectacular (and free) career opportunities to liberty-loving filmmakers. Score a free weekend—along with free travel, room and board—at UCLA learning the craft with seasoned professionals. Or land a three-month paid internship at a leading Hollywood production company.

“The Filmmakers Workshop is our flagship event, a three-day conference on the UCLA campus that connects talented young liberty-loving filmmakers with Hollywood industry veterans,” said Patrick Reasonover, co-founder of Taliesin Nexus. “Not only is the workshop free, but we also provide travel expenses and free room and board. If you are passionate about liberty and film, you must apply for this workshop.”

If you prefer a longer sojourn in L.A., apply for the Hollywood Internship Program. “A handful of lucky qualified applicants will be placed in paid three-month internships at leading production companies, working for movers and shakers in the industry,” said Andrew Leigh, co-founder of Taliesin Nexus. “It’s a great opportunity for young filmmakers to network with and learn from Hollywood professionals.”

The 2014 workshop will take place August 15-17, while the internships are spread throughout the year, beginning in the summer. The early-bird application deadline is May 1st, so apply soon.

For more information about application deadlines and requirements, interested participants can visit the Taliesin Nexus website.

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Taliesin Nexus is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization that encourages potent storytelling exploring themes of liberty by serving as a nexus between up-and-coming filmmakers and experienced industry professionals who share a passion for a free society.

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