Cinesite’s visual effects internship will run in conjunction with the technical effects internship. Both placements are six-week paid positions which will commence this summer. The technical effects strand is aimed at graduates who may have a background in computer programming or have studied computer graphics but have an interest in technical effects and programming. The visual effects internship is suited to artists with a background in computer animation or computer graphics who are interested in modelling, animation, compositing, digital matte painting and other visual effects positions.
“I’m always bowled over by the amount of submissions we receive for Inspire, and every year the quality of entries keeps getting better and better,” said Hunt. “I’m looking forward to seeing how creative the applicants will be, and unearthing a few genius programmers at the same time. Best of luck to everyone who applies.”
Previous Inspire winners have worked on Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, and are currently working on John Carter and World War Z. Since finishing their placements, all six winners have since secured positions at Cinesite.
Applications can be made at www.cinesite.com/internships, where application packs and further information can also be found. The deadline to submit entries is 13 April. @Cinesite on Twitter will carry updates on all Inspire developments.
Cinesite is one of the largest and most creative visual effects companies in Europe. Established in 1991 and headquartered in London with facilities in Los Angeles, their visual effects team has the capacity and creativity to produce all manner of digital effects for feature films and TV shows of all scales. Their award-winning team of highly talented visual effects artists take filmmakers' ideas and turn them into spectacular cinematic reality.
Cinesite is currently working on John Carter (Disney/Pixar) and World War Z (Paramount Pictures). They’ve recently completed work on Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (Disney/Bruckheimer), X-Men: First Class (Twentieth Century Fox) and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (Warner Bros).