Vittles Films produces character-driven documentaries told through the lens of food. Our projects examine contemporary social issues in the South and beyond, exploring how the food we grow and the way we eat it informs our identity, culture and community.
We support both food artistry and food equity. Our staff and contributors are seasoned journalists, innovative filmmakers, dexterous musicians and emerging food-system leaders. Together, we collaborate to create sustenance through storytelling.
What We're Looking For
Are you presently engaged in the craft of documentary film, photography or journalism? Do you have an interest in promoting food justice issues and developing audience engagement ideas? How about a deeply held conviction that there's an incredible bowl of soup and a story to match somewhere out there? If so, keep on reading.
What You Get
You'll gain experience in strategic marketing efforts; help to plan and execute events for a wide range of audiences; and assist in producing rich, thought-provoking content and commentary focused on contemporary issues surrounding food and the South.
The internship includes a competitive stipend and will last three months from hire date (Mid-March to sometime in May) with the expectation of contributing roughly 8 hours a week.
You will work with a collaborative team of filmmakers, journalists, marketing and food systems professionals to conceptualize and implement strategies for reaching out to and engaging a diverse community.
• Working with a team to plan and execute upcoming events to showcase Vittles' work and bring together audiences to communicate, collaborate and share.
• Meeting with staff; contributing thoughtful ideas about ways in which to engage audiences; helping to bring these ideas to life.
• Implementing content-heavy marketing strategies that will include social media and blogging. This means you should already be interested in staying abreast of what's happening within the documentary and food communities.
DEADLINE MARCH 13th
Please apply via our website:
Timing not right? That's cool, we'll be having a Watermelon-Shake-Weather Internship as well.