Have you ever dreamed of working on a project that aims to make a real difference?

Well, look no further…

Here is your chance to become part of a team on an epic journey, five years in the making.

Emmy and Golden Globe nominated producer Doug Claybourne, (The Fast and The Furious, The Mask of Zorro, Rumble Fish) and acclaimed Writer/Director/Producer Laura Napier are seeking diverse, socially conscious, and passionate INTERNS for immediate hire to work with the education/distribution team on their latest non-profit short film THE RAINBOW PRINCE.

THE RAINBOW PRINCE is a racial equity and inclusion fairytale for K-6 students.

Alongside a strategic film festival run, the project’s initial distribution method includes an educational rollout in key cities across the country to encourage kids to talk about their heroes, diversity, and race.

Interns will work with the producers to facilitate working relationships with school districts/superintendents in 6 major educational markets: New Orleans, Philadelphia, New York City, Tulsa, Bucks County, and Minneapolis.

Applicants must have great communication, empathy, people skills, and an interest in outreach.

Knowledge of educational outreach / educational film screenings is a plus.

Please note: Academic Credit is Available if arranged by student with their respective university.

Kindly send resume with “The Rainbow Prince – Intern Submission” in subject line to Doug Claybourne, Laura Napier, and Matt Sutton at rainbowprincefilm@gmail.com