IIACI
Janeann Dill, Ph.D., MFA, MA

Founder and CCO

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The artist is a creative intellectual,
not an inspired idiot. 
1956 Brown Report, Harvard University


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IIACI ACADEMIC INTERNSHIPS™,
IIACI INTERN'L BUSINESS INTERNS™,
 IIACI FINE ARTS™ 
IIACI INTERDISCIPLINARY ARTS
 
The Institute Academic Programs 
Cannes, Venice, and Toronto Film Festivals
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Dr. Dill and Danny Trejor at the Venice Film Festival: MACHETE.

 As he was walking across the lobby of the Excelsior Hotel, Venice, Trejor called out to 

Dr. Dill: "I love your students!"  

AND THEY LOVE YOU,DANNY TREJOR! 

IIACI ACADEMIC INTERNSHIPS™

 

"As a former IIACI intern, I can speak to the great opportunity that this internship provides. I gained a great deal of knowledge and confidence about my opportunities within the film industry, and I would very strongly encourage anyone who has an interest or passion about either the creative or business aspects of the film industry to look into this program. 

It is my personal opinion that the experience you get from this program cannot be found anywhere else."  --- Alan Lazer


[Alan Lazer was an undergraduate student of Dr. Dill's in Seminar In Creativity and Directed Independent Studies when he was selected to be an IIACI ACADEMIC INTERN™.  Alan is now in Graduate School at USC for his MFA in Screenwriting.]


More from Alan ...

"Just a few of the experiences I had during this internship included:

1) A screening of one of my films in the Short Film Corner at Cannes


2) A more intimate screening of one of my films during the IIACI Showcase at the end of the program, in front of up and coming film students from across the country, and various industry professionals.


3) Sit downs at round table interviews with Academy Award nominated directors Mike Leigh (Happy Go Lucky, Another Year) and Stephen Frears (High Fidelity, Dangerous Liasons), and panel interviews with Hollywood stars such as James Franco, Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams and others.


4) A wallet full (or more) of business cards and contact information from several peers who are looking to break into the film industry just like me.


5) Daily interaction with the industry professionals who oversee the program. The faculty ranged from big time producers of film such as The Ring, an Oscar nominated sound designer for Inglorious Basterds, to a leading figure in experimental and avant-garde cinema. I literally saw these people every day, and was able to have sit down conversations with them on a regular basis."
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Please note:  
IIACI International Film Festival Internship Program 
is on hiatus until further notice. 

If  you live in New England, IIACI continues to accept application for IIACI Internships in marketing, film production, animation, and 
social media in Boston office.
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TWENTY-ONE AWESOME 
ACADEMIC INTERNS™ LAUNCH IIACI AT
CANNES FILM FESTIVAL, MAY 19, 2010!


Tweet and follow!

http://twitter.com/IIACI_INTERNS

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Go to IIACI CHANNEL to see video documentaries by Lauren Adams of
IIACI ACADEMIC INTERNS™ at Cannes!
http://youtube.com/user/IIACI  
http://thinkiiaci.com
NOTE:
IF YOU WANT TO BE NOTIFIED OF ONGOING PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENTS, GO TO ENTER_IIACI AND SIGN IN. VERIFY TO COMPLETE SUBSCRIPTION.

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IIACI ACADEMIC INTERNSHIPS
Do you want to walk the red carpet at Cannes?
Want to intern with the best and brightest in Venice?

Are you an undergrad? A recent undergrad? Interested?

The Cannes Film Festival (May)
The Toronto Film Festival (September)
The American Pavilion (AMPAV), Institute for Interdisciplinary Art and Creative Intelligence (IIACI) and Dr. Janeann Dill are collaborators in a highly innovative festival program of IIACI Academic Internships for Cannes, Venice and Toronto film festivals! 
THINK  IIACI ! 
(pronounced ee-ah'-chee)
The American Pavilion is the only recognized student program sanctioned by the festivals for students. IIACI Academic Interns selected to attend participate in World-Wide Student Program at the American Pavilion.
 
2011 Class IIACI ACADEMIC INTERNS

Be ahead of the game when you get your application to
 IIACI October-November because quota WILL fill quickly!

This is a first-served program with a competitive selection process. The first round of applications and interviews are with IIACI. Students who are selected by IIACI to enter the second round of applications will then submit their application to AMPAV via an unpublished online link dedicated specifically to the Institute's programs. A second round of interviews will determine the final selection of interns to participate in the festival programs at Cannes, Venice, and Toronto. 

It behooves you to be amongst the first students to apply!
Will you graduate in May and can arrive in France May, 2011? Can you arrive in Toronto in September, 2011? 

NOTE:
IF YOU WANT TO BE NOTIFIED ABOUT APPLICATION DEADLINES AND IIACI ANNOUNCEMENTS IN THE FUTURE, GO TO ENTER_IIACI,
SIGN IN AND REMEMBER TO VERIFY YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS FOR THE IIACI EMAIL LIST.
[KEEP SCROLLING! MORE DETAILS FOLLOW.]

Opportunities are open for additional students to participate who are not presently enrolled in a university and recent graduates as well.

Apply directly to the Institute to participate in this program. 
The IIACI festival internship program can accommodate widely diverse networking sectors across the festival venues in film, interdisciplinary studies, the performing arts, costume design,theater, music, arts administration, music, writing, graphic design, event planning, engineering (gaming design and software development), integrated and interactive media, entertainment business, distribution, advertising, marketing and journalism in Cannes, France and Toronto, Canada. 

IIACI Interns earn Certificate credits upon successful completion of the Academic Sector of the AmPav Student Internships and will reap the accompanying academic benefits of being mentored on site by Dr. Dill while garnering practical work experience in an international market for the film industry. 

NOTE:
IF YOU WANT TO BE NOTIFIED OF ALL IIACI ANNOUNCEMENTS, 
GO TO ENTER_IIACI, SIGN IN AND VERIFY YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS WHEN THAT ARRIVES TO YOU TO BE ON EMAIL LIST!

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

NOTE: All applications for the IIACI Academic Internships™ 
are submitted directly to The Institute via email and to IIACI only.
IIACI Academic Internship™ is a fee-based study program situated
within a professional industry environment. Cannes festival program is designed for HONORS COLLEGE STUDENTS in higher education institutions! Can be taken as an Directed Independent Studies credits to earn 3.0 credits.
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To listen to and read about interns' experiences:
Must apply directly to IIACI.
Dr. Janeann Dill is a filmmaker, artist, scholar, and mentor to young filmmakers, artists, scholars and thinkers.  For more than twenty years, her work has been a productive investigation of the intersections of film, experimental animation, drawing, painting and critical discourse. Dr. Dill's work in the film industry is as an Animation Timing Director and she holds a Ph.D. in Media Philosophy (EGS, Swiss Institute-University), a M.F.A. in Experimental Animation (CalArts), a M.A. in Painting and Drawing (Vanderbilt University) and a Certificate of Live-Action Directing and Editing in New Media (UCLA Extension)

 The Institute for Interdisciplinary Art and Creative Intelligence is a virtual
Think Tank that advances the creative practice
 and study of the arts 
across the disciplines.