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Film Critic

Advertising, Arts, and Media
Department Mission
  • The mission involve selecting and using the best media possible to communicate the ad message to the ultimate consumers. It can also fail, as a wrong selection will result in the failure of the advertised product. Preparation of media plans for its clients. Media scheduling.
  • The role is to review films and offer your opinions on acting, writing , editing and film making, among other aspects. You need to provide readers with an analysis of the film and compare the plot and story line to similar films in the same genre.
  • Cooperating with outside agencies, art services, printers, etc.
  • Oversee film's visual style.
  • Ordering and testing equipment.
  • Oversee sound effects and music.
  • In order to write a critical analysis, film critics usually take notes, outline their ideas and make a clear argument that is for or against a film and is based on an analysis of formal film devices.
  • You should take into account, among other items, acting, dialog and direction when writing a critique.
  • Usually, film critics need insight into the film industry, working knowledge of film theory and terminology, and good communication skills and writing.
  • Bachelor's degree, preferred or required by Internship Publications.
  • Freelance experience, or blog experience, is a plus; occasionally required.

It's always a good idea to include the benefits of the job the company will provide such as:

  • Flexible hours to give you freedom and increase productivity
  • Life insurance for you and your family members
  • Work remotely in the comfort of your home
  • Free Gym membership so you can stay in shape
  • Fun and energetic weekly team bonding events
  • etc.

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