The Experienced Researcher will participate in a groundbreaking project: the creation of the Media School for Historians, a training course designed to teach historians how to make a documentary film from its conception to post-production. She/he will work actively with Lopez-Li Films in order to get familiar with the company and its productions. She/he will equally enable the Marie Curie Initial Training Network PIMIC to implement ambitious schemes for the diffusion and transfer of its conclusions.
Required skills: Ph.D or at leat 4 years of research experience with specific studies related to audiovisual media, film, communication, cultural management and/or applied media sciences. Some educational background in History is a plus. Experience on documentary production will be appreciated.
Languages: English and Spanish (understanding only)
Closing date of applications: 30 September 2014
Duration of Fellowship
14 months – starting in November
Submitting an application
Applications including a CV (maximum two pages), a letter of interest, a scanned diploma (PhD or equivalent) and a sample of work must be sent in English to email@example.com
Laura Rodríguez (PIMIC Project Manager)