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The Wildest Dream
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If you have booked onto this years Kendal Mountain Festival Adventure Film Academy (AFA), held 21-25 July 2010, you also have another opportunity, a paid internship working as a member of a production team on adventure and documentary films
Details for this years AFA at: Kendal's Adventure Film Academy: Learn to film and edit this July
Work For Atlantic Productions
This year there's something new, with an outstanding opportunity for a budding filmmaker who shows the right aptitude and commitment during the course to gain a foothold in the exciting world of adventure filmmaking. Atlantic Productions - the company behind The Wildest Dream, an acclaimed film about George Mallory and his final, fateful climb on Everest - is offering an extended, paid internship working as a member of their production team on adventure and documentary films to a promising filmmaker from the AFA course.
Atlantic Productions is one of the world's leading factual production companies. They create quality programmes for audiences in over forty countries, undertaking both commissions and co-productions. Atlantic has recently produced programming for the BBC, Channel 4, Five, Discovery Channel, National Geographic Channel, History, PBS, A&E, Science Channel, Animal Planet, Discovery Health Channel, Investigation Discovery and Travel Channel as well as ABC Australia, ZDF, NDR, La7, France 5 and NRK.
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