Race, Class and Privilege Within the Creative Industries
The Internship is a short film about race, class and privilege within the creative industries.
Aaron Christian
Film Director
United Kingdom
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The Internship follows Josh, a young design graduate working in a dead-end job, who has a chance meeting with his idol, a famous design magazine editor who offers him a rare and prestigious internship. However, he must convince a family to whom internships mean an extra financial burden, in an industry in which their culture has never really been well represented; that it’s a chance worth taking.

 

 

 

Aaron Christian
Film Director
United Kingdom
Former Video Director of Mr Porter.com, and founder of Individualism.co.uk and The Asi...
Former Video Director of Mr Porter.com, and founder of Individualism.co.uk and The Asi...
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